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Vol. 40, No. 2 



1995 



Contents 

Fisheries Review News 

Order Form . 

Example Citation ... 

AQUATIC PLANTS AND THEIR CONTROL 

CULTURE AND PROPAGATION 

General Fish Culture 

Trout and Salmon Culture . 

Warmwaler Culture 

Manculture . ... 

Feeds, Feeding, and Nutrition 

Transporting Fish , . . . 

Aquariums . , . . . , , 

Miscellaneous Culture Techniques and Equipment 

LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY 

General ..... . 

Chemical . ... 

Benthos ... . . . 

Plankton ... 

MORPHOLOGY, PHYSIOLOGY, GENETICS AND BEHAVIOR 

Morphology 

Physiology . . . . . . 

Genetics, Variation Studies and Hybridization 
Behavior 

NATURAL HISTORY 

Life History General Works . . . , . 

Population Studies, Production, Recruitment, etc 

Spawning Habits and Movements, Fecundity, etc . . 
Movements, Seasonal and Depth Distribution, etc. . 

Foods/Feeding . . 

Age and Growth 

Geographical Distribution, Fish Surveys, etc. , . . 
Abundance, Factors of, Survival and Mortality . , 
Identification, Keys, Classification 

PARASITES AND DISEASES 

Gencr.it ... 

Bacterial 

Fungal 

Proto/oan 

Viral 

Other ... 

POLLUTION AND TOXICOLOGY 

Pollution 

Toxicology; Bioassayi , 

RESEARCH AND MANAGMENT 



General 

Administration and Planning ... . 
Reports Of Fishery Stations, Stales, etc 
Habitat Alterations 



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Hnrvesl, Creel Census, elc , . 123 

Regulations . , . , 125 

Fish Control and Removal , 125 

Marking and Tagging . ,125 

Slocking and Introductions . . 126 

Fishing Gear and Techniques 1 28 

Fertilization Of Soil and Water . 129 

Fishways, Fish Passage Through Dams, etc , . 1 29 

Mathemniics, Statistical Methods, and Modeling , , 130 

Lake Management and Research , 132 

River and Stream Management and Research 137 

Farm Pond and Small Impoundment Management and Research 142 

Large Impoundment Management and Research 143 

Estuary Management and Research . 144 

Marine Management and Research , , 146 

Utilization of Fishery Products , 159 

Misc Techniques and Equipment , 162 

Reviews, Bibliographies, etc 165 

Watershed Management . 165 

Waler Use and Conservation , 165 

Miscellaneous 165 

AUTHOR INDEX (Blue) . 1 73 

GEOGRAPHIC INDEX (While) 235 

SUBJECTINDEX(Blue) . . 251 

SYSTEMATIC INDEX (White) , . 333 

SYMPOSIA INDEXED , . . 167 

BOOKS RECEIVED , , 1 70 

BOOK REVIEWS 

Wetland Planting Guide for the Northeastern United States Plants for Wetland Creation, 

Reiteration, and Enhancement, by Gwendolyn A Thunhorst . , 250 

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Fishes Volume 1 Phylogenetic and Biochemical 

Perspectives, edited by P W Hochachka andT P Mommsen , , 332 

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Fishes Volume 2 Molecular Biology Frontiers, 

edited by P W Hochachka andT P Mommsen . 448 

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lii this issut' wt- ,iri' including an example citation as printed in Fisheries Review with a brief description at each 
nf i|| C cilation. We hope these descriptions will clarify questions about citation format while also 
Kcvmw easier to use. 



Mfi-OI 2345 Smyth, Kenn C. and Randall Cooper. (FIRST SIGHTING OF KING 
lilDER IN ANDERS BAY.] Can. /. Birds 25(4):23-29. 1995. In French with English 
summ. FR 250 ^ / \ 

^^^f d 

[Cooper: 1408 Quebec Ave., Jonquiere, PQ, Canada T3R 2W2. 

234. e-mail:randall.cooper@wldep.qbun1 edu.ca] 
Somaterfa spectabilis in Canada. 



"Cilatlo n number. First two numerals indicate year that citation was indexed 

b Aulhor<s). If names used are for editors or compilers then tins will be indicated following name (eg, Smyth, 

Kenn C. and Randall Cooper, editors.) 

c Arilcle title. Brackets around title indicate that the body of the article is m a language other than English. 

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printed In a language other than English. 

'FISHERIES REVIEW Issue number. 

^Author address Address given is for first author unless indicated, as above Telephone numbers and e-mail 

addresses are included when provided in the article. When possible, addresses are abbreviated using standard 

obbre-vlaliom provided by the International Serials Data System in the List of Serial ntie Word Abbreviations. 

h Species names and geographtc location of study. When relevant scientific names and study sites are not included 

In the title these are ncluded with ihe citation, 



F R40(2) 'v 1995 



FISHERIES REVIEW 



AQUATIC PLANTS AND THEIR CONTROL 

95-002 1 68 Anderson, Mark C INTERACTIONS BETWEtN LYTHRUM SAl ICARtA AND NATIVE ORGANISMS' 
A CRITICAL REVIEW Environ Manage 19(2)225-231 1995. FR 10(2) 
[Dep Plant Biol,Umv N.H, Durham 03824] 

95002169 Engel, Sandy EURASIAN WATERMILFOIL AS A FISHERY MANAGEMENT TOOL Fisheries 
(Bethesda) 20(3):20-27 1995 FR 40(2) 

(Fish Res Seel, Dep, Nat Resour, 8X70 Cty Hwy J, Woodruff, Wl 54568] 

95002170 Fortes, Miguel D A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF ARTIFICIAL SEAGRASS SYSTEMS IN THE 
ASEAN REGION, Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement 37 
November 199J, Long Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3)1334-1335 1954. 
Abstract only FR 40(2) 

|Mar Sci lnst,Coll Sci,, Umv Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City 1 101, Philippines] 

95-002171 Goutayer, Juan J; Fernando Tena, Enrique Ro|0 and Christina Ramon PERSPECTIVES AND 
OBJECTIVES OF THE ARTIFICIAL REEFS IN THE SPANISH MEDITERRANEAN SEA AND ITS RELAI1ON WITH 
THE PROTECTION AND IMPROVEMENT OF THE ARTISANAL FISHERIES Proceedings of the Fifth International 
Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA William I 
Richards, editor Bull. Mar Sci. 55(2-3)-1336 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 
(Tecnol. Ambiental, S.A. Pez Austral, 9, Madnd-28007, Spain) 

95 002172 Guillen, Juan E,, Alfonso A. Romos; Luis Martinez and Jose L Sanchez Lizaso. ANTITRAWLING 
REEFS AND THE PROTECTION OF POSIDONtA OCEANICA (L) DEULE MEADOWS IN THE WESTERN 
MEDITERRANEAN SEA- DEMAND AND AIMS. Proceedings ol the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic 
Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 1 99 1, Long Beach, California, USA William ] Richards, editor. Bull Mar Sci 
55(2-3):645-650. 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Insl. Ecol. Literal, 03560 El Campello, Spam] 

95-0021 73 Klvial, Erik. UNDER THE SPREADING WAFER-CHESTNUT News From Hudsonia JN VJ 9(1) 1-6. 
1993. FR 40(2) 

[Hudsonia Ltd,, Bard Coll. Field Stn , Annandale, NY 12504| 

95-002174 Langeland, K. A. THE EVOLUTION OF AQUATIC PLANT MANAGEMENT PHILOSOPHY. Lake 
Reservoir Manage 9(2)90.1994 Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[Univ. Fla , IFAS-Agron,, Cent. Aqual. Plants, 7922 N W 71st St, Gainesville 32606. tel 904-392-9614] 

GENERAL FISH CULTURE 

95-0021 75 Andrews, C. and L. Kaufman. CAPTIVE BREEDING PROGRAMMES AND THEIR ROLE IN FISH 
CONSERVATION In Creative Conservation Interactive Management ofWiid and Captive Animals Based on the 
Sixth World Conference on Breeding Endangered Species, 4 6 May J 992, lersey, Channel Islands. P I S Olney, C. 
M. Mace and A C T. Teistner, editors p, 338-351. 1994. FR 40(2) 

[IUCN Freshwater Fish Specialist Group, Nail. Aquarium, Pier 3, 501 E Pratt St., Baltimore, MD 21 202] 

95-002176 Beveridge, Malcolm C M.; Lindsay C. Ross and Liam A. Kelly AQUACULTURE AND 
BIODIVERSITY. Amtoo 23(8)-497-502. 1994. FR 40{2) 
[Inst. Aquacult,, Univ. Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland] 

95-002177 Boyd, Claude E.; Margaret E Tanner; Mahmoud Madkour and Kiyoshi Masuda, CHEMICAL 
CHARACTERISTICS OF BOTTOM SOILS FROM FRESHWATER AND BRACKISHWATER AQUACULTURE 
PONDS./. World Aqu&cult Soc 25(4):51 7-534. 1994 FR 40(2) 
[Dep. Fish. & Allied Aquacult., Auburn Univ., Auburn, AL 36830) 

95-002178 Carreon Lagoc, J., editor. ALTERNATIVE DEVELOPMENT Aqua Farm News 12{2}:24p. 1994 
FR 40(2) 

(Aquacult. Dep., SfcAFDEC, P.O. Box 256, lloilo City 5000, Philippines] 

95-002179 Castanos, M., editor. HATCHERY SYSTEMS Aqua Farm News 12(4):1-23 1994 FR 40(2) 

[SEAFDEC, Aquacull,, Dep., P.O. Box 256, lloilo City 5000, Philippines] Chanos chanos and taies ca/cafer 
In the Philippines. 

95-002180 Epes, Daniel Pierce SEDIMENT OXYGEN DEMAND: INSITU MEASUREMENTS IN INTENSIVE 
AQUACULTURE PONDS. M.S (nesfs, Miss. State Univ. 123p. 1994. From Masters Abslr. Int 33{1)-219. 1995 
Order No. MA1 357747. FR 40(2) 

95-002181 Landau, M. AQUACULTURE IN TURN OF-THE-CENTURY JAPAN, Am Zoo/. 34(5).95A. 1994, 
Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[Richard Stockton Coll., Pomona, NJ 08241] 

FR40(2) 1 1995 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

GENERAL FISH CULTURE (Continued) 

950021B2 Le Call, Jean Yves, Thierry Cuigue; Jean-Louis Lamidon; Berirand Mauvisseau and Bertrand 
Wendlmg (AERATION AND OXYCENATION IN CONTINENTALANDMARINE AQUACULTURE: PRINCIPLES, 
METHODS, AND MATERIALS.] Equinoxe No 52 p 16-24 1994 In French. FR 40(2) 
[Lab. biol halieutique, ENSA, Rennes, France) 

95-0021 83 Llao, Q. F.; P Q. Zou and J. L. Wu (THE APPLICATION OF SOMATOCRININ IN BREEDING FISH.) 
COA fCounc. Agnc ) Fish Ser No. 44. p. 48-55. 1 994 In Chinese. FR 40(2} 

95-002184 Lin, )unda. AQUACULTURE IN CHINA Worfd Aquacuit, 2S(4}:39 40. 1994 FR 40(2) 
(Dep. Biot Sci,fla Inst Technol,, Melbourne 32901] 

95 002185 ParkhurslJamesA AN OVERVIEW OF AVIAN PREDATION AND MANAGEMENTTECHNIQUES 
AT FISH-REARING FACILITIES Proceedings Sixteenth Vertebrate Pest Conference, Santa Clara, California, February 
23, March 1-3, 1994-Proc Vertebr Pest Conf No 16.p 235-242 1994. FR 40(2) 
[Dep. Fish & Wtldl Sci, VPl&SU, Blacksburg, VA 24061-3021] 

95-0021 86 Pena, Francisco. AQUACULTURE IN COLOMBIA A NOVEL, SUSTAINABLE, AND PROFITABLE 
BUSINESS. World Aquacult 2S(3)'60-66 1994 FR 40(2) 

(Dir. Res,, Purina Colombia, S A , Km 1 8, Carretera Occidenle, Mosquera, Colombia] Tilapia 

95-0021 87 Stoskopt, Michael K WHAT YOU SHOULD HAVE IN YOUR FISH MEDICINE PHARMACY JV. 
Am Vel Conf Vet. Proc Vol 9. p, 554-555. 1995 FR40{2) 

(N C. State Univ , Coll Vet. Med , 4700 Hillsborough St , Raleigh 27606] 

95-002188 van Houtte, Annitk THE LEGAL REGIME OF AQUACULTURE. FAO Aquacult Newsl. No. 7 
p. 10-15. 1994 FR40{2) 

95-0021 89 Vasquez Garcia, Alvaro (PUBLICATIONS ON FISH CULTURE IN "GACETAS DE LITERATURA Dl 
MEXICO' (1784-1794) A REVIEW 1 Vet. Mex. 25(4)384. 1994 Spanish abstract only FR40(2) 
Chirostoma fiumbo/dtianum, Angui/fa rostrata, and Afgansea in Mexico. 

95002190 Yoo, Kyung H and Claude E Boyd HYDROLOGY AND WATER SUPPLY FOR PONC 
AQUACULTURE Chapman & Hall 483p 1994. Available at $82 50 (cloth) from Chapman & Hall, One Pen i 
Plaza (41st Floor), New York, NY 101 19 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Agnc Eng, Auburn Univ, Auburn, AL 36849] 

95-002191 Zhao,N X,W.X Liang, H, P. Cai and Y. J Liao. JTHE PRESENT AND FUTURE STATE OF FISr 
SPERM PRESERVATION IN LOW TEMPERATURE AND CRYOPRESERVATION-] COA fCounc Agile) Fish Se, 
No 44. p. 94-117. 1994 In Chinese FR 40(2) 

TROUT AND SALMON CULTURE 

95-002192 Bosakowski, Thomas and Eric ). Wagner. EXPERIMENTAL USE OF COBBLE SUBSTRATES LI 
CONCRETE RACEWAYS FOR IMPROVING FIN CONDITION OF CUTTHROAT (ONCORHYNCHUS ClARK 
AND RAINBOW TROUT (O MYK/5S) Aquacu/ture 130(2/3)-159-165, 1995. FR 40(2) 
[Wagner Beak Environ Consult , 1 2931 NE 1 26lh PL, Kirkland, WA 96034-771 5] 

95-002193 Cline, Ken A COMMERCIAL PERSPECTIVE Wild Trout and Wanted Trout,- Balancing the Seal 
Proceedings of a Workshop hefd at the Stouffer Concourse Hotel, Denver, Colorado, May 1 9 and 20 ] 994 Wa vt 
A. Hubert editor p 114-116. 1994 FR40J2) 

iClme Trout Farms, 5555 Valmont Rd,, Boulder, CO 80301 tel, 303-442-281 7, fax:303-443-2484) 

95-002194 Knsijansson, B A.; Th Hardarson, S Skulason and T. Svelnsson. EFFECTS ON GROWTH C 
ARCTIC CHARR OF HANDLING, ANAESTHESIA AND REPEATED FORMALIN BATHING SHORTLY AFT! 
FIRST EXOGENOUS FEEDING / fish Bio/ 46(1) 163-165. 1995, FR 40(2) 

(Hardarson Dep Physiol,, Univ Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland] Sa/ve/inus arcticus. 



,,., Seok -' oon g Ka n 8; ByeongDae Choi; Yeung-Joon Choi and Mai Gu YOIJI 

(UTILIZATION OF ASCIDIAN (HAIOCYWTHM ROREJ2I) TUNIC 2 OPTIMUM LEVEL OF CAROTENO 
EXTRACTS FROM ASCIDIAN TUNIC FOR THE PIGMENTATION OF RAINBOW TROUT ONCORHYNCHi 
MYKISS 1 BufJ Korean Fish Soc 37(3) 240-246 1994 In Korean wtih English summ, FR 40(2) 

[Dep Food Sci. & Technol , Natl Fish. Univ. Pusan, Pusan 608-737, Korea| 



JJtJ u^. JU u^., iMii.gnu, jcuK-juung r>diig, nyeong-uae Lnoi, Yeune- oon Chn and MaUP.ii Vnn 

IUTILIZATION OF ASCIDIAN (HALOCVNTHMRORETZO TUNIC, i EFFECT "OF ASCIDIAN "TUNIC EXTRAT 

ON PIGMENTATION AND GROWTH OF RAINBOW TROUT (ONCORHYNCMUS MYKfSS) lT/ YnrLn S 
Soc. 27{3) 232-239 1994. In Korean with English summ. FR 40(2) U * mNL " U:> Mm ^ ' Bu "' Korea " * 
[Dep FoodSci & Technol, Natl Fish, Univ, Pusan, Pusan 608-737, Korea) 



FR40|2) 2 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

TROUT AND SALMON CULTURE (Continued) 

95002197 Liao, P H; A T Vizcarra and K V Lo COMPOSTING Of SALMON FARM MORTALITIES 
Bioresour Techno/, 47(1) 67-71 1994 FR 40(2) 

| Dep BioResour Eng,Umv British Columbia, 2357 Main Mall, Vancouver, BC, Canada] Oncorbync/ius. 

95-002198 Siglioll, Trygve, Magne Slaurnes; Hans J. Jakobsen and Torbjorn Asgard EFFECTS OF 
CONTINUOUS LIGHT AND SHORT-DAY PHOTOPERIOD ON SMOLTING, SEAWATER SURVIVAL AND 
GROWTH IN ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO SALAR) Aquaculture 130(4)-373-380 1995 FR 40(2) 

[SINTEF Appl, Chem., Aquacult Res, Group, N-7034 Trondheim, Norway tel -1-47-73-596390, 
fax.+47-73-596363, e-mail trygve,sieholt@kjemi 

95-002199 Slater, Caleb H.; Carl B. Schreck and Donald F Amend GnRHa INJECTION 
ACCELERATES FINAL MATURATION AND OVULATION/SPERMIATION OF SOCKEYE 
SALMON (ONCORHYNCHUS NERKA) IN BOTH FRESH AND SALT WATER. Aquacul- 
turel 30(2/3) 279-265. 1 995. FR 40(2) 

|Coop Fishery Res Unit, Dep Fish, & Wlldl., 104 Nash Hall, Oreg State Umv,Corvallis 97331-3803) 

95-002200 Yao, Shan-Jing, Telsuya Ummo and Heisuke Nakagawa EFFECT OF FEEDING FREQUENCY ON 
LIPID ACCUMULATION IN AYU. Fish Set 6Q{6):667-671 1994. FR 40(2) 

jFac Appl, Biol, Sci., Hiroshima Univ., Higashi-hlroshima, Hiroshima 7?4, Japan] Ptecoglossus atlivehs 

WARMWATER CULTURE 

95002201 Alarn,M ];M A B. Habib and M. Begum. EFFECTS OF WATER AND BOTTOM SOIL PROPERTIES 
ON THE GROWTH AND ABUNDANCE OF BENTHIC FAUNA IN NURSERY PONDS. Malays Appl. Biol 
20(2):181-190. 1991 FR 40(2) 

[Fish Res Inst,, Mymensingh 2201, Bangladesh] 

95 002202 Axelrod, Herbert R IF CAN CAN, YOU CAN, TOO. PART 2 Trap Fish Hobbyist 43(8) 228-241 . 
1995 FR40(2) 

Pdecilia reticulata and Sympnysodon aequifasdatus 

95-002203 Axelrod, Herbert R. IF CAN CAN, YOU CAN, TOO PART 1 . Trap, fish Hobbyist 43(7):21 2-222. 
1995. FR 40(2) 

Symphysodon discus. 

95 002204 Cordova Medina, Senen. (COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE HISTO PATHOLOGY OF THE TILAPIA 
(ORCOCHROM/5 SP.) IN ANIMALS IN CONFINEMENT (TANKS AND AQUARIUMS).] Vet Mex 25(3):293, 
1994 Spanish abstract only. FR 40(2) 

95 002205 Desprez, D , C Melard and J C. Phillppart PRODUCTION OF A HIGH PERCENTAGE OF MALE 
OFFSPRING WITH 1 7 a-ETHYNYLESTRADIOL SEX-REVERSED OfifOCHROM/S AUREUS II COMPARATIVE 
REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY OF FEMALES AND F2 PSEUDOFEMALES AND LARGE-SCALE PRODUCTION OF 
MALE PROGENY, Aqiiaculturc 130(1 ):35-41. 1995. FR40(2) 

|Melard' Univ Liege, Lab Fish Demogr. & Aquacull,, 10 chemm Justice, B 4500 Tihange, Belgium] 

95-002206 Donati, Francesco and Sandro Clocchialti. (INTENSIVE EEL CULTURE. AN 
ECONOMIC-FINANCIAL VALUATION OF CULTURE ACTIVITY IN EASTERN VENETIA-] Agncoltura Venezie 
1035-51 1994 In Italian with English and German summ. FR 40(2) 

(Clocchiattn 1st. Econ. Organ. Aziendale-Univ. Studi Udme, Udine, Italy] Anguilla anguilla. 

95-002207 Dow,G.S IN MEMORY OF FRED COCHU. Trap Fish Hobbyist 43(%) 172-175. 1995 FR 40(2) 

95-002208 Emata, A C., C L. Marte and L. Ma B. Garcia, MANAGEMENT OF M1LKFISH BROODSTOCK 
SEAFDEC Aquacult Ext Man No 20. 22p, 1992. FR 40(2) 

[SEAFDEC Aquacult. Dep. Tigbauan, 5021 lloilo, Philippines] C/ianos chanos 

95-002209 Fenner, Robert. THE CONSCIENTIOUS MARINE AQUARIST WITH NOTES ON CLEANER 
WRASSES Trap Fish Hobby/st43(8)'50-60. 1995. FR 40(2) 
Labroides dimidtatus and data for eight other species, 

95 002210 Gelin, Kurt. PRODUCTION OF EEL BY INTENSIVE CULTURE IN EUROPE. Report of i/ie J994 
Session of the EIFAC/ICES Working Croup on Eel, Owec/o, Spam, 26 September-! October 1994 ElMCfEur. (nJand 
fish. Adws Commj Occas Pap No. 30. p. 6, 1 7. 1 994. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[Scandinavian Silver Eel, Box 902, S-251 09 Helsingborg, Sweden, tel:46 42 142433; fax:46 42 143176] 
Anguilla angui//a. 

95-00221 1 Cuo, J. Q. [CRYOPRESERVATION OF SPERM OF &INEPHELUS MALABARICUS.} COA (Counc, 
Agric)Fish Ser. No 44. p. 118-126, 1994. In Chinese. FR 40(2) 

FR40(2) 3 1995 



FISHERIES REVIEW 
WARMWATER CULTURE (Continued) 

95-0022 1 2 Gusliano, Rudhy PROSPECT OF COMMON CARP (CYPRINUS CARPIO I.) CULTURE IN RURAL 
AREAS, Jndones Agric Res & Dev I 16(2)24-28 1994 FR40(2) 
jRes Inst Freshwater Fish, Sukamandi, West Java, Indonesia! 

95 002213 Haylor, Graham SEEDS OF SUCCESS IN WEST BANGLADESH fish Farmer fnt Fiie 9(1) 12-13 
1995 FR40(2) 

Qarbocies gamonotus, Clanas balracbus, and C gariepmus 

9S-Q02214 Holmgren, Kerstm INFLUENCE OF WATER TEMPERATURE AND GROWTH HIERARCHY 
POSITION ON SEX OF EXPERIMENTALLY REARfcD EELS Report of the 1 994 iession oilhe EIFAC/ICES Working 
Croup on Eei, Ovredo, Spain, 26 September-! Oaober, 1994 EIF/\C(Eur Jri/andrisrt Advis Comm)Occas Pap 
No. 30 p, 7, 17 1994 FR 40(2) 

llniil Freslnvaler Res,, 5-178 93 Drollnmgholm, Sweden tel 46 86200438, fax 46 8759 0338| AnguMa 
angui/ra 

95002215 Huang,P P,G Y Zhou,Z Y Wang.S M Wuand) L Wu [THEApPLICATIONOFBIOLOGICAL 
TECHNIQUES ON HSH BREEDING GROWTH HORMONE AND GENE,) COA (Count: A&lc) Fish Ser No 
44. p 6880 1994 In Chinese FR 40(2) 

Tiiapia finossamfi/ca, Misgurnus angui/foraud'atus, and PCecogfossus a/ttvcfts, 

95-002216 Himer, ]ay V OPPORTUNITIES FOR ORNAMENTAL FISH AQUACULTURE NOTES FROM 
AQUACULTURF EXPO 1092 Farm Pond Harvest 26(2) 12-14 1992 FR40(2) 

95-002217 Kempt, M,, M Merceron and A, Dosdal [INTENSIVE MARINE FISH CULTURE ANC 
ENVIRONMENT | fqumoxe No 50 p 1012 1994 In French FR 4fl(^) 
Scophtfialrnus maximus in France, 

95002218 Klein Breteler, ]an STOCKINGS OF PRE-WINTER AND POST-WINTER CLASS EELS AND Ol 
ELVERi, FROM AQUACULTURE GROWTH AND SURVIVAL IN MESOCOSMS. Report ot l/io 1 994 Sewon o 
the BFAC//CE5 Working Croup on Eef, Owedo, Spain, 26 September I October 1994 f/MC fEur Inland ftth 
Advis CommJOccas Pap No 30,p 5,16 1994 Abstract only, FR 40(2} 

[OVB, Postbus 433, 3430 AK Nieuwegem, Netherlands tel 31 03402 5841 1; fax 31 03402 39B74) AngtiM, 



95002219 Logan, Samuel H, Warren E Johnston and Serge I Doroshov, ECONOMICS OF JOIN 
PRODUCTION OF STURGEON (ACIPfNSER 7RANSMON7AHUS RICHARDSON) AND ROE FOR CAVIAfi 
Aquacu/ture 13014) 299-316 1995 FR 40(2) 
(Dep Agric Econ,Univ Calif,, Davis 95616] 

95-002220 Lopmot,AI CRAPPIE IN FARM PONDS Farm Pond Harvest 26(3)-20 21 1992. FR 40(2) 
Pomotis annu/ans and P mgromacu/atus. 

95-002221 Lopmoi, Al SMALL MOUTH BASS IN FARM PONDS Farm Pond Harvest 27(3) 16 22 193' 
FR40(2) 

Mjcropterus t/o/omieu 

95-002222 Lopmot,AI WALLEYE IN FARM PONDS farm Pond Hmvest 26(2) 15 !D92. TR 40{2) 
Stizostediort vitreum 

95-002223 Masser, Michael and Sergio Duarle, THE ALABAMA PIEDMONT CATFISH CAGE TARMISJi 
INDUSTRY World Aquacutt 25(4)2629 1994. FR 40(2) 

(Coop Ext Serv, Auburn Univ , Auburn, AL 36849-56^8] fcl<i/urus puncWllis 

95-002224 Melard, C PRODUCTION OF A HIGH PERCENTAGE OF MALE OFFSPRING WITH 1 
a-ETHYNYLFSTRADIOL SEX-REVERSED ORBOCHROMIS AUREUS I ESTROGEN SEX-REVOiSAL AN 
PRODUCTION OF F2 PSEUDOFEMALESMquao/fture 130(11 25-34 1995 FR 40(2) KtVLKML AN 

[Univ, Liege, Lab Fish Demogr & Aquacult , 10 chemm Justice, B-4500 Tihangc, Belgium] 

199T 2 FR 2 40(2T imS ' S ' eVen PADDLEF(SH AN A QUACULTURAL SPECIES? rarm Pone* Harvest 25(2).16-2 
Polyodon spalhu/a 

w^Pf? Actfac " l ( f ' CenI '"Vebt,Ensenanza&Ext Canadena Trop (CIEEGUFac Med Vet fiZootcrnla Ur 
Natl Autonoma Mexico, Apdo Postal 1 36, 93600, Martinez de la Lo, V^cL Mewo) 0tCCtlia ' U " 



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95-002227 Nakagawa, Heisuke, Tetsuya Umino, Michifumi Mori, Kenji Sakae and Sholaro Ohya NATURE 
OF ADIPOSE TISSUE OF AYU ASSOCIATED WITH WATER VELOCITY fish Sa 61(1)87-90 1995 FR40(2) 
[Fac Appl Biol, Sci , Hiroshima Univ , Higashi Hiroshima 724, Japan] Pfecog/ossus altivelis 

95-002228 Qm, jianguang, Sharook P Madon and David A, Culver EFFECT OF LARVAL WALLEYE 
(ST/ZOSTED/ON VITRLUM) AND FERTILIZATION ON THE PLANKTON COMMUNITY' IMPLICATIONS FOR 
LARVAL FISH CULTURE. Aquaculture 1 30(1 J-51 65 1 995. FR 40(2) 
[Insl. Mar. Biol , Univ Hawaii, P O. Box 1 346, Kaneohe 96744] 

9S-002229 Qulllere, I ; L Roux; D. Mane, Y Roux; F. Gosse and J, F Morot-Caudry, AN ARTIFICIAL 
PRODUCTIVE ECOSYSTEM BASED ON A FISH/BACTERIA/PLANT ASSOCIATION. 2 PERFORMANCE. Agnc 
Ecosyst & Environ 53(1)19-30. 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Lab Metabolisms, INRA, Rt St-Cyr, 78026 Versailles Cedex, France] Ti/ap/a 

95-002230 Renard, Philippe, Carlos Augusto Strussmann; He Ling and Fumio Takashima EVALUATION OF 
EXTENDERS FOR PEJERREY ODONTF.STHES BONARIENSIS SPERM Fish. Sci 60(6)661-666 1994 FR40(2) 
(GRAF, CECOS Quest, 1 bis, rue Cochardiere, 35000 Rennes, France] 

95002231 Rothbard, Shmuel and Giora W. Wohlfarth METHODS FOR IMPROVEMENT OF JAPANESE 
ORNAMENTAL (KOI) CARP. Trap Fish Hobbyist 43(7):224-242. 1995 FR 40(2} 
Cypnnus csrpio. 

95-002232 Rowland, Stuarl J ; Geoff L. Allan; Matthew Hollls and Trevor Pontifex PRODUCTION OF THE 
AUSTRALIAN FRESHWATER SILVER PERCH, BIDYANUS BtDYANUS (MITCHELL), AT TWO DENSITIES IN 
EARTHEN PONDS. AquaoJ/ture 130(4)-317-328. 1995. FR40(2) 

(New South Wales Fish , East. Freshwater Fish Res Hatchery, Grafton, N,S W. 2460, Australia] 

95 002233 Sarvala, Jouko. UTILIZATION OF EUTROPH1CATION FOR FISH PRODUCTION. Strategies for 
Lake Ecosystems Beyond 2000 Selected Papers from (he International ILEC Conference, Stresa '93. R de Bernard!, 
R Pagnotta, and A Pugnetti, editors Mem. 1st Ital Idrobiol Vol 52, p 171-190 1993 FR 40(2) 
[Dep. Biol., Univ Turku, FIN-20500 Turku, Finland] 

95-002234 Shi Weillang, Xia Dechang, Dong Shuanglln; Wang Lizhu and Liu Xmghe (RELATIONS OF 
ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS TO GROWTH AND YIELD OF SILVER CARP AND BIG HtAD CARP IN 
DAHUOFANG AND CHAIHE RESERVOIRS, LIAONING PROVINCE] Oceano/ itmnol Sinica 25(1)77-86. 
1994 In Chinese with English summ FR 40(2) 

[Dalian Fish Coll , Dalian 1 1 6023, China] Hypophthalmtchthys molitrtx and H nobilis in China. 

95-002235 Singh, S. B FISH CULTURE IN LAND-LOCKED LAO PDR. FAO Aquacult. News/ No. 7. p. 16-10 
1 994. FR 40(2) 

(LAO/89/003, c/o FAO Rep., P.O. Box 1640, Vientiane, Laos) 

95-002236 Taylor, Edward C THE MAN WHO WOULD BE SYNODONTIS KING Trap Fish Hobbyist 
43(8).84-105. 1995 FR 40(2} 
5. ocelltfer and 5, eupterus 

95-002237 Verigin, B V ; A. P. Makeeva; N. V. Belova and N. G Emeljanova. [EXPERIENCE OF INDUSTRIAL 
USE OF PREPARATION "NERESTIN-1" FOR ARTIFICIAL BREEDING OF GRASS-EATING FISHES IN 
UZBEKISTAN ] In. Biologically Active Substances and Factors in Aquaculture Collected Papers. A I Glubokov 
and L A Dushktna, editors p. 1 00-1 06, 205. 1 993. In Russian with English summ. FR 40(2) 
Hypophthalmtchthys moHtnx. 

95 002238 Waynne, Forrest. CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR OF WATERSHED FISI 1 PONDS IN KENTUCKY 
Farm Pond Harvest 27(3):13-15, 31. 1993. FR 40(2) 
(Ky. State Univ., Frankfort 40601] 

95-002239 Yang, Huazhu; Yingxue Fang, Zhiyun Liu and Xlaoyan Du COMPARISON OF ENERGY 
EFFICIENCY AND ECONOMIC BENEFIT BETWEEN TWO MODELS OF INTEGRATED FISH FARMING, World 
Aquacalt 25(4):41-50. 1994. FR40(2) 

Megalobrama amblycephala, Cyprlnus carpio, and Ctenop/iaryngodon tdella. 

95-002240 Zhang, Zhan EFFECT OF CHANNEL CATFISH BROODSTOCK FEEDS AND AGE ON EGG 
DIAMETER, EGG WEIGHT, AND FRY GROWTH AND SURVIVAL M.S. thesis, Miss State Univ 50p 1 994. From 
MastersAbstr.ini. 33(1}:119. 1995 OrderNo MA1357801. FR40(2) 
/cta/urus punctaius. 

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MARICULTURC __ 

95-0022-11 Bugrov, Leonid Yu , William B Murav'ev and Oleg M, Lapshm ALTERNATIVE USING OF- 
PETROLEUM-GAS STRUCTURES IN THE CASPIAN AND BUCK SEAS FOR FISH-FARMING AND FISHING- 
REAL EXPERIENCE AND RIGS CONVERSION PROSPECTS Proceedings ol the Fifth International Conference on 
Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3 7 November 199 1 tong Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bui! 
Mar.Sci 55(2-3)1331-1332 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 

[Slate Res Insl Lake & River, Fish (CosNIORCH), Makarova emb 26, Leningrad 199053, Russia] 

95 002242 Cai, H. Z. [THE EFFECT OF RECOMBINANT GROWTH HORMONE (rCH) ON FISH GROWTH.) 
COAfCounc AgiklFish Ser No. 44. p 5667 1994 In Chinese, FR 40(2) 
Mugi/ cephalus 

95-002243 Castanos, M , edilor, FARMING THE SEA, Aqua Farm News 1 2(1) 28p. 1994 FR 40(2) 
[Aquacull Dep, SEAFDEC, PO Box 256, llotlo City 5000, Philippines] 

95-002244 Chamberlain, George W. and ) Steven Hopkins REDUCING WATER USE AND FEED COST IN 
INTENSIVE PONDS World Aquacult 25(3}.29-32 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Aquacull , Ralstor Purina Int , Checkerboard Sq -1 IT, St Louis, MO 631 64] 

95-002245 Chiba, Hiroaki, Kenji Iwalsuki; Kazuo Hayami; Akihiko Hara and Koher Yamauchi CHANGES IN 
SERUM STEROID HORMONES AND VITELLOGENIN LEVELS IN CULTURED FEMALE EUROPEAN EELS 
ANGUtLLA ANGUILLA DURING ARTIFICIALLY INDUCED OVARIAN DEVELOPMENT. / World Aquacult Soc 
25(4):553-560 1994. FR 40(2} 

(School Fish. Sci, Kitasato Univ, Sanriku, Iwate 022 01, Japan] 

95-002246 Csavas, Imre, COASTAL AQUACULTURE IN THAILAND. MO Aquacult Newsl No, 7 p 2-5 
1994 FR4Q(2) 

|Reg Off Asia & Pac (RAPA), Maliw^n Mansion, Phra Atit Rd., Bangkok 10200, Thailand] Chanos chanos, 
tales cstcanfer, Mugil, and Eptnephelus 

95 002247 Eflhfmiou, Stefan, Pascal Divanach and Harald Rosenthal, GROWTH, FOOD CONVERSION AND 
AGONISTIC BEHAVIOUR IN COMMON DENTEX (DENJEX DENTEX) JUVENILES FED ON PELLETED MOIST 
AND DRY DIETS Aqual Living Resour 7(4) 267-275 1994. In English with French summ FR 40(2) 
[Insl. Meereskunde, Univ. Kiel, Duesternbrooker Weg 20, D-24105 Kiel, Germany] 

95 002248 Gatesoupe, Francois-Joel LACTIC ACID BACERIA INCREASE THE RESISTANCE OF TURBOT 
LARVAE, 5COPHTHALML/5 MAXtMUS, AGAINST PATHOGENIC VIBRIO Aquat Living Resour 7(4):277-2fi2. 
1994 In English with French summ FR 40(2) 

[Unite Mixte Nulr. Poissons, INRA-IFREMER, IFREMER, CenI Brest, BP 70, 29280 Plouzane, France] 

95002249 Griffin, Wade L and Sayra G. Thacker. COMBINED INDOOR/OUTDOOR RED DRUM 
AQUACULTURE: A STOCHASTIC SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS / Appl Aquacult 4(3) 1-22. 1994. FR40(2) 

(Dep. Agric Econ , Tex A&M Univ., College Station 77843-21 24] Snaenops ocellatus. 

95002250 Isaksson, Ami OCEAN RANCHING STRATEGIES, WITH A SPECIAL FOCUS ON PRIVATE 
SALMON RANCHING IN ICELAND. Workshop on the Postsmolt Biology of Satmonids in Ranching Systems, 
November JO- i 2, 1992, Umea, Sweden Jorleif Eriksson and Torborn Isrvi, editors Nord I Freshwater Res No. 
69. p. 17-31, 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Insl Freshwater Fish , Vagnhofoi 7, 1 1 2 Reykjavik, Iceland] Oncor/iynchui gorfauscha, O Jceta, O nerka, O 
bj O tshawyic/ia, and Sa/mo safar. 



95-002251 Johannsson,Vigfus, Johannes SiurlaugssonandSumarlidiOskarsson EFFECTOFSMOLTSIZEAND 
TIME OF RELEASE ON RECAPTURE OF ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO SALAR) IN SEA RANCHING, 
SOUTHWEST ICELAND Workshop on the Postsmolt Biology of Salmonids in Ranching System:,, November W- 12, 

1992, Umea, Sweden Jorleif Eriksson and Jorbom larvi, editors Nord I Freshwater Res No, 69, p 102 1994. 

Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[Kollafjordur Exp Fish Farm & Inst. Freshwater Fish , Reykjavik, Iceland) 

95002252 Jonasson, Jonas SELECTION EXPERIMENTS IN SALMON RANCHING, GENETIC AND 
PHENOTYPIC FAMILY CORRELATION BETWEEN FRESHWATER AND SEAWATER GROWTH RATE AND 
POSTSMOLT SURVIVAL OF THREE YEAR-CLASSES OF SALMON RETURNING AS GRILSE. Workshop on the 
PostsmoJt Biology of Saimomds in Ranching Systems, November 10-12, }992, Umea, Sweden Torlett Eriksson and 
Jorbom fatvt, editors Nord I Freihwater Res No. 69 p, 98 1994 Absiractonly FR40{2) 
jlnsl Freshwater Fish , Reykjavik, Iceland) 5a/mo sa/ar in Iceland 

95-002253 Li, R L , Y. Y. Ding and Q. M. Guo. [THE TECHNIQUE DEVELOPMENTOF SNAKEHEAD FISH FRY 
PRODUCTION 1 COA (Counc. Agnc)Fish Ser No. 44 p, 23-28. 1994 In Chinese FR 40(2) 

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MARICULTURE (Continued) 

95-002254 Semenenko, L I and E, M Fitmgov [CONTROL OF THE EMBRYONIC AND LARVAL 
DEVELOPMENT OF MULLET OBTAINED BY THE METHOD OF HORMONAL STIMULATION OF PARENTS ] 
In Biologically Active Substances and Factors in Aquaculture Collected Papers A I Glubokov and L A Dushkina, 
editors p, 178-190, 207 1993 In Russian with English summ FR 40(2) 
Mugil cephatus 

95-002255 Skilbrei, Ove T., Knut E. Jorstad; Marianne Holm, Eva Fnrestveit, Andrea Grimnes and Leiv Aardal 
A NEW RELEASE SYSTEM FOR COASTAL RANCHING OF ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO SALAR) AND 
BEHAVIOURAL PATTERNS OF RELEASED SMOLTS Workshop on the Postsmolt Biology of Salmontds in 
Ranching Systems, November 10*12, 1992, Umea, Sweden Torleif Eriksson and Totborn /arvi, editors Word/ 
Freshwater Res No. 69 p 84-94. 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Dep Aquacult,, Insl. Mir Res , P O Box 1 070, N-S024 Bergen Nordnes, Norway] 

95-002256 Skog, Kjetil; Kenl Olav Mikkelsen and Asmund Bjordal. [OVERWINTERING OF GOLDSINNY 
(CTENOLABRUS RUPESTRtS) IN SUBMERGED WRASSE POTS | Hsken Havel No 5 [5p ] 1994. In Norwegian 
with English summ. FR 40(2) 

95002257 Sorgeloos, Patrick STATE OF THE ART IN MARINE FISH LARVICULTURE World Aquacult 
25(3)34-37. 1994. FR 40(2} 

[Artemia Reference Cent , State Univ , Rozier 44, Ghent B-9000, Belgium) 

95-002258 Thomas, David R and William B. Davis. USE OF RECIRCULATING SURFACE WATER AND 
BIOLOGICAL FILTRATION FOR AQUACULTURE Lake Reservoir Manage 9(2), 118 1994. Abstract only 
FR 40(2) 

(USDA, Soil Conserv Serv, 701 N Mam Si, Suite 323, Hattiesburg, MS 39401-3497 lel:601-5444511] 

95-002259 Webster, Carl D , William A. Wurts; James H Tidwell; Laura S. Goodgame, Julia A. Clark and Daniel 
H Yancey, EFFECTS OF STOCKING DENSITY ON GROWTH OF JUVENILE CHANNEL CATFISH 
OVERWINTERED IN PONDSJ Appl Aquacult 4(3).79 87 1994. FR 40(2) 
[Aquacult. Res. Cent,, Ky. Slate Univ., Frankfort 40601 1 Iclalurus punctatus 

9S-002260 Yao, Zuxu and Laurence W Cnm SPAWNING OF OCEAN POUT (MACROZOARCES 
AMERICANUS L ): EVIDENCE IN FAVOUR OF INTERNAL FERTILIZATION OF EGGS. Aquacullufe 
130(4)361-372.1995 FR 40(2) 

[Crim: Ocean Scl Cent. & Dep. Biol,, Memorial Univ,, St. John's, NF, Canada A1C 5S7] 

FEEDS, FEEDING, AND NUTRITION 

93-002261 Arzel, Jacqueline, Robert Metailler; Christophe Kerleguer; Herve Le Delliou and Jean Guillaume 
THE PROTEIN REQUIREMENT OF BROWN TROUT (SALMO JRUTTA) FRY. Aquaculture 1 30(1 ).67-78 1 995. 
FR 40(2) 

[Guillaume: IFREMER, Unite Mixte INRA-IFREMER, Cent. Brest, B.P, 70, 29280 Plouzanp, France] 

95 002262 Bautista, M N.; I. G Borlongan; M. R. Catacutan, R M. Coloso; P. S. Euseblo; N V Golez, O M 
Millamena; G G Minoso, V. D. Penaflonda; P F Subosa and N. S. Sumagaysay. FEEDS AND FEEDING OF 
MILKFISH, NILE TILAPIA, ASIAN SEA BASS, AND TIGER SHRIMP SBAFDEC Aquacult Ext Man No. 21 97p. 
1994. FR 40(2) 

[Southeast Asian Fish Dev. Cent. (SEAFDEC), Tigbauan, 5021 lloilo, Philippines] Oianos chanos, Ti/apia 
nilotica, and /.ales calcanfer, 

95-002263 Berlslein, James CARNITINE SUPPLEMENTED DIETS FOR RAINBOW TROUT, M S thesis, Univ 
Wash 1992. FR 40(2) 
Oncorhynchus mykiss. 

95-002264 Bernal Morales, Laura. [HISTOPATHOLOGIC EVALUATION OF SIDE EFFECTS OF THREE 
NATURAL PIGMENTS ON THE INTESTINAL MUCOSA OF GOLDFISH (CARASSIUS AURA7US),] Vet Me* 
25(4) > 38B. 1994 Spanish abstract only. FR 40(2) 

95-002265 Brown, Paul B. THE DIGESTIBILITY OF HIGH PROTEIN AND HIGH ENERGY FEEDSTUfFS BY 
YEARLING CHANNEL CATFISH. MS thesis, Univ. Tenn 53p 19B3. FR 40(2) 
/cfa/urus punctatus 

95-002266 Debeljak, Ljubica; Zdenek Adamek; Kresimir Fasaic and Jiri Jirasek NATURAL FOOD OF CARP 
FRY UNDER CONDITIONS OF INTENSIVE FERTILIZING, tchthyos No 12. p 35-44. 1993. In English with 
Serbo Croatian summ, FR 40(2) 

[Fac. Agnc., Zagreb, Croatia] Cypnnus cafpio, 

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FEEDS, FEEDING, AND NUTRITION (Continued) 

95002267 Diana James S; C Kwei Lin and Kitjar Jaiyen SUPPLEMENTAL FEEDING OF TILAPlA IN 
FERTILIZED PONDS. I, World Aquacult Soc 25{4)'497-506 1994 FR 40(2) 

(School Na( Resour & Environ , Univ. Mich , Ann Arbor 481 09-1 1 1 5] Jilapia mlotica 

95-002268 Fowler, L C ADDITIONAL TESTSWITHFEATHERMEALAS ACOMPONENTOFFALLCHINOOK 
SALMON DIETS US Fish Wttdl Serv Abernathy Salmon Cult Techno/ Cent Tec/mo/ Transfer Ser No 93-1. 
21p. 1993. FR40(2) 

[Rangen, Inc , P O. Box 706, Buhl, ID 83316-070&] Oncorhynchus tshawytscha 

95 002269 Garcia Elvira, Juan Antonio [UTILIZATION OF EXTRACT OF BETABEL OR BEET (BETA VULGARIS) 
TO PIGMENT MUSCLE IN TILAPlA (OREOCHROMJ5 SP ) ) Vet Mex 25(3).294, 1 994. Spanish abstract only. 
FR 40U) 

95-002270 Comes, Emtdio F , Paulo Rema and Sadasivam). Kaushik REPLACEMENTOF FISH MEAL BY PLANT 
PROTFINS IN THE DIET OF RAINBOW TROUT (ONCORHVNCHUS MYK/SS)- DIGESTIBILITY AND GROWTH 
PERFORMANCE Aquacu/Iure 130{2/3):177-186 1995 FR 40(2) 
|lnst Cienc Biomed,, Umv, Porto, 4000 Porto, Porlugall 

95-002271 Hegedis, A, B Mickovic, M Nikcevic and R, K Andjus. FEEDING-INDUCED METABOLIC 
CHANCES IN JUVENILE EELS CULTURED IN A WARM-WATER RECIRCULATION SYSTEM. Report of the 1 994 
Session of the EIFAC/ICES Working Croup on Eel, Oviedo, Spain, 26 September-! October 1994 ElFACfEur InSant 
Advis CommJOccai Pap No. 10 p. 7, 17. 1994. Abslract only FR 40(2) 



95-002272 Hernandez Mendoza, Fidel Alejandro. |USE OF SYNTHETIC AND NATURAL PIGMENTS ir 
ORNAMENTAL AND FOOD FISHES A REVIEW.] Vet Mex 25(3). 294 1994. Spanish abstract only, FR 40(2) 

95 002273 Heulett, Steven T, Stephen C. Weeks and Gary K Meffe. LIPID DYNAMICS AND GROWTI 
RELATIVE TO RESOURCE LEVEL IN JUVENILE EASTERN MOSQUITOFISH (GAMBUSIA HOLBROOK 
POECILIIDAE) Copeia 1995(1) 97-104. 1995 FR40(2) 

[Meffe: Univ Ga , Savannah River Ecol Lab., Drawer E, Men, SC 29802] 

95-0022X4 Kerdchuen, Nanlhawat and Marc Legendre. LARVAL REARING OF AN AFRICAN CATFISI- 
HETEROBRANCHU5 LONGIHUS, (TELEOSTEI, CLARIIDAE): A COMPARISON BETWEEN NATURAL AMI 
ARTIFICIAL DIET. Aquat. living Resoor 7(4) 247-253 1 994. In English wilh French summ. FR 40(2) 

iLegendre: ORSTOM/GAMET, Croupe Aquaculi Continentale Mediterraneenne & Trop , BP 5095, 34G3 
Montpellier Cedex 1, France) 

95-002275 Kikuchi, Kotaro, Takeshi Furuta and Haruo Honda UTILIZATION OF FEATHER MEAL AS 
PROTEIN SOURCE IN THE DIET OF JUVENILE JAPANESE FLOUNDER Fish, Sd 60{2):203-206, 1994 FR 4O( 
[AbikoRes Lab., Cent Res. Inst Electric Power lnd.,Abiko, Chiba 270-11, Japan] Paratichihys otivaceus t 

95-002276 Li, Meng H ; Stephen A. Raverty and Edwin H Robinson EFFECTS OF DIETARY MYCOTOXir-- 
PRODUCED BY THE MOLD FUSARIUM MONIUFORME ON CHANNEL CATFISH ICTALURUS PUNCTATtJ 
). World Aquacu/t Soc 25(4)'512-516 1994. FR 40(2) 

|Robinson Delta Res & Ext. Cent, Miss. Stale Univ, P.O. Box 197, Sioneville 38776] 

95 002277 Lumlerldacha, Sonkphan; Richard T. Lovell, Richard A. Shelby; Stephen D. Lenz and Barbara ^ 
Kemppainen GROWTH, HEMATOLOGY, AND HISTOPATHOLOGY OF CHANNEL CATFISH, ICTALURl 
PUNCTA7US, FED TOXINS FROM FUSARIUM MONIWORML Aquaoi/ture 1 30U/3)-201-21 8. 1 995. FR 4O| 
(Lovell Dep. Fish & Allied Aquacult,, Auburn Univ., Auburn, AL 368491 

95-002278 Mustafa, Md. Ghulam, Shigeru Wakamatsu; Taka-aki Takeda; Tetsuva Umlno and Hcisu 
Nafcagawa EFFECTS OF ALGAE MEAL AS FEED ADDITIVE ON GROWTH, FEED EFFICIENCY, AND GOI 
COMPOSITION IN RED SEA BREAM Fish Sd 61(1),25-28. 1995. FR 40(2) 

(Fac Appl. Biol Sd , Hiroshima Univ., Hlgashi hiroshima, Hiroshima 724, Japan] Pagrus major 

95-002279 Naess, Tore; Marcia Germain-Henry and Kjell E Naas. FIRST FEEDING OF ATLANTIC HALIH 
(HiPPOGLOSSUS HIPPOGLOSSUS) USING DIFFERENT COMBINATIONS OF ARTEMIA AND Wl 
ZOOPUNKTON Aquacuflure130(2/3):235-250. 1995 FR40(2) 

[Inst. Mar Res,, Austevoll Aquacult. Res. Stn., N-5392 Storebo, Norway] 

95-002280 Patia, Bidhan C. ROLE OF DIFFERENT DIETARY PROTEIN LEVELS ON THE CROW 
PERFORMANCE, FEED CONVERSION EFFICIENCY AND METABOLISM OF THE INDIAN CLIMBING PER* 
AWABASTESTUO/NEUStBLOCH) Phtllpp ) So. 123(1).41-50, 1994. FR 40(2) 
(Post Grad Dep Zool , Darjeelmg Gov. Coll., West Bengal, India) 

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FEEDS, FEEDING, AND NUTRITION (Continued) 

95-002281 Robama, L, M S Izquierdo, F J Moyano, ) Socorro; ) M Vergara, D Montero and H. 
Fernandez-Palacios SOYBEAN AND LUPIN SEED MEALS AS PROTEIN SOURCES IN DIETS FOR GlLTHEAD 
SEABREAM (SPARUS AURATA) NUTRITIONAL AND HISTOLOGtCAL IMPLICATIONS Aquaculture 
130(2/3)219-233,1995 FR40(2) 

(Izquierdo: Oep Biol,, Umv Las Patmas de G C , Campus Univ Tafira 3501 7, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 
Canary Islands, Spain] 

95 002282 Rosenblum, P.; H Home, G Garwood; T Brandt and B Villarreai DELAYED OVARIAN 
DEVELOPMENT AND REDUCED FECUNDITY IN LARGEMOUTH BASS RAISED ON PELLETED FEED Am Zoo/ 
34(5), 21A 1994 Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[Southwest Tex, State Univ,, San Marcos 78G66] Microplems sa/moides 

95-002283 Shute,J. R, and John Tullock FISH FOOD BASICS Trap fish Hobbyist 43(6)32-36 1995 FR40(2) 

95 002284 Smith, I P ; N B Metcalfe and F. A. Huntmgford THE EFFECTS OF FOOD PELLET DIMENSIONS 
ON FEEDING RESPONSES BY ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO SALAR L ) IN A MARINE NET PEN Aquaculture 
130{2/3),167-175 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Scottish Off Agrlc & Fish. Dep , Mar. Lab., P O Uox 101, Victoria Rd., Aberdeen AB9 8DB, Scotland] 

95-002285 Stephan, G; J Guillaume and F. Lamour LIPID PCROXIDATION IN TURBOT (SCOPHTHALMUS 
MAXIMUS) TISSUE: EFFECT OF DIETARY VITAMIN E AND DIETARY n 6 OR n 3 POLYUN SATURATED FATTY 
ACIDS. Aquacu/ture 1 30(2/3)-251-268 1995. FR 40(2) 

jGuillaume: Unite Mixte IFREMER/INRA, IFREMER Cenl Brest, B P 70, 29280 Plouzane, France! 

95 002286 Sumer, Suzana. [NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL NUTRITION FOR GRAYLING FRY (T THYMALLLtt 
L, 1 758).] Ichtbyos No. 1 2. p. 56, 1 993. Slovac and English abstracts only TR 40(2) 
[Zavod nbislvo, 61000 Ljubljana, Zupanciceva, Slovenia] 

95 002287 Takeuchi,Toshio; Jusadi Dedi; Chika Ebisawa; Takeshi WatanabejTadahlsaSeikai, Kazuumi Hosoya 
and Jun-ichi Nakozoe, THE EFFECT OF p-CAROTENE AND VITAMIN A ENRICHED AKTEMIA NAUPUI ON THE 
MALFORMATION AND COLOR ABNORMALITY OF LARVAL JAPANESE FLOUNDER, Fish. Sa 61 (1}:141-148. 
1 995. FR 40(2) 

|Dep. Aquat. Biosci., Tokyo Univ. Fish., Konan, Minato, Tokyo 108, Japan) Paralichtbys olivaceus. 

95-002288 Tanaka, Hideki; Hirohiko Kagawa, Hiromi Ohla; Koichi Okinawa and Keijl Hirose. THE FIRST 
REPORT OF EEL LARVAE INGESTING ROTIFERS. Fish. Scl 61(1);171-172. 1995 FR 40(2) 
(Natl. Res Inst, Aquacult., Nansei, Mie 516-01, Japan! Angui/Ja /aponi'ca 

95 002289 Ukawa, Masaharu; Kenji Takii; Motoji Nakamura; Masaharu Akutsu, Hidemf Kumai and Masahiko 
Takeda. EFFECT OF IRON SUPPLEMENTS ON A SOY PROTEIN CONCENTRATE DIET ON HEMATOLOGY OF 
YELLOWTAIL. Fish Sd 60(2):165-169 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Tech. Res. Cent,, Marubeni Shiryo Co., Ltd., Ono, Hyogo 675-1 3, Japan) Ser/o/a cjuinqueradiata. 

95-002290 Wong Perezurita, Carlos Fernando. [USE OF A COMPOUND BASED ON YUCCA SHID1CERA 
EXTRACT TO REDUCE ENVIRONMENTAL AMMONIA AND TO INCREASE GROWTH IN TILAPIAS 
(OREOCHROM/S SP.).] Vet Mex. 25{4):38B 1 994. Spanish abstract only. FR 40(2) 

95-002291 Yokoyama, Masahlto; Miho Udagawa and )un-ichi Nakazoe. INFLUENCE OF DIETARY PROTEIN 
LEVELS ON HAPATIC CYSTEINE D1OXYGENASE ACTIVITY IN RAINBOW TROUT. Fish Sa. 60(2)'229-233. 
1 994. FR 40(2) 

[Natl, Res. Inst Fish. Sci, Mmlst. Agric., For., & Fish., Fukuura, Kanazawa, Yokohama 236, Japan] 
Oficorhynchus mykiss. 

TRANSPORTING FISH 

95-002292 Howarth, W. and D. McGillivray. REGULATING FISH MOVEMENTS IN THE SINGLE EUROPEAN 
MARKET: THE SCOPE FOR MORE RESTRICTIVE MEASURES UNDER NATIONAL LAW. Fish Manage Scot. 
1(3):193-203. 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Cripps Harries Hall/SAUR (UK) Ltd., Eliot Coll,, The Univ., Canterbury, Kent CT2 7NS, England] 

AQUARIUMS 

95-002293 Allen, Bob. IRIXTHERINA WERNER/, A RIDDLE FOR FISH BREEDERS, Trap. Fish Hobbyist 
43(6):72-76.1 995. FR 40(2) 

95 002294 Allen, Bob. MY TANGANYIKAN LUCKY CHARM, LAMPROLOGUS LEIEUPI, Trap Fish Hobbyist 
43(7)'8-20. 1995. FR 40(2) 

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FISHERIES REVIEW 

AQUARIUMS (Continued) 

95-002295 Elder, Nicholas ] SPAWNING BETTA SPLENDBNS, AN ALL-TIML FAVORITE Trap Fish Hobbyist 
43(5)'99-108 1995 PR 40(2) 

95 002296 Fenner, Robert. TH E JUMBO DAMSELFISHES ADVICE FOR THE CONSCIENTIOUS AQUARIST, 
Tmp fish Hobby/si 43(5).32-40 1995 FR 40(2) 

DascyJfus aruanus, D inmacu/aius, D me/anurus, Hypsypops rurjiaindus, Microspathodon dorsa/is, Chromis, 
Abudeirluf, Ghrysipiera, andPomacenlrus 

95-002297 Fenner, Robert, MORAY EELS OF THE FAMILY MURAENIDAE Trop, Fish Hobbyist 43(7) 64-74 
1995 FR40(2) 

95-002298 Fenner, Robert THE REGAL ANGELFISH, PYGOF1/TES DIACANTHUS TIPS FOR TH 
CONSCIENTIOUS AQUARIST Trop FishHobbyist 43(6)-3fl-50 1995. FR 40(2) 

95 002299 Fmley, Lee NOTE ON GLYPJOPERICHTHYSJOSEUMAIANUS, AN EASTERN BRAZIL LORlCARIil 
CATFISH Trap nshHobbyisl 43(7)204-210, 1995 FR 40(2) 

95-002300 Hunziker, Ray SIMPLY GORGEOUS- AN EASY GUPPY AQUARIUM Trop Fish Hobbyi 
43(8168-70 1 995. FR 40(2) 
PoeciJia /eticuJata 

95 002301 Krechmer, Michael CURRENT EVENTS WITH THE ELECTRIC CATFISH Trop Fish Hobby 
43(6)150-155.1995 FR4Q{2) 

Mateplerurus eleciticus and M microsloma. 

95002302 Lamberl, Derek BACK TO GUPPIES. Trop Fish Hobbyist 43(7) 195-197, 1995 FR 40(2) 
Poecitia retiajlaia 

95-002303 Lambert, Derek. THE NEGLECTED MOSQUITOFISHES frop Fish Trop Fish Hobby 
43(6)214220 1995 FR40(2) 

Camfafjjia marsru, C ftrum/io/zi, G o/igosdcia, G affims, G holbrooki, G me/ap/eura, C wrayi, and 



95-002304 Leibel, Wayne S, EXPERIMENTING WITH SPAWNING "RELEASERS." Trop Fish Hobh 
43(5)90-96 1995 FR 40(2) 

95 002305 Leibel, Wayne S. MEET THE CICHLIDS OF SOUTH AMERICA. Trop Fish Hobbyist 43(8). 1 4O-1 
1995. FR 40(2) 

95-002306 Linke, Horst. PELVfCACHROMIS HUMIL/S' A LIBERIAN JEWEL Trop Fish Hobby/si 43(6)' 1 1 0-l 
1995 FR40(2) 

95-002307 Loiselle.PaulV THE CICHLID AQUARIUM TetraWer/te Or rer nat Ulnch Baensch Gmhtl 2t 
1985 FR40(2) 

95-002308 Mayland, Hans ) THE NEW TANGERINE DREAM DISCUS. Crop Fish Hobbyist 43(5):21 2-: 
1995 FR40(2) 

Symphysotlon aequilascian/s in Brazil. 

95 002309 Mayland, Hans ] ELEPHANT-NOSES AND THEIR KIN: NOTES ON THE FAMILY MORMYRI E 
Trop FJS/I Hobbyist 43(6)78-84 1995 FR 40(2) 

95-002310 Nakamura, Hiroshi. [TECHNIQUES FOR INDUCING CAPTIVE FISH TO EAT) Anim ; 
47<2):8-12 1995 In lapanese, FR4Q(2) 

95-002311 Neal,Tom ANGELFISH HERE, THERE, AND EVERYWHERE Trop, fish Hobbyist 43(6) 86-Qfl. 1 
FR40(2) P Y 

Pteiophyllum sea/are 

95-002312 Orliz, Harry SUCCESS WITH THE GENUS APISTOCRAMMA Trop Fiih Hobbyist 43(7V2 
1995 FR40(2) 

95-002313 PaczVowski, Joey STARTING OUTRIGHT WITH GOLDFISH. Trop Fish Hobbyist 43(8) 133 
1995 FR40(2) 

Carassrusauratus 

95-002314 Palicka, Jin A BREEDER'S SURPRISE GOLD APHYOSEMION GARDNER/ Trap Fish Hoi 
43(5)124-130 1995 FR 40(2) ^ 

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FISHERIES REVIEW 

3UARIUMS (Continued) 

i-002315 Raymond, Mike VICTORIAN SECRETS, Trop Fish Hobbyist 45(8) 16-28 1995 FR4Q(2) 
Hap/dc/iromis sauvagei, H nubi/us, and data for four other species 

5002316 ShuteJ R and John Tulloclc DIFFICUIT SPECIES Troo fish Hobbwst43(5) 44-64 1995 FR 40(2) 
Platan pimiatus, Ho/acanthus tricolor, Pygoplites diacanlhus, CbaetorJon orndlrssimus, Oxymonacanthos 
Tigirostns, Acanthurus /ineatus, Zancfus canescens, Centropyge bico/or, C tibrcen, and Labroides dimidiaius 

5-002317 Sm'Uh, Stephen J.THE GOOD HOOD GUIDE, Trop Fish Hobbyist 43(5} 160 164 1995 FR 40(2) 
Carass/us auraius 

5002318 Smith, Stephen). THE REGAL MOOR Trop Fish Hobbyist 43(8) 160-162, 1995. FR 40(2) 
Carassius auratus, 

15-002119 Smilh, Stephen J A CLOSER LOOK AT PERCH Trap Fish Hobbyist 43(6) 104-108 1995 FR40(2) 
Percaffuviati/isandP flavescens 

35-002320 Stoskopf, Michael K APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY FOR AQUARIUM FISHES N Am Vet Con/ 
/et Proc Vol 9. p, 552-553 1995. FR 40(2) 

[N.C. State Univ., Coll Vet Med., 4700 Hillshorough St , Raleigh 27606] 

95-002321 Suffia, David. K1LLIFISHES. THE BIG EASY Trop Fish Hobbyist 43(6)195-198. 1995 FR 40(2) 
Data for 1 1 Aphyosemion species, 

95-002322 Van Den Nieuwenhuizen, Arend. MACROPODUS OCEUATU5' THE CHINESE PARAD1SEFISH 
Trop Fish Hobbyist 43(fl)-8-14. 1995. FR 40(2) 

95002323 Wederich, Robert P, Jr. THE ESSENTIALS OF DISCUS MANAGEMENT. Trop Fish Hobbyist 
43(6):227-242 1995. FR 40(2) 

Symphysodon aequiiascialus, 5. a. axe/roc//, S. a, harafdj, S discus discus, and S t/ wiH/sdwartzi 

95-002324 White. Sieve. CATCH A FREE RIDE Trop Fish Hobbyist 43(8}>204-210. 1995 PR 40(2) 
Brycinus Jongfpinnis and Hemigrammopetersfus caucfa/is 

95-002325 Yokoyama, Takeshi. WINNERS OFTHE26lh ANNUAL ALL-JAPAN NISHIKIGO! SHOW Trop Fish 
Hobbyist 43(5):227-242 1995 FR 40(2) 
Cyprinus carpto. 

MISCELLANEOUS CULTURE TECHNIQUES AND EQUIPMENT 

95-002326 Drouln, Helens A.; MarcC LavoieandJoeldelaNoue.ACTIVATIONOFANITRIFYINGBIOFlLTER 
FOR HIGH DENSITY FISH CULTURE. I Appl AquacuH 4(3) 23-44 1 994 FR 40(2) 

(Aquabiolech, Inc, 936, Rt. 141 S, RR6, Coaticook, P,, PQ, Canada GOC 1VO] Oncorhynchus mykiss. 

95-002327 GomezGil-RS, Bruno; F. Alberlo Abreu-Grobois; Jorge Romero-Jarero and Maria de los 
Herrera-Vega. CHEMICAL DISINFECTION OF ARTEMfA NAUPLll./ Wor/cMquacuit 5oc 25(4)-579 583. 1994 
FR 40(2) 

(Dep. PathoL, ClAD/Mazatlan Unit Aquacult, & Environ. Manage, Ap. Postal 711, Mazatlan, Sin 82000, 
Mexico) 

95-002328 Kikuchi, Kotaro; Haruo Honda and Micriiyasu Klyono. AMMONIA OXIDATION IN MARINE 
BIOLOGICAL FILTERS WITH PLASTIC FILTER MEDIA Fish 5o G0(2).133-136 1994. FR 40(2) 
[Abiko Res. Lab , Cent. Res. Inst. Electric Power Ind,, Abiko, Clilba 270-1 1, Japan] 

GENERAL LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY 

95-002329 Colin, Patrick L SURFACE CURRENTS IN EXUMA SOUND, BAHAMAS AND ADJACENT AREAS 
WITH REFERENCE TO POTENTIAL LARVAL TRANSPORT, Bull MM 3ci 56(1):48-57. 1995, FR 40(2) 
(Coral Reef Res. Found,, Chunk Aloll Res Lab., P.O. Box 70, Weno, Cliuuk, Micronesia 96942! 

95 002330 Ferrari, Frank D. and Brian P. Bradley, editors ECOLOGY AND MORPHOLOGY OF COPEPODS 
PROCEEDINGS OF THE 5th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COPfcPODA, BALTIMORE, USA, JUNE 6-1 3, 
1 953. Hydrob/o/ogia Vol. 292/293. 530p. 1 994 FR 40(2) 
Selected papers indexed in this Issue of Fisheries Review. 

95002331 Hebert, Ronald Thompson, Jr. SURVEY OF THE PHYSICOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS AND 
ZOOPLANKTON COMMUNITY OF THE LOWER SABINE RIVER AS RELATED TO THE LNVIRONMENTAL 
NEEDS OF POLVODON SPATHUM. M.S thesis, i.amar Univ 1 1 3p. 1 994. From Masters Abstr. Int. 32(6)-1 580. 
1994. Order No MA1 357321 FR 40(2) 

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FISHERIES REVIEW 

GENERAL LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY (Continued) 

95-002332 Keller, W RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN LAKE MORPHOMETRY AND CRUSTACEA1 
ZOOPLANKTON COMMUNITIES IN PRECAMBRIAN SHIELD LAKES, MS thesis, Laurenttan Un\v Svdbw 
(Canada) 98p 1993, From Masters Abstr Int 32(6)1585 1995 Order No MAMM87428 FR 40(2) 

05-002333 Slagslad, Dag and Svein Stokke |SIMULATION OF CURRfNTS, HYDROGRAPHY, ICE COVE 
AND PRIMARY PRODUCTION IN THE NORTHERN BARENTS SEA] fisfcen Havel No 9. 47p. 1994. 
Norwegian with English summ t-R 40(2) 

ISINTEF Regulenngsteknikk, 7034 Trondheim, Norway] 

95 002334 Williams, R , D V P Conway and H C Hunt THE ROLE OF COPCPODS IN THE PLANKTON 
ECOSYSTEMS OF MIXED AND STRATIFIED WATERS OFTHE EUROPEAN SHELF SEAS Ecology and Morpholo 
at Copepods Proceedings of trie 5th International Con/ere/ice on Copepods, Baltimore, USA, funs 6 U, I9J 
FrankD Ferrari and Brian P Bradley, editors Hydrobiohgia Vol 292/293 p 521-530 1994 FR 40(2) 
[Plymouth Mar Lab, Prospect PI , The Hoe, Plymouth, Devon PL1 3DH, England] 

CHEMICAL LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY 

95-002335 Guy, Marina PARTICLE SIZE-DISTRIBUTION AND THE LOSS OF PHOSPHORUS FROM T 
SURFACEWATERSOFSTRATIFIEDLAKES MS thesis, Umv Waterloo (Canada) B6p 1992 From Masters Ab 
Int 32(1)179 1994 Order No, MAMMB1 053 FR 40(2) 

BENTHOS 

95002336 Peterson, Charles H and Gregory A Skilleter. CONTROL OF FORAGING BEHAVIOR 
INDIVIDUALS WITHIN AN ECOSYSTEM CONTEXT THE CLAM MACOMABA/TH/CA, FLOW ENVIRONMEI 
AND SIPHON CROPPING FISHES Oecotogia (Heidetb) 100(3}'256-267 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Irist Mar Ecol,Mar Ecol Lab A1l,Untv Sydney,NSW 2006, Australia) iagodon rhomboidcs 

95-002337 Soderback, Bjorn INTERACTIONS AMONG JUVENILES OF TWO FRESHWATER CRAYF 
SPECIES AND A PREDATORY FISH, Oeco/ogia (Heidelb) 100(3).229 235. 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Environ Assessment, Swedish Umv Agric Sci , Box 7050, S 750 07 Uppsala, Sweden] Peres ftuvfa 

PLANKTON 

95002338 Raid,T artdM A Simm.|ONTHESPATIALSTRUCTUREOFPLANKTONCOMMUNITIES IN " 
BALTIC SEA ] /Biology of Mann? Plankton Collection of Scientific Papers / Biol Man/a (Vladivosi J Suppl. p. 7 7 
1990 tn Russian with English summ. FR 40(2) 

95-002339 USSR Academy of Sciences, Far Eastern Branch [BIOLOGY OF MARINE PLANKT< 
COLLECTION OF SCIENTIFIC PAPERS,] B,ol MoryafWadivostJSuppI 120p.1990 Papers in Russian with Cnj 
summ. FR 40(2) 

Selected papers Indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review, 

MORPHOLOGY 

95-002340 Arratia, Gloria and Laura Huaqum MORPHOLOGY OF THE LATERAL LINE SYSTEM AND OF 
SKIN OF D1PLOMYSTID AND CERTAIN PRIMITIVE LORICARIOID CATFISHES AND SYSTEMATIC / 
ECOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS Bonn Zoof Monogr No 36 llOp 1995 In English with German 
Spanish summ. FR40(2) 

[Mus. Nal Hist, Umv, Kans , Lawrence 66045-2454] Nemafogenys inermts, Diploittystcs tfiiA 
Tnc/tomycterai, Haicfier/a macraei, and data for 80 other species. 

95-002341 Balart, Eduardo F DEVELOPMENT OF THE VERTEBRAL COLUMN, FINS AND FIN SUPPORT 
THE JAPANESE ANCHOVY, ENGRAUUS IAPONICUS (CLUpElFORMES- ENGRAULIDIDAE) Bull Mar. 
56(2)495522 1995.FR40(2) ' 

[Cent Invest Biol. Baja California Sur, Div Biol Mar,Apclo Postal 12fl, La Pa2, B.C.S, Mexico 2300O 

95002342 Baldwin, Carole C and G David Johnson. A LARVA OF THE ATLANTIC FLASHLIGHT 
KRYPJOPHANARON ALFRED! (BERYCIFORMES: ANOMALOPIDAE), WITH A COMPARISON 
BERYCIFORM AND STtPHANOBERYClFORM LARVAE Bull Mar 5o 56(1 :1-24. 1995 FR 40 2 
(Div Fish.NHfiWGlS, Nati, MUB Nal Hist, Smithsonian Inst, Washington, DC 20560) 

95-002343 Barus, Vlastimil and Evzen Wohlgemuth. TWO PROPOSED SUBSPECIES I 



llnst. Landscape Ecol , Acad Sci Czech Republrc, Kvelna 8, 603 65 Brno, Czech Republic] C. m. mtaocla* 

3E1CJ tj Jrt FIV&St 

95 002344 Barus, Vlastimil and Evzen Wohlgemuth TAXONOMIC STATUS OF CAMBUSIA PUNCTirt i 
vs C HOVVatMPlSCES POECILIIDAE) folia Zoo! 42(4)361-372 1993 FR 40(21 
[Inst. Landscape Ecol , Acad, Sci , Kvelna 8, 603 65 Brno, Czech Republic] 



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MORPHOLOGY (Continued) 

95 002345 Basolo, A L THE EVOLUTIONARY HISTORY OF A FEMALE PREFERENCE Am Zool 31(5) 1 1 5A 
1994. Abstract only FR 40(2) 

|Univ. Nebr, Lincoln G8508J Xip/iopfiorus and Pnapella 

95-002346 Boetticher, N C and] H Longjr A DIRECT MEASURE OFTHRUST IN AN UNDULATING FISH 
MODEL Am Zoo/ 34(5) 45A 1994 Abslract only FR40(2) 
[VassarColl, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601] Sienolomus chrysops 

95-002347 Bonometto, Lorenzo and Luca Mizzan (FORMS AND FUNCTIONS OBSERVATIONS AND 
REFLECTIONS ON THE ANIMALS IN OUR SEAS] Boll, Mus Civ Slor Nut Venezia 38(Suppl.) 1-75 1987 In 
Italian with English summ FR 40(2) 

95002348 Brzobohaty, Rostislav [THE FISH OTOLITHS OF THE BADENIEN OF CAINFARN, LOWER 
AUSTRIA STATE (MIDDLE MIOCENE, VIENNA BASIN)] Ann Naturhist Mus WienSer A Mineral Petrogr Geol 
Palseontol Anthropol Praehlst Vol 96 p 67-93, 1994 In German with English summ FR 40(2) 

jlnst Ceol & Palaontol , Masaryk-Univ , Kotlarska 2, 61 1 37 Brno,, Czech Republic) Data for 54 species 

95-002349 Carpenter, Kent E, Bruce B. Collette and Joseph L Russo UNSTABLE AND STABLE 
CLASSIFICATIONS OF SCOMBROID FISHES Bull Mar Sci 56(2)379-405 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Species Identification & Data Programme, Fish , Food & Agric Organ United Nations, Via dclle Tcrme di 
Caracalla, 00100 Rome, Italyl 

95002350 Chiu, ). F; A F, Mack and R D Fernald. DAILY RHYTHM OF CELL PROLUERATION IN THE 
TELEOST RETINA 8ram Res. 673(1) 119-U5, 1995. FR 40(2) 

[Fernald- Program Neurosci , Bldg 420, Stanford Univ., Stanford, CA 94305-2130, fax415-725-5699] 
Haplochromis bunom. 

95-002351 Chopin, L K. and M. B Bennett. CELLULAR ULTRASTRUCTURE AND CATECHOLAMINE 
H1STOFLUORESCENCE OF THE HEART OF THE AUSTRALIAN LUNCHSH, NEOCtRATODL/5 rORSURI I 
Morphol 223(2)-l91-201. 1995. FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Anat Sci , Univ. Queensland, Brisbane, Qld. 4072, Australia] 

95-002352 Cole, Kathleen S., D Ross Robertson and Alcibiades A Cedeno. DOES GONAD STRUCTURE 
REFLECT SEXUAL PATTERN IN ALL GOBIID FISHES? Environ Biol fishes 41(1-4).3Q1-309 1994.FR40(2) 
[Dep Biol,, Bishop's Univ , Lennoxville, PQ, Canada J1M 1Z7] Gooiosoma il/ecebrosum and G saucrum 

95-002353 Crawford, Stephen S and Eugene K Balon ALTERNATIVE LIFE HISTORIES OF THE GENUS 
LUCANIA 2 EARLY ONTOGENY OF I COODEUHE BLUE FIN KILLIFISH Environ liiol Furies 41 (M)'33 1-367. 
1994 FR40(2) 

[Inst Ichlhyol. & Dep Zool, Univ Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada NIG 2W1] 

95 002354 Drucker, E G. and ]. S Jensen. EFFECTS OF BODY SIZE ON KINEMATICS OF PECTORAL FIN 
LOCOMOTION IN STRIPED SURFPERCH. Am Zoo/ 34(5) 12A 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 
(Harvard Univ., Cambridge, MA 02138] Emoiotora laterals. 

95-002355 Dunel-Erb, Suzanne, Claudme Chevalier and Pierre Laurent. DISTRIBUTION OF 
N EURO EPITHELIAL CELLS AND NEURONS IN THE TROUT GILL FILAMENT: COMPARISON IN SPRING AND 
WINTER, Can I. Zool 72(10)'1794-1799 1994 In English with French summ FR 40(2) 

(Lab. Morphol. Fonct, Adaptations, Cent. Ecol & Physiol. Energetiques, Cent Natl, Rech. Sci, 23 rue 
Becquerel, 67087 Strasbourg Cedex, France] Oncorhync/ius my/ciss, 

95-002356 Eastman, Joseph T and Michael J. Lannoo. DIVERSIFICATION OF BRAIN MORPHOLOGY IN 
ANTARCTIC NOTOTHENIOID FISHES- BASIC DESCRIPTIONS AND ECOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS. ; 
Morphol 223(1):47-83, 1995 FR 40(2) 

(Dep Biol. Sci., Ohio Univ., Athens 45701 -2979] Perca flavescens, Lepomis Intmilis, Tremalormis bernacchu, 
P/euragramma antarcti'cum, Eleginops maclovinus, Pogonophn/nephy//opo(jon, and data for 28 other species. 

95-002357 Espenes, Anld; Charles McL Press, Birgit H, Dannevig and Thor Landsverk. INVESTIGATION OF 
THE STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL FEATURES OF SPLENIC ELLIPSOIDS IN RAINBOW TROUT 
(ONCORHYNCHU5 MYKISS). Cell & Tissue Res 279(3)'469-474. 1995. FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Morphol., Genet & Aqual Biol., Norwegian Coll. Vet. Med, PO. Box 8146, Dep. 0033, NOslo, 
Norway] 

95002358 Findeis, E. K. ONTOGENY AND HOMOLOGY RECOGNITION OF THE HYPURALS OF 
STURGEONS. Am Zoo/.34(5)i92A 1 994. Abstract only FR 40(2) 
(Univ Mass , Amhersl 01003] Scapfiirhyncnus p/atoryncnus. 

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FISHERIES REVIEW 

GENERAL LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY (Continued) 

95-002332 Keller, W RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN LAKE MORPHOMETRY AND CRUSTACEAN 
ZOOPLANKTON COMMUNITIES IN PRECAMBRIAN SHIELD LAKES. MS thesis, iaurentian Utw Sudbury 
(Canada) Wp. 1993 From Masters Abstr Int 32(6).158S 1995. Order No MAMM87428 FR40(2) 

95-002333 Slagstad, Dag and Svem Stokke [SIMULATION OF CURRENTS, HYDROGRAPHY, ICE COVER 
AND PRIMARY PRODUCTION IN THE NORTHERN BARENTS SEA] Foken Haver No, 9 47p 1994 In 
Norwegian wuh English siimni FR 40(2) 

[SINTEF Regulermgsteknikk, 7034 Trondheim, Norway] 

95-002334 Williams, R , D V P Cortway and H G Hunt THE ROLE OF COPEPODS IN THE PLANKTONIC 
ECOSYSTEMSOFMIXEDANDSTRATIFIED WATERS OF THEEUROPEANSHEIFSEAS co/ogy and Morphology 
of Copepods Proceedings ol the 5th International Conference on Copepoda, Baltimore, USA, June b-13, f 993 
FiankD Ferrari and Brian P Bradley, editors Hydrobioh&a Vol 292/293 p 521-530,1994 FR 40(2) 
[Plymouth Mar Lab , Prospect PI , The Hoe, Plymouth, Devon PL1 3DH, England] 

CHEMICAL LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY 

95002335 Guy, Martha PARTICLE SIZE-DISTRIBUTION AND THE LOSS OF PHOSPHORUS FROM THE 
SURFACEWATERSOFSTRATIFIED LAKES MS thesis, Umv Waterloo (Canada) 86p 1992 From Masters Abstr 
Int 32(1};t79 1994 Order No MAMMB1053 FR40(2) 

BENTHOS 

95002336 Peterson, Charles H and Gregory A Skilleter CONTROL OF FORAGING BEHAVIOR OF 
INDIVIDUALS WITHIN AN ECOSYSTEM CONTEXT THE CLAM MACOMA BAUHICA, FLOW ENVIRONMENT, 
AND SIPHON-CROPPING FISHES Qecologta (Heidelb) 100(3)'256-267, 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Insl Mar. Ecol, Mar Ecol Lab All.Umv Sydney, N S.W 2006, Australia] Lagodon rhomboides. 

95-002337 Soderback, B)orn INTERACTIONS AMONG JUVENILES OF TWO FRESHWATER CRAYFISH 
SPECIES AND A PREDATORY FISH Oeco/ogra (Heidelb) 100(3)-229-235. 1994. FR -10(2) 

[Dep Environ Assessment, Swedish Univ. Agric Sci , Box 7050, S-75Q 07 Uppsala, Sweden] Perca fluviatllls 

PLANKTON 

95-002338 Raid,T andM A Simm (ON THE SPATIAL STRUCTURE OF PLANKTON COMMUNITIES IN THE 
BALTIC SEA ] [Biology of Marine Plankton Collection of Scientific Papers-} Biol Morya (V/admut ,) Suppl, p 77-82 
1990 In Russian wilh English summ FR 40(2) 

95002339 USSR Academy of Sciences, Far Eastern Branch (BIOLOGY OF MARINE PLANKTON. 
COLLECTION OF SCIENTIFIC PAPERS.] Biol Morya (Vladivost ) Supp\ 1 20p, 1 990. Papers in Russian with English 
summ. FR 40(2) 

Selected papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

MORPHOLOGY 

95 002340 Arralia, Gloria and taura Huaqum MORPHOLOGY OF THE LATERAL LINE SYSTEM AND OF THE 
SKIN OF DIPLOMYSTID AND CERTAIN PRIMITIVE LORICARIOID CATFISHES AND SYSTEMATIC AND 
ECOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS. Bonn Zoo/ Monogr No 36, 11 Op 1995 In English with German and 
Spanish summ FR40(2) 

[Mus. Nat Hist., Univ Kans, Lawrence 66045-2454] Nemaiogenys mermis, Diplomystes chtlensis, 
Tncbomyctenis, Hatchena maciaei, and data for 80 other species 

95 002341 Balarl, Eduardo F DEVELOPMENT OF THE VERTEBRAL COLUMN, FINS AND FIN SUPPORTS IN 
THE JAPANESE ANCHOVY, ENCRAULIS IAPONICUS (CLUPEIFORMES ENGRAULIDIDAE) Bull Mar Set 
56(2)495-522 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Cent Invest Biol Baja California Sur, Div. Biol Mar,Apdo PostaM28, La Paz, BC S, Mexico 23000] 

95-002342 Baldwin, Carole C and G David Johnson, A LARVA OF THE ATLANTIC FLASHLIGHT FISH 
KRYPTOPHANARON ALFRED! (BERYCIFORMESr ANOMALOPIDAE), WITH A COMPARISON OF 
BERYCIFORM AND STEPHANOBERYCIFORM LARVAE Bull Mar Set S6(1).l-24 1995. FR 40(2) 
[Div, Fish,NHB WG-12, Nail Mus Nat Hisl, Smithsonian Inst, Washington, DC 20560] 

95002343 Barus, Vlastimil and Evzen Wohlgemulh. TWO PROPOSED SUBSPECIES IN GIRARDINUS 
MICRODAOYLUS (PISCES- POECILIIDAE) FROM ISLA DE CUBA AND ISLA DE LA JUVENTUD. Folia Zool 
43(3)245-254 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Inst. Landscape Ecol , Acad Sci Czech Republic, Kvetna 8, 603 65 Brno, Czech Republic] C m miaodaciylus 
and G m rivasi 

95 002344 Bams, Vlaslimil and Evzen Wohlgemulh TAXONOMIC STATUS OF CAMBUSIA PUNCTICUIATA 
vs C HOWELLI (PISCES. POECILIIDAE) FoltaZoo! 42(4)361-372 1993, FR40(2) 
[Inst Landscape Ecol , Acad Sci,, Kvetna 8, 603 65 Brno, Czech Republic] 

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9S-OG2345 Basolo,A L THE EVOLUTIONARY HISTORY OF A FEMALE PREFERENCE Am Zoo! *4(1) 1 ISA 
1954 Abstract only FR 40(2) 

[Univ. Nebr , Lincoln 68508] Xiphophorus and Pnapella 

95-002346 Boetlicher.N.C and] H Longjr A DIRECT MEASURE OF THRUST IN AN UNDULATINC". FISH 
MODEL, Am Zool 34(5) 45A 1 994 Absiracl only. FR 40(2) 
[Vassar Coll., Poughkeepsie, NY 12601] Stenotomus chtysops 

95-002347 Bonomelto, Lorenzo and Luca Mizzan. [FORMS AND FUNCTIONS OBSERVATIONS AND 
REFLECTIONS ON THE ANIMALS IN OUR SEAS ] Boll Mus Civ Star Nat Venezm 3fl(Suppl } I-? 1 *. c ->7 In 
Italian with English summ. FR 40(2} 

55-002348 Brzobohaly, Rostislav [THE FISH OTOLITHS OF THE BADENILN OF CAINFARN, LOWER 
AUSTRIA STATE (MIDDLE MIOCENE, VIENNA BASIN) | Ann Natur/i/sl Mus Wien Scr A Mineral I'Mrtw C.vol 
Pataeontol Anthropol Praehist Vol 96 p 67-93 1994. In Gorman with English summ FR40U) 
[Inst Geol,&Palaontol,MasarykUniv,, Kotlarska 2,611 37 Brno, Czech Republic) Djia for "34 s 



95-002349 Carpenter, Kent E; Bruce B, Collette and Joseph L. Russo UNSTABLE AN[) MAHI.E 
CLASSIFICATIONS OF SCOMBROID FISHES Bull Mar So 56(2)379-405 1995 FR 40(^) 

[Species Identification & Data Programme, Fish , Food & Agnc Organ. United Nations, Via ck'Uc Iprmu rli 
Caraca1la,0010QRome, Italy] 

95-002350 Chiu, J. F; A F Mack and R D. Fernald DAILY RHYTHM OF CELL PROLIFERATION IN IMF 
TtLEOST RETINA Brain Res 673(1)119125 1995. FR 40(2) 

[Fernald Program Neurosci, Bldg 420, Stanford Univ., Stanford, CA 94105-21 30. f.ix'41 1-7 21 %')<)[ 
Haptochromis burtoni. 

95-002351 Chopin, L. K and M. B, Bennett. CELLULAR ULTRASTRUCTURE AND CATECHOLAMINE 
HISTOFLUORESCENCE OF THE HEART OF THE AUSTRALIAN LUNGFISH, NEQCCRATODUS KWUTFK/. I 
Mcrphot. 223(2}:191-201. 1995. FR 40(2) 

[Dap Anal. So , Univ. Queensland, Brisbane, Qld 4072, Australia) 

95002352 Cole, Kathleen S., D Ross Robertson and Alcibiades A Cedcno, DOES GONAU SIKUC'TUKF 
REFLECT SEXUAL PAHRN IN ALL COBIID FISHES? Environ Blot Hshci, 41(1-4).301-iO'X 1994. FR -K)(^J 

[Dep Biol, Bishop's Univ , Lennoxville, PQ, Canada JIM 1Z7] Cobiosoma illccebroswn and C .atitnun 

95002353 Crawford, Stephen S and Eugene K. Balon. ALTERNATIVE LIFE HISTORILS OF Till dl-NLIS 
IUCANJA: 2. EARLY ONTOGENY OF L COODC/,THEBLUCFIN KILLIFISM EnWron Hml riWH'541(1-4-Hl-167, 
1994. FR 40(2) 

[InM. Ichthyol. & Dep. Zool , Univ, Guelph, Cuelph, ON, Canada N 1 C 2W1 ] 

95002354 Drucker, E, G. and J S. Jensen EFFECTS OF BODY SIZE ON KINEMATICS OF I'LX'TORAI FIN 
LOCOMOTION IN STRIPED SURFPERCH. Am Zool 34(5} 12A, 1994, Abstract only FH '10(2} 

(Harvard Univ,, Cambridge, MA 02138] Bmbiotocn lateralts 

95-002355 Dunel-Erb, Suzanne, Claudine Chevalier and Pierre Laurent DISTRIBUTION OF 

NEUROEPITHEUAL CELLS AND NEURONS IN THE TROUT GILL FILAMENT- COMPARISON IN SI'RINCl AND 
WENTER Can / Zoo/ 72(10).1794-1799 1994 In English with French summ, FR 40(2) 

[Lab. MorphoL Foncl. Adaptations, Cent, Ecol & Physlol Encrgetiquc-s, Cent, Natl. Rt-th Sti 21 we 
Becquerel, 670B7 Strasbourg Cedex, France] Oncornync/ius myklss. 

95-002356 Eastman, Joseph T. and Michael J Lannoo DIVERSIFICATION OF BRAIN MORPHOI OC'.Y IN 
ANTARCTIC NOTOTHENIOID FISHES, BASIC DESCRIPTIONS AND ECOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS I 
Morphol 223(1)47-83 1995 FR40(2) " 

[Oep. BioUo., Ohio Univ, Athens 45701-2979] Perca flavescens, tcpomis /iumi//\ Tromaiomoi r><>rmia/i/i 
Plewagfamma aniarcticum, Elegtnops madovmus, Pogonophryne phylhpogon, and data for ,>a olhor species. ' 

95-002357 Espenes, Anld, Charles McL, Press, Birgil H Dannevig and Thor Lanclsverk. INVCSTKJATIf )N OF 
THE STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL FEATURES OF SPLENIC ELLIPSOIDS IN RAINBOW TROUT 
{ONCQRWNCHUSMYKISS).Ce&JM(ie Res 279(3}:469-474. 1 995. FR 40(2} 

|Dep Morphol, Genet & Aquat Biol, Norwegian Coll Vet Mod, PO Box 8146, Dm) 00 H N Oslo 
Norway) - , 

95002358 Findeis, E. K ONTOGENY AND HOMOLOGY RECOGNITION OF THE HYPURAIS OF 
STURGEONS./Vn Zoo! 34(5):92A 1994. Abstract only FR 40(2) 
lUniv. Mass , Amherst 01003] Scaphirhynchus plrtorynchus. 

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MORPHOLOGY (Continued) 

95 002359 Fmdeii, Eric K SKELETAL ANATOMY OF THE NORTH AMERICAN SHOVELNOSE STURGEON 
SCAPHIRHYNCHUS PIATORYNCHUS fRAFINESQUE 1820) WITH COMPARISONS TO OTHER 
ACIPENSERIFORMES Pit D dissertation, Umv Mass 444p 1993 FR -10(2) 

95 002360 Fislielson, Lev and Y Delarea UNILATERAL WINGED FLACELLUM OF SPERM IN BADIS BADiS 
(PISCES TELEOSFEI) Cope/a 1995(1) 241-243 1995, FR 40(2) 
[Dep Zool, Tel Aviv Univ, Ramat Aviv 69978, Israeli 

95 002361 Fishelson, Lev CYTOLOGICAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL ONTOGENESIS AND INVOLUTION 
OF THE THYMUS IN CICHLID FISHES (CICHLIDAE, TELEOSTEI) / Morphol 223(2)175-190 1995 FR 40(2) 
[Dep Zool, Tel Aviv Univ, Ramat Aviv 69978, Israel] Aulonocara rtyassae, Ctchlssoma mgrofasciatum, 
Pseudoiropheus aurari/j, Tilapia amea, T galilaea, T mossainbica, T mlotica, and T zilli 

95002362 Calls, F and E C Drucker, A COMPARISON OF PHARYNGEAL BITING MECHANICS IN 
SUNFISHES AND CICHLIDS IMPLICATIONS OF A STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL DECOUPLING Am 
Zoo! 34(5),55A 1994 Abstract only FR40(2) 
[Univ Leiden, Leiden, Netherlands] 

95 002363 Gauldie, R, W and J Xhie ATOMIC FORCE MICROSCOPY OF THE MORPHOLOGY OF THE 
MATRIX AND MINERAL COMPONENTS OF 1 HE OTOLITH OF HYPEROCLYPHC ANTARCTICA } Morpbo! 
223(2)203-214 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Hawaii Inst Geophysics & Planetol, School Ocean & Earth Sci, &Technol, Univ Hawaii, Honolulu 96822] 

95-002364 Gibb, A, C DO ALL FLATFISH FEED ASYMMETRICALLY? KINEMATICS OF PREY CAPTURE IN 
XYSTREURYS LiOLEPIS Am Zoo! 34(5) 55A 1994 Abstract only. FR 40(2) 
(Univ, Calif,, Irvine 9271 7] Xystreurys Itolepis and Pleuronichthys verticals 

95 002365 Gillis, G B KINEMATICS OF LOCOMOTION IN WATER AND ON LAND BY THE KL.ANGU1LLA 
ROSTRATA Am Zool 34(5)-13A 1994 Abslract only FR 40(2) 
[Umv Calif, Irvine 9271 7} 

95 002366 Gomes, Ulisses L and de Carvalho, Marcelo R, EGG CAPSULES OF SCHROCDERICHTHYS TENUiS 
AND SCYl/ORH/NUS H4ECKEU (CHONDRICHTHYES, SCYLIORHINIDAE) Copeia 1995(1)232-236 1995 
FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Biol. Anim. & Vegetal, Inst Biol , Umv Estado Rio de Janeiro, Rua Sao Francisco Xavier, 524, 20559950 
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil] 

95002367 Crier, Harry J and Lynne R Parenti REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY AND SYSTEMATICS OF 
PHALLOSTETHID FISHES AS REVEALED BY GONAD STRUCTURE Environ Biol Fishes 41(1-4).287-299 1994 
FR 40(2) 

[Mar Res Inst,, 100 Eighth Ave S,St Petersburg, FL 33701-5095) 

95-002368 Guo Qiong Lin and Lu Quan-Zhang [STRUCTURE OF LIVER ANDSPLEEN OF THE EEL (ANGUtliA 
IAPONICA) | Acta Zool Sin 40(2) 125-130, pi Ml. 1994 In Chinese with English summ. FR 40(2) 
[Inst Hydrobiol, Acad Smica, Wuhan 430072, China) 

95002369 Hale,M,E,M ) McHenry;M.W WestneatandJ H Long, Jr, EVOLUTION OF FAST STARTS IN 
BASAL ACTINOPTERYGIAN FISHES- DECOUPLED LEVELS OF FUNCTIONAL DESIGN Am Zool 34(S)-1M 
1994 Abslract only FR 40(2) 

[Univ Chicago, Chicago, IL 60637] Patypterus, Leptsosteus, Amia, and Oncorhynchus 

95002370 Hall, Brian K.HOMOLOGY AND EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT Evol Biol Vol. 28. p 1-37.1995, 
FR 40(2) 

[Dep Biol, Dalhousic Univ, Halifax, NS, Canada B3H 4J1[ 

95-002371 Haynes, Jody L STANDARDIZED CLASSIFICATION OF POECILIID DEVELOPMENT FOR 
LIFE-HISTORY STUDIES Cope/a 1995(1) 147-154 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Dep, Biol Sci., Fla Int Univ, Miami 33 199] Cambusta affinis, Heterandna formosa, and data for eight other 
species 

95-002372 Holden, Kathleen K and Michael N Bruton. THE EARLY ONTOGENY OF THE SOUTHERN 
MOUTHBROODER, PSEUDOCRENIIABRUS PHILANDER (PISCES, CICHLIDAE) Environ. Biol Fishes 
41(1-4)311-329 1994 FR 40(2) 

[JIB. Smith Inst Ichlhyol, private Bag 1015, Grahamstown 6140, South Africa] 

95 002373 Hubert, Wayne A, and Charles B. Alexander OBSERVER VARIATION IN COUNTS OF MERISTlC 
TRAITS AFFECTS FLUCTUATING ASYMMETRY N Am I Fish Manage 15(1)'156-158. 1995 FR 40(2) 
(Nail. Biol. Surv,, Coop. Fish & Wildl Res Unit, Umv. Wyo, Laramie 82071-3166] Oncorhynchus 

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FISHERIES REVIEW 

MORPHOLOGY (Continued) 

95 002374 John, Hans Christian and Clemenlme Zelck TRANSFORMING LARVAE OF CHAULIODUS DANAE 
REGAN &TREWAVAS, 1929 (TELEOSTEI, STOMNFORMES) Mm Hamug Zool Mus Inst Vol 91 p 155-159 

1 994. In English wilh German summ FR 40(2) 

fTaxonomische Arbeitsgruppe'Biol. Anstalt Helgoland, c/o Zool Insl & Mus,, Martin-Lulher-Kmg-Platz 3, 
2014& Hamburg, Germany] Chauliodus schmidti and C sloam 

950Q2375 Johnson, D M NEURAL TUBE FORMATION IN THE SEA LAMPREY, PETROMYZON MARINUS 
Am Zool 34(5).92A 1994 Abslract only FR 40(2) 
(Univ. Mass, Amlicrst 0)003] 

95 002376 Koya, Yasunon; Kazunon Takano and HiroyaTakahashi ANNUAL CHANGES IN FINE STRUCTURE 
OF INNER EPITHELIAL LINING OF THE OVARY OF A MARINE SCULPIN, AiCICHTHYS ALCICORNIS 
(TEUOSTEI: SCORPAENIFORMES), WITH INTERNAL GAMETIC ASSOCIATION. / Morphol 223(1)85-97 

1 995. FR 40(2) 

[Hokkaido Natl, Fish Res Inst Fish Agency Japan, Kushiro Ofl5, Japan] 

95002377 LairJig, Thomas E and Stephen Ralston, THE POTENTIAL USE OF OTOLITH CHARACTERS IN 
IDENTIFYING LARVAL ROCKFISH (SESASTfS SPP) US Natl Mar Fish. Setv Hsh Bull 93{1)'166-171 1994 
FR40(2J 

[Southwest Fish So CenI,NMFS,NOAA,3150 Paradise Dr,Tiburon,CA 94920] S.auncu/atus,S entomelas, 
5. ffitvldus, 5. goodei, S iQrdani, S mystmus, S paucispims, and 5 saxicofa. 

95 002378 Lanfranchi, Alberto and Ortensio Fabiani ULTRASTRUCTURAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THE 
DIFFERENT CLASSES OF LYMPHOCYTES IN THE PERIPHERAL BLOOD OF MUCH CEPHAIUS L (TELEOSTEI, 
PISCES). Fish & Shellfish Immune! 5{1)-3-7 1995 FR 40|2) 

|Dep. Arum Behav & Human Sci,, Univ. Pisa, via A. Volta, 6 1-56126 Pisa, Italy] 

95002379 Lauder, G V. CAUDAL FIN LOCOMOTION BY TELEOST FISHES: FUNCTION OF THE 
HOMOCERCALTAIL Am Zool 34(5)-13A. 1994. Abstract only FR 40(2) 

(Dep. tool. & Evol Biol, Univ. Calif, Irvine 92717] Lepomis macrochirus 

95002380 Lecomte-Fmlger, Raymonde WHAT CAN OTOLITH MICROSTRUCTURE TELL US ABOUT 
EVENTS IN THE EARLY LIFE HISTORY OF THE EUROPEAN EEL? Report of the /994 Session of the EIFAC/ICES 
Working Croup on Eel, Oviedo, Spain, 26 September-! October 1994 EIFAC (Eur. Inland Fish Advis Comm) 
Occas-Pap No.30 p 2,15 1994 Abstract only FR40(2) 

(Univ. Perpignan, Lab. Biol. Mar, 52 Avc, Villeneuve, 66860 Perplgnan Ccdcx, France tel-33 6866 2059, 
fex:33 6866 2019] Anguilla anguilla, 

95-002381 Lin Xin-Wei and Xiong Quan-Wei [MORPHOLOGICAL AND HISTOLOGICAL 
CHARACTERISTICS OF SKELETAL SYSTEM OF NEOSALANX OLIGODON7IS CHEN.) Acta Zool Sin 
4Q(2):198-199,pl. Ml 1994 In Chinese FR 40(2} 

[Dep. Biol,, Zhongshan Umv, Guangzhou 510275, China] Gambusia a/fin/s 

95-002382 Llndesjoo, E TEMPORAL VARIATION AND SEXUAL DIMORPHISM OF THE SKIN OF PERCH 
PERCAFLUVIAriitSL. A MORPHOLOGICAL STUDY./ Appl Ichthyot 10[2-3).154-166. 1994. FR 40(2) 
[Lab. Aquat. Ecotoxicol, Stockholm Univ., Studsvik, S-G1 1 82 Nykopmg, Sweden] 

95 002383 Liu Ming-Hua, Shen Jun-Bao, Zhang Tie Qi, Guo Wei-Shi and Fu Zeng-Cai. [COMPARISON OF 
MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERS OF DIFfTRENT WILD STOCKS OF COMMON CARP IN HEILONGJIANG 
RIVER WATERS.] Ada Zool Sin 40(2) 200-201 , 1 994. In Chinese FR 40(2) 

| Heilongjlang River Fish. Res Inst, Chinese Acad Fish Sci, China] Cyprtnus carpio carpio, C c haematopterus, 
and C. c. vtridiviotaceus m China 

95.002384 Loken, Solveig, Torstein Pedersen and Erik Berg VERTEBRAE NUMBERS AS AN INDICATOR FOR 
THE RtCRUITEMNT MECHANISM OF COASTAL COD OF NORTHERN NORWAY. Cod and Climate Change 
Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Reyk/avik, 23-27 August 1993. Jakob lakobsson, editor Inl Counc Explor 
Sea Mar Sci Symp Vo! 198 p 510-519 1994 FR 40(2} 

[Norwegian Coll. Fish. Sci , Umv Tromso, N-9037 Tromso, Norway] Gadus morhua 

95-002385 Matthews, William J GEOGRAPHIC VARIATION IN NUPTIAL COLORS OF RED SHINER 
(CYPR/NRM IUTRENSIS; CYPRINIDAE) WITHIN THE UNITED STATES Southwest Nat 40{1},5-10 1995. 
FR 40(2) 

[Biol. Stn, & Dep. Zool., Umv Okla , HC 71 Box 205, Kingston 73439) 

95 002386 Mlltal, A. K and N. Agrawal. MODIFICATIONS IN THE EPITHELIA OF LIPS AND ASSOCIATED 
STRUCTURES OF THE PREDATORY MURREL (CHANNA STRIATA) / Appl. tchthyol. 10(2-3}-! 14-122. 1994 
FR 40(2) 

[Skin Physiol. Lab, Dep Zool, Banaras Hindu Unlv, Varanasi-221 005, India] 

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FISHERIES REVIEW 

MORPHOLOGY (Continued) 

95-002387 Nganda, Gatei wa. MORPHOLOGY AND BIOFILM STUDIES OF THE INTESTINES OF THE NILE 
TILAPIA(O/?OCHROMI5N/iOT/CUS) M5 thesis, Umv Prince Edward Island 1 64p 1994 From Masters Abstr 
Int. 33(1)125 1995 Order No MAMM88452 FR 40(2) 

95 002388 Officer, R. A , J G Clement and D K, Rowler VERTEBRAL DEFORMITIES IN A SCHOOL SHARK, 
CALEORHtNUS CALEUS- CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE FOR ENDOSKELETAL RESORPTION? / fish Bra/ 
46(1)85-98.1995 FR40(2) 

[Dep Zool Univ Melbourne, Parkville, Vic 3052, Australia] 

95-002389 Praeer, Michael H ; Eric D Prince and Dennis W Lee. EMPIRICAL LENGTH AND WEIGHT 
CONVERSION EQUATIONS FOR BLUE MARLIN, WHITE MARLIN, AND SAILFISH FROM THE NORTH 
ATLANTIC OCEAN Bull Mar Set 56{1):201-210 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Southeast Fish. Set Cent, NMFS, 75 Virginia Beach Dr, Miami, FL 33149] Tetraptunis albidus, tstiophorus 
p/atypterus, and Makaira nigncans 

95-002390 Prokes, Miroslav and Vlastimil Barns BIOMETRICAL CHARACTERISATION OF BLEAK 
(ALBURNUS ALBURNUS) FROM THE VESTONICE RESERVOIR, CZECH REPUBLIC Folia Zool 43(1) 83-89. 
1994 FR40(2) 

[Inst Landscape Ecol, Acad Sci Czech Republic, Kvetna 8, 603 65 Brno, Czech Republic] 

95 002391 Prokes, Miroslav and Vlastimil Barus MORPHOMETRY OF RUTILUS RUTILUS X ABRAMIS BRAMA 
HYBRID FROM THE MOSTISTE RESERVOIR (MORAVA RIVER SYSTEM, CZECH REPUBLIC), folia Zool 
43(1)65-74 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Inst Landscape Ecol, Acad. Sci Czech Republtc, Kvetna 8, 603 65 Brno, Czech Republic] 

95 002392 Raso, Dominic S , Louis Terracio and Thomas K. Borg EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX COMPONENTS 
IN THE HEART OF THE WHITE BASS, MORONECHRYSOPS(RAFINESQUE) Can I Zool 72(3):449-454 1994 
In English with French summ FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Pathol. & Lab, Med , Medical Umv S C , Charleston 29425 6760| 

95-002393 Rebello, K R FUNCTIONAL CONSEQUENCES OF TROPHIC SPECIALIZATION IN 
PUFFERFISHES Am Zool 34(5) 56A 1994. Abstract only FR 40(2) 

[Fla State Univ , Tallahassee 32306] Cni/omycterus schoepti and Spltoeroides nep/ie/us, 

95-002394 Rocha, Eduardo; Rogerio A. F Monleiro and Carlos A Pereira MICROANA1OMICAL 

ORGANIZATION OF HEPATIC STROMA OF THE BROWN TROUT, SALMO TRUTTA FARIO (TELEOSTEI, 

SALMONIDAE) A QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE APPROACH / Morphot 223{1):1-11 1995 FR 40(2} 

|Lab Histol & Embryol , Inst, Biomed Sci Abel Salazar, Lg Prof. Abel Salazar 2, 4000 Porto, Portugal] 

95002395 Sarasquete, M C; A Polo and M. Yufera. HISTOLOGY AND HISTOCHEMISTRY OF THE 
DEVELOPMENT OF THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM OF LARVAL GILTHEAD SEABREAM, SPARUS AURAJA L 
Aquacullure 1 30(1) 79 92, 1 995. FR 40(2) 

| Inst. Cienc Mar Andalucia (C S.I.C.) Apdo Oficiat, 1 1510 Puerto Real, Cadiz, Spam] 

95002396 ShardoJ D COMPARISONS OF DEVELOPMENTAL PATTERNS IN CLUPEO1D FISHES Am Zool 
3-5(5) 93A 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 

[Univ Mass , Amherst 01003] A/osa saptdissima. 

95 002397 Shubm, Neil THE EVOLUTION OF PAIRED FINS AND THE ORIGIN OF TETRAPOD LIMBS. Evof 
Bio! Vol 28 p. 39-86 1995 FR 40(2) 

|Dep Biol, Univ Pa, Philadelphia 191046017] Latimena chatumriae, Amta calva, Squalus aotntltias, 
Ac/penser, and Po/ypterus 

95-002398 Simonovic, Predrag D and Vojislav N. Jovanovic MORPHOLOGY OF THE EURASIAN PERCH 
(PERCA FlUVIAJiilS} FROM TWO DIFFERENT LOCALITIES OF THE DANUBE BASIN IN SERBIA I SIMILARITIES 
AND DIFFERENCES OF JUVENILES FoliaZool 42(3) 257-268. 1993. FR 40(2) 

Jlnst Zool , fac Sci , Univ, Belgrade, Studentski trg 1 6, P O Box 550, 1 1 001 Belgrade, Serbia] 

95-002399 Song, Jiakun and Lynne R Parenti. CLEARING AND STAINING WHOLE FISH SPECIMENS FOR 
SIMULTANEOUS DEMONSTRATION OF BONE, CARTILAGE, AND NERVES. Cope/a 1995(1) 114-118 1995, 
FR 40(2) 

[Div Fish, NHBMRC 159, Natl Mus Nat Hist., Smithsonian Inst, Washington, DC 20560) CW/ogobius 
depiessus 

95-002400 Turmgan,R G.andP C WamwnghUNTRA-AND INTERSPECIFIC VARIATION INPREYUSEAND 
FEEDING BIOMECHANICS IN CARIBBEAN TETRAODONTIFORM FISHES Am Zool 34(5) 55A. 1994.Abstract 
only. FR 40(2) 

|Fln. Slate Univ , Tallahassee 3230&] 

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MORPHOLOGY (Continued) 

95-002401 Ullen,F;T G, Dehagina, C N.OrlovskyandS Gnllner SPATIALORIENTATION INTHE LAMPREY 
I. CONTROL OF PITCH AND ROLL / fxp Biof 198(3)665-673 1995 FR 40(2) 

(Nobel Inst Neurophysiol , Karolinska Insl , Box 60400, S-1 04 01 , Stockholm, Sweden] Lampeira fluviattlis 

95 002402 VanDenbossche, Jamie. THE OLFACTORY ORGAN OF SEA LAMPREY, PETOMYZON MARINUS 
I. DURING METAMORPHOSIS MORPHOLOGICAL CHANGES AND MORPHOMETRIC ANALYSIS MS 
thesis,Univ Windsor (Canada) 7 2p 1993 From Masters Abstr Int 32(6)>1597 1994 Order No MAMM87359, 
FR 40(2) 

95-002403 Vithanage, K V S-, P R T Cumaranatunga and Hakan Wickslrom. RELATIONSHIP OF SIZE OF 
ANGUILLA BtCOLOR AND ANGUtlLA NEBULOSA TO THE SIZE OF THE OTOLITH DURING THEIR 
DEVELOPMENT Report of the 1994 Session of the E/MC//CE5 Working Croup on Eel, Owedo, Spam, 26 
September-! October 1994 EIFAC(ttr Inland Fish Atlvis CommjOccas Pap No 30 p 6, 17,1994 Abstract 
only. FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Fish. Biol, Univ. Ruhuna, Wellamadama, Matara, Sri Lankd tel.9441 2681, fax-9441 2683] 

95002404 Vronsky, A. A. and L A. Nlkolaichuk (COMPARATIVE ANATOMY OF THE TELEOSTEAN FISH 
LATERAL MUSCULATURE MYOMERES AS CONNECTED WITH DIFFERENT LEVEL OF LOCOMOTORY 
ACTIVITY COMMUNICATION 2 ] Vesln Zoo/ No 3 p. 63-60 1968 In Russian FR 40(2) 

95-002405 Walker, J. FUNCTIONAL TRADEOFf S ON THREESPINE STICKLEBACK BODY AND FIN SHAPE 
Am, Zoo/ 34(5)'1 2A, 1 994. Abstract only. FR 40(2} 

[SUNY, Stony Brook, NY 1 1 790] Casterosteus acu/ealus 

95-002406 Wang Aimin. [ELECTRON MICROSCOPIC OBSERVATIONS ON THE FORMATION OF 
CHORION (EGG ENVELOPE} OF OREOCHROMIS MOSSAMBICUS] Oceanol Limnol Smica 25(4):38S-389, 
pi. I. 1994. In Chinese with English summ. FR 40(2) 
[Dep Biol , Xinjiang Univ , Wulumuql 830046, China) 

95-002407 Wang Yi-Lei, Zhang Zi-Ping and Zheng Wei-Yun. [STRUCTURE OF RETINA AND VISUAL 
CHARACTERISTICS OF RED SEA BREAM (PAGROSOMUS MAIOR) II ULTRASTRUCTURE OF 
PHOTO RECEPTORS IN THE RETINA ] Acta Zoo/ Sin 40(2} 1 1 9-1 24, pi I II. 1 994. In Chinese with English summ 
FR 40{2) 

[Aquacult. Dep., Xiamen Fish. Coll., Xiamen, Fujian 361021, China] 

95-002408 Winemiller, Kirk O. ECOMORPHOLOCY OF FRESHWATER FISHES Res & Explor 8(3)308-327 
1992 FR40(2) 

[Dep. Wildl. & Fish. Sci , Tex. A&M Univ., College Station 77843-2250] 

95 002409 Zelditch, Miriam Leah and William L. Fink ALLOMETRY AND DEVELOPMENTAL INTEGRATION 
OF BODY GROWTH IN A PIRANHA, PYGOCENJRUS NATTERERI (TELEOSTEI OSTARIOPHYSI) / Morpbol 
223(3>341-355. 1995 FR 40(2) 

(Mus. Paleontol., Univ Mich., Ann Arbor 481 09] 

95-002410 Zheng Wenblao and Chen Min [STUDIES ON THE ULTRASTRUCTURE OF CELLS OF 
MESO-ADENHYPOPHYSIS IN CLARIAS IAZERA DURING WINTERS.] Zoo/ Res !5(4)-31-35, pi. L 1994. In 
Chinese with English summ FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Biol., South China Normal Univ., Guangzhow 510631, China] 

PHYSIOLOGY 

95-002411 Aaen, Benny; Flemming lessen and Benny Jensen PARTIAL PURIFICATION AND 
CHARACTERIZATION OF A CELLULAR ACIDIC PHOSPHOLIPASE A 2 FROM COD (GADUS MORHL/A) 
MUSCLE Comp Biochem Physio! B Comp SJbcnem Mol Biol 110(3}:547-5S4 1995. FR 40(2) 

|Technol Lab, Mlnlsl Fish, Tech. Univ. Denmark, Bldg. 221, DK-2800 Lyngby, Denmark 
tel-+45-42-8 8-33-22; fax.+45-4 2-88-4 7-74] 

95-002412 Achazi, R. K.; G. Chroszcz; E. Heimig; R Neundber and I Sleudel A HIGH-MOLECULAR 
REGULATOR OF 7-ETHOXYRESORUFIN-O-DEETHYLASE ACTIVITY IN FISH. Comp Biochem Physio/ C 
Pfcarmaco/. Toxico/. Endocrine/ 108(2)'243-256. 1 994. FR 40(2} 

(Inst. Tierphysiol,, Freie Univ. Berlin, Grunewaldstr 34, D-12165 Berlin, Germany tel:049-30 838 3926; 
fax:049-30-838-4640l Oncorhynchus mykiss, Rutilus rulilus, Perca flawscens, Esox /ucius, and Abramis brania. 

95-00241 3 AI-Akel, A. S. EFFECT OF ASPHYXIATION ON THE CICHLID FISH OREOCHROMIS NJLOTICUS 
BIOCHEMICAL AND HAEMATO LOGICAL RESPONSES. Pak I Zoo/ 26{3)-231-235 1994 FR40[2) 
[Dep Zool.,Coll So., P.O Box 2455, Riyadh-1 1451, Saudi Arabia] 

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95-002114 AIHassan,L A | and A Y AI-Abood DIFFERENTIAL BLOOD CELL COUNTS OFTHREESPECIES 
OF fRESHWATER FISHES FROM BASRAH, IRAQ Pak / Zool 26(3)278-280 1994 FR40(2) 

[Mar Sci Cent, Univ Basrah, Basrah, Iraq] Heleropneustes hssilts, Silurus tnostegus, and Mastacembelus 
maslacemue/us, 

95-002415 Albrektsen, S ; R Waagbo.O Lie and K Sandnes CONTENTS AND ORGAN DISTRIBUTION OF 
VITAMIN Be IN ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO SALAR) AND TURBOT (PSETTA MAXIMA) DURING THE 
REPRODUCTIVE CYCLE Comp Biochcm Phyaol AComp Physio! 109(3)705-712 1994 FR 40(2) 
|lnst Nutf, Directorate Fish,PO Box 1900Nordnes, N-5024 Bergen, Norway] 

95-0024 1 6 An, Young il andTakafumi Anmoto. [AVOIDANCE RESPONSE OF JACK MACKEREL TO A STROBE 
LIGHT BARRIER 1 N/ppon Suisan CaAfcwrii 60(6)713-718. 1994 In Japanese with English summ FR 40(2) 
|Dep Mar Set & Technol, Tokyo Univ Fish, Konan, Mmato, Tokyo 108, Japan) Trachurus laponiais 

95 002417 Anderson, Paul M. and Palnck J Walsh SUBCELLULAR LOCALIZATION AND BIOCHEMICAL 
PROPERTIES OF THE ENZYMES OF CARBAMOYL PHOSPHATE AND UREA SYNTHESIS IN THE 
BATKACHOIDID FISHES OPSANUS BETA, OPSANUS TAU AND PORtCHTHYS NOTATUS I Exp Biol 
158(3)755766. 1995 FR40(2) 

[Walsh Div.Mar Biol & Fish, Rosenstiel School Mar & Atmos Sci,Umv Miami, Miami, PL 33149 1098] 

95002418 Andersson, Eva,Jan Bogerd; Bertil Borg, Peter) Sharp, NancyM Sherwood and Henk ) Th Coos 
CHARACTERIZATION AND LOCALIZATION OF GONADOTKOPIN-RELEASINC HORMONE IN THE BRAIN 
AND PITUITARY OF THE THREE-SPINED STICKLEBACK, GAS7EROSTEUS ACULEATUS Cell & Tissue Re> 
279(3)485-493 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Exp. Zool , Utrecht Univ , Padualaan 8, NL-3S84 CH Utrecht, Netherlands] 

95 002419 Antonopoulou, Efthimia, Ian Mayer; Ingemar Berglund and Bertil Borg EFFECTS OF AROMATASE 
INHIBITORS ON SEXUAL MATURATION IN ATLANTIC SALMON, SALMO SALAR, MALE PARR Hsh Physiol 
Biochem 14(1)15-24 1995 FR40(2) 

[Dep Zool , Univ, Stockholm, S-1 06 91 Stockholm, Sweden] 

95002420 Aral, Ayami, Hiroshl Milani, Kiyoshi Naruse and Akihiro Shima RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE 
INDUCTION OF PROTEINS IN THE HSP70 FAMILY AND THERMOSENSITMTY IN TWO SPECIES OF ORYZIAS 
(PISCES) Comp Biochem Physio! B Biocnem Mot Biol 1 09(4}:647-654, 1 994, FR 40(2) 

|Lab. Radiation Biot , Zool Inst,, School Sci , Univ. Tokyo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113, Japan. 
tel 81-3-3812-211 1,ext4443; fax.81-3-3816-1%5, e-mail mHam@uts2 sutokyo,ac|p j O ce/efaesem/j- and 
talipes 

95-002421 Aral, Nobuaki, Wataru Sakamoto and Kumko Maeda, ANALYSIS OF TRACE ELEMENTS IN 
OTOLITHS OF RED SEA BREAM PACRUS MAfOR Fish So 61(1).43-47. 1995 FR 40(2} 
(Dep. Fish, Fac Agric, KyoloUniv, Kyoto 60601, Japan] 

95-002422 Arevalo, R., ]. R Alonso, E Carcia-Ojeda, J G Bnnon, C Crespo and J Aijon. 
NADPH DIAPHORASE IN THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYTEM OF THE TENCH (T1NCA TINCA L, 1 758), ; Comp 
Neural 352(3):398420 1995 FR40(2) 

[Alonso Dpto Biol Cel & Ratal, Fac Mecf,Avda Campo Charro s/n, 37007 Salamanca, Spain] 

95-002423 Arndt, Steven K A, Tillmann J. Benfey and Richard A, Cunjak A COMPARISON OF RNA 
CONCENTRATIONS AND ORNITHINE DECARBOXYLASE ACTIVITY IN ATLANTIC SALMON (SALiWO SALAR) 
MU5CLE TISSUE, WITH RESPECT TO SPECIFIC GROWTH RATES AND DIEL VARIATIONS. fis/T Physio! 
Biocbcm 13(6M-471 1994 FR40(2) 

[Dep Biol , Univ New Brunswick, Bag Serv, #451 1 1, Fredencton, NB, Canada E3B 6E1 ] 

95-002424 Asahma, Kiyoshi, Hisanon Ando and Susumu Ishn IN VITRO EFFECT OF TUNA 
CONADOTROPINS ON INDUCING Sa-DIHYDROTESTOSTERONE PRODUCTION IN THE TESTES OF THE 
UROHAZE GOBY CLOSSOGOB/USOWACOtf, fish Sci 60(6) 791-792 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Fish , Coil Agric & Vet Med , Nihon Univ,, Kamemo, Fujisawa, Kanagawa 252, Japan] 

95 002425 Asgeirsson, Bjarni; Ralf Hartemmk and Jan F Chlebowski, ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE FROM 
ATUNTIC COD (GADUS MORHUA) KINETIC AND STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES WHICH INDICATE 
ADAPTATION TO LOW TEMPERATURES. Comp Biochem- Physlol B Biochem Mol Bioi 1 10(21.3 1 5-329 1 995. 
FR 40(2} 

(Dep Chem., So Inst, Umv Iceland, Dunhaga 3, 107 Reykjavik, Iceland te! 354-1-69-48-00, 

95 002426 Auperin, B , I Leguen; F RenUer-Delrue; J. Smal and P Prunet ABSENCE OF A tiCH EFFECT ON 
ADAPTABILITY TO BRACKISH WATER IN TILAPIA (OREOCHROMIS NILOT1CUS) Cen Comp Endocrtnol 
97(1)145-159 1995 FR40(2) 

fPrunet Lab. Physiol Poissons, INRA, Campus Beaulieu, 35042 Rennes Cedex, France| 

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95002427 Bailey, T CJ J Torres, M. ] Youngbluth and G P Owen EFFECT OF DECOMPRESSION ON 
MESOPELAGIC GELATINOUS ZOOPLANKTON A COMPARISON OF IN SITU AND SHIPBOARD 
MEASUREMENTS OF METABOLISM Mar Ecol Prog 5er 113<1&2) 13-27, 1994. FR 40(2) 
(Harbor Branch Oceanogr Inst , 5600 U S 1 N , Fort Pierce, FL 34946] 

95 002428 Bakes, Michael ) and Peter D Nichols. LIPID, FATTY ACID AND SQUALENE COMPOSI1 ION Of 
LIVER OIL FROM SIX SPECIES OF DEEP-SEA SHARKS COLLECTED IN SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN WATFKS 
Cornp Biochem Physio! B Biochem Mol. Biot 110(1)267-275 1995 FR 40(2) 

[CSIRO Div Oceanogr, GPO Box 1538, Hobart, Tasmania 7001, Australiiil Sornniaw; pacttiuis, 
Centroscymnus planketi, C crepidater, Centrophorus granulosus, C scalpratus, and Deania calccn 

95-002429 Balm, P. H. M ; H E M G Haenen and S E Wendelaar Bonga REGULATION OF INTERRENAL 
FUNCTION IN FRESHWATER AND SEA WATER ADAPTED TILAPIA (OREOCHROMtS MOSSAMfilCUS) Mt 
Physiol Biochem 14(1)37-47 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Anim Physiol,, Univ Nijmegen, Toernooiveld 1, 6525 ED Nifmegen, Netherlands] 

95002430 Bandyopadhyay, Arun and Samir Bhattacharya PURIFICATION OF PUTATIVE THYROID 
HORMONE RECEPTOR FROM THE OVARIAN NUCLEI OF FRESH WATER PERCH, ANAtlAt, TCi TUDINEUS 
Fish Physiol Biochem 13(5)387-398 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Bhattacharya Dep Zool, Visva-Bharali Univ, Santmiketan 731 235, W Bengal, India] 

95002431 Banenee, Subhadra, Partha P. Banerjee, San-Tai Slien and John Yuli Lin Yu STUDFES ON 
PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF PITUITARY THYROTROPIN FROM BLACK SILVER CARP, 
ARISTICHTHYS NOBILIS Comp Biochem. Physiol B Biochem Mol Biol 107(2)337-346 1994 FR40(2) 

(Yu 1 Endocrinol Lab, Inst. Zool., Acad Smica, Taipei, Taiwan 1 15 fax:886-2 -7fl5-B059| 

95-002432 Barannikova, I A, A. A. Boev; O S Bukovskaya and N. A. Yefimova (NEW ASPECTS OF THF 
PROBLEM OF HORMONAL REGULATION OF REPRODUCTIVE FUNCTION IN STURGEONS IN VIEW Ol 
STURGEON ENHANCEMENT OBJECTIVES ] In Biologically Active Substances and Factors in Aquai.utiurc. 
Collected Papers A I Glubokov and L A Dushktna, editors p. 28-49, 204. 1993 In Russian wild English summ 
FR40(2) 

Acipenser ste//atus and A gueldenstaedti 

95-002433 Barry, Terence P ; Jeffrey A Malison, James A Held and John J Parrlsh ONTOGENY OF Tl IF 
CORTISOL STRESS RESPONSE IN LARVAL RAINBOW TROUT. Ce/i Comp. Endocrmol 97(1)57-65, 1995. 
FR 40(2) 

(Univ Wis Aquacult Program, Dep Food So., 103 Babcock Hall, Madison 53706| Oncor/iyncbus myktsi, 

95-002434 Barton, Kimby N , Martin F. Gcrrlts and James S. Ballanlyne EFFECTS OF EXERCISE ON PLASMA 
NONESTERIFIED FATTY ACIDS AND FREE AMINO ACIDS IN ARCTIC CHAR (SALVELINUS ALPINUS) I &p 
Zoo/ 271(3)183-189. 1995 FR 40(2) 

(Ballantyne 1 Dep Zool., Univ. Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada NIG 2W1 [ 

95002435 Beddow, Tom A, and Ian A. Johnston PLASTICITY OF MUSCLE CONTRACTILE PROPERTIES 
FOLLOWING TEMPERATURE ACCLIMATION IN THE MARINE FISH MYOXOCEPHALUS SCORPtUS. 1 fxp 
Biol 198(1)193-201.1995 FR40(2) 

[Johnston: Catty Mar Lab., School Biol &Med.Sa., Univ Si Andrews, St. Andrews, Fife KY1 6 OLR, Scotland] 

95-002436 Beddow, Tom A., Johan L. van Leeuwen and Ian A. Johnston SWIMMING KINEMATICS OF FAS T 
STARTS ARE ALTERED BY TEMPERATURE ACCLIMATION IN THE MARINE FISH MYOXOCEPHAt 
SCORPIUS I Exp Biot 198(1).203-20fl 1995 FR 40(2) 

(Johnston Catty Mar. Lab., School Biol. &Med Set, Univ Si. Andrews, Si. Andrews, Fife KY16 8LB, Scot! 

95002437 Berge, Gerd Eikeland; Einar Lied and Mant Espe. ABSORPTION AND INCORPORATION 
DIETARY FREE AND PROTEIN BOUND (U I4 C)-LYSINE IN ATLANTIC COD (CADUS MOKHUA] Coi 
Biochem Physiol. A Comp Pnxsio/109{3).6B1-688. 1994. FR 40(2) 

|lnst Nutr, Directorate Fish., P.O Box 1900 Nordnes, N-5024 Bergen, Norway) 

95-002438 Borg, B ANDROGENS IN TELEOST FISHES. Comp Biochem Physiol C Pharmaco/ Joxtcol 
Endocrmol 109(3):219-245. 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Zool., Univ. Stockholm, S-106 91 Stockholm, Sweden fax'{8)-167715] 

95-002439 Braun, Christopher B.; Helmut Wicht and R Glenn Norlhcutl. DISTRtliUTION OF 
GONADOTROPIN RELEASING HORMONE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THEBRAINOFTHEPACIRCHACFISl I 
EPM7RTUS5raU7/{CRANIATA:MYXINOIDEA) / Comp Weuro/ 353(3):464-476. 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Neurobiol Unit, Scripps Inst. Oceanogr,, Dep. NeuroscL, School Med, Univ. Calif. San Diego La Jolla 
92093-0201] 

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95 002440 Brown, Michael L and Brian R Murphy LENGTH-STRUCTURED EVALUATION OF SEASONAL 
ENERGY PATTERNS IN LARGEMOUTH BASS./ Freshwater Ecol 9(4)281-288 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Wild &Fish Sci, Norlh. Plains Biostresb Lab, SD State Univ, Brookmgs 57007-1696] Microptwus 
sal/noises 

95-002441 Burlakov,A B;V V Tsibezov and N V Belova [SOMATOSTATIN CONTENT VARIATIONS IN 
PITUITARY AND HYPOTHALAMUS OF FEMALE SILVER CARP (HYPOPHTHALMICHTHYS MOLURtX) CAUSED 
BY THE QUALITY OF EGGS UNDER ARTIFICIAL REPRODUCTION ] In Biologically Active Substances and 
factors in Aquacttltwe Collected Papers A I Glubokov aiicl L A Dushkma, editors p 107-121, 206 1993 In 
Russian with English summ FR40(2) 

95-002442 Butler, David G and Gavin Y, Oudil ANGIOTENSIN-I- AND -HI-MEDIATED CARDIOVASCULAR 
RESPONSES IN THE FRESHWATER NORTH AMERICAN EEL, ANGUILLA ROSTRATA EFFECT OF PHE S 
DELETION. Cen Comp Endoctinol 97(2)259269 1995 FR40(2) 

[Dep Zool , Univ Toronto, 25 Harbord St , Toronto, ON, Canada M5S 1 A1 ] 

95-002443 Cake, Max H.; Glen W Power and Ian C Potter, THE LIVER AND MUSCLE OF EARLY UPSTREAM 
MIGRANT LAMPRtYS (CEOTfiM AUSTRALIS] CONTAIN HIGH LEVELS OF ACETYL-CoA CARBOXYLASE AND 
A CARNITINE PALMITOYl TRANSFERASE I THAT IS SENSITIVE TO MALONYL-CoA, Comp Biochem Physio! 
B Biochem Mol Biol 110(2)417-423.1994 FR 40(2) 

(School Biol. & Environ, Sci , Murdoch Univ, Murdoch, W.A 6150, Australia tel 09-360-2368; 
fax*09-3 10-3505] 

95 002444 Caldwell, Colleen A and Jeffrey M Hmshaw NUCLEOTIDES AND THE ADENYLATE ENERGY 
CHARGE AS INDICATORS OF STRESS IN RAINBOW TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS) SUBIECTED TO A 
RANGE OF DISSOLVED OXYGEN CONCENTRATIONS Comp Biochem Physiol. B Biochem Mol. Bio! 
109(2-3)313-323 1994 FR40I2) 

[Natl. Biol Stirv, Nail. Fish Conram. Res Cent., 2630 Fanta Reed Rd, La Crosse, Wl 546020936 
tel:608-783 6451j lax 608 783-6066) 

95002445 Campbell, W Bruce, DEVELOPMENTAL INSTABILITY STUDIES IN COHO SALMON AN 
EXPERIMENT INVOLVING GENOMIC HETEROZYGOSITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS M S thesis, Univ 
Wash 1993. FR 40(2) 

Qncorhynchus ktstiKh. 

95002446 Carmichael, Janice R NUTRIENT CONTENT OF CLUPEID FORAGE FISHES IN TENNESSEE 
RESERVOIRS MS thesis, Univ Tenn 78p 1985 FR 40(2) 

Atosa pseucloharengus, Dotosoma cepedianum, D peienense, and D cepedtanum x D petenense. 

95-002447 Carneiro, N M; C D Eilertson and M A, Shenddn SOMATOSTATIN, A MODULATOR OF 
INSULIN AND CLUCAGON, SECRETION IS REGULATED BY LIPID AND CARBOHYDRATE IN SALMONID 
FLSH.Am Zool 34(5) 27A. 3994. Abstract only FR40(2) 
|N D Slate Univ, Fargo 58102] Oncorhynchus mykiss. 

95-002448 Carroll, S, N Hazon and F B Eddy. DRINKING RATES AND Na+ EFFLUXES IN RESPONSE TO 
TEMPERATURE CHANGE IN TWO SPECIES OF MARINE FLATFISH DAB, L1MANDA LIMANDA AND PLAICE, 
FLEURONECTESPLA7ESSA.I Comp Physiol BBiochem Syst Environ Physiol 164(7).579-584 1995 FR40(2) 
IDep. Biol Sci , Univ Dundee, Dundee DD1 4HN, Scotland] 



r Cerda ' J an ; Manuel Carnllo, Silvia Zanuy and Jesus Ramos. EFFECT OF FOOD RATION ON 

S^ ^TELLOGENIN PLASMA LEVELS, FECUNDITY AND LARVAL SURVIVAL IN CAPTIVE SEA 
BASS, pICENJRARCHUS IABRAX. PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS. Aquat. Ltvmg Resour 7(4) 255-266. 1991. 
In English wilh French summ FR 40(2) 

[Whitney Lab,, Univ Ha, 9505 Ocean Shore Blvd., St Augustine 32086] 



rincm Majeed; Nablla Roohl ' Sumera lffan anci Muhammad Yaqoob Jabvard FREE 

rn ??rnM ^'u.M^fJi^^,^ MUSCLE OF A MA J R CARP - wsro * OHITA ' FOLLOWING 
GLUCAGON ADMINISTRATION. Pak.1 Zool. 26{3)'209-212 1994 FR 40(2) 
|Dep Zoo!,, Univ Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan] 



UwnvrnrAD. 1 Chen F ' SH GROWTH HORMONE STIMULATION OF SULFATION 
OF H iMA^rt ^ N 7 CA , R , P BRANCHIAL CARTILAGE MAINTAINED IN CULTURE WITH THE PRESENCE 
OF HUMAN IGF I Am Zool 34(5) 27A 1 994 Abstract only, FR 40(2) 
(Ceni Mar. Btotedinol, Univ Md, Baltimore 21201] O/pr/mis carpio, 

" B Ulltier PHYS 'OLOGY AND BEHAVIOUR OF 
TEMPERATURE 



|Biol. Dep , Oalhousie Univ., Haifax, NS, Canada B3H 4] 1 ] 

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95-002453 Claireaux, C, D M Webber, S R Kerr and R G Boutiher PHYSIOLOGY AND BEHAVIOUR Of 
FREE-SWIMMING ATLANTIC COD (CADUS MORHUA) FACING FLUCTUATING SALINITY AND 
OXYCENATION CONDITIONS / Exp Bio! 198(1)61-69 1995 FR40(2) 
[Biol Dep , Dalhousie Univ, Halifax, NS, Canada B3H 4J1) 

95-002454 Collazos,M.E,C BarngaandE Ortega ENHANCEDGRANULOCYTEPHACOCYTOSISATLQW 
WINTER TEMPERATURE AND HIGH SUMMER TEMPERATURE IN THE TENCH (TINCA TINCA L) Comp 
Biochem Physio/ A Comp Physio/ 109(3)643-648 1994 FR40(2) 

[Ortega- Dep. Fisiol, (Anim), Fac Cienc, Univ Extremadura, Avda de Elvas s/n 06071 Badapz, Sj)iiin 
let 24-274800,ext 312, fax-24-27 1304] 

95002455 Coughhn, D J and C W, Hawryshyn A CELLULAR BASIS FOR POLARIZED LIGHT VISION IN 
RAINBOWTROUT/ Comp Physio/ A Sens Neural Behav Physio! 176(2)261-272 1995 FR40(2) 

[La Salle Univ, Dep Biol, Philadelphia, PA 19141] Oncorhynchus myktss. 

95002456 Coughlln, D J and L C Rome CONTRACTION KINETICS AND POWER PRODUCTION Of 
SCUP PINK MUSCLE Am Zoo/ 34(5):12A 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 

(Univ Pa, Philadelphia 19104) Slenotomus chrysops. 

95-002457 Crabtree, Roy E CHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND ENERGY CONTENT OF DEEP-SEA DEMERSAL 
FISHES FROM TROPICAL AND TEMPERATE REGIONS OF THE WESTERN NORTH ATLANTIC Bull Mar $a 
56(2)434449.1995 FR 40(2) 

(Mar Res. Inst, Dep. Environ Prot, 100 8lh Ave. SE, St Petersburg, FL 33701J Data for 48 species 

95-002458 Craig, Steven R,; William H Neill and Delbert M Gatlm III. EFFECTS OF DIETARY LlPID AND 
ENVIRONMENTAL SALINITYON GROWTH, BODY COMPOSITION, AND COLD TOLERANCE OF JUVENILE 
RED DRUM (SCIAENOPS OCELLA7US). Fish Physiot Biochem 14(1):4961 1995 FR40(2) 

(Gatlirr Dep. Wildl. & Fish. Sci,, Tex A&M Univ, College Station 77843-2258. tel:409 847-9333; 
fax.409 845 4096] 

95-002459 Das, Tapash, Rebecca Seibel and W. B. Stickle. PHYSIOLOGICAL & BIOCHEMICAL CHANGES 
ASSOCIATED WITH ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS IN THE GULF KILLIFISH fUNDULL/S C/MND/S Am Zoo! 
34(5)'32A. 1994 Abstract only. FR 40(2) 
(La Slate Univ, Baton Rouge 70803] 

95-002460 Davison,W.EXERCISTRAININGINTHEBANDED WRASSE NOTOIABRUS FUCICOtA AFFECTS 
MUSCLE FIBRE DIAMETER, BUT NOT MUSCLE M1TOCHONDRIAL MORPHOLOGY. NZ Nat Sci Vol. 21. 
p 11-16.1994 FR40(2) 

(Dep. Zool , Univ Canterbury, Private Bag 4800, Chrislchurch, New Zealand! 

95 002461 Degani, Gad; Erez Gal and Jacob Vaya IN VITRO BIOSYNTHESIS OF STEROIDS IN OVARY Of 
ASYNCHRONIC TRJCHOGASTER JRtCHQPTERUS (PALLUS, 1770). Comp Biochem Physio/ B Btachem Mol 
Bio/ 109(4).71 5-723. 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Migal-Galilee Technol. Cent., P.O.B. 90000, Rosli Pinna 12 100, Israeli 

95-002462 Deragon, K. L. and S. A. Sower. IN VIVO AND IN VURQ EFFECTS OF LAMPREY 
CONADOTROPIN-RELEASING HORMONE-III IN THE ADULT SEA LAMPREY. Am Zool 34(5) 23A. 1994. 
Abstract only FR 40(2) 

(Univ. N H , Durham 03824] Pefromy^on marinus 

95 002463 Dickhoff, W. W , B. R Beckman; D A. Larsen and S, Monyama. ENDOCRINE HYPOTHESIS FOR 
CONTROL OF SALMON SMOLTIFI CATION. Am, Zool 34{5).25A 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 
Oncorhynchus tshavvyfsc/ia 

95-002464 Oickson, Kathryn A, UNIQUE ADAPTIONS OFTHE METABOLIC BIOCHEMISTRY OF TUNAS 
AND BILLFISHES FOR LIFE IN THE PELAGIC ENVIRONMENT. Environ Biol fishes 42(l):65-97 1995 FR40(2) 
[Dep. Biol. Sci, Calif. Stale Univ,, Fullerton 92634-9480) 

95002465 Dorin, Dominique; Marie-France Sire and Jean Mane Vernier DEMONSTRATION OF AN 
ANTIBODY RESPONSE OF THE ANTERIOR KIDNEY FOLLOWING INTESTINAL ADMINISTRATION Of A 
SOLUBLE PROTEIN ANTIGEN IN TROUT. Comp Biochem Physio/ B Biochem Mo/ Biol 109[2-?)'499 50'} 
1994. FR 40(2) 

[Vernier lab Physiol Cell Metaboltque Poissons, Bat 447, Univ. Pans XI, 91405 Orsay Cedex, rranu 1 
tel:1-69 41-79-33, fax-1-69 85-34-59) Oncorhynchus mykiss 

95002466 Duan, Cunmmg; Erika M. Pliselskaya and Walton W Dickhoff. EXPRESSION OF INSULIN-LIKf 
GROWTH FACTOR I IN NORMALLY AND ABNORMALLY DEVELOPING COHO SALMON 
(ONCORHYNCHUS KISUTCH) Endocrinology 136(2)'446-452 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Dickhoff. School Fish., HF-1 5, Univ Wash., Seattle 981 95] 

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95-002467 Egginlon, S. STRESS RESPONSE IN TWO ANTARCTIC TELEOSTS (NOTQTHENIA CORflCEPS 
RICHARDSON AND CHAENOCEPHALUS A.CERATUS LONNBERG} FOLLOWING CAPTURE AND SURGERY 
} Camp Phyaol. B Bsochem Syst Environ Phystai 1 64(6) 482-491 1 994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep, Physiol , Univ Birmingham Med, School, Vincent Dr , Birmingham B 1 5 2TT, England] 

95 002468 Endo, M ;T. Yoshlda, M.Sakai and T hda THE SWIM BLADDER AS A SITE FOR ADMINISTRATION 
OF CHEMICAL AGENTS APPLICATION TO FISH IMMUNOLOGY, Fish & Shelltish Immunol 5(1 ) 85-87, 1 995 
FR 40(2) 

[Lab. Fish Pathol,Fac Agnc Miyazaki Univ, Miyazaki 889-21, Japan] Oncorhynchus mykiss 

95-002469 Fagan, Colleen E. PALATABILITY AND PHARMACOKINETICS OF ERYTHROMYCIN 
ADMINISTERED TO JUVENILE CHINOOK SALMON M.S. thesis, Univ Idaho 1 34p 1993 FR 40(2) 
Qncor/iync/ius (shawyfscfta 

95-002470 Fange, Ragman BLOOD CELLS, HAEMOPOIESIS AND LYMPHOMYELOID TISSUES IN FJSH. 
Nordic Symposium on Fish Immunology, iysefal, Sweden, May 1993 M F Tatner and A E Ellis, editors Fish & 
Sheiltrsh Immunol 4(6) 405 411. 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Dep Zoophysiol,, Univ. Goteborg, S-4 1 3 90 Gotebarg, Sweden] 

95-002471 Fernandes, M. N,; W. R. Barnonuevo and F T Rantm EFFECTS OF THERMAL STRESS ON 
RESPIRATORY RESPONSES TO HYPOXIA OF A SOUTH AMERICAN PROCHILODONTID FISH, 
PROCHILODUS SCROM I Fish Biol. 46(1) 123-133. 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Dep.Physi&l So., Federal Univ, PO. Box 676, 13565-905, Sao Carlos, SP, Brazil] 

95-002472 Fleig, Richard fMBRYOGENEStS IN MOUTH-BREEDING CICHLIDS (OSTEICHTHYES, 
TELEOSTEI), STRUCTURE AND FATE OF THE ENVELOPING LAYER. Wilhelm Roux's Arch Dev Biot 
203(31-124-130.1993 FR 40(2) 

Jlnst. Biol I (Zool ), Albertslf. 21a, D-79104 Freiburg, Germany] 

95002473 Fluck, Richard A, RESPONSES OF THE MEDAKA FISH EGG (ORYZIAS LATIPES) TO THE 
PHOTOLYSIS OF MICROINJECTED NITROPHENYL-EGTA, A PHOTOLABILE CALCIUM CHELATOR. Biol Butt 
(WoodjHote)188(1):1-4. 1995 FR40{2) 

[Biol Dep., Franklin & Marshall Coll , P.O. Box 3003, Lancaster, PA 1 7604[ 

95-002474 Foole, Chris J ; Ian Mayer, Chris C Wood, W. Craig Clarke and J Blackburn. ON THE 
DEVELOPMENTAL PATHWAY TO NONANADROMY IN SOCKEYE SALMON, ONCORHYNCHUS NRKA. 
Can ; Zoo! 72(3)397-405 1994 In English witli French summ FR40(2) 
[School Fish WH-1 0, Univ. Wash , Seattle 981 851 

95 002475 Franklin, Craig L, Tony Crockford; Ian A, Johnston and Collins Kamunde. THE THERMOSTABILITY 
OF HAEMOGLOBINS FROM THE HOT-SPRING FISH, OREOCHROMIS ALCALICUS GRAHAM! 
COMPARISONS WITH ANTARCTIC AND TEMPERATE SPECIES \ Therm Biol 19(4)277-280.1994 FR 40(2) 
jGauy Mar Lab , Univ, St Andrews, St. Andrews, Fife KYI 6 8LB, Scotland] Tilapia mlotica and Notothenia 
cotHceps. 

95-00247& Gazounao, L, and S. A. Sower PITUITARY RESPONSIVENESS TO PERIFUSED LAMPREY GNRH-I 
OR -III AND ANALOGS IN THE ADULT MALE SEA LAMPREY, PEJROMYZON MAR1NUS Am, Zool 34(5)-23 A. 
1994. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[Univ N H, Durham 03324] 

95-002477 Gee, John H and Phyllis A Gee AQUATIC SURFACE RESPIRATION, BUOYANCY CONTROL 
AND THE EVOLUTION OF AIR-BREATHING IN GOBIES (GOBIIDAE PISCES) / fxp, Btol 1 98(1 ) 79-89. 1 995 
FR40(2) 

JDep Zool,, Univ. Maniloba, Winnipeg, MB, Canada R3T 2N2] Favomgobus lamarensts exquisites, 
Pseudogobiuf ohrum, Chlsmydogobms, Mugitogobius paiudis, Crypiocentrotdescnslatus, and Gobius biirenaius 

95-002478 Gevers, Pelra and J.Manuel Denuce. EFFECTS OF RETINOIC ACID ON EPIBOLY CONVERGENCE 

ANDCASTRULATION OF EMBRYOSOFTHEMfDAKA.ORYZMSMT/reS (TELEOSTEI, CYPRINODONTIDAE). 

Wtihelm Roitx's Aich Dev Biol 203(3):169-174 1993. FR 40(2) 

(Denuce: Dep. Zool, Catholic Univ. Nijmegen, Toernooiveld, NL-6525 ED, Nijmegen, Nelherlands] 

95-002479 Glubokov, A I [SOME NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL GROUNDS FOR THE USE OF BIOLOGICALLY 
ACTIVE SUBSTANCES AND FACTORS fOR STIMULATING MATURATION IN FISH.] In Biologically Active 
Substances and Factors in Aquaculiure Collected Papers. A. ! ClubokovandL A Dushktna, editors p 3-28 204 
993 In Russian wllh English summ FR -40(2) 



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95-002480 Glubokov, A I. and L A. Dushkina, editors (BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE SUBSTANCES AND 
FACTORS IN AQUACULTURE COLLECTfcD PAPERS \Atl Union Res tnsl Mar Fish & Oceanogr (M UNIKO) 
210p 1993 In Russian with English abstracts. FR 40(2) 
Selected papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review 

95-002481 Goddard, Sally V and Garth I. Fletcher ANTIFREEZE PROTEINS THEIR ROLE IN COD SURVIVAL 
AND DISTRIBUTION FROM EGG TO ADULT Cod and Climate Change Proceedings of a Symporii/m Held in 
Reykjavik, 23-27 August J 993 lakob lakobsion, editor Int Counc Explor Sea Mar Set Symp Vol. 198 p 676681 
1994 FR40(2) 

[Ocean Sci Cent, Memorial Univ Newfoundland, St, John's, NF, Canada A1C 5S7] Gat/us morhua in Hie 
North Atlantic Ocean. 

95-002482 Gorbman, Aubrey OLFACTORY ORIGINS AND EVOLUTION OF THE BRAIN PITUITARY 
ENDOCRINE SYSTEM: FACTS AND SPECULATION Gen Comp Endocrmol 97(2)171-178 199S FR 40(2) 
[Dep Zool , Univ Wash , Seattle 981 95] Petromyzon mannus 

95 002483 Colo-Nance, Rma; Yusuke Watanabe, Hisao Kamiya and Hitoshi Ida CHARACTERIZATION OF 
LECTINS FROM THE SKIN MUCUS OF THE LOACH MISGURNUS ANGUILLICAUDA7US Fish Sci 
61(1):137-140, 1995 FR 40(2) 

[School Fish Sci , Kitasato Univ,, Sanriku, Iwate 022-01, )apan| 

95002404 Graham, C R, Jr. NMR SPECTROSCOPY OF NITROGEN COMPOUNDS IN NEAR TERM 
SMOOTH DOGFISH MATERNAL AND FETAL TISSUES Am Zool 34(5),34A 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 
[Loyola Coll, Baltimore, MD 21210] tvtustelus cams 

95-002485 Guderley, Helga; Brigitte A Lavoie and Nicole Dubois THE INTERACTION AMONG AGE, 
THERMAL ACCLIMATION AND GROWTH RATE IN DETERMINING MUSCLE METABOLIC CAPACITIES AND 
TISSUE MASSES IN THE THREESPINE STICKLEBACK, GASrEROSKUS ACULEAJUS Fish Pltysiol Btocbcm, 
13(5):419431.1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Biol., Univ Laval, PQ, Canada GlK 7P4[ 

95-002486 Guo, Q M , Y. X Zhang; X.W Lou; N. N Zhuang; Y Y Ding and H L. Huang. [THE CONTROL 
OF IMPORTANT BREEDING FISH REPRODUCTION ] COA (Counc Agnc) fish Ser No 44. p 1-22 1994 In 
Chinese FR 40(2) 
Mug// cephslus. 

95002487 Harper,A A,; I P Newton and P. W Walt THE EFFECTOFTEMPERATUREON SPONTANEOUS 
ACTION POTENTIAL DISCHARGE OF THE ISOLATED SINUS VENOSUS FROM WINTER AND SUMMFK 
PLAICE IPLEURONECTES PLATESSA) I Exp Bio!. 198(1).137-140 1995. FR 40(2) 
|Dep. Anat, & Physiol , Univ Dundee, Dundee DD1 4HN, Scotland] 

95-002408 Hastings, Mardi C,, James J. Fmneran; Arthur N Popper and Pamela J Lanford. DETERMINING 
THE EFFECTS OF LOW-FREQUENCY SOUND ON THE FISH AUDITORY SYSTEM I. Acoust Sac Am 9&(5 
Pt 2)-3297. 1 994, Abstract only FR40(2) 

[Dep.Mech Eng, Ohio State Umv, 206 W 18th Ave, Columbus 43210] 

95002489 Hemig, J A, F W. Keeley and J H Youson SEQUENCE OF A POMC cDNA CLONE FROM 
LAMPREY PITUITARY, Am Zoo/ 34(5)-4A. 1994. Abstract only FR 40(2) 

[Res Inst., Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, ON, Canada] Petromyzon mannus. 

95002490 Hlavova, Vera SELECTED BLOOD CHARACTERS IN CHUB, LEUCtSCUS CEPHALUS L, AND 
BROWN TROUT, SAtMO TRU7TA M FARtO L , WITH REGARD TO THE PROBLEMS OF REFERENCE VALUES 
Folia Zool. 42(4)-341-348 1993 FR 40(2) 

[Inst. Landscape Ecol, Acad Sci,, Kvetna 8, CZ-603 65 Brno, C?ech Republic] 

95 002491 Hoff, Gerald R and Lee A Fuiman. ENVIRONMENTALLY INDUCED VARIATION IN ELEMENTAL 
COMPOSITION OF RED DRUM (SCIAENOPS OCELIA7US) OTOLITHS. fluff. Mar Sci 56(2).570-S9! 199-5. 
FR 40(2) 

(Fuiman' Dep Mar Sci., Umv. Tex. Austin, Mar Sci. Inst., P,O. Box 1 267, Port Aransas 78373-1 2671 

95-002492 Hoffman, L C.;J F PrlnslooJ Theron and N H, Casey. THE GENOTYPIC INFLUENCE OF FOUR 
STRAINS OF CMRM5 GARIEP1NUS ON THE LARVAE BODY PROXIMATE, TOTAL LIPID FATTY ACID, AMINO 
ACID AND MINERAL COMPOSITIONS. Comp, 8/ocnem Physio/ B Comp Biocfiem 11 0(3):589-S97 1995. 
FR 40(2) 

[Aquacull Res. Unit, Umv North, P/BagX1 106 Sovenga, South Africa tel/fax.27-1 52-2682294] 

95-002493 Hoglund, Johan and Lars Pilstrom. MECHANICAL ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION Of 
ANTIGENS FROM ADULT ANGU/Lt/COLA CRASSUS. Ftsh & Shellfish Immunol 5(1):51-60 1995. FR 40(2) 
[Natl. Vet. Inst, Lab Parasitol., P O. Box 7073, S-0750 07 Uppsala, Sweden] Anguiila anguilla 

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95-002494 Houston, A. H, and Julie H Cmgras Bedard, VARIABLE VERSUS CONSTANT TEMPERATURE 
ACCLIMATION REGIMES: EFFECTS ON HEMOGLOBIN ISOMORPH PROFILE IN GOLDFISH, CARASSIUS 
AURATUS Fish Physio! Biochem 13(6)445-450 1994 FR 40(2) 
jDep Biol So, Brock Univ,St Catherines, ON, Canada L2S 3A1] 

95-002495 Huang, I ; J. L, Speaker and D, A Bengtson EFFECT OF TRIIODOTHYRONINE ON SURVIVAL 
AND GROWW OF LARVAL STRIP ED BASS (MORONfS/UMT/US) Am Zoo! 34(5) 2 6A 1994 Abstract only. 
FR40(2) 

[Dep. Zool,, Univ Rl, Kingston 02881] 

95-002496 Hull, E; C Manire, R Huetej- and R Spieler CHANGES IN BLOOD PARAMETERS IN STRESSED 
SHARKS DUE TO CAPTURE AND RESTRAINT,/* Zool 34(5) 36A 1994. Abstract only CR 40(2) 
(Nova Southeast. Univ , Dania, FL] Sphyrna tiburo, Carcharhmus leucas, and C Iimbatus 

95-002497 Husoy, Astnd Metle, Mark S Myers; Maryjean L Willis, Tracy K Collier, Malm Celander and Anders 
Goksoyr IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL LOCALIZATION OFCYP1AANDCYP3A-LIKE ISOZYMES IN HEPATIC 
AND EXTRAHEPATIC TISSUES OF ATLANTIC COD (GADUS MORHUA I}, A MARINE FISH. Toxicof Appf 
Pharmacol 129(2},294-308. 1 994 FR 40(2) 

ILab Mar Mol. Biol , Univ Bergen, HIS, N-5020 Bergen, Norway] 

95-002493 Iger, Y, P H. M. Balm; H A. Jenner and S. E. Wendelaar Bonga. CORTISOL INDUCES 
STRESS-RELATED CHANGES IN THE SKIN OF RAINBOW TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS) Gen Comp 
Endocnnol 97(2).168 198. 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Agric Eng., Tedinian City, 32000 Haifa, Israel) 

95-002499 Imai, Chifumi and Syoiti Tanaka. ANALYSIS OF OVARIAN EGG SIZE FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION 
OF JAPANESE ANCHOVY USING COMPUTER GRAPHICS Fish So 60(6) 695-701. 1994. FR 40(2) 

(Shimonoseki Univ Fish , Nagata-Honmacnj, Shimonoseki, Yamaguchi 759-65, Japan] Engraults /aponlcus in 
japan 

95-002500 Jang, S. L, V. Mulero; L ) Hardie and C J Secombes INHIBITION OF RAINBOW TROUT 
PHAGOCYTE RESPONSIVENESS TO HUMAN TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR a(hTNFcc) WITH MONOCLONAL 
ANTIBODIES TO THE hTNFa 55 kDa RECEPTOR Fish & Shellfish Immunot 5(1 ):61-69 1 995 FR 40(2) 

[Secombes. Dep. Zool., Univ. Aberdeen, Tillydrone Ave, Aberdeen AB9 2TN, Scotland] Oncorhynctnts 
mykhs. 

95002501 Jayne, B. C and G, V Laucler. ARE MUSCLE FIBERS WITHIN FISH MYOTOMES ACTIVATED 
SYNCHRONOUSLY? Am Zoo! 34(5):13A 1994. Abstract only FR 40{2) 

[Univ. Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH -4522 1 1 Micropterus sa/moides 

95002502 Jayne, Bruce C and George V. Lauder ARE MUSCLE FIBERS WITHIN FISH MYOTOMES 
ACTIVATED SYNCHRONOUSLY? PATTERNS OF RECRUITMENT WITHIN DEEP MYOMERIC MUSCULATURE 
DURING SWIMMING IN LARGEMOUTH BASS./ Exp B/o/, 198(3)805-815 1995 FR 40(2) 

|Dep. Biol Sa , Univ Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH 45221-0006] Microplerus salmotdes. 

95-002503 Jensen, Frank B REGULATORY VOLUME DECREASE IN CARP RED BLOOD CELLS 
MECHANISMS AND OXYCENATION DEPENDENCY OF VOLUME-ACTIVATED POTASSIUM AND AMINO 
ACID TRANSPORT/ Exp Biol 198(1):155-165 1995 FR40(2) 

[Insl. Biol, Odense Univ,, Campusvej 55, DK-5230 Odense M, Denmark] Cyptmus carpio 

95-002504 loblmg, Malcolm. FISH BIOENERGETICS. Fish Fish Ser No. 13. 309p, 1 994 Available al $77 50 
{cloth) from Chapman & Hall, One Penn Plaza (41st Floor), New York, NY 10119. FR 40(2) 
|Norwegian Coll Fish. Sclj Univ. Tromso, Tromso, Norway] 

95-002505 Johnson, Stephen L.; Dana Africa; Charline Walker and James A Weston GENETIC CONTROL OF 
ADULT PIGMENT STRIPE DEVELOPMENT IN ZEBRAFISH Dev Biol 167(1)27-33 1995 FR 40(2} 

jlnst Neurosci , Univ. Greg.,, Eugene 97403-1 254. fax:503-346-4540; 

e-mail:sjohnson@uoneuro uoregon edu] Danio teilo. 

95-002506 Jordan, S., T. M Patterson and N. L Collie. INTESTINAL NUTRIENT UPTAKE IN RED DRUM. Am 
Zoo/.34(5)-28A 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

(Tex Tech Univ., Lubbock 79409] Sciaenops ocef/alus. 

95-002507 Jung, A; P. Johnson; J. T. Eastman and A. L DeVries. PROTEIN CONTENT AND FREEZING 
WOIDANCE PROPERTIES OF THESUBDERMAL EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX AND SERUM OFTHE ANTARCTIC 
SNAlLRSttRARAtWVUHSDEWWfS/ Fish Physio! Biochem 14(1) 71 80, 1995. FR 40(2) 

lEaslman. Biol Sci , Ohio Univ., Athens 45701-2979 tel 614-593-2350; fax-614-593-0300; 
e-mail-easlman@ouvaxa cats oriiou edu) 



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95-002508 Kaattdn, Stephen L DEVELOPMENT OF A PISCINE PARADIGM OF IMMUNOLOG1CAL 
MEMORY Nordic Symposium on Fish Immunology, Lysekil, Sweden, May 1993 M F JatnerancIA E Cllis, editors 
Fish & Shelltish Immunol 4(6).447-457, 1994 FR 40(2} 

[School Mar So , Va Inst. Mar Sci , Coll. William & Mary, Gloucester Point 23062] 

95 002509 Kang, Dong-Soo and Bong-Seuk Ha (METABOLISM OF DIETARY CAROTENOIDS AND EFFECTS 
TO INTENSIFY THE BODY COLOR OF CULTURED SEA BASS] Bull Korean Fish Soc 27(3)272-281 1994, In 
Korean with English summ FR 40(2) 

(Dep Food & Nutr , Yosu Nail. Fish Univ , Yosu 550 749, Korea] Lateolabrax /apon/cus 

95002510 Kao, Y H, ] H, Youson and M A Sheridan CHANGES IN THE LIP1D COMPOSITION OF 
LAMPREY, PETROMYZQN MARINUS, DURING METAMORPHOSIS Am Zoo/ 34(5) 30A 1994 Abstract only 
fR40(2) 

|N D. State Univ, Fargo 58102) 

95-002511 Kara, M H and S Labed [EVOLUTION OF CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SPERM OF SPARUS 
AURA7A AND D/CENTRARCHUS MBRAX DURING ONE SEASON OF REPRODUCTION.) Can Bio! Mar 
35(3)281-288 1994 In French with English summ FR 40(2) 

[Dcp, Biol Mar , Residence "Le Belvedere," Rt, du cap de Garde, Annaba 23000, Algeria] 

95002512 Kawamiira, Gunzo and Takashi Shimowada TEMPERATURE-INDEPENDENCE OF THE OPTIC 
CRITICAL DURATION OF THE BLUEG1LL LEPOMK MACROCH/RU5. fls/i Sd 60(2)235-236 1994 FR 40(2) 

|Fac Fish , Kagoshima Univ , Kagoshima 890, Japan) 

95002513 Kelley, K. M.; K Slharath, C S Nicoll, R G.RosenfeldandH, A Bern METABOLIC ALLY-INDUCED 
CHANGES IN INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR BINDING PROTEINS (IGFBPs) 1 CONSERVATION AMONG 
VERTEBRATES? Am Zoo/, 34(5)'42A. 1 994. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[Oreg Health Sci Univ , Portland 97201 ] Gitlichthys mirabitis and Morone saxali/is 

95 002514 Khristophorov, O L. and I G, Murza (DEPENDENCE OF THE VALUE OF SPECIFIC BINDING 
WITH TISSUES OF TESTOSTERONE AND ESTRADIOL ON THE UVELOFTHESE HORMONES IN THE BLOOD 
OF ATLANTIC SALMON SAIMO SALAR L.] In Biologically Active Substances and factors in Aquacullure 
Collected Papers A I Clubokov and L A Dushkina, editors p 71-100,205 1993. In Russian with English surnm 
FR40(2) 

95 00251 5 Kikuchi, Koji, Masaomi Asai, Yasuko Kuboshima; Isarnu Milanl; TatsuyaTakizawa, Muneo Okiyarna 
and Hiroaki Somiya. VISUAL ACCOMMODATION SYSTEM IN THE EYES OF A BERYCID DEEP-SEA FISH BBRYX 
SPLENDENS Fish Sci 6Q(G):691-694 1 994. FR 40(2) 

[Kanagawa Prefectural fish Exp Stn , Jogashima, Miura, Kanagawa 238-02, Japan] 

95-002516 Kisen, Gunn; Claudiane Gallais, Benoit Aupenn; Helge Klungland, Olivier Sandra; Patrick Prunel 
and Oivmd Andersen. NORTHERN BLOT ANALYSIS OF THE Na + , K f -ATPase a-SUBUNIT IN SALMONIDS 
Comp 0/ochem Phystol B Biochem Mol Biol. 107(2):255-259. 1994, FR 40(2) 

[Andersen' Inst. Aquacult Res. Ltd., P.O Box 5010, N-1432 Aas, Norway. tel:47-6491-7966; 
fax 47-64949502] Oncor/iynchus myWss and Catoslomus commersoni. 

95-002517 Kishida, M., K. Johanning, J. L Specker and D A Bengtson. STUDIES ON MACROPROTEIN 
ABSORPTION BY THE INTESTINE OF STRIPED BASS (MORONE SAXAT1LIS) LARVAE USING ANT1SERA TO 
ARTEMIA LIPOVITELLINS. Am Zoo/ 34{5);29A. 1 994. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 
[Univ, R I., Kingston 02881 ) 

95-002518 Kitajima, Chikara; Yasuyuki Yamane and Seiichi Matsui [ONTOGENETIC CHANGES IN SPECIFIC 
GRAVITY DURING EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF BLACK SEA BREAM.] Nippon Suisan Gakkaisht 60(6):755-762 
1 994. In Japanese with English summ. FR 40(2) 

(Fish. Res Lab , Kyushu Univ, Tsuyazaki, Fukuoka 81 1-33, Japan) Acanmopagrus schtegeli. 

95002519 Kolok, Alan S. and Anthony P Farrell THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MAXIMUM CARDIAC 
OUTPUT AND SWIMMING PERFORMANCE IN NORTHERN SQUAWFISH, PTYCHOCHEILUS 
ORECONENSIS- THE EFFECT OF CORONARY ARTERY LIGATION Can / Zoo/ 72(9)-1&87-1G90. 1994. In 
English with French summ. FR 40(2) 

(Dep Zool., Miami Univ., Oxford, OH 45056] 

95-002520 Koumans, J T. M. and H. A Akster. MYOGENIC CELLS IN DEVELOPMENT AND GROWTH OP 
FISH. Comp B/oc/iem Physio/ A Comp, Physiol |10(1):3-20. 1995. FR 40(2) 

(Aksler: Dep. Exp Anim. Morphol, & Cell Btol., Agric. Univ Wagemngen, Marijkeweg 40, NL67Q9 PC 
Wageningen, Netherlands] 

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95-002521 Kovac, Vladimir EARLY DEVELOPMENT Ol- THE BALON'S RUFF, CYMNOCEPHALUS BAIQNI 

HOLCIK & HENSEL, 1974. Folia Zoo! 42(4) 349-360. 1993 FR 40(2) 

[Comemus Univ, Fac. Nat Scu, InsC. ZooL, Mlynska dolina B 2, 842 1 5 Bratislava, Slovakia! 

95 002522 Kovac, Vladimir. EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF RUFF, CYMNOCEPHALUS CERNUUS Folia Zool 
42(3)269-280. 1993 FR40(2) 

IComemus Univ, Fac. Nat Scu, Inst ZooL, Mlynska dolina B2, 842 15 Bratislava, Slovakia] 

95002523 Krajnovic-Ozrelic, M.; M. Najdek and B Ozretic. FATTY ACIDS IN LIVER AND MUSCLE OF 
FARMED AND WILD SEA BASS (DICENTRARCHUS LABRAX L.) Comp Biochem Physiol A Comp Physiol 
109(3}.611-617 1994, FR 40(2) 

[Ozretic. Inst. "Rudjer Boskovic," Cent. Mar. Res, 52210 Rovmj, Croatia tel +305 52 81 1 567, fax:+385 52 
813496] 

95002524 Ku, C. C.; C H Lu; C. H. Kou and S N Chen PURIFICATION AND IMMUNOLOGlCAL 
CHARACTERIZATION OF COLOR CARP (CYPRINUS CARPIO) FIBROBLAST HEAT-SHOCK PROTEINS Comp 
Biochem Physiol. B Biochem Mot Bio) 107(1):14X-159 1994 FR40(2) 

JDep. Zool., Natl. Taiwan Univ., Taipei, Taiwan 1 06] 

95-002525 Kurokura, Hiiashi; Tamayo Malsumoto, Kenji Namba and Shigeru Aoki OXYGEN 
CONSUMPTION OF LARVAL FLOUNDER PARAUCHTHYS OLIVACEUS MEASURED BY AN IMPROVED 
WATER BOTTLE METHOD f/iri Sci 61(1).7-10. 1995. FR 40(2) 

[Fish Lab, Fac Agric, Univ Tokyo, Maisaka, Hamana, Shizuoka 431 02, Japan] 

95002526 Laurent, Pierre; Suzanne Dunel-Erb; Claudme Chevalier and Jacques Lignon GILL EPITHELIAL 
CELLS KINETICS IN A FRESHWATER TELEOST, QNCORHYNCHUS MYKISS DURING ADAPTATION TO 
ION-POORWATERANDHORMONAL TREATMENTS. Fish Physiot Biochem 13(5).353-370 1994, FR 40(2) 
(IBRueSciene, F-671 17 Ittenheim, France. tel:33 8B 28 59 24, fax 33 88 69 08 13) 

95-002527 Lebedeva, W E, and T. V. Golovkma (INFORMATIVE ROLE AND SOME BIOCHEMICAL 



Collected Papers A. I Glubokovandi A Dusbkrna, editors p, 121-128,206. 1993. In Russian with English summ 
FR 40(2) 

95-002528 Lebedeva, N E and T. V Golovkma. [STRESS IN FISH CAUSED BY BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE 
COMPOUNDS, AND POSSIBLE WAYS OF ITS ADJUSTMENT ] In Biologically Active Substances and r<tctois in 
Aquaculture Collected Papeis A I Glubokovandi A Dushktna, editors p 128-139, 206. 1993. In Russian with 
English summ, FR 40(2) 

Hypophthafmichihys molitnx 

95-002529 Lessard, Joanne; Adalberto L Val, Sumi Aota and David) Randall. WHY IS THERE NO CARBONIC 
ANHYDRASEACFIVtTYAVAILABLETO FISH PLASMA?; Exp Biol 198(1)31-38 1995 FR 40(2) 
|Dep Zool , Univ. British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada V6T 2A9] Oncorhynchus myktss. 

95-002530 Li Chaojun, Liu Rong-Zhen; Wang Hao and Liu Zhi-Hui ITHE IMMUNOCYTOCHEMlCAL 
LOCALIZATION OF LIPOVITELLIN AND YOLK PROTEIN L IN CA RASSIUS AURATUS CUVIRI,\Acta Zool Sin 
40(3)329 330, pi. I 1994 In Chinese with English summ. FR 40(2) 
[Oep BioF, Nanjing Univ, Nanjing 2 1000B, Chma| 

95-00253! Linhari, O. and R. Bitlard. SPERMIATION AND SPERM QUALITY OF EUROPEAN CATFISH 
(S1LURUS GLANtS L ) AFTER IMPLANTATION OF GnRH ANALOGUES AND INJECTION OF CARP PITUITARY 
EXTRACT. / Appt Ichthyol 10(2-3)182-188.1994 FR 40(2) 

[Drv Biotechnol.Reprod & Genet Fish, Angers Univ,, CHRU, F-49033 Angers Ccdex, France] 



-' 1 Slrzezek - M Luczynski and T F Naesje CATALYTIC PROPERTIES OF HATCHING 
ENZYME OF SEVERAL SALMONID SPECIES Arch. Hydmbio! 131(4)-503-511 1994 FR 40(2) 

Jpep Anim Biochem, Univ. Agric &Technol ,10-718 Olsztyn-Kortowo Bl 37, Poland] 5a/mo sa/ar, 5, truita, 
and salvelinus alpinus 



w ^ Of EXERCISE ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF ENZYMES 

KAr W f H ^ MUS ; C i E ^ N K ' NETIC PROPERTIES F AMP-DEAMINASE FROM FREE AND BOUND 
FRACTIONS. fishPhysioi Biochem 13(5}.407-418. 1994. FR 40(2) 



I S iSLS f^ Che ^ & P e? - B J 1 ' Carleto " Univ " " awa - ON, Canada K1S 5B6 t e |,613-788-3676; 
:613-788-4389] Oncorhynchus myktss 



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95-002534 Lysfjord, Crete and M Staurnes. EFFECT OF DIFFERENT PHOTOPERIOD AND WATER 
TEMPERATURE ON SMOLTIFICATION IN ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO SALAR) AND ARCTIC CHARR 
(SALVELINUS ALPINUS) Workshop on the Postsmolt Biology ofSalmonids in Ranching Systems, November ] 0-12, 
1992, Umea, Sweden Torletf Eriksson and Jorborn larvi, editors Norcl I Freshwater Res No 69 p 101-1994 
Abslract only FR 40(2) 

[Nordland Coll , Bodo, Norway] 

95002535 Maddock, D M and M. P. M Burton SOME LTFECTS OF STARVATION ON THE LIPID AND 
SKELETAL MUSCLE LAYERS OF THE WINTER FLOUNDER, PLEURONECfES AMERICANUS Can I Zoo/ 
72(9)1672-1679.1994 In English with French summ FR 40(2) 

jBurton Dep. Biol & Ocean Sci, Cent , Memorial Univ , St John's, NF, Canada A 1 B 3X9] 

95-002536 Malison, Jeffrey A , Lynne S. Procanone; Terence P. B<irry, Anne R Kapusunski and Terrence B 
Kayes, ENDOCRINE AND GONADAL CHANGES DURING THE ANNUAL REPRODUCTIVE CYCLE Of THE 
FRESHWATER TELEOST, ST/ZOSTfD/ON VITREUM Fish Physiol Btochem. 13{G}'473-484, 1994. FR 40(2) 
[Univ, Wis Aquacult Program, Dep Food Set , 103 Babcock Hall, Madison 537061 

95-002537 Mananos, E., ]. Nunez, S Zanuy, M Carnllo and F Le Menn SEA BASS (DICENJRARCHUS iABRAX 
I ) VITELLOGENIN. II - VALIDATION OF AN ENZYME-LINKED IMMUNOSORBENT ASSAY (ELISA) Conip 
Biochem Physiol B Biochem Mol Biol 107(2):21 7-223 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Zanuy Inst Acuiailt, Torre Sal, Ribera Cabanes, 12595 Torre Sal, Castelron, Spam fax-9 64-3 1-03-50] 

95002538 Mananos,E;S Zanuy, F LeMennjM Camlloand) Nunez SEA BASS (DICENTRARCI tUS LABRAX 
L) VITELLOGENIN. I - INDUCTION, PURIFICATION AND PARTIAL CHARACTERIZATION, Comp fl/ocnpm 
I'hysiol BBiochem Mol Biol 107(2)-205-216. 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Zanuy Inst Acuicult. Torre Sal, Ribera Cabanes, 12595 Torre Sal, Castellon, Spain fax 964-31-03-50) 

95002539 Mark, W.; W. Wieser and C. Hohenauer INTERACTIONS BETWEEN DEVELOPMENTAL 
PROCESSES, GROWTH, AND FOOD SELECTION IN THE LARVAE AND JUVENILES OF RU7ILUS RUTILUS 
(L l(CYPRINIDAE). Oecologia (Berl ) 78(3):330 337 1 989. FR 40(2) 

95002540 Martinez, Iciar and Jorgen 5 Christiansen MYOFIBRILLAR PROTEINS IN DEVELOPING WHITE 
MUSCLE OF THE ARCTIC CHARR, SALVELINUS ALPINUS (L.). Comp Biochem Physio! B Biochem. Mol Biol 
107(1 ):1 1-20, 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Norwegian Inst. Fish. & Aquacult., P O. Box 2511, 9002-Tromso, Norway, lel-47 83-29000, fax 47-83 29100] 

95002541 Masmi, Maria Angela; Monica Devecchi; Laura Napoh and Bianca Maria Uva A LOCAL 
RENIN-ANGIOTENSIN-LIKE SYSTEM IN THE HEART OF AN AFRICAN LUNGFISH {PRO7OPTERUS 
ANNEC7ENS) Comp Biochem Physiol AComp Physio/ 110(3):229-233 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Isl.Artal Comp., Vlale Benedetto XV no 5, 16132 Geneva, Italy tel 39-10-3538050, fax 39-10-3538047) 

95002542 Matsubara, Takahiro. ROLE OF URINE IN THE SPAWNING OF FEMALE ROSE B1TTERLING, 
RHODEUS OCELLATUS OCULA7U5. Fish Physiol Biochem. 1 3(5) 399 '105. 1 994 FR 40(2) 

(Hokkaido Natl Fis>h Res Inst,, 1 16, Katsurakoi, Kushiro, Hokkaido 085, Japan] 

95-002543 Matsubara, Takahiro; Akihiko Hara and Kazunori Takano. CATION1C CONSTITUENTS, PROTEIN 
CONCENTRATION, AND OSMOLALITY OF COELOMIC FLUID IN SALMON1D FISH Fish Set 61{1).127-130. 
1995. FR 40(2) 

[Hokkaido Nail. Fish. Res. Inst., Katsurakoi, Kushiro, Hokkaido 085, Japan] 

95 002544 Matsunaga, Takeshi and Clisabet Andersson. EVOLUTION OF VERTEBRATE ANTIBODY GENES. 
Nordic Symposium on Fish Immunology, Lysekil, Sweden, May (993 M F Talner and A E Ellis, editors Fish & 
Shellfish ttnmunol 4(6)-413-419. 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Dep Cell & Mol Biol., Univ. Umea, Umea S-901 87, Sweden] 

95 002545 Matsuyama, Michiya; Takumi Fukuda; Shigeru Ikeura; Yoshilaka Nagahama and Shuhei Malsuura 
SPAWNING CHARACTERISTICS AND STEROID HORMONE PROFILES IN THE WILD FEMALE JAPANESE 
SARDINE SARDINOPS MELANOSTICTUS Fish Set. 60(6):703-706. 1994. FR 40(2) 
[Fac. Agric, Kyushu Univ, Fukuoka 812, Japan) 

95-002546 Matsuyama, Michiya, Miki Yoneda; Hiroyuki Takeuchi; Hirohiko Kawagd, Masaaki Kasniwagi; 
Kazuo Tabata; Yoshitaka Nagahama; Slugeho Ijirl; Shmji Adachi and Kohei Yamauchi DIURNAL PERIODICITY 
IN TESTICULAR ACTIVITY IN THE JAPANESE FLOUNDER PARAUCI-tTHYS OLIVACEUS. Fish Sci 61{1):17-23. 
1995. FR 40(2) 

[Fac. Agrlc, Kyushu Univ., Fukuoka 812, Japan) 

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95 00254? McDonald, C G and C W Hawryshyn INTRASPECIFIC VARIATION OF SPECTRAL SENSIHVITY 
fNTHREESPJNE STICKLEBACK {CASTEROSTEUS ACULEAJUS) FROM DIFFERENT PHOTIC REGIMES / Corny) 
Phyaal A Sens Neural Behav Phyaoi 176(2) 255-260 1995 FR 40(2) 
[Univ Victoria, Dep Biol, Box 1 700, Victoria, BC, Canada V8W 2Y2] 

95002548 McVey, D C., D, Riltschof, P ) Mannon and S R Vigna LOCALIZATION AND 
CHARACTERIZATION OF NEUROPEPTIDE Y/PEPTIDE YY RECEPTORS IN THE BRAIN OF THE SMOOTH 
DOGFISH (MU57ELU5C4NB) Am Zoo! 34(5) 1 9A 1 994, Abslracl only FR 40(2) 
(Duke Univ, Mar Lab, Beaufort, NC| 

95-002549 Melamed, Philippa; Noa Eluhu, Berla Levavi-Sivan, Michal Ofir; Odelia Farchi-Pisanly, Francoise 
Rentier Delrue, Jean Smal; Zvi Yaron and ZvE Naor, HYPOTHALAMIC AND THYROIDAL REGULATION OF 
GROWTH HORMONE FN TILAPIA Gen Comp Endocnno/ 97(1)13-30 1995 FR 40(2) 
|Dep Zool, Tel-Aviv Univ, Tel Aviv 69978, Israel) Jilapis nilottca x T aurea 

95-002550 Mellmger, lean. [THE ROLE OF THYROID HORMONES IN FISH DEVELOPMENT ] Bull Soc Zoo! 
Fr 119(4}'3l5-324 1994 In French with English summ. FR 40(2) 

[Lab.Biol Anim., Unite Rech Mode Action Hormonal (URMAH), Fac. Sci , R P 347, 51062 Reims Cede*, 
France] 

95-002551 Meseguer, Jose; Antonio Lopez-Ruiz and M Angeles Esteban. CYTOCHEMICAL 
CHARACTERIZATION OF LEUCOCYTES FROM THE SEAWATER TELEOST GILTHEAD SEABREAM (SPARU$ 
AUKATA L) HBlochemiOry 102(1)37-44. 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Dep Cell Biol , Fac Biol,Umv Murcia, E-30100 Murcia, Spam] 

95-002552 Miloilin, A. E [SPECTRAL PROPERTIES OFCAROTENOIDS IN EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENTOF 
TELEOST FISHES CAUSES OF VARIATIONS.] In Biologically Active Substances and Factors m Aquacvlturc 
Collected Papers A 1 GtubokovandL A Dvshkina, editors p 163-177,207 1993 In Russian with English summ 
FR 40(2) 

Casierosteus acu/eatur and Satmo sa/ar. 

95-002553 Mita, Masatoshi, Michiyasu Yoshikuni and Yoshilaka Nagahama G PROTEINS AND ADENYLYl. 
CYCLASE IN OVARIAN GRANULOSA CELLS OF AMACO SALMON (ONCORHYNCHUS RHODURUS) Mo! 
Cell Endoamol 105(1) 83 38. 1 994. FR 40(2) 

iNagahama. Lab. Reprod. Biol, Nail Insl Basic Biol, Okazaki 444, Japan, tel 81 5G4 55 7550, fax-81 564 
55 7556] 

95 002554 Miyasahi, Taiko; Mamom Sato, Rei;i Yoshmaka and Monhiko Sakaguchi DETERMINATION OF 
FREE AND ESTERIFIED CARNITINE IN TISSUES OF RAINBOW TROUT BY HIGH-PERFORMANCE LIQUID 
CHROMATOGRAPHV.FBh.5a:60(2}'225-227 1994 FR40(2) 

[Dep, Food Sci & Technol, Shimonoseki Univ Fish, Yoshimi, Shimonoseki, Yamaguchi 759-65, Japan] 
Oncorhync/ius mykiss 

95-002555 Molist, Pilar; Fsabel RodriEue2-Moldes; Trevor F, C Batten and Ramon Anadon DISTRIBUTION 
OF CALCITONIN GENE-RELATED PEPTIDE-LIKE IMMUNOREACTIVITY IN THE BRAIN OF THE 
SMALL-SPOTTED DOGFISH, SCYUORHINUS CANiCULA L / Comp Neural. 352{3)>33S-350. 1995 FR 40(2) 
[Anadon Dep. Fundamental BJoS, Fac. Biol, Univ. Santiago, Santiago 15706, Spam] 

95-002556 Monod, G; D Saucier, E. Perdu-Durand, M Diallo, 1 -P Cravedi and L Astic. 
BIOTRANSFORMATION ENZYME ACTIVITIES IN THE OLFACTORY ORGAN OF RAINBOW TROUT 
(ONCORHYHCHUS MYKISS) IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL LOCALIZATION OP CYTOCHROME P4501A1 
AND ITS INDUCTION BY p-NAPHTHOFLAVONE. fish fhysiol Biochem 13(6):433-444. 1994 TR 40(2) 
[Lab. Ecotoxicol Aquat , INRA, 65 Rue de St Bneuc, J5042 Rennes Cedex, France] 

95 002557 Mugjya, Yasuo and Satoshi Tanaka INCORPORATION OF WATER BORNE STRONTIUM INTO 
OTOLITHS AND ITS TURNOVER IN THE GOLDFISH CARASS1US AURAJUS: EFFECTS OF STRONTIUM 
CONCENTRATIONS, TEMPERATURE AND 1 7 p ESTRADIOL Fish So 61 (1 ),29-35 1 995 FR 40(2) 
[Fac Fish., Hokkaido Univ, Minaro, Hakodate, Hokkaido 041, Japan! 

95-002558 Munilla-Morar>, R 83OCHEMICAL STUDIES IN MARINE SPECIES - II, NADP*-DEPENDENT 
ISOCITRATf DEHYOROGENASE FROM TURBOT (SCOPHTHALMUS MAXIMUS I ) LARVAE, Comp Biochem 
Phystal BBiochem Mo/ Bio! 107(1) &1-68. 1994. FR 40(2) 

|lnst. Invest. Mar., C S.I C , Eduarcfo Cabello, 6. E-36208, Vigo (Pontevedra), Spain] 

95-002559 Mushiake, Keiichi, Kazutoshi Kawano; Walaru Sakamoto and Izumi Hasegawa EFFECTS OF 
EXTENDED DAYLENGTH ON OVARIAN MATURATION AND HCG-INDUCED SPAWNING IN YELLOWTAIL 
FED MOIST PELLETS. Fish Set. 60(6):647-65 1 1 994. FR 40(2) 

JKomame Stn Japan Sea f anting Assoc, Komame, Otsuki, Hata, Kochi 788-03, J<ipan) Sertola qumqueradtota 



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95 002560 Mussulman, Natalie ) , Mark S Peterson and Waller ) Diehl THE INFLUENCE OF SALINITY AND 
PREY SALT CONTENT ON GROWTH AND INTESTINAL NaVK + ATPase ACTIVITY OF JUVENILE BLUEGILL, 
LEPOMIS MACROCHIRUS Environ Biol Fishes 42(3)-303-311 1995 FR 40(2) 
[Miss. State Univ, Dep Biol Sci, Mississippi State 39762] 

95-002561 Mustala,Md G,T UminoanclH Nakagawa.THEEFFECTOFSPJRUi/iVA FEEDING ON MUSCLE 
PROTEIN DEPOSITION IN RED SEA BREAM, PACRUS MAIQR / Appl Ichthyol 1 0(2-3) 1 41-1 45 1994. FR 40(2) 
[Lab Aquacult, Fac Appl Biol Sci, Hiroshima Univ, Higashi Hiroshima 724, Japan] 

95002562 Mylonas, Costadmos C, Craig V Sullivan and Jeffrey M Hmshaw THYROID HORMONES IN 
BROWN TROUT (SALMO JRUTTA) REPRODUCTION AND EARLY DEVELOPMENT, Fish Physiai Biochcm 
13(6)485493 1994, FR 40(2) 

(Cent. Mar Biotech nol , Univ Md, Syst , 600 E Lombard St , Baltimore 21202 
e-mail mylonas@mbimail umd cdu| 

95 002563 Nagae, Masaki, Hirotoshi Fuda, Akihiko Hara, Mmeo Saneyoshi and Koliei Yamauchi CHANGES 
IN SERUM CONCENTRATIONS OF IMMUNOGLOBULIN M (IgM), CORTISOL AND THYROXINE (T 4 ) 
DURING SMOLTIFI CATION IN THE MASU SALMON ONCORHYNCHUS MAiOU Fish Sci 60(2) 241-242 
1994 FR40(2) 

|Dcp. Biol , Fac. Fish , Hokkaido Univ, Hakodate, Hokkaido 041, Japan] 

95-002564 Nakagawa, Hisaki; Tsutomu Sato and Hirokatsu Kubo METHOD NOT REQUIRING MERCURIC 
CHLORIDE FOR THE DETERMINATION OF ACTIVITY OF 5-AMINOLEVULINIC ACID DEHYDRATASE IN 
BLOOD OF CARP CYPRINUS CARPIO Fnh Sci 61(1)-97-99 1995 FR 40{2) 
[Dep Fish,, Fac. Agflc, Kyushu Univ., Fukuoka 81 2, Japan) 

95002565 Nakamura, Kaworu, AIR BREATHING ABILITIES OF THE COMMON CARP. fish. Sci 
60(3).271-274 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Fac. fish,, Kagoshima Univ , Shimoarata, Kagoslnma 890, Japan] Cypnitus carpio 

95 002566 Nakayama, Teruo, Takuya Toyoda and Atsushi Ooi PHYSICAL PROPERTY OF CARP MUSCLE 
DURING RIGOR TENSION GENERATION Fish Sci 60(6):717-721. 1994 FR 40(2) 
{Fac Biores,, Mie Univ., Kamihama, Tsu, Mie 514, Japan] Cypunus carpio 

95-002567 Nguyen, Julie T THE ROLE OF STRESS PROTEINS IN CONFERRING H EAT-RESISTANCf IN A 
FATHEAD MINNOW, PIMEPHALES PROMELAS, CELL LINE. MS thesis, Cain State Univ (Long Bench) 115p 
1994 From Masters Abstr, Inl 33(1).133 1995, Order No MA1 357624. FR 40(2) 

95002568 Nldu,E E and L. R. McEdward TESTINGTHEUSE OF EGCSIZEAS A MEASURE OF MATERNAL 
INVESTMENT IN THC MUMMICHOG, FUNDULUS HETEROCLnUS Am Zoo/ 34(5} 7A 1994 Abstract only 
FR40(2) 

[Dep Zool.,Umv Fla., Gainesville 32601] 

95 002569 Nielsen, Michael E ; Lars Boesgaard, Ruston M. Sweeting, Brian A McKeown and Per Rosenkilde 
PLASMA LEVELS OF LACTATE, POTASSIUM, GLUCOSE, CORTISOL, GROWTH HORMONE AND 
TRIIODO-L-THYRONINEIN RAINBOW TROUT(ONCORHWCHUSMyKfSS) DURING EXERCISE ATVARIOUS 
LEVELS TOR 24 H. Gin / Zoo/ 72(9) 1643-1647. 1994 In English with French summ. FR 40(2) 

[Zoophysiol. Lab,, August Krogh Inst., Univ. Copenhagen, 13 Universitetsparkcn, DK-2 1 00 Copenhagen O, 
Denmark] 

95 002570 Nonaka, Masaru, MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF THE LAMPREY COMPLEMENT SYSTEM Nordic 
Symposium on tosh Immunology, Lysekil, Sweden, May 1993 M f Tatner<intM E. Ellis, editors. Fish & Shellfish 
Imimmol 4(6).437-446 1994. FR 40(2) 

(Dep Biochem, Nagoya Cily Univ Med School, Mizuhoku, Nagoya 467, Japan) 

95-002571 Norberg, Birgitta. ATLANTIC HALIBUT (HIPPQGLOSSUS HIPPOGLOSSUS) VITLLOG[NIN. 
INDUCTION, ISOLATION AND PARTIAL CHARACTERIZATION Fish Physio! Biochem 14(1):l-13. 1995 
FR40(2) 

[Inst Mar. Res , Austevoll Aquacult. Res Sin., N-5392 Storebo, Norway] 

95-002572 Ogata, Hiroshi; Shojl Kitamura and Fumio Takashima. RELEASE OP 
I3,14DIHYDRO-15-KETO-PROSTAGLANDIN h*, A SEX PHEROMONE, TO WATER BY COBiTID LOACH 
FOLLOWING OVULATORY STIMULATION, Fish Sci 60(2) 143 148 1994. FR 40(2) 
[Nail Res. Inst. Aquacult., Nansei, Mie 516-01, Japan] Misgurnus angwlhcaudaw 

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PHYSIOLOGY (Cortliniiecl) 

950Q2573 Ogawa, Masahiro, Toru Tamiya and Takahide Tsuchiya THERMAL STABILITY OF u 
STRUCTURE OF FISH MYOSIN RODS Comp 8/ocne/n Phyaol B Diochom Mo/ Biol 1 1 0(2) 367-170, 
fR 40( 2 J 

(Den Chem, Fac Sci & Tehcnol , Sophia Umv, 7-1, Kioi-Cho, Cluyoda ku, Tokyo 102, 
lei 81-3 32JB-3363, fa*,81-3 3238 3361] Senok qumqueradiaia and Hexagramroos otakit. 

1500257'! Oka, Yoshitaka TETRODOTOX IN-RESISTANT PERSISTENT Na"" CURRENT UNDERLYING 
PACEMAKER POTENTIALS OF FISH GONADOTROPHIN-RELEASING HORMONE NEURONES / W>/s/oJ, 
Kami/ 482(1) 1-6 1995 FR40(2) 

LZool Insl , Grid School Sci , Univ Tokyo, Tokyo 1 1 3, Japan| Co/i5a lalia. 

95002575 Okimolo, D, K and M H Slelson PHOTIC REGULATION Or MELATONIN SCCRETION JN 

PERIFUSEDPINEALGLANDSOFTHESAILFINMOLL^POfOiMVtt/FfRA Am Zool 34(5) 1 BA 1994.AhraU 
only FR40(2) 

[Univ Del, Newark 19711] 

95002576 Oltuzawa, Koichi, Kiyoshi Furukawa, Kaisumi Aida and Isao Hanyu THE EFFECTS OF WATER 
TEMPERATURE ON GONADOTROPIN RELEASING HORMONE CONTENTS IN THE DISCRETE BRAIN AREAS 
AND PITUITARY OF MALE \iOHMQRQKQGNATHQPOCON CAtRULESCENS Fish Sci 60(2):1S5-1S8. 1994. 



[Inland Stn.Nal! Res Inst Aquaoilt,Tamaki, Walarai, Mte 519-04Japan] 

95-002577 Ota, Toru, Yoshikuni Chthara, Yutaka llabashi and Tom Takagi. OCCURRENCK OF 

ALL C fi6,9,U,15,18,21-TETRACOSAHEXAENOlC ACID IN FLATFISH LIPIDS F IS h Sci &0(2).1?1-175. 
- 



[Fac Fish .Hokkaido Umv, Mmato, Hakodate, Hokkaido 041 l }zpan]Hippo8lossoidesdubius t AcanlhopscHa 
totimi, Oeathenes teirenifwrn, and GlyplQcephalus stellen m Japan and Ihe Sea of Japan. 

KcKf^cJR 1 !* ,' 1 ' 5 M ' R Ml| no2-Cha P uli; V. De Andres, R L,iw s on, S Heath and P. H Davles THE 
EFFECTS OF CALCITONIN ON SERUM CALCIUM LEVELS IN IMMATURE BROWN TROUT, SALMO JRUTTA 
Cen Comp Endocrine! 97(1)42-48 1995 FR 40(2} 

[Lab Fish Phystol , Oep, Biol Su , Univ Salford, Salford MS 4WT, England] 



TF-Sp 2 FHA 9 Tt f?F e T c V ^S^ lai ' Olga S K| y <ldlko and ^aterrna S Polosukhina. ACCLIMATION 
DEHYI^ AND STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES OF LAC1ATE 

D ^"^ <*"* fto 

[N K Koltsov Insi Dev Biol , Russ.an Acad So , 36 Vdwlov Sir , Moscow 1 1 7 80S, Russia! 



, ; F Leatlierla " d 'G.M Brown and S. F P.ng ACOMPARA1IVE 

w 1 J H ^ IOD MELATONIN BINDING SITES IN THE HEARTS OF THREE 
yst ' e ' oc/iem 13[5)37]-J78. 1994 FR 40(2) 

MST ] R 



^ Ha ' (COMPARISON OF CAROTENOID 

T^ MUDDY IOACH - MISCURNW 

(2) A ' ft ' #Rweanfis/ ' 5oc 27(3)-265-2/1. 1 994 In Korean 

ep Food &Nul f ,Gv e ong 5 ang Nail Uiwjinju 660-701, KoreaJ 

n 13(5) J79-386 1994 FR40P) ^INSOW TROUT, ONCOKHYNCHUS MYKISS Fish Phy^f. 
[Dcp 2oo^ ys ,ol,Go te hoUnn, ( Med,ana re8 a l an 18.S413 90Goteb O r g , 



MAX.MUMS , 

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^ EXUAL D| MORPHISM IN THF. REACTION Or 

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PHYSIOLOGY (Continued) 

95-002586 Podushka, S B [DURATION OP MATURATION IN STURGEON FEMALES INjCTEL> Al 
VARIOUS TIMES OF THE DAY ] In Biologically Active Substances a/id facio/s in Aquaculture Collected Kipofi 
A I Glubokov and L A Dushkma, editors p 49-52, 204 1993 In Russian with English summ FR40(2) 
Acipenser queldenslaedtt 

95-0025S7 Postner, Martin and Bernd Kramer ELECTROSENSORY THRESHOLDS IN LARVAE OF THr- 
WEAKLY ELECTRIC FISH POLLIMYRUS ISIDORI (MORMYRIDAE, TELEOSTEI) DURING ONTOGENY / Cxp 
Biol 198(3)783-791.1995 FR 40(2} 

(Zool Inst. Univ, D-93040 Regensburg, Germany) 

95002S88 Ranawickrama, A S K, P R T CumaranalunE'i and Hakan Wickstroni CHANGES IN BODY 
CONSTITUENTS OF ANGUILLA BICOLOR AND ANGUILLA NEBULOSA DURING THEIR DEVELOPMENT 
Report of the 1 994 Session of the EIFAC/ICES Working Croup on fel Oviedo, Spain, 26 September I October 
1994 EIFAC (Eur. Inland fish Advis Comm) Occas Pap No 30 p 6, 17 1994 Abstract only, FR 40(2) 

|Dep Fish Fiiol,Umv Ruhuna, Wellamadama, Matora, Sri Lanka te! 9441 2681, exl 451 1, fax "3441 3122) 

95002509 Reddy, P, K and J F Leathcrland INFLUENCE OF THE COMBINATION OF TIME OF FEEDING 
AND RATION LEVEL ON THE DIURNAL HORMONE RHYTHMS IN RAINBOW TROUT Fish Physiot flioc/icm 
14(1)25-36 1995, FR 40(2) 

(Leatherland Inst Ichlhyol & Dep, Biomed Sci,, Univ Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada N1G 2WI] 
Oncorhynchtis mykiss 

95002590 Roberls, M L;S ) Davies and A L Pulsford. THE INFLUENCE OF ASCORBIC ACID {VITAMIN 
C) ON NON-SPECIFIC IMMUNITY IN THE TURBOT (SCOPHWALMUS MAXIMUS L ). Fish & ShellHsh tmmunol 
5(1)27-38 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Pulsford Plymouth Mar Lab, Citadel Hill, Plymouth PL1 2PB, England] 

95-002591 Rocha, Eduardo; Rogerio A, F Montciro and Carlos A Pereira PRESENCE OF RODLETCEUS IN 
THE INTRAHEPATIC BILIARY DUCTS OF THE BROWN TROUT, SAIMO TRUTTA FARIO LINNAEUS, 175(1 
(TELEOSTEI, SALMONIDAE). Can / Zool 72(9) 1 683-1 C87 1994. In English with French summ. FR 40(2) 

(Lab. Hist, & Embryol, Inst Biomed. Sci, Abel Salazar, Univ. Oporto, & Inst Mar. Res. (IMAR), Largo Prof 
Abel Salazar No 2, 4050 Porto, Portugal] 

95-002592 Roed.K H ; A. K. Dehli, R FlengsrudjL Midthjell and K, A.Rorvik IMMUKOASSAY AND PARTIAL 
CHARACTERIZATION OF SERUM TRANSFERRIN FROM ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO SAIAR L ) IWt & 
Shellfish Immunot 5(1)71-80 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Morphol, Genet &Aquat. Biol, Norwegian Coll Vet Med,Pob 8146Dep y N-0033Oslo I.Norw.iy] 

95-002593 Roahi, Nabila, Abdul Majeed Cheema, Rizwana Saeed and Muhammad Yaqoob Javaicl, SOMF 
STUDIES ON THE ROLE OF GLUCACON ON CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM OF A MA]OR CARP, LABEO 
ROHITA Pak I Zool 26(3)213-217 1994 FR 40(2) 
[Punjab Fish Dep , 2-Sanda Rd., Lahore, Pakistan] 

95-002594 Rubin, D A and R. M, Dores ARE THE HOLOSTEI A NATURAL GROUP? AN ANALYSIS BASED 
ON NEOPTERYGH GH SEQUENCES Am Zool 34(5)-5A. 1 994 Abstract only. FR 40(2) 
[Univ. Denver, Denver, CO 80210) Amm calva and Lepisostcus osseus 

95-002595 Sakal, Tadaslii and Hisashi Murata HYDROGEN PEROXIDE CONCENTRATION IN THE PLASMA 
OF THREE FISH SPECIES F/i/i Sci 60(3)349-350 1994, FR 40(2) 

[Fac Agric, Miyazaki Univ, Miyazaki, Miyazaki 889-21, Japan] Senola quinquciadiata, Pagtus ma/or, and 
Oncorhync/ius mykisi 

95-002596 Sakamoto, T, B S Shepherd; R.S Nislnoka; S.S.Madsen;) Siharalh, N H.Richmanlll ( T.T Chen, 
H. A Bern and E G Grau OSMO REGULATORY ACTIONS OF GROWTH HORMONE IN AN ADVANCED 
TELEOST Am Zool 34(5):43A 1994 Abstract only FR40(2) 
(Univ. Hawaii, Honolulu 96822] Titapta mossambtca 

95-002597 Schlenk, Daniel and R Li ScMenk CHARACTERIZATION OF LIVER FLAVIN-CONTAININf, 
MONOOXYGENASE OF THE DOGFISH SHARK (SQUALUS ACANTHIAS) AND PARTIAL PURIFICATION Ol 
LIVER FLAVIN CONTAINING MONOOXYGENASE OF THE SILKY SHARK (CARCHARHINUS FALCIfORMIS) 
Comp Biochem Physiol B Btochem Mol Biol 109(4).655-664 1994 FR 40(2) 
[Div. Toxicol., Univ, Arkansas Med, Sci , Little Rock 72205] 

95-002598 Schneider, Rudy Jay USE OF FLOW CYTOMETRY AS A METHOD OF SPERM EVALUATION 
FOLLOWING CRYO PRESERVATION IN RAINBOW TROUT AND WHITE STURGEON M S thesis, Univ. Idahn 
23p. 1993 FR40(2) 

Oricorhynchus mykiss and Acipenser transmontanus. 

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95 002599 Sdiolland, Judith; Oleg Sliuptiakov, Marlin Wikstrom, Lennart Brodin, Meera Srimvasan, Zhi bing 
You, Mario HerreraMarschitz, Weiqi Zhang, Tornas Hokfelt and Sten Gnllner CONTROL Or LAMPREV 
LOCOMOTOR NEURONS BY COLOCALiZED MONOAMINE TRANSMITTERS Nature (Lond ) 
37-1(6519} 266 268 1995 FR 40(2) 

|Oillner Nobel Inst NeuropnysioL, KaroEmska Inst, S-171 77 Stockholm, Sweden] Lampetra ttuvialilis and 
tchttiyomyzon irmcuspis 

95 002600 Schreiber, A S and R ]. While OSMO REGULATORY PROGRESSION IN STUNTING COHO 
SALMON AND EFFECTS OF GROWTH HORMONE INJECTIONS ON FRESH WATER-ADAPTED AMD 
SHORT-TERM SALTWATER-RE INTRODUCED STUNTS Am Zool 34(5) 43A 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 
(East. Wash Univ, Cheney 99004] Oncorhynchus kisutch 

95 002601 SchwarUentruber, R Sleven and Robert J. Omeljaniuk THYROTROPIN-RELEASING HORMONE 
RECEPTORS IN THE PITUITARY OF RAINBOW TROUT (ONCORHYWa/WMyK/SS) Gen Comp tndocrtno! 
97(2}:209219. 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Gmeljamuk Dep Biol, Lakehead Univ, Thunder Bay, ON, Canada P7B 5E1] 

95 002602 Seddan, W L and C. L Prosser AN IMPROVED METHOD FOR PREPARATION OF CHANNEL 
CATFISH HEPATOCYTE CULTURES Am Zoo/ 34(5) 29A 1994 Abstract only. FR 40(2) 
[Frostburg Stale Univ, Frostburg, MD 21532] Icialurus punciatus. 

95002603 Seibel, Rebecca, W. B. Stickle and Tapash Das PHYSIOLOGICAL & BIOCHEMICAL CHANGES 
ASSOCIATED WITH CONSTANT HYPOXIC EXPOSURE IN THE GULF KILLIFISH FUNDULUS GRANDIS Am 
loot 34(5}:32A. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 
[La State Univ., Baton Rouge 70BQ3] 

95-002604 Senlhilluimaran, B and K P Joy CHANGES IN HYPOTHALAMIC CATECHOLAMINES, 

OOPAMlNE-p-HYDROXYLASE, AND PHENYLETHANOLAMINE-N-METHYLTRANSFERASE IN THE CATFISH 
HETROPNEUSTES FOSSILIS IN RELATION TO SEASON, RAISED PHOTOPERIOD AND TEMPERATURE, 

OVARIECTOMY,ANDESTRADIOL-17BREPLACEMENT.Gen.Comp endocnnol 97(1) 121-134 1995 FR40(2) 
[joy; Cent Advanced Study Zoot, Banaras Hindu Univ., Varanasi-221 005, India] 

95 002605 Senlhilkumaran, B and K- P. Joy. A TURNOVER STUDY OF HYPOTHALAMIC MONOAMINE 
OXIOASE (MAO) AND EFf ECTS OF MAO INHIBITION ON GONADOTROPIN SECRETION IN THE FEMALE 
CATFISH, HTEROPMEUSJES FOSSIUS Gen Comp, Endocnnol 97(1):1-12 1995. FR 40(2) 
[Cent Advanced Study Zool, Banaras Hindu Univ, Varanasi-221 005, India] 

95-002606 Sephton, D. H, and W R. Driedzic. LOW TEMPERATURE ACCLIMATION DECREASES RATES OF 
PROTEIN SYNTHESIS IN RAINBOW TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS) HEART Fish Physio! Bioctem 
14(1)6369.1995 FR 40(2) 

IDep BioL, Mt, Allison Univ., Sackville, NB, Canada EOA 3CO] 

95-002607 Shall, Ravmdra M; Alan V Young; Elizabeth ). E Feeley and Edward M Donaldson. GROWTH 
AND DIFFERENTIATION OFTHE SECONDARY PALATE IN ATELEOSTEAN FISH, ONCORHYNCHUS KISUTCH. 
j.Exp Zool 271(3):220-227 1995- FR 40(2) 

(Dep. Oral Biol., Univ British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada V6T 1Z7] 

95-002608 Shikata, Takafumi and Sadao Shimeno. METABOLIC RESPONSE TO DIETARY STEARIC ACID, 
LINOlCICACID.ANDHtGHLYLJNSATURATED FATTY ACID IN CARP FtshSd 60(6).735-739 1994 FR40{2) 
[Fac Agric,, Koclii Umv , Monobe, Nankoku, Kochl 783, Japan] 

95-002609 Sidelf, Bruce D; Eluabelh L. Crockelt and William R Driedzic ANTARCTIC FISH TISSUES 
PREFERENTIALLY CATABOLIZE MONOENOIC FATTY ACIDS /. Exp Zool 271(2) 73 81 1995, FR 40(2) 
jDep. Zool. & Cent Mar. Studies, Univ Maine, Orono 04469-5751 ] Gofaionotol/jen g/bben/rons. 

95-002610 SMftesvik, Anne Bent. IMPACT OF PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT ON THE BEHAVIOUR OF COO 
LARVAE. Cod and Climate Change. Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Reykjavik, 23-27 August 1993 Jakob 
lakobsson, editor InL Counc Expfor, Sea Mar Sd Symp Vol 198. p. 646 653 1994 FR 40(2) 
[Inst Mar. Res , Auslevoll Aquacult. Res. Sin., N 5392 Storebo, Norway] Gadus morhua 

95 00261 1 Soderfioim Tana, Lena and Esa Erkamo. THE EFFECT OF STARVATION ONTHEPHYSIOLOGICAl 
CONDITION AND MIGRATORY STATUS OF BALTIC SALMON SMOLTS Workshop on the Postsmolt Biology 
of Safmonit/i m Ranching Systems, November 10 12, 1992, Umea, Sweden. Torletf Eriksson and Jorborn Jarvi, 
editors Word /. Freshwater Res, No. 69. p. 96. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(2} 
(Finnish Game & Fish Res. Insl, Helsinki, Finland] Sa/mo salar in Finland. 



v,, , S wer ' S< t GONAD TROP]N RELEASING HORMONES IN LAMPREYS AND HACFISH Am 
Zoo! 34(5} 4A 1994 Abstract only FR40(2) 

(Univ. N.H , Duiham 03&24) Myx/ne gtuttnosa and P etromyzon marimis. 



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950Q2613 Sower, S A; A. Takahaslu, M Nozaki, H Kawauchi and A Corbman NASOHYPOPHY5IAL 
FACTOR.ANOVELHOMODIMERICGLYCOPROTDNFROMTHELAMPREYPITUITARY Am Zoo/ 34(5)4A 
1994- Abslracl only FR 40(2} 

[Umv, N H , Durham 03824] Petro/nyzon marinus 

95002614 Speilberg, Lars, Oystein Evensen and Per Nafstad LIVER OF JUVENILE ATLANTIC SALMON, 
SALMO 5ALAR I A LIGHT, TRANSMISSION, AND SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPIC STUDY, WIT! I 
SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE SINUSOID Anal Rec 240(3)-291-307 1994 FR 40(2) 
|Evensen Cent Vet Lab,PO Box B1 56, Dep, N 0033 Oslo, Norway] 

95-002615 Starling, Scott M; Rita M Bruckler, R Kirk Slrawn and William H Neill PREDICTING THE 
LETHALITY OF FLUCTUATING LOWTEMPERATURES TO BLUETILAPIA Transom Fah Soc 124(1)112-117, 
1 995. FR 40(2) 

[Neill-Dep Witdl & Fish Sci,Tex A&M Umv Sysl, College Station 77843-2250] Ti/aprs aurea 

95002616 Strange, Richard J, Roger B Pelne and Joseph | Cech, ]r SLIGHT STRESS DOES NOT LOWER 
CRIT1CALTHERMALMAXIMUMS IN HATCHERY-REARED RAINBOWTROUT Folia Zoo! 42(3) 251-256 1993 
FR 40(2) 

[Dep For,, Wildl & Fish,, Univ Tenn , Knoxville 37901] Oncor/iync/ius mykiss 

95-002617 Strehlow, Beate INVESTIGATIONSOFENZYMESOFTHEDIGESriVETRACTOFLFPTOCEPHALI 
Report of the 1994 Session of the EIFAC/ICES Working Croup on Eel, Oviedo, Spain, 26 September- 1 October 
1994.EIFAC(Eur Inland Fish Advis Comm)Occas Pap, No 30 p 3,15 1994 Abstract only. FR 40(2) 
lUmv Rostock, Umversilaetsplatz 5, 18051 Rostock, Germany tel,49381 4981944; fax:49381 4981107] 

95-002618 Strussmann, Carlos A, Frantz Nrn and Fumio Takashima. MICROSCALE VARIATION IN 
EPIDERMAL THICKNESS, DISTRIBUTION, AND SIZE OF MUCUS AND ALARM SUBSTANCE CELLS IN THE 
SKIN OF JUVENILE FANCY CARP (CYPRINUS CARPIO) Copeia 1994(4) 956-961 . 1 994 FR 40(2) 
[Tokyo Umv Fish , Dep Aqual, Biosci , 4-5-7 Konan, Mmato, Tokyo 1 08, Japan] 

95-002619 Suquet, Marc, Roland Billard, Jacky Cosson, Germame Dorange, Laurent Chauvaud, Chantal 
Mugnier and Christian Fauvel SPERM FEATURES IN TURBOT (SCOPH7HALMUS MAXIMUS) A COMPARISON 
WITH OTHER FRESHWATER AND MARINE FISH SPECIES. Aquat LivmgResout 7(4)283-294 1994 In English 
with French summ, FR 40(2) 

[IFREMER, Lab Rech. aquacoles, BP 70, 29280 Plouzane, France] Data for 43 other species 

95-002620 Suzuki, Yuzuru, Minoru Onto, Kiyoshi Furukawa and Katsumi Aida EXISTENCE OF LOW 
MOLECULAR WEIGHT IMMUNOGLOBULIN M IN CARP EGGS Fish So 60(2)159462 1994 FR40(2) 
[Dep, Fish, Fac Agnc,, Umv Tokyo, Yayoi, Bunkyo, Tokyo 1 13, Japan) Cypnnus carpio. 

95-002621 Svembjornsson, B; B. Smedsrod; T Berg and R Seljelid INTESTINAL UPTAKE AND ORGAN 
DISTRIBUTION OF IMMUNOMODULATORY AMINATED p-1,3 D POLYGLUCOSE IN ATLANTIC SALMON 
(SALMOSALARl) Fish & Shellfish Immunol 5(1) 39-50. 1995. FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Exp. Pathol & Anat,, Inst Med Biol., M bygget, Univ Tromso, N-9037 Troniio, Norway] 

95-002622 Taiwo, F A HEMOGLOBIN OF THE LUNG FISH ClARIAS IAZERA' ISOLATION AND OXYGEN 
EQUILIBRIUM STUDIES Comp Biochem Physiol AComp Physiol 110(2}'147-150, 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Chem. & Biol. Chem., Univ Essex, Wivenhoe Park, Colchester, Essex CO4 3SQ, England, tel 0206 
872183, fax:0206 873598] 

95 002623 Takama, Kozo, Tetsuya Suzuki, Katsunori Yoshida, Hirofumi Aral and Hajime Anma. LIPID 
CONTENT AND FATTY ACID COMPOSITION OF PHOSPHOLIP1DS IN WHITE FLESH FISH SPECIES, fish 5ci 
60(2)-177-184 1994 FR40(2) 

(Lab Food Hygiene, Dep. Food Sci &Technol,Fac Fish, Hokkaido Umv, Kahodale, Hokkaido 041, Japan] 
Data for 33 species in Japan and the northwestern Pacific Ocean. 

95-002624 Takemura, Akihiro. VITELLOGENIN-LIKE SUBSTANCE IN THE SKIN MUCUS OF TILAPIA 
QREOCHROMtS MOSSAMBICUS Ftsh. Set 60(6)-789-790. 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Sesoko Sin., Trop. Biosphere Res Cent, Univ Ryukyus, Motobu, Okinawa 905-02, Japan] 

95-002625 Tatner, M F. and A. E. Ellis, editors. NORDIC SYMPOSIUM ON FISH IMMUNOLOGY, IYSEKIL, 
SWEDEN, MAY 1993. Fish & Shellfish Immunot 4(6).403-473. 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Div Evol. & Environ. Biol., Inst Biol. & Life Sci , Univ Glasgow, Glasgow G1 2 8QQ, Scotland] Individual 
papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review 

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05002626 Thomas, S, R Fnlsche and S F Perry PRE AND POST-BRANCHIAL BLOOD RESPIRATORY 
STATUS DURING ACUTE HYPERCAPNIA OR HYPOXIA IN RAINBOW TROUT, QNCQRHYNCHUS MYKtSS. 
I Camp Physio! B Biochem Sysl Environ Physiol 164(6)451-458 1994 FR 40(2) 

[CNRS,UPR 4601, Fac Sci Techniques, Univ Bretagne Occidental^ 6 Ave Victor Gorgeu, FG29287 Bres.1, 
France] 

95 002627 Tim, Rauno, Sanna Somi and Anttt Talo THE EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE AND ADRENERGlC 
AGONISTS ON CARDIAC MYOCYTES OF PERCH (PERCA FLUVIATIUS) IN CELL CULTURE CONDITIONS / 
Therm Biol 19{6).393-401 1994 FR40(2) 

[Dop Biol , Umv Turku, 20500 Turku, Finland] 

95002628 Tocher, Douglas R ; John D Caslell; James R Dick and John R Sargent EFFECTS OF SALINITY ON 
THE GROWTH AND LIPID COMPOSITION OF ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO SALAR) AND TURBOT 
(SCOPHTHALMUS MAXIMUS) CELLS IN CULTURE Fish Physiol Biochem 13(6)451-461 1994 FR 40(2) 
[NERC Unit Aquat.Biochent, School Nat Sci, Umv Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland] 

95-002629 Toop, Marie-Therese NATRIURETIC PEPTIDE RECEPTORS IN THE ATLANTIC HAGHSH, MYXlttt 
GLUTINOSA PhD dtxertmion, Umv Fla 1994 FR 40{2) 

95002630 Toop, Tes, John A Donald and David H Evans LOCALIZATION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF 
NATRIURETIC PEPTIDf RECEPTORS IN THE GILLS OF THE ATLANTIC HAGFISH MYX1NE GIUTINOSA 
(AGNATHA) / ?.p Biol 19B(1):1 17-126 1995 FR 40(2) 
(Oep Zool,Univ Fla, Gainesville 3261 1] 

95-002631 Tranulis, Michael A, Bent Chnstophersen and Borgar Borrebaek. GLUCOSE DEHYDROCENASE 
IN BEEF (BOS TAURUS) AND RAINBOW TROUT IONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS) LIVER A COMPARATIVE 
STUDY Comp Btachem Physio! B Biochem Mai Biof 109(2-3)427-435 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Biochem, Physiol & Nutr, Norwegian Coll Vet Med, PQ. Box 8146, DEP, Oslo, Norway. 
tel 47-22964563) 

95 002632 Tnppel, Edward A and Joanne M Morgan SPERM LONGEVITY IN ATLANTIC COD (GADUS 
MORHUA) Copeia 1994(4) 1025-1029 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Biol Sin,, Dep Fish & Oceanogr, Samr Andrews, NB, Canada EOG 2X0) 

95-002633 Troutaud,D,C LeMorvanandP Doschaux, ASERUM-REDUCEDCULTUREMEDIUMFORCARP 
LYMPHOCYTE IN VITRO MITOCEN INDUCED PROLIFERATION fish & Shellfish Immunol 5(1) 81 84, 1 995 
FR40(2) 

[Lab Gen & Comp Immunophysiol , U E R Sci , 87060 Limoges, France] Cyprtnus carpio 

95002634 Tzeng, Wann-Nian. EFFECTS OF AMBIENT SALINITY AND TEMPERATURE ON OTOLITH 
STRONTIUM/CALCIUM RATIOS OF THE EEL, ANGLJILLA IAPON1CA Report of the 1994 Session of the 
EIFAC/ICES Working Croup on fel, Oviedo, Spam, 26 September-1 October 1994 EIFACfEur Inland Fish Advis 
CommjOccas Pap No 30 p 6,16 1994 Absiract only FR 40(2) 

[Dep Zool, Nail Taiwan Umv N 1-sec 4, Roosevell Rd, Taipei, Taiwan 10617 tel 8862 3639570, fax 8862 
3636837] 

95 002635 Ueda, Hirosln, Munetaka Sliimtzu; Hideaki Kudo, Akihiko Hara; Osamu Hiroi; MasahrrJe 
Kaenyama, Hisao Canada, Hiroshi Kawamurd and Kohei Yamauchi SPECIES-SPECIFICITY OF AN OLFACTORY 
SYSTEM-SPECIFIC PROTEIN IN VARIOUS SPECIES OF TELEOSTS, f/i So 60(2)239-240,1994 FR40(2) 

[Toya Lake Sin. Environ Biol , Fac Fish, Hokkaido Umv, Abula, Hokkaido 049-57, Japan) DaUi for eight 
species iii o 

95-002636 Ura, Kazuhiro, Akihiko Hara; Hiroshi Kawamura and Kohei Yamauchi IMMUNOCHEMICAL 
1 U , ES D ^ N 1 ERUM PROTEINS IN IUVENILE MASU SALMON, ONCORHYNCHUS MASOU Comp S/ocftem 
Physiol RBiachem Mo! Biol 107(2)225-229 1994.FR40(2) 

. ^ a , r ^^ n ^ e -,^ sh Cult Exp Sln ' Fac Fish ' Hokkaido Umv, Nanae, Kameda, Hokkaido 041-11, Japan 
lflx:o I -1 



95002637 Urbinati, E C; M. D Willis and E M Pliselskaya GROWTH PROMOTING ACTIVITY OF 
PROINSULIN IN FISH Am Zool 34(5) 42A 1994 Abstract only. FR 40(2} 
P, Jaboircabal, Brazil] Oncortynchus mykiss and O ner/ca 



M ' BerHan Breukel; Cllldo E E J M van den Tlllllar a "d Albert D F. Addmk. 
c cr FISH ' CARASSIUS ^RATUS |L) DURING NORMOXIA AND ANOXIA 

r,??s A -J?, NS , F R C n AT V ACID CHAIN EL OMGATION Comp B/ocftem Phys,ol B Biochem Mo! B,ol 
IU7(l)7:>o4 1994 FR40(2) 

[Dep Biol (Arum Physiol.), Gorlaeus Lab., PO. Box 9502, 2300 RA, State Umv Leiden, Netherlands] 



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95-002639 van Raaij, Marcel T M , Erik Bakker, Maaike C Nievecti, Hans Zirkzee and Cuido E E J M v.in 
rJenThillart ENERGY STATUS AND FREE FATTY ACID PATTERNS IN TISSUES OF COMMON CARP (CVPR/NUS 
CARP/0, L} AND RAINBOW TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS, I) DURING SEVERE OXYGEN 
RESTRICTION Comp Siochem Physiol AComp Physiol 109(3)755-767 1994 FR40(2) 

(State Univ Leiden, Dep Biol (Anim Physiol.}, Corlaeus Lab, Emstemweg 55, PO Box 9502, 2300 KA 
Leiden, Netherlands) 

95-002640 VanPutte, C L. M ; D S MacKcnzie and ) G Eales. 5'-IODOTHYRONINE OUTER RING 
DEIODINASE IN RED DRUM (SCIAENOPS OCELLATUS). CHARACTERIZATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL 
INFLUENCES Am Zoo! 34(5)-26A 1994, Abstract only FR 40(2) 
(Tex A&M Univ, College Station 77843] 

95-002641 Veillette, Philip A ; Kristma Sundell and Jennifer L Specker CORTISOL MEDIATES THE INCREASE 
IN INTESTINAL ILUID ABSORPTION IN ATLANTIC SALMON DURING PARR-SMOLT TRANSFORMATION, 
Cen Comp Endocrine/ 97(2)250258 1995 FR40(2) 

[Dep, Zool , Univ Olago, P O Box 56, Duncdm, New Zealand fax 64-J 479 7584] Salmo sa/ar. 

95002642 Videler, John ]. FISH SWIMMING Fnh Fish Scr No 8. 260p 1993 Available at $72 50 (cloth) 
from Chapman & Hall, One Penn Plaza (41st Moor), Now York, NY 10119 FR 40(2) 

|Dep. Mar. Biol , Univ Groningcn, Netherlands) 

95002643 Vijayan, M M. and T W Moon THE STRESS RESPONSE AND THE PLASMA DISAPPEARANCE 
OF CORTICOSTERO1D AND GLUCOSE IN A MARINE TELEOST, THE SEA RAVEN Can I Zool 72(3):379-J(H> 
1994. In English with French summ. FR 40(2) 

|EVS Environ. Consult, 195 Pemberton Ave, North Vancouver, BC, Canada V7P ^R4] f Icmitfipterus 
amencanus. 

95002644 Vornanen, Maltl. SEASONAL ADAPTATION OF CRUCIAN CARP (CARASSIUS CARASSIUS L) 
HEART GLYCOGEN STORES AND LACTATE DEHYDROGENASC ACTIVITY Can / Zool 72(3):4.J3-442 1994 
In English with French summ FR 40(2) 

[Dep Biol,, Univ Joensuu, PO Box 1 1 1, 80101 Joensuu, Finland] 

95 002645 Wallaert, Charloltc- and Patrick ] Babm EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE VARIATIONS ON DIETARY 
LIPID ABSORPTION AND PLASMA LIPOPROTEIN CONCENTRATIONS IN TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS 
MYKISS). Comp Biochem Physiol B Biochem Mol Biol 109(2-3)473-487 1994. FR 40(2) 

|Babin Lab. Physiol. Cell & Metaboliquc Poissnns, URA 1 1 34 CNRS, Univ. Paris-Slid, B<it 447, 9 1 405 Orsay 
Cedex, France, tel: 3 3-1 -69-4 1-79-3 3; fax 33-1-69 85-34-59] 

95-002646 Wallaert, Charlotte and Patrick J Babm FROZEN STORAGE AFFECTS HIGH DENSITY 
LIPOPROTEINS AND THE QUANTITATION OF TROUT (ONCORf IYNCHUS MYKISS) LIPOI'RO FEIN CLASSES 
AS SEPARATED BY ULTRACENTRIFUGATION. Comp Btochcm Physio/ OBiodiom Mol Biol 110(2)439444. 
1995 FR40(2) 

IBabm: URA 1134 CNRS, Univ Pans-Slid, Bat, 447, 91405 Orsay Ceclex, France, lp|3M 69-41-79-33; 
fax'33-1 69 85-34-59] 

95002647 Watanabo, Takeshi and Masahiro Ohla ENDOGENOUS NITROGEN EXCRETION AND 
NON FECAL ENERGY LOSSES IN CARP AND RAINBOWTROUT.F/sh ici 01(1)53-60 1995. TR 40(2) 

[Lab. Fish Nutr , Tokyo Univ Fish , Konan, Minato, Tokyo 1 08, Japan] Cypnnus carpio and Qncorhynchus 
mykiss. 

95-002648 Webb, Paul W. and Hongbao Zhang THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN RESPONSIVFNCSS AND 
ELUSIVENESS OF HEAT-SHOCKED GOLDFISH (CARESS/US AUKATUS) TO ATTACKS BY RAINBOW TROUT 
(ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS) Can ; Zool 72(3)423-426 1994. In English with French summ. FR 40(2) 
[School Nat. Resour. & Environ , Univ Mich., Ann Arbor 481 09 1 1 1 5] 

95 002649 Weber, G M ; R. J. Borski; ), F F Powell, N M. Sherwood and E C, Grau IN VIVO AND IN VITRO 
EFFECTS OF GONADOTROPIN-RELEASING HORMONE ON PROLACTIN IN THE TILAPIA ORCOCHROMIS 
MOSSAMBICUS Am Zool 34{5)'121A 1994. Abstract only FR 40(2) 
[Univ. Hawaii, Honolulu 96822] 

95-002650 Wilkens, ton A; Mark Cox and David Russell EVIDENCE FOR ELECTROSFNSITIVITY IN 
PLANKTIVOROUS FEEDING IN THE PADDLEFISH POLYODON SPA7HULA Am. Zool 34(5);36A. 1U94. 
Abstract only FR 40(2) 

(Univ. Mo, St. Louis 631 21] 

95-002651 Woodward, Colleen Caldwell PHYSIOLOGICAL STRESS RESPONSES INCLUDING FREE AND 
PROTEIN-BOUND CORTISOL IN TWO STRAINS OF RAINBOW TROUT. Ph D d/ssprtatma Univ Tenn, ?3p. 
1988 FR40(2) 

Oncorhynchus mykiss. 

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95 002652 Wright, Patricia A,, Andrew Felskie and Paul M Anderson INDUCTION OF ORNITHINEUREA 
CYCLE ENZYMES AND NITROGEN METABOLISM AND EXCRETION IN RAINBOW TROUT 
(ONCORHVNCHUS MYKISS) DURING EARLY LIFE STAGES / Exp Biol 198(1)127-135 1995 FR 40(2) 
[Dep Zool.Univ Guelpli, Guelph, ON, Canada NIG 2W1] 

95-002653 XiaLiqun and Wang Qinglang [IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL STUDY OFTHEENDOCRINECELLS 
IN THE GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT OF OPHIOCEPHAIUS ARGUS }Zool Res 15{4}'35-36 1994 In Chinese 
FR40(2) 

[Dep. Hist & Emhryol , Tongji Med. Univ , Wuhan 430030, China] 

95-002654 Xu, Gang, Takaaki Shirat and Takafumi Arimolo ENDURANCE AND MUSCLE LACTIC ACID OF 
SWIMMING JACK MACKEREL Ftsh Sci 60(6):657-G59 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Fish & Mar Inst Memorial Univ, St John's, NF, Canada A1C 5R3] Trachurus taponicus 

95002655 Yamamoto, Atsushi and Takdji lida (HEMATOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF TRIPLOID 
RAINBOWTROUT]Fisfi Pal/io/ 29(4)239-243 1994 In Japanese with English summ. FR 40(2) 

[Oshmo Trout Hatchery, Yamanashi Prefecturat Fish, Techno! Cent, Oshmo, Yamanashi 401-05, Japan] 
Oncarhynchas mykiss 

95-002656 Yamamoto, Alsushi and Takaji lida [OXYGEN CONSUMPTION AND HYPOXIC TOLERANCE OF 
TRIPLOID RAINBOW TROUT | fish Pathol 29(4) 245-25 1 1 994 In Japanese with English summ, FR 40(2) 

[Oshmo Trout Hatchery, Yamanashi Prefectural Fish Technol Cent, Oshmo, Yamanashi 401-05, Japan] 
On cor/i ynchus mykiss 

95-002657 Yoshida.MikaandAkiraTonosaki ANTJ LAMPREY {LAMPE7RA/APONICA) RETINAL ANTIBODIES 
WHICH DISTINGUISH BETWEEN SHORT AND LONG PHOTORECEPTOR CELLS. Comp Biochem Phystol B 
Biochem Mol Biol 107<2)'183-188 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Tonosaki Dep Anal, Yamagata Univ School Med., Yamagata 99023, Japan] 

95 002658 Yoshikawa, H , Y Ishida, K Kavvata, F. Kawai and M Kanamon ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAMS 
AND CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW IN CARP, CYPRINUS CAR/TO, SUBJECTED TO ACUTE HYPOXIA, I Fish Biol 
46(1)114-122 1995 FR40{2) 

[Interdiscip Res, Inst Environ SCL, Nishi-iru, Hichihon-matsu, Itsutsuji-don, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto-602, Japan] 

95002659 Yoshikum, MichiyasuandYoshitakaNagahama INVOLVEMENT OF AN INHIBITORY G-PROTEIN 
IN THE SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION PATHWAY OF MATURATION-INDUCING HORMONE 
(17a,20BDtHYDROXY-4.pREGNEN-3-ONE) ACTION IN RAINBOW TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS) 
OOCYTES Dev Biol 166(2)615622 1994 FR 40(2) 

|Lab Reprod Biol, Dep Dev Biol,Natl Inst, Basic Biol., Okazaki 444, Japan] 

95-002660 Yousha, E J, L Maglmlo Cepnano and M. P Schreibman. LOCALIZATION OT 
IMMUNOREACTIVE (IR) SOMATOLACTIN IN THE PITUITARY GLAND OF XIPHOPHORUS Am Zoo! 
34(5) 23A 1994 Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[Brooklyn Coll., CUNY, Brooklyn, NY 1 1 21 0] Xiphophorus macutatus 

95 002661 Zhu, V and P Thomas ELEVATION OF SOMATOLACTIN IN RED DRUM PLASMA FOLLOWING 
TRANSFER TO A DARK BACKGROUND TANK Am Zoo/ 34(5} 42A 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2} 
[Mar Sci Inst., Univ Tex, Port Aransas] Soaenops ocellatus 

GENETICS, VARIATION STUDIES AND HYBRIDIZATION 

95 002662 Allegr ucci, Giulfana, Carlo Fortunato, Stefano Cataudella and Valerio Sordoni ACCLIMATION TO 
FRESH WATER OF THE SEA BASS EVIDENCE OF SELECTIVE MORTALITY OF ALLOZYME GENOTYPES, 
Ceneucs and Evolution of Aquatic Organisms A Collection of Papers and Articles Selected From Those Presen (ocf 
ai the Generic* and Evolution of Aquatic Ofgamsms Conference Held at Banger, Wales on September 10-16,1 992, 
A R Beaumont, editor p 486502 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dip Biol,Umv Roma, Tor Vergata/ Via E Carnevale, 00173 Roma, Italy] DlcerHrarchus labrax 

95 002663 Arnold, Michael L and Scott A Hodges ARE NATURAL HYBRIDS FIT OR UNFIT RELATIVE TO 
THEIR PARENTS? Trends Ecol & Evol 10(2)67-71 1995. FR 40(2) 
[Dep Genet, Life Sci Bldg,, Univ Ga, Athens 30602] 

95002664 Beaumont, A R, editor GENETICS AND EVOLUTION OF AQUATIC ORGANISMS A 
COLLECTION OF PAPERS FROM THOSE PRESENTED AT THE GENETICS AND EVOLUTION OF AQUATIC 
ORGANISMS CONFERENCE HELD AT BANGOR, WALES ON SEPTEMBER 10-1 6, 1992. Chapman & Hatf 539p. 
1994 Available at $119 95 {cloth) from Chapman & Hall, One Penn Plaza (41st Floor), New York, NY 101 1 9. 

[School Ocean Sci , Univ. Wales, B angor, Menai Bridge, Gwynedd LL59 5EY, Wales] Selected papers indexed 
in this issue of Fisheries Review 

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95-002665 Beaumont, Andy R THE APPLICATION AND RELfcVANCE OF GtNETICS IN AQUACULTURE 
Genetics and Evolution of Aquatic Organisms A Collection 01 Papers and Articles Selected From Those Presented 
at [lie Genetics and Evolution of Aquatic Orgamsrm Conference Held at flangor, Wales 011 September 10 1 6, S992 
A R Beaumont, editor p 467-486 1994 FR 40(2) 

[School Ocean Sci , Univ. Wales, Bangor, Menai Bridge, Gwynedd LL59 5EY, Wales] 

95002666 Bickham, J W; C C Wood and ] C Fatten BIOGEOGRAPHIC IMPLICATIONS OF 
CYTOCHROME b SEQUENCES AND ALLOZYMES IN SOCKEYE (ONCORHYNCHUS NERKA). 1 Heretl 
86(2)1 40 M4 1995 FR 40(2} 

[Dep Wild & Fish Sci , Tex A&M Univ., College Station 77fi<13] 

95 002667 Bogutskaya, N, G A DESCRIPT ION OF LEUCISCUS LEPIDU5 (HECKEL, 1 843) WITH COMMENTS 
ON IEUCISCUS AND LEUCISCINEASPININE RELATIONSHIPS (PISCES CYPRINIDAE} Ann Naltuhist Mus 
Wien Sei B Bot Zool Vol 96 p 599-620 1 994, In English with German summ FR 40(2) 
[Zool, Inst, Russian Acad Sci,, Universitetskaya nab 1 , St Petersburg 199034, Russia] 

95-002668 Burnham-Curtis, Mary K and Gerald R, Smith OSTEOLOGICAL EVIDENCE OF GENETIC 
DIVERGENCE OF LAKE TROUT (SALVELINUS NAMAYCUSH) IN LAKE SUPERIOR Copeia 1994(4}-843 850 
1994, FR 40(2) 

(Nail Biol Surv , Great Lakes Cent , 1 45 1 Green Rd,, Ann Arbor, Ml 481 05] 

95 002669 Canmo, Michael F and Elaine M, Caldarone MODIFICATION AND COMPARISON OF TWO 
FLUOROMETRIC TEHCNIQUES FOR DETERMINING NUCLEIC ACID CONTENTS OF FISH LARVAE US Nat/ 
Mar. fish Serv Fish Bull 93(1 ):1 58-1 65 1994 FR 40(2) 

(Alaska Fish Sci Cent , NMFS, NOAA, 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 981 1 5 0070) Cadi/s mor/iua, 
Menidia bery//ina, Me/anogrammus aeglettnus, Tautoga onilis, Pfeuronectes ameromis, and Thtvagra 
diafcogramma 

95-002670 Cantatore, P.; M Roberti; G. Pesole; A Ludovico; F. Milella, M. N Gadaleta and C. Saccone 
EVOLUTIONARY ANALYSIS OF CYTOCHROME b SEQUENCES IN SOME PERCIFORMES. EVIDENCE FOR A 
SLOWER RATE OF EVOLUTION THAN IN MAMMALS. / Mo/ Evol. 39(6) 589-597 1 994 FR 40(2) 
[Saccone: Dep Biochem & Mol. Riol,, Univ Ban, via Orabona 4, 70126 Ban, Italy] 

95002671 Castelll, Manota bTUDY ON SEX DETERMINATION IN THE COMMON BARBEL \BARBUS 
BARBUS L) (PISCES, CYPRINIDAE) USING GYNOCENESIS. Genetics and Evolution of Aquatic Organisms A 
Collection of Papers and Articles Selected from Those Presented at the Genetics and Evolution of Aquatic 
Organisms Conference Held at Qangor, Wales on September IO-J6, 1992. A R Beaumont, editor p 509 519. 
1994 FR40(2) 

[Lab Demogr. Polssons & Aquacult , Serv. Elhol. & Aquarium, Fac. Sci , Univ Liege, 8B Chemm de la Justice, 
4500 Titiange, Belgium] 

95 002672 Castro, ].; S. Rodriguez, ]. Arias; L Sanchez and P. Martinez A POPULATION ANALYSIS OF 
ROBERTSONIAN AND Ag-NOR POLYMORPHISMS IN BROWN TROUT (SAIMOTRUTTA) Jhcor Appl Ccnet 
89(1):t05-1l1 1994.FR40(2) 

[Dep Biol Fundamental, Area Genet,, Univ. Santiago, 27002 Lugo, Spain] 

95-002673 Chan, Ivan Kwok Kucn; D K. O Chan; S C. Lee and K Tsukamoto. POPULATION GLNETIC OF 
THE JAPANESE EEL ANGUllLA IAPONICA Report of the 1994 Session of the ElfAC/ICES Working Group on Eel, 
Oviedo, Spain, 26 Septembcf-1 October 1904 EIFACfEur, Inland Fish Advis Comm) Occas Pap No 30. p 4, 
6, 16. 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2} 

[Univ, Hong Kong, Dcp. Zool., HIM Oi Chow Sci Bldg,, Pokfulam Rd , Hong Kong, tel-852 859284G, fax:852 
5599114] 

95 002674 Chapman, Robert W ; John C. Ration and Brandon Eleby COMPARISONS OF MITOCHONDRIA!. 
DNA VARIATION IN FOUR ALOSID SPECIES AS REVEALED BY THE TOTAL GENOME, THE NADH 
DEHYDROGENASE I AND CYTOCHROME 6 REGIONS Cenelta and Evolution of Aquatic Organisms' A 
Collection of Papers and Articles Selected from Those Presented al the Genetics and Evolution of Aquatic 
Organisms Conference Held at Bangor, Wales on September 10-16, 1992 A. R Beaumont, editor, p 249-263. 
1 994 FR 40(2} 

|Dep Biol &lnst Coastal & Mar. Resour., East Carolina Univ, Greenville, NC 27058] A/osa, A sapidlssima, 
A a/afaamae, A, pseuc/o/iarengus, and A aestivatts in the eastern United States. 

95002675 Cherfas, N. B., Y Peretz, N. Ben Dom; B. Comelsky and C. Hulata. INDUCED DIPLOID 
GYNOGENESIS AND POLYPLO1DY IN THE ORNAMENTAL (KOI) CARP, CYPR/NL/S CARP/O L 4. 
COMPARATIVE STUDY ON THE EFFECTS OF HIGH- AND LOW-TEMPERATURE SHOCKS. Theor App/ Cener 
89(2-3)'193-197, 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Agric Res, Organ., Fish & Aquacult Res Stn,, Dor, Mobile Post Hof Hacarmel 30820, Israel) 

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9500Z676 Cherfas, N B; Y Peretz, N Ben-Dom, B Gornelsky and G Hufata INDUCED DIPLOID 
CYNQGENESIS AND POLYPLOIDY IN THE ORNAMENTAL (KOI) CARP CYPRINUS CARPIO L 3, 
OPTIMIZATION OF HEAT-SHOCK TIMING DURING THE 2nd MEIOTIC DIVISION AND THE 1st CLEAVAGE 
Jheor Appl Genet 89(2-3)281-286. 1994 FR 40(2} 

[Agric Res Organ, Fish AAquacult Res Sin, Dor, Mobile Post HofHacarmel 30820, Israeli 

95-002677 Chnsiens&n, J Michael and Terrence R Ttersch STANDARDIZATION OF ULTRAVIOLET 
IRRADIATION OF CHANNEL CATFISH SPERM / World Aquacult Soc 25(4)571-575 1994 FR 40(2} 

[Tsersch School For, Wild!,& Fish ,AgriC Exp Sln,,La StateUniv Agfic Cent , Baton Rouge 70803] /cra/urm 
punctatus 

95002678 Congdon, Bradley C UNIDIRECTIONAL GENE FLOW AND MAINTENANCE OF GENETIC 
DIVERSITY IN MOSQUITOFISH CAMBUSIA HOLBROOKI (TELEOSTEI POECILIIDAE) Copcia 
1995(1(162-172 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Coop Res Conl Trop Pest Manage, Umv, Queensland, Saint Lucia, Qld 4072, Australia) 

95002679 Dahle, Geir GENETIC STUDIES OF FAMILIES OF ARCTO NORWEGIAN AND NORWEGIAN 
COASTAL COD PRELIMINARY RANDOM AMPLIFIED POLYMORPHIC DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC ACID 
STUDIES Cod and Climate Change Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Reytyavik, 23-27 August 1993 lakob 
lakobsson, editor tn( Counc Explor Sea Mar Sci Symp Vol 198 p 684687 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Inst Mar Res , Dep Aquacult , P O Box 1 870 Nordnes, N-5024 Bergen, Norway] Cadus mothua 

95 002680 Davis, K B , B A Simco and C A Coudie VIABILITY AND REPRODUCTIVE COMPETENCE OF 
MALE AND FEMALE CHANNEL CATFISH WITH YY SEX GENOTYPE Am Zool 34(5) 11 8A 1994 Abstract 
only. FR 40(2) 

(Urtiv Memphis, Memphis, TN] 

95 002681 Echelle, Anthony A , Alice F Echelle, Salvador Contreras Balderas and Lourdes Lonza no-Vila no 
GENETIC VARIATION IN THE ENDANGERED FISH FAUNA (ATM ERIN I FORMES CYPRINODONTIDAE) 
ASSOCIATED WITH PLUVIAL LAKE SANDIA, NUEVO LEON, MEXICO, Southwest Nat 40(1):1M7 1995 In 
English with Spanish sLtmm FR40(2} 

[Zool Dep, Okla State Umv, Slrllwaler 74078] Megupsilon aporus, Cyprmodon aciliac, C longtdorsalis, C 
veronicae, and C atvarezi. 

95-002682 Endler, John A. MULTIPLE-TRAIT COEVOLUTION AND ENVIRONMENTAL GRADIENTS IN 
CUPPfES TrendsEcol & >/ 10(1)22-29 1995,FR40(2J 

[Dep Biol Sci,Univ Calif, Santa Barbara 93106] Poecilia feticulata 

95002683 FmnertyJohnR andBarbaraA Block EVOLUTIONOFCYTOCHROMEolNTHESCOMBROIDEI 
(TELEOSTEI) MOLECULAR INSIGHTS INTO BILLFISH (ISTIOPHORIDAE AND XIPHIIDAE) RELATIONSHIPS 
US Natl Mar Fish Serv Fish Bull 93(1)78-96 1994 FR 40(2) 

|Univ Chicago, Dep. Organismal Bcol &Anat, 1025 E 57lh St, Chicago, IL 60637] 

95002684 Fore, S A,S I. Gunman; A ) Bailer, D, J AltfaterandB V Counts EXPLORATORY ANALYSES 
OF POPULATION GENETIC ASSESSMENT AS A WATER QUALITY INDICATOR. II CAMPO5TOAM 
ANOMALUM, Ecoiovcol Environ Sal 30(1);3646 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Gultman: Dep. Zool, Miami Umv, Oxford, OH 45056] 

95-002685 Fore, S A;S I Gultman, A f Bailer, D J AltfaterandB V Counts EXPLORATORY ANALYSIS 
OF POPULATION GENETIC ASSESSMENT AS A WATER QUALITY INDICATOR. I. PIMEPHALES NOTATUS 
Ecotoxicol Environ Sal 30(1(24-35. 1995 FR 40(2} 

[Gultman- Dep Zool , Miami Univ , Oxford, OH 45056] 

95-002686 Funkenslem, B ; B. Cavari and S, Jakowlew. CLONING AND EXPRESSION OF TGF-BETA DURING 
EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF FISH Am Zoo/ 34(5) 27A. 1994 Abstract only. FR 40(2) 
Cypnnus carpio and Sparus auratus 

95002087 Fyhn, Unni E H ; Ole Bfix, Cunnar Naevdal and Tonld Johansen NEW VARIANTS OF THE 
HAEMOGLOBJNS OF ATLANTIC COD A TOOL FOR DISCRIMINATING BETWEEN COASTAL AND ARCTIC 
COD POPULATIONS CodanJO/male Change Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Reykiavtk, 23-27 August 
1993 Jakob lakobsson, editor Int Counc Evphr Sea Mar So Symp Vol. 198 p. 666-670, 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Etriv Zool Lab, Umv Bergen, Allegalen 41, N-5007 Bergen, Norway] Cadus morhua in the North Atlantic 
Ocean 

95-002688 Geng, Q. F, H Y Gong, Z Y Chen; Q. F. Liao, P P Huang and J L, Wu [THE TECHNIQUE 
DEVELOPMENT OF FISH TRANSGENICS BY ELECTRICAL BREAKDOWN ] COA (Counc Agric ) Hsh Ser No. 
44 p 2947 1994 (n Chinese. FR 40(2) 
Danto retio* 

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95-002689 Gile, Stephen R and Moira M Ferguson FACTORS AFFECTING MALE POTENCY IN POOLED 
GAMETE CROSSES OF RAINBOW TROUT, ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS Environ Bio! Fishes 42(3) 267-275 
1995 FR40(2) 

[Ontario Mm Nat Resour, Lake Huron Manage, Unit, 61 1 Ninth Ave E, Owen Sound, ON, Canada N4K 
3C4J 

95-002690 Grant, E Christopher and Brett R Riddle ARE THE ENDANGERED SPRINGFISH {CRENIChm IYS 
HUBBS) AND POOLFISH (EMPETR/CHTHYS GILBERT) FUNDULINES OR GOODEIDSf A MITOCHONDRIAL 
DNA ASSESSMENT Copeia 1995(1), 209-212. 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Oep Biol Sci,Univ Nev, 4505 Maryland Park, Las Vegas 89154-4004] C baileyi, C nevactoe, and E Istos 
in Nevada and data for Cypnnodon nevadensts, Fundulus heleroclitus, F parvipmnis, f zcbnnut, Prolundulus 
punciatus, Cyno/ebias whttei, llyodon lurcidens, Skiftia multipunctata, and Gambiisia attinis 

95002691 Gregg, Ronald E. HETEROZYCOSIPY AND FITNESS COMPONENTS IN MOTTLED SCULPINS 
(CQTTUS BAtRDt), M S thesis, Frostburg State Univ 1992 FR40(2) 

95 002692 Gri|alva Chon, ) K Numachi; O Sosa-Nishizaki and ) de la RosaVelez MITOCHONDRIAL. DNA 
ANALYSIS OF NORTH PACIFIC SWORDFISH Xtl'HIAS GLADIUS POPULATION STRUCTURE MM Ecot Prog 
Set 115(1&2):15-19, 1994 FR 40(2) 

|Univ. Sonora, Cent Invest, CienI, & Tecnol , Rosales & Nmos Heroes s/n, Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico] 

9S 002693 Grobler, J, P and F H. Van der Bank ALLOZYME POLYMORPHISM AND PHENOTYPIC 
VARIATION IN AFRICAN CATFISH (CLARIAS GARIEPINUS) Comp Biochem Pnysiol B Biochem Mot Biol 
107(1)111-116, 1994. FR 40(2) 

|40 The Crescent, Bender Park, Petersburg 0699, South Africa fax 01-522-4942] 

95 002694 Gross, Riho and Jan Nilsson APPLICATION OF HETERODUPLEX ANALYSIS FOR DETECTING 
VARIATION WITHIN THE GROWTH HORMONE 2 GENt IN SALMO 7RUTTA L, (BROWN TROUT). Heredity 
74(3),286-295, 1995. FR 40(2) 

[Nilsson- Dep Aquacult , Swedish Univ. Agric Sci , S 901 83 Umea, Sweden] 

95002695 Hartley, Sheila E and William S Davison, CHARACTERIZATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF 
GENOMIC REPEAT SEQUENCES FROM ARCTIC CHARR (SALVEUNUS ALPINUS) Genetics and Evolution of 
AquaUc Organisms' A Collection ot Papers and Article-; Selected from Those Presented at the Genetics and 
Evolution of Aquatic Organisms Conference Held at Banger, Wales on September 10 16, 1992 A R Beaumont, 
editor p 271-280 1994 FR 40(2) 

|Dep Biol. & Mol. Sci., Univ. Stirling, Stirling TK9 4LA, Scotland] 

95-002696 Hedgecock, Dennis, Elmarie S Hutclnnson; Gang Li, Frederic L, Sly and Keith Nelson. THE 
CENTRAL STOCK OF NORTHERN ANCHOVY (ENGRAULIS MORDAX) IS NOT A RANDOMLY MATING 
POPULATION Calif Coop Oceanic Fish Invest Rep Vol 35, p. 121-136. 1994. In English with Spanish summ 
FR40(2) 

[Univ. Calif Davis, Bodega Mar Lab , Bodega Bay 94923-0247] 

95-002697 Hornaday, Kelly, Stephen Alexander and Felix Breden ABSENCE OF REPETITIVE DNA 
SEQUENCES ASSOCIATED WITH SEX CHROMOSOMES IN NATURAL POPULATIONS OF THE TRINIDAD 
GUPPY(POfC/lMRCT7O;M7>\) \ Mol Evol 39(4)'431-433. 1994 FR 40(2) 
[Breden Dep. Biol, Set, Simon Fraser Univ, Burnaby, BC, Canada V5A 1S6] 

95-002698 Husebye, Harald; Svetn Lund; Mona Moller, Arne Sunde and Hans E. Krokan A fl/cm RELATED 
DNA SEQUENCE GIVES INDIVIDUAL DNA FINGERPRINTS IN TURBOT (SCOPHTHALMUS MAXIMUS), BUT 
NEITHER Bkm RELATED, HUMAN 5RYOR HUMAN Z/Y PROBES DETCCTGENETIC SEX DIFFERENCES. Comp 
Biochem. Physiol. B Biochem Mol Biol 107(1):69-73 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Krokan: UNIGEN Cent. Mol Biol,, Univ Trondhelm, N-7005 Trondhelm, Norway, tel'47-7-59-0680; 
fax.47-7-59-87-05| 

95002699 Hussain, Mohammad G; Brendan J. McAndrew; David ] Penman and Panom Sodsuk 
ESTIMATING GENE CENTROMERE RECOMBINATION FREQUENCIES IN GYNOGENETIC DIPLOIDS OF 
OREOCHROMIS NILOTICUS L,, USING ALLOZYMES, SKIN COLOUR AND A PUTATIVE 
SEX- DETERMINATION LOCUS (SDL-2) Genetics, and Evolution of Aquatic Organisms A Collection of Papers ant/ 
Articles Selected From Tnose Presented at the Genetics and Evolution of Aquatic Organisms Conference Held at 
Bangor, Wales on September 10-16, 1992 A R Beaumont, editor p 502-509. 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Fish Res. Inst, Brackisliwater Stn,, Paikgacha, Khulnn-9280, Bangladesh] 

95002700 Inagaki, Hidehlto, Yoshilaka Bessho; Akihiko Koga and Hirosln Hori. EXPRESSION OF THE 
TYROSINASE-ENCODING GENE IN-A COLORLESS MELANOPHORE MUTANT OF THE MEDAKA FISH, 
ORYZIAS LAJIPES, Gene (Amst ) 1 50(2)-3 1 9-324. 1 994 TR 40(2) 

[Hon. Dep Biol,, Fac. So., Nagoya Univ., Chikusa, Nagoya 464 01, Japan. lel.(81-52) 789-2504, fax:(81-52) 
789-2974; e-mail- hon@bio,nagoya-u.ncjpj 

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95 002701 Jin, Oeuk-Hee, Ikuo Hirono and TakabJn Aoki THE SYMMETRICAL ARRANGEMENT OF CARP a- 
ANDBGLOBIN GENES Fish Su 61(1)49-52 1995 TR 40(2} 

[Aaki Dep Aquat, Biosa , Tokyo Univ Rsh, Mmato, Tokyo 108, Japan] Cypnnus carpio 

95 002702 Jorslad, Knul E and Cunnar Naevdal STUDIES ON ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN GENOTYPES AMD 

GROWTH RATE IN JUVENILE COD Cod and Climate Change Proceedings of a Symposium 

2327 August 1993 fakob {akobtson, editor Int Counc ftp/or Sea Mar Sci Symp Vol 198. p 671 675 

FR40(2) 

[Inst Mar Res, Cenl Aqiiacult, PO Box 1877, Nordnes, N-5024 Bergen, Norway] Cadus morhua in the 
Barents Sea 

95-002703 Kircheis, Frederick W , Irv Kornfield and Seifu Seyoum GENETIC IDENTITY OF TRANSPLANTED 
ARCTIC CHAR IMPLICATIONS FOR RESTOCKING PROGRAMS N Am \ Fish Manage 15(1)-54-S9 1995 
FR40(2) 

[Dep Inland Fish & Wild! , 650 State St , Bangor, ME 04401-5654] Salvclmus alpintis and S alpmus oquassa 
in Maine and Idaho 

95 002704 Kobayashi, Tooru, Atsuhiko Ide, Takayuki Hiasa, Shozo Fushiki and Koichi Ueno PRODUCTION 
OF CLONED AMACO SALMON ONCORHYNCHUYS RHODURUS Hsh Sci 60(3)275-281 1994. FR 40(2) 
[Shiga Prefecture! Fish, Exp Sir , Hassaka, Hikonc, Shiga 522, Japdn] 

95 002705 Kozhara, A V. PHENOTYPIC VARIANCE OF BILATERAL CHARACTERS AS AN INDICATOR OF 
GENETIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS IN BREAM ABRAMtS BRAMA (L,)(PISCES, CYPRINIDAE) 
POPULATIONS,/ App! tchlhyol 10(2-3) 167-181 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Inst Blol Inland Waters, Russian Acad Sci, Borok35-4 Nekouzky reg, Yaroslavl Province 1 52742, Russia) 

95-002706 Kvmgedal, Ane M, CHARACTERIZATION OF THE 5' REGION OF THE ATLANTIC SALMON 
(5AiMO5AMR)TRANSFERRIN-ENCODINC GENE, Cene(Amsf,)150(2):335-339 1994 FR 40(2) 

(Dep Immunol., Inst Cancer Res, Norwegian Radium Hospital, Montebello, N0310 Oslo, Norway 
tel (47-22) 934-555; fax (47-22) 500-730] 

95-002707 Lee, S C, J. T Chang and Y. Y, Tsu GENETIC RELATIONSHIPS OF FOUR TAIWAN MULLETS 
(PISCES' PERCIFORMES:MUGILIDAE).J Fish Biol 46(1):159-162 1995 FR 40(2) 

(Inst, Zool , Acad Sinica, Nankang, Taipei, Taiwan] Mugil cephalus, Liza atfinis, L, macrolepis, and Valamtrgif 
formojae 

95-002708 Lin, Hui Chen and Wrlliam A Dunson AN EXPLANATION OF THE HIGH STRAIN DIVERSITY OF 
A SELF-FERTILIZING HERMAPHRODITIC FISH Ecology 76(2) 593-605, 1995. FR 40(2) 
[Dep, Biol , Tunghai Univ., Taichung, Taiwan] RivuJus marmoratus 

95 002709 Lin, Jen Jen and George N Somero TEMPERATURE-DEPENDENT CHANGES IN EXPRESSION OF 
THERMOSTABLE AND THERMOLABILE ISOZYMES OF CYTOSOLIC MALATE DEHYDROGENASE IN THE 
EURYTHERMAL GOBY FISH GILLICHTHYS M1RABILIS Phystol Zool 63(1)114-128 1995 FR 40(2) 
[Somero: Dep Zool,Oreg Stale Univ, Corvallis 97331-2914] 

95-002710 Ui, J K.j J, C. Burns and Thomas T. Chen, RETROVIRUS MEDIATED TRANSFER AND EXPRESSION 
OFTRANSGENESINMEDAKA.Am Zool 34(5) 64A 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 
|Univ.Md,Cenl Mar Biotechnol, Baltimore 21202] Oryzias latipo> 

95 00271 1 Magor, Bradley G ; Mclanie R Wilson; Norman W Miller, L William Clem, Darlene L Middlelon 
and Gregory W Warr, AN Ig HEAVY CHAIN ENHANCER OF THE CHANNEL CATFISH tCTALURUS 
PUNCTAJUS EVOLUTIONARY CONSERVATION OF FUNCTION BUT NOT STRUCTURE. I Immunol 
153(12)-5556-5563. 1994.FR40J2) 

|W<irr:Dep Biochem. &Molecul. Biol, Med Univ, 171 Ashley Ave., Charleston, SC 29425-2211] 

95002712 Martinez, J.M, A. Pendas; P MoranandE Garcia Vazquez CHROMOSOMAL MAPPING AND 
GENETIC VARIABILITY OF THE 5 s AND MAJOR RIBOSOMAL RNA GENES IN EEL Report of the 1994 Session 
of the EtFAC/ICES Working Group on Eel, Oviedo, Spain, 26 September-] October 1994 EIFAC(Eur Inland Fish 
Arlvts CommjOccas Pap No.30.p 6, 17 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 
Anguilla anguilla 

95-002713 Meyer, Axel MOLECULAR EVIDENCE ON THE ORIGIN OF TETRAPODS AND THE 
RELATIONSHIPS OFTHECOEWCANTH Trends Ecol & vol. 10(3) 111-1 16. 1995 FR 40(2) 
[Dep Ecol & Evol, & Program Genet , SUNY, Stony Brook, NY 1 1 794-5245] 

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95 00271 4 Meyer, Axel MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETIC STUDIES OF FISH Genetics and Evolution at Aquatic. 
Organisms A Collection ol Papers and Articles Selected From Those Presented at the Gent'trcs and Evolution of 
Aquatic Organisms Conference Held at Bangor, Wales on September 10-16, 1992 A R Beaumont, editor 
p 219249.1994 FR 40(2} 

|Dep Ecol. & Evol , SUNY, Stony Brook, NY 1 1 794-5245] 

95002715 Mojica, C L and A Meyerl PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIPS WITHIN THE GENUS 
BRACHYRHAPHIS AS INFERRED FROM MITOCHONDRIAL DNA SEQUENCE DATA, Am Zoo! 34(5) 1 1 7A 
1994. Abstract only. FR 40(2} 

[Univ. Calif, Berkeley 94720] 

95002716 Murata, Kenjl, Tetsuo Sasaki, Shigeki Yasumasu; Ichiro liichi; Jumpei Enami, Ikuo Yasumasu and 
Kenjiro Yamagami. CLONING OF cDNAs FOR THE PRECURSOR PROTEIN OF A LOW-MOLECULAR WEIGHT 
SUBUNIT OF THE INNER LAYER OF THE EGG ENVELOPE (CHORION) OF THE FISH ORYZIAS LATIPES Dcv 
Bioi 167{1).9 17. 1995 FR 40(2) 

(Yamagami Life Sci Inst, Sophia Univ, 7-1 Kioicho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102, Japan, fax 03 3230-3393 or 
3B85] 

95002717 Nagano, Masato, Goro Yoshizaki, Ikuo Hirono; T,ikashi Osluro, Fumio Takashima and Takashi 
Aokf, THE NUCLEOTIDE SEQUENCE OF cDNA FOR YAMAME SALMON GROWTH HORMONE Fish So 
60(2). 2 3 7-23 8 1994. FR 40(2) 

|Takashima Dep Aqual. BIOSCI , Tokyo Univ Fish, Konan, Minato, Tokyo 108, Japan] Oncor/iynchi/smj'fcfss 
and O. masou. 

95002718 Nakajima, Masamichi and Yoshilnsa FUJIO GENETIC DIFFERENTIATION AMONG LOCAL 
POPULATIONS OF JAPANESE CHAR SALVELINUS LEUCOMAEN1S Fish Sci 61(1)11-15 1995 FR 40(2} 

[Fac Agfic, Tohoku Univ,, Sendai, Miyagi 981, Japan] 

95002719 Neigel, Joseph E ANALYSIS OF RAPIDLY EVOLVING MOLECULES AND DNA SEQUENCE 
VARIANTS: ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES FOR DETECTING GENETIC STRUCTURE IN MARINE 
POPULATIONS. Ca//f Coop Oceanic Fish Invest. Rep Vol. 35. p. 52-89, 1994 In English with Spanish sumni 
FR 40(2) 

[Dep Biol,Umv Southwest. La, Lafayeite 70504) 

95002720 Nicolollo, Paul F OFFSPRING QUALITY AND FEMALE CHOICE IN THE GUPPY, POECIUA 
RETICULATA Anim Be/iav 49(2)377-387 1995 FR 40(2} 

[Dep. Biol., ShippensburgUniv, Shippensburg, PA 17257] 

95002721 Nielsen, J L, C Can; ). M, Wright and W K Thomas, PHYLOGEOGRAPHIC PATTERNS IN 
CALIFORNIA STEELHEAD AS DETERMINED BY mtDNA AND MICROSATELLITE ANALYSES, Call/ Coop 
Oceanic fish Invest Rep Vol. 35. p. 90-92. 1 994 FR 40(2) 

[Hopkins Mar Stn,, Stanford Univ, Pacific Grove, CA 93950] Oncorhynchui myhss. 

95 002722 Park, Jung-Youn; Akihiro Kijima and Young-Joo Kang, (GENETIC DIVERGENCE OF TWO TYPES 
OF FJNESPOTTED FLOUNDER, PLEURONICHTHYS CORNUTUS, DISTRIBUTED IN THE JAPAN SEA AREA.! 
Bull Korean Fish Soc 27{3):30G-313. 1994, In Korean with English summ, FR 40(2) 

[Fish Cult, Div,, Natl Fish Res & Dev. Agency, Yangsaivgun, Kyongsangnam do 626-900, Korea] 

95-002723 Parker, Alex and Irv Kornfield MOLECULAR PERSPECTIVE ON EVOLUTION AND 
ZOOGEOGRAPHY OF CYPRINODONTID KILLIFISHES {TELEOSTEI; ATHERINOMORPHA). Cope/a 
1995(1 )'8-21 1995. FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Zool. &Cent Mar Studies, Univ. Maine, Orono 04469-5751 \Aphanius, Kosswigichthys asquarnatus, 
rundulus heleroclitus, Cubantchlhys pcngellyi, Orestias, Cypnnodon, Megupsilon iiponis, }ordanella, and Cua/ac 
tessefalus. 

95002724 Planes, Serge; Philippe Borsa; Rene Galzln and Francois Bonhomme. GEOGRAPHIC STRUCTURE 
AND GENE FLOW IN THE MANINI (CONVICT SURCEONFISH, ACANTHURUS TRIQSTECUS} IN THE 
SOUTH-CENTRAL PACIFIC. Genetics and Evolution of Aquatic Organisms- A collection of Papers and Articles 
Selected From Those Presented at the Genetics and Evolution of Aquatic Organisms Conference Held at Oangor, 
Wales on September 10-16, 1992. A. R. Beaumont, editor p 1 13-122. 1994. TR 40(2) 

[Lab. Ichthyoecol. Trop. & Medlterranuenne, URA CNRS M53, Uhiv Perpignnn, 66860 Perpignan Ccdcx, 
France) 

95002725 Pogson, Grant H CONTRASTING PATTERNS OF DNA POLYMORPHISM IN THE DEEP-SEA 
SCALLOP (PlACQPECttN MAGELLANICUS) AND THE ATLANTIC COD (GADUS MORHUA] REVEALED BY 
RANDOM cDNA PROBES Genetics and Evolution of Aquatic Organisms- A Collection of Papers and Articles 
Selected From Those Presented at the Genetics and Evolution of Aquatic Organisms Conference Held at Bangor, 
Wales on September 10-16, 1992. A. R. Beaumont, editor p. 207-217. 1994. FR 40(2) 

(Dep. Zool., Univ Cambridge, Downing St., Cambridge CB2 3EJ, England] 

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95-002726 Prodohl, Paulo A; John B Taggart and Andrew Ferguson CLONING OF HIGHLY VARIABLE 
MINISATELLITE DNASINGLE LOCUS PROBES FOR BROWN TROUT (SALMO TRUHA L ) FROM A PHAGEMID 
LIBRARY Genetics and Evolution of Aquatic Organisms A Collection of Papers and Articles Selected From Those 
Presented at the Cenelo and Evolution ot Aquatic Organisms Conference Held at Hangar, Wales on September 
1016, 199? A R Beaumont, editor p 263-270 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Div Environ & Evol Biol , School Biol & Biodiem , Queen's Univ , BelfasI BT7 1 NN, Northern Ireland] 

95 002727 Purdom, Colin E GENETICS AND FISH BREEDING Fish Fish Ser No 10 277p, 1 993 Available 
at $7795(clolh) from Chapman & Hall, One Penn Plaza (41st Floor), New York, NY 10119. FR 40(2) 
|MAFF, Fish Lab , Lowestoft, Suffolk, England] 

95002728 Rab, Petr, Vlaslimil Slechla and Martin Flajshans CYTOCENETICS, CYTOTAXONOMY AND 
BIOCHEMICAL GENETICS OF HUCHONINE SALMONIDS Folia Zoo/43(2),97-107 1994 FR 40(2) 

|lnst Anim Physiol & Genet, Dep Genet,, Acad Sci Czech Republic, 277 21 Libechov, Czech Republic) 
firacnymystax lenok, Hucho hucho, H perryi, H ishtkawai, and H bleeken 

95 002729 Rab, Petr, Yannis Karakousis and Costas Peios KARYOTYPE OF SILURUS ARISTOTEUS WITH 
REFERENCETOTHECYTOTAXONOMYOFTHECENUSS/tUfiUS(PISCES,SILURIDAE) FoliaZool 43(1) 75-B1 
1994 FR40(2) 

[Insl Anim Physiol & Genet, Dep Genet, Acad So Czech Republic, 277 21 Libechov, Czech Republic] 

95002730 Richardson, Linda R and John R. Cold. EVOLUTION OF THE CYPRINELLA LUTRENSIS 
SPECIES COMPLEX II SYSTEMATICS AND BIOGEOCRAPHY OF THE EDWARDS PLATEAU SHINER, 
CYPRINELLA LEPIDA Copeia 1995(1)2837 1995, FR 40(2) 

|Tox A&M Univ, Dep Wildl. & Fish So, College Station 77843-2258] Cypnnella venusta in Texas. 

95 002731 RiffeJ, Michael, Volker Storch and Arnd Schrejber ALLOZYME VARIABILITY OF BROWN TROUT 
{SALMO 7RUTTA I ) POPULATIONS ACROSS THE RHENANIAN DANUBIAN WATERSHED IN SOUTHWEST 
GERMANY Heredity 74(3) 241-249, 1995 FR40(2) 

(Zool Inst I, Univ Heidelberg, Irn Neunlieimer Feld 230, D-691 20 Heidelberg, Germany] 

95002732 Sachdev, S C MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSISOFAMBLOPi/rFS POPULATIONS MS 
thesis, Univ Mo (Columbia} 136p 1993, FR 40(2} 

A rupestris,A artommus, and A constellatus in Missouri 

95-002733 Schluter, Dolph ADAPTIVE RADIATION IN STICKLEBACKS TRADC-OFFS IN FEEDING 
PERFORMANCE AND GROWTH Ecology 76(1) 82-90 1995 FR 40(2) 

|Dep Zoo! & Cent Biodiversity, Univ British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada V6T 1Z4] Casterosleus 

95-002734 Schmidt, Timothy R and|ohnR Gold SYSTEMATIC AFFINITIES OF NO7ROPI5TOPfC4(TOPEKA 
SHINER) INFERRED FROM SEQUENCES OF THE CYTOCHROME /> GENE Copeia 1995(1)199-203 1995 
FR40(2) l ' 

[Cent Biosyst & Biodiversity, Dep Wildl.fi Fish Sci,,Tex A&M Univ, College Station 77843-2258] Notmpis 
topeka, N sttammeus, N chiosomus, N procne, N volucellus, Cypnnella venusta, C lutrensis. and Notemiaonus 
crysoleucas 

95002735 Scnbner, Kim T and John C Avise DEMOGRAPHIC AND LIFE HISTORY CHARACTERISTICS 
INFLUENCE THE CYTONUCLEAR GENETIC COMPOSITION OF MOSQUITOFISH HYBRID POPULATIONS 
Genetics and Evolution of Aquatic Organisms A Collection of Papers and Articles Selected From Those Presented 
at the Genetics and Evolution of Aquatic Organisms Conference Held at Banger, Wales on September 10 16, / 992 
A R Beaumont, editor p 280-290 1994 FR 40(2) 

(Fish & Wildl. Res Cent., U S Fish & Wildl, Serv , 1 01 1 E- Tudor Rd , Anchorage, AK 99503) Gambusia afl/nfc 
G nolbrooki, and their hybrid, 

95 002736 Silverslein, Jeffrey A QUANTITATIVE GENETIC STUDY OF SIZE, GROWTH RATE AND TIMING 
OF SEXUAL MATURATION IN COHO SALMON (ONCORHYNCHUS KtSUTCH) Ph.D. dissertation, Univ Wash 
1993. FR40(2) 

95-002737 Skuhn.V A,,S V Kiril'chikandS Ya Slobodyanyuk INVESTIGATION OF GENETIC DIVERGENCE 
OF SPAWNING STOCKS IN THE BAIKAL SCULPIN COTTOCOMfPHORUS CRZWINCKI (DYBOWSKI) BY 
mtDNA RESTRICTION ANALYSIS Russ I Genet (Engl Transl Cene*a)31(1).93-98 1995. FR 40(2) 
(Limnol Inst, Russian Acad Sci, Siberian Div, Irkutsk, 664033 Russia] 



,"*., ?,?' th ' Stephen M ' Mldiael J Macema < Vjnce "t H Travmchek and Rex A Dunham. FAILURE OF 

?M U C ^ C TJ^^ 

THEIR FIRST GENERATION HYBRID W Am ) F,sh Manage 15(1)121-125 1995. FR 40(2) 

[Dep Fish, & Allied Aquacult,Agnc Exp Sin,, Auburn Univ, Auburn, AL 36849] Pomms mgromaculalus, P 
annulans, and P nigronracu/afus x P annulans in Alabama 



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95-002739 Suwa, Makoto, Katsutoshi Arai and Ryo Suzuki SUPPRESSION OF THE FIRST CLEAVAGE AND 
CYTOGENETIC STUDIES ON THE GYNOGFNETIC LOACH Hsh Sci G0(6)673681 1994 FR -10(2} 

[Arai Grad School Biosphere Sci , Hiroshima Univ , Kagamiyama, Higashi hiroshtma, Hiroshima 724, Japan] 
tvtisgtimus anguillicaudatus 

95-002740 Szathmary, Eors and John Maynard Smith THE MAJOR EVOLUTIONARY TRANSITIONS Nature 
(Land) 374(6519) 227-231 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Collegium Budapest, Szentharomsag u 2 , H-1014 Budapest, Hungary] Protoptenis 

95-002741 Taggart, J B; P A Prodohl and A Ferguson GENETIC MARKERS FOR ATLANTIC SALMON 
(SALMO SAIAR L ) SINGLE LOCUS INHERITANCE AND JOINT SEGREGATION ANALYSES OF MINISATELLITE 
(VNTR) DNA LOCI Anim Genet 26(1} 13-20 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Biol & Mol Sci , School Nat. Sci., Univ Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland] 

95-002742 Tagliavmi, James, S Salvadon;A Cau,G GandolfiandA M Dcma CYTOCHROMEbSEQUENCES 
IN THE EUROPEAN KLANGUIILAANGUILLA (L ) Report of the 1994 Session at the EIFAC/tCES Working Group 
on Eel, Oviedo, Spam, 26 September- 1 October 1 994 C/MC (Cur Inland Fish Advis Comm ) Occas Pap No 30 
p. 6, 17 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 

[Dep Biol & Fisiol Gen, Viale delle Scienze, 1-43100 Parma, Italy] 

95002743 Thiriot Quievreux, Catherine ADVANCES IN CYTOGENETICS OF AQUATIC ORGANISMS 
Cene(/cs and Evolution of Aquatic Organisms A Collection of Papers and Articles Selected From Those Presented 
at the Genetics and Evolution ol Aquatic Organisms Conference Held at Sangor, Wales on September 10 J 6, (992 
A R Beaumont, editor p 369-388 1994 FR 40(2) 

(Lab, Oceanogr. Blochim & Ecol., Observ OceanoL, Univ P, & M Curie CNRS-INSU, 06230 
Villefranche-sur-Mer, France] 

95-002744 Tsai, H-) and Y.-L Chen ENGINEERING AND EXPRESSION IN ESCHERICHIA COLI CELLS OF 
THE cDNA ENCODING THE GONADOTROPIN a-SUBUNIT MATURE REGION OF YELLOWHN PORGY ] 
Appl Ichthyol. 10(2-3)189195 1994 FR 40(2) 

|lnst Fish. Sci, Natl Taiwan Univ, Taipei, Taiwan 106|/\can(/iopagrus latus, 

95 002745 Tsai, Huai-Jen and Fu-Shen Tseng ELECTROPORATION OF A FOREIGN GENE INTO BLACK 
PORGY ACANTHOPAGRUS SCHLEGLLl EMBRYOS Fish Sci 60(6)787-788 1994 FR 40(2) 
[Inst Fish. Sci, Natl Taiwan Univ,, Taipei, Taiwan 106| 

95-002746 Varnavskaya, N V, V S, Varnavskn and O. N Saravanskn PEROXIDASE POLYMORPHISM IN 
POPULATIONS OF SOCKEYE SALMON ONCORHYNCHUS NERKA (WALBAUM) FROM KAMCHATKA Sov 
Genet (Engt Trans/ Genetika) 24(10). 1304-1309 1989 FR 40(2) 

95 002747 Verspoor, Eric THE EVOLUTION OF GENETIC DIVERGENCE AT PROTEIN CODING LOCI 
AMONG ANADROMOUS AND NONANADROMOUS POPULATIONS OF ATLANTIC SALMON SALMO 
SALAR Genetics and Evolution of Aquatic Organisms A Collection of Papers and Articles Selected From Those 
Presented at the Genetics and Evolution of Aquatic Organisms Conference Held at Bangor, Wales on September 
10-16, 1992 A R Beaumont, editor p. 52-67, 1994 FR 40(2) 

[SOAFD Mar Lab,, P.O, Box 101, Aberdeen AB9 8DB, Scotland] 

95002748 Wetzel,Lisa GENETIC,MORPHOMETRIC,ANDLIFEHISTORYCHARACTER1STICSOFSOCKEYE 
SALMON (O NERKA) IN THE WOOD RIVER LAKE SYSTEM, ALASKA. MS iheas, Univ Wash 1993 FR 40(2) 

95-002749 Wills, Paul S; John M Pare! and Robert] Sheehan PRESSURE INDUCED TRIPLOIDY IN HYBRID 
tPOM/S / World Aquacult Soc 25(4):507-51 1. 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Fish. Res, Lab , Aquacull. Res & Demonstration Cent., Dep. Zool , South 111 Univ , Carbondale 62901-651 1 ] 
L macrochirus x L cyanellus 

95002750 Yang, B-Y.;N C Bols and T. T Chen EXPRESSION OF TWO GROWTH HORMONE GCNES IN 
RAINBOW TROUT {ONCORHYNCHUS MYKtSS) Am Zoo! 34(5) 27A 1994 Abstract only FR 40[2) 
(Cent, Mar. Biotechnol , Univ. Md , Baltimore 2 1 201 ] Oncorfixndius my(.fss. 

95 002751 Zhang, Hunn; Nobuaki Okamoto and Yayoi Ikcda, TWO C-myc GENES FROM A TETRAPLOID 
FISH, THE COMMON CARP (CYPRINUS CARPIO). Gene (Anal) 153(2)-231-236 1995, FR 40(2) 

[Okamoto. Dep. Aquat BIOSCI,, Tokyo Univ. Fish , Konan 4, Mmato ku, Tokyo 1 08, Japan, tel:81-3-5463 0547; 
fax i 81-3-5463-0552;e-mail-nokamoto@tokyou-fishacjp] 

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BEHAVIOR 

95002752 Baerends, Gerard P A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF STIMULUS SELECTION IN THE FILIAL 
FOLI OWING RESPONSE OF FRY OF SUBSTRATE SPAWNING CICHLID FISH Behaviour 125(1-2) 79 155 
1993 FR40(2) 

[Dep Zool , Univ Gromngert, Gronmgen, Netherlands! GcWasoma nigrolasciatum 

95 002753 Baras, Elienne CONSTRAINTS IMPOSED BY HIGH DENSITIES ON BEHAVIOURAL SPAWNING 
STRATEGIES IN THE BARBEL, BARBUS BARBUS. Folia Zool 43(3)255-266 1994 FR 40(2) 
jUniv Liege, Lah Fish Demogr & Aquacult , 22 quai van Beneden, B-4020 Liege, Belgium} 

95002754 Baron, V. D , K S Morshnev,V M Olshansky and A A Orlov ELECTRIC ORGAN DISCHARGES 
OF TWO SPECIES OF AFRICAN CATFISH (SYNODONT/5) DURING SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR Amm fleh.iv 
48(6)1472-1475 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Lab. Lower Vertebr Behav,Severtzovlnst Evol Amm Morphol & Ecol, Russian Acad Set, 1 17071 Lemnsky 
Prospecl 33, Moscow, Russia] 5 sdiall and 5 ntgnta 

95002755 Bell, Michael A STICKLEBACKS A MODEL FOR BEHAVIOR EVOLUTION Trends Ecol & Evol 
10(3)101-102. 1995, FR 40(2) 

[Dep Ecol & Evol , SUNY, Stony Brook, NY 1 1 794-5245] Gasterosteus acu/eatus 

95002756 Bjerselms, R, K H Olsen and W Zheng. BEHAVIOURAL AND ENDOCRINOLOGICAL 
RESPONSES OF MATURE MALE GOLDFISH TO THE SEX PHEROMONE 
1 7a,20B DIHYDROXY-4-PREGNEN-3 ONE IN THE WATER. I. Exp Biol 198(3)747-754 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Zoophysiol,, Uppsala Univ., Norbyvagen ISA, S-752 36 Uppsala, Sweden] Caraw awatus 

95 002757 Breden, Felix; Doug Novinger and Alex Schubert THE EFFECT OF EXPERIENCE ON MATE CHOICE 
INTHETRINIDADGUPPY,POraiMREnCL/MM Environ Biol Fishes 42(3) 323-328 1995 FR 40(2) 
[Dep Btol Sci, Simon Fraser Univ, Burnaby, BC, Canada V5A 1S&| 

95-002758 Bryanl, Michael ). COMPETITION FOR FOOD AND VARIATION OF FITNESS IN GROUPS OF 
FEMALE JAPANESE MEDAKA (ORYZtAS LATIPES) DEPEND ON THE SYNCHRONY OF FOOD ARRIVAL, M S 
thesis, Concordia Umv (Canada) G8p, 1993. From Maslers Abslr Inl 32(6)1503. 1994, Order No. 
MAMM87299, FR40(2) 

95002759 Burrows, M, T FORAGING TIME STRATEGY OF SMALL JUVENILE PLAICE, A LABORATORV 
STUDY OF DIEL AND TIDAL BEHAVIOUR PATTERNS WITH ARJEM1A PREY AND SHRIMP PREDATORS Mar 
Ecol Prog Ser 115{1&2) 3139 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dunstaffnage Mar Lab , P O. Box 3, Oban, Argyll PA34 4AD, Scotland| P/euronecies p/afessa. 

95-002760 Caza, Nathalie, [PARENTAL INVESTMENT OF THE MALE THREE-SPINED STICKLEBACK 
{CASTEROSTEUSACULEXnJS)]MS thesis, Univ Laval (Canada) 64p. 1992 In French FromMasrersAbstr.ini 
32(1)171 1994, Order No MAMM796 17 FR 40(2) 

95-002761 Champalbcrt, G and C Koutsikopoulos BEHAVIOUR, TRANSPORT AND RECRUITMENT OF 
BAY OF BISCAY SOLE (SOLEA SOLEA) LABORATORY AND FIELD STUDIES ; Mar Btol Assoc UK 
75(1)93-108. 1995. FR 40(2) 

[Cent Oceanol URA 41 CNRS, Case 901, Campus de Lummy, 13288 Marseille Codex 09, France] 

95002762 Clark, Eugenie and John F Pohle MONOGAMY IN TILEFISH Res & Explor 8(3)276-295 1992. 
FR-IO(2) 

[Dep Zool , Univ, Md, College Park 20742] Mulscanthus laloviltatut m the Mediterranean Region and the 
Red Sea 

95-002763 Coad, Brian W. and Laith A ] A! Hassan FRESHWATER SHARK ATTACKS AT BASRAH, IRAQ. 
Zool Middle EaslVo\. 3. p 49-53. 1989 In English with German summ. FR 40(2) 

llclilhyol Sect., Nail Mus, Nat Sci, Ottawa, ON, Canada K1P6P4] Carcftarfimus leucas 

95 002764 Connor, Richard C ALTRUISM AMONG NON RELATIVES. ALTERNATIVES TO THE 'PRISONER'S 
DILEMMA' TrendsEcol. &Evol 10(2},8486 1995, FR 40(2) 

[Div Biol. Sci.Soc Fellows, Mus Zool, Univ Mich , Ann Arbor 481 09] Serranus tignnus and Hypop/ecfrus 
nigncans 

95002765 Copp, Gordon H. THE UPPER RIVER RHONE REVISITED. AN EMPIRICAL MODEL Or 
MICROHABITAT USE BY 0+ JUVENILE FISHES, Folia Zool 42(4) 329-340 1 993. FR 40(2) 

[Div. Environ, Sci , Univ Hertfordshire, College Ln , Hatfield, Herts AL1 9AB, England! Rulilus rutilus, Gobto 
gobio, and Perca fluviattlis in France 

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95 002766 Fangstam, Hasse INDIVIDUAL SWIMMING SPEED AND TIME ALLOCATION DURING SMOLT 
MIGRATION IN SALMON Workshop on the Postsmoll Biology ol Sa/monic/s in Ranching Systems, November 
JO 12, 1992, Umea, Sweden Torleif Eriksson and Torborn larvi, editors Word ] Freshwater Res No 69 p 99 

1994 Abstract only FR40(2} 

(Dep Aquacult, Umea, Sweden] ia/rno sa/ar 

95-002767 Gerlai, Robert and Vilmos Csanyi ARTIFICIAL BIDIRECTIONAL SELECTION TOR A 
SPECIES SPECIFIC BEHAVIOURAL ELEMENT, STACCATO MOVEMENT, IN PARADISE FISH, MACROPODUS 
OPERCULARIS Anim Behav 48(6) 1293-1300 1994 FR40(2) 

[Ml Sinai Hospital, Samuel Lunenfeld Res Inst, Div Mol litimunol, & Neurobiol, 600 Umveriity Ave, 
Toronto, ON, Canada M5G 1X5] 

95-002768 Gerstner, Cynthia STATION-HOLDING BY PLAICE (PLEURONECTES PLATESSA) AND COD 
[GADUS MORHUA) ON SUBSTRATUM RIPPLES. M,S thesis, Umv Mich 1994 FR 40(2) 

95002769 Gillis, G B and G V Lauder KINEMATICS OF FEEDING IN BLUEGILL SUNFISH IS THERE A 
GENERAL DISTINCTION BETWEEN AQUATIC CAPTURE AND TRANSPORT BEHAVIORS? / Cxp Biol 
198(3)709-720 1995, FR 40(2) 

(Dep Ecol & Evol Biol, Univ Calif,, Irvme 92717] Lepomis macrocfiinJi, 

95-002770 Godin, Jean-Guy ] and Scott A. Davis WHO DARES, BfNCFITS: PREDATOR APPROACH 
BEHAVIOUR IN THE GUPPY (POECILIA RE7ICULATA) DETERS PREDATOR PURSUIT Proc R. Soc. tone/ Ser 
BBiol Sci 259(1355)193-200 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Biol,, Ml Allison Unlv, Sackville, NB, Canada EGA 3CO] /\er;uidenspii/chc/. 

95002771 Grant, )ames W, A; Michael J, Bryant and Catherine E. Soos, OPERATIONAL SEX RATIO, 
MEDIATED BY SYNCHRONY OF FEMALE ARRIVAL, ALTERS THE VARIANCE OF MALE MATING SUCCESS IN 
JAPANESE MEDAKA.Aoim Behav 49(2)367-375 1995 FR 40(2) 

|Dep Biol , Concordia Univ ,1455 Maisonneuve Blvd W , Montreal, PQ, Canada H3G 1 M8] Oryztas fatipes 

95-002772 Guilford, Tim. ANIMAL SIGNALS ALL HONESPf AND LIGHT? Trends EGO/ & Evol, T0(3),100 101 

1995 FR40(2) 

(Anim Behav. Res Group, Dep Zool,, Oxford Univ , South Parks Rd,, Oxford OX1 3PS, England] Poecilia 
reliculata and Thatassoma bifasciatum, 

95002773 Harada, Katsiihiko, Taiko Miyasaki and Yukiyosln Tamura ATTRACTIVITY OF SUGARS AND 
RELATED COMPOUNDS FOR THE ORIENTAL WEATHERFISH MISGURNUS ANGUILLICAUDATUS Fish So 
60(6):643-645 1994 FR 40(2) 

|Dep, Food Sci. & Technol , Shimonoseki Univ Fish , SSiimonoseki, Yamaguchi 759 65, Japan] 

95002774 Harrington, Michael E. AGGRESSION IN DAMSELFISH' HABITUATION BY ADULTS OF 
POMACENTRUS PARWUS TO JUVENILE INTRUDERS Fnwron Biol Fis/)Ci42(l)'25-35 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Rosenstiel School Mar & Atmos. Sci , Div. Mar Biol. & Fish , Univ, Miamr, 4600 Rickenbacker Causeway, 
Miami, FL 33149] P vartabilis 

95002775 Hams, M P and S. Wanless POPULATION STUDIES AND CONSERVATION OF PUFFINS 
FRAWRCULA ARCllCA Bird Population Studies Relevance to Conservation and Management Collected Papers 
of the first International Symposium organized by the "Station Biologicfiie de la Jour du Vala t " held December 1 2 
to !6, 1988, at the Station Blologique in La Sambuc, Atles, France C M Per/ins,/-D. lebrefonandG / M Hirons, 
editors p. 230-248. 1 994. FR 40(2} 

[Inst Terrestrial Ecol, Hill of Brathens, Banchory, Kincardineshire AB31 4BY, Scotland] Potlachius wrens, 
Mallotus villosus, Ammodytes mannus, Clupss harengus, and Spraltus sprattus in the North Atlantic Ocean. 

95 002776 Hernandez, L. P ONTOGENY OF FEEDING BEHAVIOR IN LARVAL ZEBRAFISH, BRACI IYDAMO 
RLRtO Am Zool 34(5):56A 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 
(Harvard Univ,, Cambridge, MA 02138] 

95-002777 Huntmgford, F A, N B. Metcajfe and J, E Thorpe SOCIAL STATUS AND FEEDING IN ATLANTIC 
SALMON SALMO SALAR PARR. THE EFFECT OF VISUAL EXPOSURE TO A DOMINANT Ethology 
94(3).201-206. 1993 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Zoo!., Univ. Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8QQ, Scotland] 

95002778 Johnston, Carol E. NEST ASSOCIATION IN FISHES: EVIDENCE FOR MUTUALISM Behav Eco! 
Sociobiol. 35(6)'379-383. 1994. FR 40(2) 

[U.S. For, Sen/., For. Hydrol. Lab., P.O Box 947, Oxford, MS 30655] Lepomu cyaneltus, I mega/otis, and 
Lythrurus umbrat'tlis 

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95002779 Johnstons, Rufus A SEXUAL SELECTION, HONEST ADVERTISEMENT AND THE HANDICAP 
PRINCIPLE REVIEWING THE EVIDENCE Biol Rev Camb Philos Soc 70(1)1-65 1995 FR40(2) 
|Dep Zool , Umv Cambridge, Downing St, Cambridge CB2 3EJ, England] 

95-002780 Jorstad, Knut E, Ove T, Skilbrei; Marianne Holm, Oystein Skaala and Eva Fafestveit 
VIDEO DOCUMENTATION OF SALMON SMOLT BEHAVIOUR COMPARISON BETWEEN RELEASES FROM 
A RIVER AND FROM A SMALL COASTAL BAY Workshop on the Postsmolt Biology of Salmomds in Ranching 
Systems, November 10 12, /992, L/mea, Sweden Jorleif Eriksson and Torborn farvi, editors Nord / Freshwater 
Res No 69 p. 102 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 
[Inst Mar Res, Bergen, Norway] 

95 002781 Kakimolo, Hiroshr and Ken Tsumura FISH BEHAVIOR AROUND ARTIFICIAL REEFS. Proceedings 
of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habiiat Enhancement, 3 7 November 199}, LongBeach, California, 
USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Set 55(2-3) 1338-1339 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 
[Shimonoseki Umv Fish,, 2-7-1, Nagata Honmachi, Shimonoscki City 759-65, Japan] 

95002782 Kramer, B and B Kuhn ELECTRIC SIGNALING AND IMPEDANCE MATCHING IN A VARIABLE 
ENVIRONMENT Waturvvissensc/iaHen 80(1)43-46 1993 FR 40(2) 

(Zool Ins! Umv, W8400 Regensburg, Germany] Campytomormyrus rhynchophorus, C tatnandua, 
Pollimyrus isidon, and Peiroccphalus bovei 

95002783 Leshcheva, T S andA.Y Zhuikov, editors. (LEARNING IN FISHES. \Acad Sci USSR Severtsov Inst 
Evo! Morphol & Wild! Ecol 94p 1989 In Russian FR 40(2) 

95002784 Lokkeborg, S, B L Olla, W H Pearson and M W Davib BEHAVIOURAL RESPONSES OF 
SABLEFISH, ANOPIOPOM4 flMB/JM, TO BAIT ODOUR ; Fish Bio! 46(1) 142-155 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Inst Mar Res, PO Box 1870, Nordncs N-5024, Bergen, Norway] 

95 002785 Losey, Geofge S , Jr and Piet Sevenster CAN THREE SPINCD STICKLEBACKS LEARN WHEN TO 
DISPLAY? REWARDED DISPLAYS. Anim Behav 49(1)-137-1SO 1995 FR40(2) 

{Dep. Zool & Hawaii Inst Mar Biol,Univ Hawaii, P,O Box 1346, Kaneohe 96744] Gasterosteus acu/ea[us. 

95002786 Macias Garcia, Constantino SOCIAL BEHAVIOR AND OPERATIONAL SEX RATIOS IN THE 
VIVIPAROUS FISH GIRARDINICHJHYS MUL7IRADIA7US Cop 1994(4} 919-925 1994 FR 40(2) 
[Cent Ecol , UNAM, A P. 70 275, C P. 04510, Mexico, D F , Mexico) 

95 002787 Malby, Mark SCHOOLING FISHES THE BENEFITS OF GROUP LIVING Discovery (Vancouver 
NaL Hist Soc) 23(4} 147-151 1994 FR 40(2) 

[5 8579 Selkirk St , Vancouver, BC, Canada V6P 4J1 ] 

95 002788 Masuda, Relji; Kaisumi Tsukamolo, Keinosuke Imaizunu, Satoshi Shlozawa, Sachio Sekiya;Takayuki 
Kogane and Akefumi Nishi THE ROLE OF OPTICAL AND CHEMICAL STIMULI IN THE FEEDING BEHAVIOR 
OF STRIPED JACK PSEUDOCARANX DENJEX Fish So 6I(1)-169-170 1995 FR 40(2) 
[Ocean Res Inst , Umv Tokyo, Mmamidai, Nakano, Tokyo 1 64, Japan] 

95 002789 Metcalfe, Neil B , Alan C Taylor and John E Thorpe METABOLIC RATE, SOCIAL STATUS AND 
LIFE-HISTORY STRATEGIES IN ATLANTIC SALMON Anim Bchav 49(2)431-436. 1995 FR 40(2) 
|Dep Zool , Glasgow Univ , Glasgow G1 2 SQQ, Scotland] Satmo salar 

95 002 790 Metcalfe, Neil B and Bruce C. Thomson FISH RECOGNIZE AND PREFER TO SHOAL WITH POOR 
COMPETITORS Proc R Soc. Lond Ser B Biol So 259(1355)207-210 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Fish Behav & Ecol Group, Graham Kcrr Bldg, Div. Environ & Evol, Bml, IBLS, Glasgow Univ, Glasgow 
G12 8QQ, Scotland] PhtKinus phoxinus 

95 002791 Miklosi, Adam, Jozsef Haller and Vilmos Csanyi THE INFLUENCE OF OPPONENT-RELATED AN D 
OUTCOME-RELATED MEMORY ON REPEATED AGGRESSIVE ENCOUNTERS IN THE PARADISE FISH 
(MACROPODUS OPERCULARIS) Biol Bull (Woods Hole) 188(1)8388 1995 FR 40(2) 
[EolvosLorand Univ, Dep Elhol, Godjavorka S. u 14, H 2131, Hungary} 

95 002792 Mornsselle, Julie [SEXUAL SELECTION OF THETHREESPINE STICKLEBACK, THE CHOICE OF A 
PARTNER DEPENDS ON THE QUALITY OF HER EGGS | M S thesis, Univ Laval (Canada) 91 p. 1 993. In French 
From Masters Abstr Int. 32(6) 1586. 1994 Order No MAMM8676B FR40(2( 
Gasterosleus acu/ealus. 

95 002793 Munehara, Hiroyuki, Akiko Takenaka and Osamu Takenaka. ALLOPARENTAL CARE IN THE 
MARINESCULPIN/uOCH7W$/UC/COKW/5 (PISCES COTTIDAE) COPULATING IN CONJUNCTION WITH 
PARENTAL CARE / Ethol 1 2(2) 1 1 5-1 20, 1 994 FR 40(2) 

[Usujifi Fish Lab , Fac. Fish , Hokkaido Univ,, Usujin 1 52, Minamikayabe cho, Hokkardo 04 1-1 6, Japan] 

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95002754 Myers, Robcrl F CLARIFICATION OFTHE STATUS OFTHEFISHESPtC7ROPOMUSAROMTU5 
(SERRANIDAE) AND LETHRINUS SEMICINCJUS (LETHRINIDAE) IN THE MARIANA ISLANDS. Micronesica 
27(1/2)119-121 1994 FR40(2} 

[PO Box21153, GMF, Guam 96921]P laevis and L ol/vaceui 

95002795 Nakano, S VARIATION IN AGONISTIC ENCOUNTERS IN A DOMINANCE HIERARCHY OF 
FREELY INTERACTING RED-SPOTTED MASU SALMON (ONCORHYNCHUS MASOU ISHIKAWAI) Ecol 
Freshwater Fish 3(4) 153-158 1994 In English with Spanish sunim FR 40(2) 

|Nakagawa Exp For, Fac Agnc, Hokkaido Umv, Otoineppu, Hokkaido 098-25, Japan] 

95-002796 Nakano, Stiigeru, INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN RESOURCE USE, GROWTH AND EMIGRATION 
UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF A DOMINANCE HIERARCHY IN FLUVIAL RED SPOTTED MASU SALMON IN A 
NATURAL HABITAT I Anim Ecol 64(1)7584 1995 FR 40(2) 

|Nakagawa Exp For , Fac Agric , Hokkaido Univ., Otoineppu, Hokkaido 098-25, )apan] Oncothynchusmasou 
ishikawa in Japan 

95-002797 Nshombo, Muderhwa POLYCHROMATISM Of THE SCALE EATER PERISSODUS MICROLEPIS 
(GCHLIDAE.TELEOSTEI) IN RELATION TO FORAGING BEHAVIOR / Ct/io/ 12(2)1-41-161 1994 FR 40(2) 
(B P. 254, Bujumbura, Burundi] 

95-002798 Ogburn-Matthews, M Virginia and Dennis M Allen. INTERACTIONS AMONG SOMC 
DOMINANT ESTUARINE NEKTON SPECIES. Estuaries 1 6(4) 840 850. 1 993. FR 40(2) 

(Belle W Baruchlnst Mar Biol & Coastal Res,, Univ S C, P.O. Box 1 630, Georgetown 29442] leioslomus 
xanthwus, Fundulus mantis, Mugil curema, Anchoa hepsetus, A mitchilli, and Menidia mennJia in South Carolina 

95-002799 Parker, S ), HOMING ABILITY AND HOME RANGE OF YELLOW PHASE AMERICAN EELS IN A 
TIDALLY DOMINATED ESTUARY / Mar Biol Assoc UK 75(1)-127-140 1995, FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Zool , 5751 Murray Hall, Univ. Maine, Orono 04469-5751 1 Anguilla rosirata in Maine. 

95-002800 Paxlon, C.G M. and A E Magurran BRIGHTLY COLOURED SCHOOLS AND RED HERRINGS- 
AREPLYTOROCCANOVA Anim Behav 48(6)14591460 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Anim. Behdv Res. Group, Dep Zool,, Univ Oxford, S. Parks Rd , Oxford OX1 3PS, England! 

95 002B01 Persson, Lennarl and Peter Eklov PREY REFUGES AFFECTING INTERACTIONS BETWEEN 
PISCIVOROUS PERCH AND JUVENILE PERCH AND ROACH Ecology 76(1), 7001 1995 FR 40(2) 
[Dep Anim. Ecol , Umea Univ , S-901 B7 Umea, Sweden] Perca f/uwatifoand Rutilus rutitus, 

95 002802 Phillips, Kathiyn SCHOOL RIDDLES HOW MANY FISH DOES IT TAKE TO MAKE A SCHOOL? 
AND WHY ISN'T THE MIDDLE SAFER? Ini Wildl 25(2)44-51,1995 FR 40(2) 

95-002803 Qumn, Thomas P HOW DO SHARKS ORIENT AT SEA? Trench Ecof Evol 9(8}:277-278, 1994 
FR40(2) 

[School Fish. WH-1 0, Univ Wasli., Seattle 981 95] 

95002804 Reebs, Stephan G NOCTURNAL MATE RECOGNITION AND NEST GUARDING BY FEMALE 
CONVICT CICHLIDS (PISCES, C1CHLIDAE OCHLASOMA NIGROFASCIA7UM). Ethology 96(4)'303-31 2 1 994. 
FR 40(2) 

[Dep Biol., Univ Moncton, Moncton, NB, Canada E1 A 3E9] 

95 002805 Richmond, Alan M and Boyd Kynard ONTOGENETIC BEHAVIOR OF SHORTNOSE STURGEON, 
ACIPENSER BREVIROSTRUM Copeia 1995(1) 172-182 1995, FR 40(2) 
[Zool Dep,, Univ Mass,, Amherst 01003] 

95002806 Ross, William TRY BEHAVIOR IN OREOCIIROMIS MOSSAMBICUS, Trop Fish Hobbyist 
43(fl}.78-83 1995 FR 40(2) 

95 002807 Ryer, Clifford H and Bon L. Olla INFLUENCES OF FOOD DISTRIBUTION ON FISH FORAGING 
BEHAVIOUR. Anim Behav 49(2)411-418 1995 FR 10(2) 

[Alaska Fish Sci. Cent., NMFS,NOAA,Hatfield Mar Sci Cent,, Newport, OR 97365] T/ieragra c/hi/cogramma 

95-002808 Sailors, B. and N. Sanders. THE 'COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION' MODEL AND AMPHIPRION CLARKH 
IS ITA FACTOR IN IMPRINTING? Am Zool 34(5).63A. 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 
[Northeast Mo, State Univ , Kirksville 63501 j 

95 002809 Shaw, Kerry. PHYLOGENETIC TESTS OF THE SENSORY EXPLOITATION MODEL OF SEXUAL 
SELECTION Trends Ccol & Evol. 1 0(3):1 1 7-1 20. 1 995, FR 40(2) 

[Sect. Ecol &Syst & Sect. Neurobiol. & Behav, Cornell Univ, Illiaca, NY 14853-2701 ] Xiphophorus hellen 
andX macu/aius 

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95-002810 Sikkel, Paul C DILL PERIODICITY OFSPAWNINC ACTIVITY IN A PERMANENTLY TERRITORIAL 
DAMSELFISH:ATEST OF ADULTFEEDING HYPOTHESES Environ Biol Fishes 42(3) 241-251 1995 FR 40(2} 
jMacLean Mar Sci Cent , Untv Virgin Islands, 2 John Brewers Bay, St Thomas 00802, U S Virgin Islands! 
Hypsypops rubicandus in California 

95-00281 1 Smith, Carl and Robert | Wootton. EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF SOME FACTORS AFFECTING 
PARENTAL EXPENDITURE AND INVESTMENT IN CiCHLASOMA NIGROFASCIATUM (CICHLIDAE) Environ 
Biol Fishes 42(3) 289-302 1995 FR40(2) 

| lust Biol Sci, Univ Wales, Aberystwylh, DyfedSY23 3DA, Wales] 

95002812 Snuuns, E. ) and ). M Gunn COPING WITH A WARM ENVIRONMENT BEHAVIORAL 
THERMOREGULATION BY LAKE TROUT Trans ,4m fish 5oc 124(1)-1 18-123 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Coop Freshwater Ecol Unit, Aquat, Ecosyst Res Sect, Ontario Minis! Nat Resour,Dep Riol, Lauronlmn 
Univ, Sudbury, ON, Canada P3E 2Cf>) Salvelmus namaycush m Canada 

95002813 Sunaga, T and K. O Ume?u EFFECTS OF PRE-FEEDING SPEED ON FINAL FEEDING RATE OF 
GAMBUStA AFF1NIS (POECILIIDAE) IN FEEDING EXPERIMENTS tnt Ver Theor Angew Limnol Veih 
25(4)2192, 1994 Abstract only FR40(2) 

|Bio1 Lab , Fac Educ, Kagawa Univ, Takamalsu, Kagawa, Japan] 

95002814 Svemsson, Torarinn and Toshiaki J Hara, MATURE MALES OF ARCTIC CHARR, SALVCUNUS 
AlPINUS, RELEASE F-TYPE PROSTAGLANDINS TO ATTRACT CONSPECIFIC MATURE FEMALES AND 
STIMULATE THEIR SPAWNING BEHAVIOR Environ Biol Fishes 42(3} 253-266 1995 FR 40(2) 

|Dep Ptiysiol, Univ Iceland, Vatnsmyrarvegur 16, IS 101 Reykjavik, Iceland] 

95 00281 5 Timmms, Clark Brighton ZEITGEBERS EFFECTING OVIPOSITION IN EICENMANNIA VIRLSCENS 
MS thesis, Univ Utah 19p 1994 FR 40(2) 

95002816 Ullen,F;T.G De!iagma,G,N OrlovskyandS Grillner SPATIAL ORIENTATION IN THE LAMPREY. 
II VISUAL INFLUENCE ON ORIENTATION DURING LOCOMOTION AND IN THE ATTACHED STATE. I E\p 
Bio! 198(3)675681 1995. FR40(2) 

[Nobel Inst. NeurophysJol, Karolmska Inst,, Box 60400, S-104 01 Stockholm, Sweden) Larnpetra (luviatihs. 

95002817 Vincent, Amanda C J A ROLE FOR DAILY GREETINGS IN MAINTAINING SEAHORSE PAIR 
BONDS Antm flenav 49(1)258-260, 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Zool.S Parks Rd, Oxford OX1 3PS, England] Hippocampus whitei. 

95002815 Warner, Robert R, Francois Wernerus, Pierre Lejeuneand Eric van den Berghe, DYNAMICS OF 
FEMALE CHOICE FOR PARENTAL CARE IN A FISH SPECIES WHERE CARE IS FACULTATIVE flenav Ecol 
6(1)7381.1995. FR 40(2) 

|Dep Biol Sci,Univ,Cahf, Santa Barbara 93106] Symphodtts tines. 

95002819 Whonskey, F. G and K Brown, UNDER ICE OBSERVATIONS OF BEHAVIOR OF SELECTED 
NATIVEAND EXOTIC FISHES OFTHEST LAWRENCE RIVER SYSTEM ZooBtol 13(6)'545-555 1994.FR4Q(21 

[Dep Nat Resour So , Macdonald Campus, McGill Univ, 21, 111 Lakeshore Rd.,Sle-Anne-de-Bellevue, J'Q,- 
Canada H9X 3V9] Perca Itavescens, Fundulus hetcrodttus, and Carasstus auratus 

95002820 Wilson, David Sloan; Anne B. Clark; Krislme Coleman and Ted Dearstyne. SHYNESS AND 
80LDNESS IN HUMANS AND OTHER ANIMALS TrendsEcol Evol 9(11)442-446.1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Biol, Sci , Bmghamton Univ,, Bmgharnton, NY 13902 6000] 

95002821 Wisenden, Brian D, Tanya L Lanfrancom-lzawa and Miles H A Keenleysrde. FIN DIGGING AWD 
LEAF LIFTING BY THE CONVICT CICHLID, CICHIASOMA MGRCTASCM7UM. EXAMPLES OF PARENTAL 
FOOD PROVISIONING Anim fleftav 49(3)623 631. 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Biol , Univ Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada S7N OWO] 

95 002822 Wright, P. ) and F. A. Huntingford. AGONISTIC INTERACTIONS IN JUVENILE STICKLEBACKS 
(CASTEROSTEUS ACULEATUS) IN RELATION TO LOCAL PREDATION RISK Ethology 94(3)-248-2S6 1993. 
FR40(2) br ' 

[Huntmgford Dep 2ool,Univ Glasgow, Glasgow G1 2 8QQ, Scotland] 

LIFE HISTORY-GENERAL WORKS 

95 002823 Allen, Dennis M , William S Johnson and Virginia Ogburn-Matlliews TROPHIC RELATIONSHIPS 
AND SEASONAL UTILIZATION OF SALT-MARSH CREEKS BY ZOOPLANKTIVOROUS FISHES Environ, Bio! 
Fishes 42(1) 37-50 1995 FR 40(2) 

[fiarucli Mar Field Lab , Univ. S.C , P O. Box 1630, Georgetown 29442] Memdta memdia, Anchoa m/lcWfft 
A hepsettts, and Membras marhroca in South Carolina. 

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95002824 Almeida, Frank P, Dana Lyn Hartley and Jay Burnett LENGTH WEIGHT RELATIONSHIPS AND 
SEXUAL MATURITY OF COOSEFISH OFF THE NORTHEAST COAST OF THE UNITED STATES. N Am 1 fish 
Manage 15(1)14-25 1995 FR 40(2) 

[NMFS, Northeast Fish Sci Cent , Woods Hole Lab , Woods Hole, MA 02543] Lophius amencanus 

95002825 Alves-Gomes, Jose A, Guillermo Orli, Margo Haygood, Walter HeiNgenberg and Axel Meyer 
PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSIS OF THE SOUTH AMERICAN ELCCTRIC FISHES (ORDER GYMNOT) FORMES) AND 
THE EVOLUTION OP THEIR ELECTROCENIC SYSTEM A SYNTHESIS BASED ON MORPHOLOGY, 
ELECTROPHYSIQLOGY, AND MITOCHONDRIAL SEQUENCE DATA Mo/ Btoi Evol 12(2)299-318 1995 
FR 40(2) 

[0202-Scnpps Inst Oceanogr , La Jolla, CA 92093 0202] 

95002826 American Society of Zoologists, convener. CONSERVED GENES AND DEVELOPMENTAL 
MECHANISMS IN EMBRYOS OF DIVERGENT SPECIES PAPERS FROM TH E SYMPOSIUM PRESENTED AT THE 
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF ZOOLOGISTS, 27-30 DECEMBER 1992, AT 
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA Am Zoo/ 34(3)303-363 1994 FR 40(2) 

Selected paper indexed in ihis issue of Fisheries Review 

95002827 Anderson, Todd W ROLE OF MACROALGAL STRUCTURE IN THE DISTRIBUTION AND 
ABUNDANCE OF A TEMPERATE REEF FISH Mar, Ecol Prog Ser 113(3)279-290 1994. FR 40[2) 

(Friday Harbor Lab,, Univ. Wash,, 620 University Rd., Friday Harbor 98250] Brachyistiiis /irenaius in California, 

95 002828 Bailey, Kevin M. and S. Allen Macklm. ANALYSIS OF PATTERNS IN LARVAL WALLEYE POLLOCK 
7HERACRA CHALCOGRAMMA SURVIVAL AND WIND MIXING EVENTS IN SHELIKOF STRAIT, GULF OF 
ALASKA Mar, Eco/. Prog Ser 113(1&2):M2. 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Fish. Set. Cenl , NOAA, 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 981 1 5-0070] 

95-002829 Bolker, J A. COMPARISON OF GASTRULATION IN FROGS AND FISH Conserved Genes and 
Developmental Mechanisms in Embryos of Divergent Species Papers From the Symposium Presented at the Annual 
Meeling of the American Society of Zoologists, 27-30 December 1992, a! Vancouver, British Columbia American 
Society of Zoologists, convener Am Zoo/, 34(3) 313-322 1994 FR40(2) 

[Dep. Biol., 1 42 Jordan Hall, Indiana Umv , Bloomington 47405] Acipenser transmontanus, 

95002830 Booth, David ]. JUVENILE GROUPS IN A CORALREEF DAMSELFISH, DENSITY-DEPENDENT 

EFFECTSONINDIVIDUALFITNESS AND POPULATION DEMOGRAPHY co/o e >'76(1) > 91-106.1 995. FR 40(2) 

|Dep. Appl. Biol., Univ. Technol. Sydney, Gore Hill, NSW, 2065, Australia] Dascy//iis albisella in Hawaii 

95-002831 Brander, K, M. PATTERNS OF DISTRIBUTION, SPAWNING, AND GROWTH IN NORTH 
ATLANTIC COD: THE UTILITY OF INTERREGIONAL COMPARISONS. Cod and Climate Change Proceedings 
of a Symposium Held in Reyk/avik, 23-27 August 1993 lakob jakobsson, editor Int Counc Explor Sea Mar Set 
Symp. Vol.198 p. 406-413 1994 FR 40(2) 

JMAFF, Dir Fish Res , Fish Lab , Pakefield Rd , Lowestoft, Suffolk NR33 OHT, England) Gadui morhua, 

95002832 Brown, E A, R; N, Finnigan and D. B C, Scott A LIFE TABLE FOR POWAN, COREGONUS 
LAVARE7US (L ) IN LOCH LOMOND, SCOTLAND' A BASIS FOR CONSERVATION STRATEGY, Afjuat Conserv, 
Mar Freshwater Ecosyst 1(2)-183-187. 1991 FR 40(2) 
Cymnocepna/us cernuus 

95-002833 Cambray, Jim THE EASTERN PROVINCE ROCKY (SANDELIA BAINSII) Naturalist (S. A(r) 3?(3) 1 1 
1993. FR 40(2) 

(Albany Mils,, Grahamstown, South Africa. lel:0461-22397] 

95-002834 Carscadden, J. E., editor. REPORT OF THE CANADA USSR CAPELIN SYMPOSIUM, 'THE 
BIOLOGY OF CAPELIN IN THE NORTHWEST ATLANTIC," ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND, CANADA, 27-29 
NOVEMBER 1990 / Northwest All Fish. Sci Vol 17 p 1 67. 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Scl Branch, Dep Fish. & Oceans, PO. Box 5667, St John's, NF, Canada A1C 5X1] Individual papers indexed 
in this issue of Fisheries Review. Mallotus villosus. 

95-002835 Cortes, Enric. DEMOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF THE ATLANTIC SHARPNOSE SHARK, 
RHIZOPRIONODON TERRAENQVAE, IN THE GULF OF MEXICO US Nati Mar Fish ierv fisf) Bull 
93(1):57-66. 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Cent. Shark Res , Mote Mar Lab., 1 600 Thompson Pkwy., Sarasota, FL 34236| 

9S-002836 Crawford, Stephen S. and Eugene K Balon ALTERNATIVE LIFE HISTORIES OF THE GENUS 
LUCAN1A 3 AN ECOMORPHOLOGICAL EXPLANATION OF ALTR1CIAL (L PARVA) AND PRECOCIAL (L 
GOODEI) SPECIES, fnviron. Biol. Fishes 41(1-4)369 402. 1994. FR 40(2) 

(Inst. Ichthyol. & Dep Zool., Univ. Guelph, Guetph, ON, Canada NIG 2W1 ] 

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95002837 Czajkowski, Stephen P DISTRIBUTION, MOVEMENT, AND POLLUTION STATISTICS OF 
WALLEYES STKOffiDtOM VITREUM IN THE LAKE WINNEBACO SYSTEM, WISCONSIN MS thens.Univ Wts 
(Stevens Point) 98p 1993 FR40(2) 

95 002836 Daniel, Karen L FOOD HABITS, ACE AND GROWTH, AND FORAGE VALUE OF THE ALEWIFE 
IN WATAUCA RESERVOIR, TENNESSEE MS l/iesrt Univ Tenn 93p 19B4 FR 40(2) 

Atosa pssudoharengus, Siizosfedion vitreum, Mtcroptetus dolomteu, PomoKis, Oncorhynchus mykiss, and 
Salmo letmca 

95002839 Efanov, V N, Z M Zakirova, A M Kaev, N A Fedotova and V M Chupakhm [WATER 
TEMPERATU RE REGIMEN AND ZOOPLANKTONIC COMMUNITIES OF THE OKHOTSK SEA COAST OF THE 
ITURUP ISLAND DURING THE GRAZING PERIOD OF PINK AND CHUM SALMON FRY ] jBiology of Mams 
Plankton Collection ol Scientiltc Papers } Biol Mo/yd (Vlaclivost) Suppl p 53-61 1990, In Russian wilh English 
summ FR40(2) 

Oncorfiync/ii/stefa andO gorbusc/ia 

95 002840 Elliott, ]- M QUANTITATIVE ECOLOGY AND THE BROWN TROUT Oxford Univ Press 286p, 
1994 Available at $52.50 (cloth) and $22 95 (paper) from Oxford Univ Press, 200 Madison Ave, New York, 
NY 10016 FR40(2} 

5afmo trutia in England 

95 002841 Eriksson, Torleif and Torbjorn Jam, editors WORKSHOP ON THE POSTSMOLT BIOLOGY OF 
SALMONIDS IN RANCHING SYSTEMS, NOVEMBER 10 12, 1992, UMEA, SWEDEN, Word / Freshwater Res 
No 69. p. 5 103 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Aquacull, Swedish Univ. Agnc Sci, S 90 183 Umea, Sweden] Selected papers indexed in this issue 
of Fisheries Review 

95 002842 Fausch, Kurt D , Shigeru Nakano and Kenkichi Ishigaki DISTRIBUTION OF TWO CONGENERIC 
CHARRS IN STREAMS OF HOKKAIDO ISLAND, JAPAN CONSIDERING MULTIPLE FACTORS ACROSS 
SCALES Oecotot<ia(Hes(telb} 100(1-2)1-1 2 1994 FR 40(2) 

|Dep Fish & WilrJL Biol , Colo State Univ, Fort Collins 80523] Salvelinus leucomaenis and 5 ma/ma 

95-002843 Fredericks, James P DISTRIBUTION, ABUNDANCE, AND FEEDING ECOLOGY OF 
YOUNG OF-THE-YEAR PADDLEFISH IN UPPER LAKE SAKAKAWEA, NORTH DAKOTA. M 5 thesis, Univ Idaho 
97p 1994 FR40{2) 
Pofyodon spathula. 

95 002844 Cluyas Millan, Maria Georgina REPRODUCTION, ACE AND LENGTH OF FIRST MATURITY OF 
PACIFIC MACKEREL SCOMBER IAPONICUS (HOUTTUYN, 1872) IN VIZCAINO BAY Gene Mar 
20(3^409-419 1994 In Spanish and English FR40(2} 

[Cent Reg Invest Pcsq La Paz, Inst Nac La Pesca, Carretera a Pichilingue km 1 s/n, La Paz, Baja California 
Sur, Mexicol 

95 002845 Holcik, Juraj afld Ladislav Jedlicka GEOGRAPHICAL VARIATION OF SOME TAXONOMICALLY 
IMPORTANT CHARACTERS IN FISHES THE CASE OF THE BITTERLING RHODEUS MRICEUS Environ Biol 
ftifies41(l-4) 147-170. 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Inst Zool &Ecosozol, Slovak Acad Sci, Dubravska cesta 9, 842 06 Bratislava, Slovakia] 

9500284& Kalas, Steinar, THE ECOLOGY OF RUFFE, GYMNOCEPHALUS CERNUUS (PISCES- PERCIDAE} 
INTRODUCED TO MILDEVATN, WESTERN NORWAY environ Biol Fishes 42(3) 219 232 1995 FR 40(2} 

[Dep Anim Ecol, Inst. Zool, Univ Bergen, Allegaten 41, N 5007 Bergen, Norway] Sa/mo t/ytta and 
Gssteiosteus aculentus 

95 002847 Keeley, Ernest Robert, ALLOMETR1C AND ECOLOGICAL DETERMINANTS OF TERRITORY SIZE 
IN JUVENILE ATLANTIC SALMON (S/UMO SAIAR) MS thesis, Concord/a Univ (Canada) 72p. 1993. from 
MaslersAbsIr Inl 32(6)1585 1994 Order No MAMM87317 FR 40(2) 

95002848 LobonCervia, Javier; C G UtriIJa and P A Rioncon LONGITUDINAL VARIATIONS IN THE 
POPULATION DYNAMICS OF THE EUROPEAN EEL ANCUILIA ANCU1LLA (L) IN A CANTABRIAN RIVER 
BASIN Report o* the !994 Session of the EIFAC/ICES Working Croup on Eel, Oviedo, Spain, 26 September-1 
October J994 EiFAC (Eur Inland Fish Advis Comm)Occas Pap No 30 p 4, 16 1994 Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

jMus Nac Crenc- Nat, C/Jose Gutierrez Abascal, 2, Madrid 28006, Spam tel-34 14111328; fax'34 
915&4507B] 

95002849 Long, D. J and M R. Langer, NASSARIID GASTROPODS AS DESTRUCTIVE AGENTS IN 
PRESERVATION AND FOSSILIZATION OFMARINE FISHES, bpenentia (Basel) 51{1):85-89. 1995 FR 40(2) 

|Mus Paleontol, Univ, Calif,, Berkeley 94720] 

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LIFE HISTORY-GENERAL WORKS (Continued) 

95002850 Macpherson, E SUBSTRATE UTILISATION IN A MEDITERRANEAN LITTORAL FISH 
COMMUNITY Mar Ecol Prog Ser 114(3)211-213 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Cent Estudios Avanzados Blanes (CSIC), Cami Santa Barbara s/n, E-17300 Blares (Girona), Spam] Data for 
11 species 

95002851 Manilo, L G [DISTRIBUTION AND MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS Oh EPICONUS 
1ELESCOPUS AND ROBUSfUS (PERCIFORMES, EPIGONIDAC} IN THE INDIAN OCCAN | Vfstn Zool No 
5 p 46-51 19B9 In Russian FR 40(2) 

95-002852 Markma, N P, O E Muravyova and T P Kamysheva [STRUCTURE VARIABILITY OF 
PLANKTONIC COMMUNITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES IN FISH HABITATS WITH REGARD TO A 
SHIFT OF FRONTAL ZONES IN THE AREA OF ELTANIN BREAK | fBiology ol Marine Plankton Collection of 
Scientific Papers ] Biol Morya (Vladtvost) Suppl p. 06-76 1990 In Russian with English summ FR 40(2) 
Epigonus denticulatus and E pectimter in the South Pacific Ocean 

95 002853 Mehl, Sigbjorn and Odd Nakkcn [INVESTIGATIONS ON DEMERSAL FISFI IN THE BARENTS SEA 
WINTER 1994] Hsken Havel No 6 72p, 1994 In Norwegian with English summ FR 40(2) 

[Inst Mar Res, PO Box 1870 Nordnes, N-5024 Bergen, Norway] Cadus morhua, Reinhardtius 
htppoglossoides, Sebastes vivipams, S mentelln, and S mannas 

95-002B54 Merrett, Nigel R. REPRODUCTION IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC OCEANIC ICHTHYOFAUNA AND 
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FECUNDITY AND SPECIES' SIZES Environ Biol fishes 41(1-4). 207-245 1994. 
FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Zool , Nat. Hist Mus , Cromwell Rd., London SW7 5BD, England] 

95002855 Miya, Masaki SOME ASPECTS OF THE BIOLOGY OF BATHYIAGUS OCHOTENSIS (PISCESr 
BATHYLAGIDAE) IN SAGAMI BAY, CENTRAL JAPAN Bull Mar. Sci. 56(1) 173-184 1995 FR 40(2) 
[Nat Hist. Mus. & Inst , Chiba, 955-2 Aoba cho, Chuo-ku, Chlba 260, Japan] 

95-002856 Moser, H Geoffrey, Ricliard L. Charter, Paul E Smith, Nancy C H Lo; David A. Ambrose; Cynthia 
A Meyer, Elaine M. Sandknop and William Watson. EARLY LIFE HISTORY OF SABLCFISH, ANOPLOPOMA 
FIMBRIA, OFF WASHINGTON, OREGON, AND CALIFORNIA, WITH APPLICATION TO BIOMASS 
ESTIMATION Calif. Coop Oceanic r/s/i Invest Rep Vol 35 p 144-159 1994 In English with Spanish summ 
FR40(2) 

[Southwest Fish. Sci. Cent , NMFS, NOAA, PO. Box 271, La folia, CA 92038] 

95-002857 Nasulion, Syafruddm USE OF THE MINAS BASIN INTERTIDAL ZONE BY SMOOTH FLOUNDER 
(LIOPSETTA PUTNAMI, GILL 1864), MS thesis, Acac/ia Univ (Canada) 159p 1993 From Masters Abstr. In! 
32(1)174-175 1994 Order No. MAMM80788. FR 40(2) 

95-002858 Nelson, Keith; Elmarie S Hutchmson, Gang Li, Frederic L, Sly and Dennis Hedgecock VARIATION 
IN LIFE HISTORY AND MORPHOLOGY IN NORTHERN ANCHOVIES (ENGRAULIS MORDAX) Calif Coop 
OceamcFlsh Invest Rep Vol 35 p 108-120.1994 In English with Spanish summ FR40J2) 
(Univ Calif-Davis, Bodega Mar, Lab, Bodega Bay 94923-0247] 

95-002859 Nemtzov, Simon C INTRASPECIFIC VARIATION IN SAND-DIVING AND PREDATOR. 
AVOIDANCE BEHAVIOR OF GREFN RAZORFISH, XYRICHTfS SPLENDENS (PISCES, LABRIDAE) EFFECT ON 
COURTSHIP AND MATING SUCCESS Environ Biol f/s/ies 41(1-4) 403-414 1994 FR40(2) 
|Dep Zool., Tel Aviv Univ,, Ramal Aviv, Israel] 

95-002860 Neophitou, C and A J Giapis. A STUDY OF THE BIOLOGY OF PUMPKINSEED (LEPOMIS 
GIBBOSUS (L.)) IN LAKE KERKINI (GREECE)./ Appl khthyoi 10(2-3) 123-133. 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Aristotelian Unlv.Tliessaloniki, Dep For & Nat Environ., Lab. Wildl. & Freshwater Fish , Box 248, Thessalomki 
54006, Greece] 

95002861 Norfis, Kenneth S, Bernd Wursig; Randall S Wells; Melany Wuriig; Shannon M Brownlce; 
Christine Johnson and JodySolow THE HAWAIIAN SPINNER DOLPHIN Untv.Calit Press 408p 1994 Available 
at $40.00 (cloth) from Univ Calif. Press 2120 Berkeley Way, Berkeley 94720 FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Biol, Univ. Calif, Santa Cruz 95060] Selected chapters indexed m this issue of Fisheries Review 

95 002862 Paulin, C. D. DESCRIPTION OF A NEW GENUS AND TWO NEWSPECIES OF BYTHITID FISHES, 
ANDAREDESCRIPTION OF B/DEN/CHTHY3CONSO0RMJS {MUTTON) FROM NEW ZEALAND I Wat Hist 
29(1).249-258 1995, FR 40(2) 

[Mus New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, P.O Box 467, Wellington, NEW Zealand;] Btdenich t/iys beeblebroxi 
and fiorclichthys slartibarlfasll 

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95-002863 Pauly, Dantel QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF PUBLISHED DATA ON THE GROWTH, 
METABOLISM. FOOD CONSUMPTION, AND RELATED FEATURES OF THE RED-BELLIED PIRANHA 
SfR/MSALMUS/"MTTEfifR/(CHARACIDAE) Environ Biol Fishes 41(1-4) 423 437 1994 FR 40(2) 
IICLARM, MCPO, Box2G31 Makati, Metro Manila 0718, Philippines] 

95 002864 Pen, L J. and I C Potter REPRODUCTION, GROWTH AND DIET OF CAMBUSIA HOLBROOKI 
(GIRARD) IN ATEMPERATE AUSTRALIAN RIVER Aquat Conserv Mar Freshwater Ecosyst 1(2) 159-172, 1991 
FR 40(2) 

95002865 Pens,S M MartmandJ C Velasco AGE, GROWTH AND REPRODUCTION OFTHECYPRINID 
TROPIDOPHQXINELLUS ALBURNOIOES (STEPHANIDIS, 1974) IN RIVER AGUEDA, WEST-CENTRAL SPAIN 
Arch Hydrobiol 131(3) 341-352 1994 FR40(2) 

[Dep. Zool, Fac Biot, Univ Salamanca, 37071 Salamanca, Spam] Chondrosioma polylepis, Barbus barbu* 
bocagei, Leucisciis carolilerUi, and Anguilla anguilla 

95002866 Perrolla, Ricardo G. [COMPARISON OF THE MERISTIC CHARACTERS AND GROWTH OF 
MACKEREL FROM DIFFERENT REGIONS (CATALUNA, CANARIAS ISLAND AND SOUTH AMERICA) ] MDfP 
(Inst Nac Invest Desanolio Pesq ) Doc Gent 2 7-1 7 1993 In Spanish with English iiimm FR 40(2) 

[Ins! Nac Invest ,& Desarrollo Pesqucro, fac Cs Exactas&Nal (UNDMdP), cc 175, (7600) Mar del Plata, 
Argentina] Scomber /apomcui in the Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean. 

95002867 Piet, G ] ,) S Tel and W A H P Curuge NICHE PARTITIONING OF INDIGENOUS RIVERINE 
CARPS AND THE EXOTIC LACUSTRINE TILAPIA (OREOCHROMtS MOSSAM8ICUS) IN A RESERVOIR IN S 
SRI LANKA, tot Ver Theor Angew Ltmnot Verh 25(4).21B3-2187 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Netherlands Inst Ecol , Cenl Limnol. & Dep Zool , Riihiiiia Univ , Matara, Sri Lanka] Amblypharyngodon 
melewnus, Tilapta mossamfaica, and data for nine other species 

95002868 Pmchuk, V I (TAXONOMIC NOTES ON THE GOBIID FISHES (PERCIFORMES} OF THE 
UKRAINIAN FAUNA j feln Zool No 5 p 30-35 1987 In Russian FR 40(2} 

95002869 Popovs, I K, D S Pavlov and V P Legkn BEHAVIORAL MECHANISMS OF PRIMARY 
MIGRATION OF YOUNG EUROPEAN GRAYLINGS (THYMALLUS THYMALLUS L ) Dokl Bio! Sci 
340(1-6)6365 1995 FR40(2) 

[Severtsov Inst Evol MorphoL & Arum Ecol, Russian Acad Sci., Moscow, Russia] 

95002870 Robinson, Beren W and David Sloan Wilson CHARACTER RELEASE AND DISPLACEMENT IN 
FISHES A NEGLECTED LITERATURE Am Nat 144(4)596-627 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Biol Sci, SUNY, Bin gha niton 13902-6000 email vy0896@bmgvaxa bitnei] 

95-002871 Rodrigues, L S B, R M V Corles and A Monzon, COMPARISON BETWEEN POPULATION 
PARAMETERSINALOWORDERSTREAMINSIDEAND AMONG FISH SPECIES tnt Ver Theor Angew. Limnol 
Verh 2S14J.21692172 1994, FR 40(2) 

(Univ. Tras os Monies & Alio Douro, P 5001 Vila Real Codex, Portugal] Sa/mo trua, Leucucus cephalus, and 
Cfiondrosloma polylepis dunensts in Portugal 

95 002872 Rom, Philip LIFE HISTORY AND SPAWNING HABITAT IN FOUR STOCKS OF LARGE BODIED 
CHINOOK SALMON, ONCORHYNCHUS JSHAWY7SCHA M S thesis, Univ Wash. 1 992 FR 40(2) 

95 002873 Ross, Jeffrey L , Tonya M Stevens and Douglas S Vaughan. AGE, GROWTH, MORTALITY, AND 
REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY OF RED DRUMS IN NORTH CAROLINA WATERS Trans Am F*b Sac 
124(1)37-54 1995, FR -10(2) 

[Div. Mar Fish, PO, Box 1550, Manteo, NC 27954] Sciaenops occllatus. 

95 002874 Ross, Steve W. and Mary L, Moser LIFE HISTORY OF JUVENILE GAG, MYCJERQPERCA 
MICROLEPIS, IN NORTH CAROLINA ESTUARIFS Bull Mar Sci,56(1) 222-237. 1995 FR 40(2) 
[UNC-W, Cent Mar Sci. Res , 7205 WrighlsviBe Ave , Wilmington, NC 28403] 

95 002875 Ryan, Patrick M and Roy Knoechcl LAKE USE BY BROOK TROUT, SALVCLINUS rONTINAUS, IN 
INSULAR NEWFOUNDLAND, CANADA Int Ver, Theor Angew iimnol Verh 25(4)'2068 2073. 1994. FR 40|2> 
[Sci Branch, Dep Fish, & Oceans, P.O Box 5667, St John's, NF, Canada A1C 5X1] 

95002876 Schreiber, Roland THE PREDATOR FROM THE RIO TIETE; ZUNGARO ZUNGARO. Trap rutr 
Hobbyist 43(6} 200-202, 1995. FR 40(2) 

95 002877 Snorrason, Sigurour S , Hilmar J. Malmquist; Bror Jonsson, Petur M Jonasson, Odd Terje Sandkmd 
and Skuli Skulason MODIFICATIONS IN LIFE HISTORY CHARACTERISTICS OF PLANKTIVOROUS ARCTIC 
CHARR (SALVELINUS ALPINUS) IN THINGVALLAVATN, ICELAND Im Ver Theor Ange\v Limnol Vceti 
25(4)2108-2112 199-1 FR 40(2) 

[Inst. Biol , Univ Iceland, Grensasvegur 1 2, 1 08 Reykjavik, Iceland] 



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95-002878 Strelilow, Beale THE SECOND AND LARGEST RECORD OF A LEPJOCLPHALUS 
PSEUDOMICROCEPHALUS IN THE IBERIAN BASIN Report ol the 19<M Session of the WAC/1CES Working 
Group on Eel, Oviedo, Spain, 26 September I October 199-t E/MCfEur Inland Fith Aclvis Conim ) Occas ftip 
No, 30 p, 3, 15 1994. Abstracl only FR 40(2) 

[Univ Rostock, Univerbitaetsplatz 5, 18051 Rostock, Germany Iel493l)1 4981944, fax 49381 4981107] 

95002879 Sulikowski, ) A,T P Quinn and R E Spieler NATURAL HISTORY OF THE YELLOW STINGRAY, 
UROLOPHUS IAMAICENSIS, IN SOUTH FLORIDA Ant ZooC 34(5} 68A 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 

[Nova Southeast Univ, Dama, Fl| 

95002880 Suter, W 1HE EFFECT OF PREDATION BY WINTERING CORMORANTS PHALACRQCORAX 
CARBO ON GRAYLING THYMALLUS THYMALLUS AND TROUT (SALMONIDAC) POPULATIONS TWO CASE 
STUDIES FROM SWISS RIVERS / Appl Ecol 32(1). 25 46 1995, FR 40(2) 

[Swiss Fed Inst Technol Zurich, Inst For, Snow & Landscape Res, Zuercherstr, 1 1 1, 8903 Birmensdorf, 
Switzerland] Sa/mo trutta 

95-002881 Triantafyllou, Michael S and George S Tnantalyllou AN EFFICIENT SWIMMING MACHINE. So 
Am 272(3)64-70 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Ocean Eng, Mass Inst Teclinol , Cambridge 02139] Data for seven species 

95002882 van der Meeren, Terje, Knut E )orstad. Per Solemdal and Olav S. Kjcsbu GROWTH AND 
SURVIVAL OF COD LARVAE (CADUS MORHUA I ) COMPARATIVE ENCLOSU RE STUDIES OF NORTHEAST 
ARCTIC COD AND COASTAL COD FROM WESTERN NORWAY Cori and Climate Change Proceedings of a 
Symposium Held in Reykjavik, 23-27 August 1993 fakob fakobsson, editor Int Counc Expior Sea Mar Sci Syinp 
Vol. 198. p 633-645 1994 FR40{2) 

[Inst. Mar Res., Austevoll Aquacult. Res Stn., N-5392 Storebo, Norway] 

95002883 Walsh, Theresa and Julian D. Reynolds GROWTH AND FEEDING OF IRISH GLASS EELS AND 
ELVERS Report of the J994 Session of the EIFAC/ICES Working Group on Eel, Oviedo, Spam, 26 September-] 
October 1994 EIFACfEur Inland Fish Aclvis Comm) Occas Pap No 30, p. 3, 15. 1994 Abstract only, FR 40(2) 

[Dep Zool, Trinity Coll,, Dublin 2, Ireland, tel.353 1 7021882, fax,353 I 6793545] Anjpiilla angui/fa 

95002884 Yin Mmgcheng. [REPRODUCTION AND DEATH OF PARACAN7HOBRAMA CUICHENOTI 
BLEEKER IN TAIHU LAKE ] Occanof Ltmnol Sm/ca 25(4) 378-384 1 994. In Chinese with English sutnni. FR 40(2) 

[Shanghai Fish. Univ, Shanghai 200090, China] 

POPULATION STUDIES, PRODUCTION, RECRUITMENT, ETC. 

95-002885 Boydstun, L. B ANALYSIS OF TWO MARK-RECAPTURE METHODS TO ESTIMATE THE FALL 
CHINOOK SALMON (QNCORHYNCHUS TSHAWYTSCt iA) SPAWNING RUN IN BOGUS CREEK, 
CALIFORNIA Calif Fish Came 80(1) 1-13. 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep, Fish & Came, Mar Resour Div, 1416 Ninth St, Sacramento, CA95814] 

95-002886 Carscadden, J E ; B. Nalcashlma and D. S Miller. AN EVALUATION OF TRENDS IN ABUNDANCE 
OF CAPELIN (MALLOWS VILLOSUS) FROM ACOUSTICS, AERIAL SURVEYS AND CATCH RATES IN NAFC 
DIVISION 3L, 1 982-89. Report of the- Canada-USSR Capelm Symposium, T/ie Biology ofCapeltn in the Northwest 
Atlantic," St John's, Newfoundland, Canada, 27-29 November 1990 I L Carscadden, editor I NorthwestAtl Fish 
Sci Vol, 1 7 p. 45-57. 1 994 FR 40(2) 

(Sci Branch, Dep. Fish & Oceans, P.O. Box 5667, St. John's, NF, Canada A1C 5X1 ] 

950028B7 Duhart V., Marcel and F Patricio Ojeda [ICHTHYOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION Of 
INTERTIDAL POOLS, AND TROPHIC ANALYSIS OF HERBIVORE SUBTIDAL FISHES OF EASTER ISLAND,] 
Medio Ambiente 12(1) 32-40. 1994 In Spanish with English summ FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Ecol , Fac. Cienc. Biol , P Univ Catolica Chile, Casllla 1 1 4-D, Santiago, Chile] Acanthurus leucopatcius, 
Kyphosus bigibbus, and Pomacentrus fascio/aius 

95 002888 Ellis, Denise M and Edward E. DeMarlim. EVALUATION OF A VIDEO CAMERA TECBNIQUt FOR 
INDEXING ABUNDANCES OF JUVENILE PINK SNAPPER, PRISWOMOIDES FILAMENJOSUS, AND OTHER 
HAWAIIAN INSULAR SHELF FISHES. US Nat/, Mar Fish. Serv. Fish Bull 93(1)67-77 1994 FR 40(2) 
[Honolulu Lab., Southwest Fish. Cent, NMFS, NOAA, 2570 Dote Si, Honolulu, HI 96822-2396] 

95 002889 Gebhardt, Kenneth ). POPULATION DYNAMICS AND STOCK IDENTIFICATION OF RAINBOW 
SMELT IN GREEN BAY AND THE ADJACENT WATERS OF LAKE MICHIGAN M 5 thesis, Univ Wis (Stevens 
Point) 182p. 1993 FR 40(2) 
Osmerus mordax. 

95 002890 Habera, James W EFFECTS OF RAINBOW TROUT REMOVAL ON TROUT POPULATIONS AND 
FOOD HABITS IN GREATSMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONALPARK MS thesis, Univ Tenn 93p 1987.FR40(2) 
Salmo trutta, Oncorhynchus mykiss, and Salvelmus lontmalis In Tennessee 

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95-002891 Hansen, Bogi, Eilif Gaard and Jakup Reitiert PHYSICAL EFFECTS ON RECRUITMENT OF FAROE 
PLATEAU COD Cod and Climate Change Proceedings ol a Symposium Held in Reyk/avik, 23-27 August ) 993 
lakob lakobsson, editor tot Counc Exptor Sea Mar So Symp Vol 198 p 520-528 1994 FR40U) 

[Fish. Lab Faroes, Noalun, PO Box 3051, FR-i 10, Torshavn, Faroe Islands] Gadus morhua in the North 
Atlanlic Ocean 

95-002892 House, Robert TEMPORAL VARIATION IN ABUNDANCE OF AN ISOLATED POPULATION OF 

CUTTHROATTROUTINWESTERNOREGON,198M991 N Am I Fisii Manage 15(1)33-41 1995, FR -10(2) 

[U S Bur Land Manage , Idaho Stale Off, 3380 Americana Terrace, Boise 83706] Oncorhynchus clarh 

95-002893 Johnson, T D, A M Barnett, E E DeMarlim, L L Craft, R F Ambrose and L J Purccll. FISH 
PRODUCTION AND HABITAT UTILIZATION ON A SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ARTIFICIAL REEF Proceedings 
ol the Filth International Conterence on Aquatic Habitat Enhant-emen 1, 3-7 November 1 99 1 , Long Beach, California, 
USA William I Richards, editor Hull Mar id 55(2-3} 709-723 1 994 FR 40(2) 
[Port Long Beach, Long Beach, CA 90802] Data for 4 1 species 

95-002894 KennenJonathanGary MIGRATION ANDSTOCK-RECRUITMENTOFNATURALLYPRODUCEO 
PACIFIC SALMONJDS (ONCORHWCHUS} IN THREE LAKE ONTARIO TRIBUTARIES Ph D dissertation, 5(,ire 
Umv NY Coll Environ 5ci & For 156p 1993 FR 40(2) 
O myftiss, O is/iawyrscha, and O kisutch 

95 002895 Kjellman, Jakob, Richard Hudd, An Leskela, Juhani Salmi and Hannu Lehtonen ESTIMATIONS 
AND PROGNOSIS OF RECRUITMENT FAILURES DUE TO EPISODIC ACIDIFICATIONS ON BURBOT (LOTA 
LOJA L) OF THE RIVER KYRONJOKIMqua fenn 24(1)51-5? 1994 In English with Finnish summ FR40J2)- 
]FCFRI Merenkurkku Fish Res Sin, Korsholmanpuistikko 16, FIN-65100, Vaasa, Finland] 

95 002B96 Knoechel, Roy and Patrick M Ryan OPTIMIZATION OF FISH CENSUS DESIGN AN EMPIRICAL 
APPROACH BASED ON LONG-TERM SCHNABEL ESTIMATES FOR BROOK TROUT (SALVELINUS 
FON7INALIS) POPULATIONS IN NEWFOUNDLAND LAKES Inl Ver Jheor Angew Limnot Verb. 
25(4)2074-2079 1994 rR40(2) 

(BioL Dep , Memorial Urnv , St John's, NF, Canada A1 B 3X9] 

95 002897 Ktnta, Yutaka, Milsuhiko Sano and Makoto Shinnzu REPRODUCTIVE CYCLE AND BODY SIZE 
AND AGE AT MATURITY OF THE HEXAGRAMMID FISH HEXAGRAMMOS AGRAMMUS IN CENTRAL JAPAN. 
Fish Sci 61(1)16 1995 FR 40(2) 

|0cean Res Insl , Univ Tokyo, Minamidai, Nakano, Tokyo 1 64, Japanj 

95002898 Manlin, Rose Olivia Shirley Elizabeth OCCURRENCE OF ICHTHYOPLANKTON IN A 
SALTMARSH CHANNEL AT PORTERS POINT, MINAS BASIN, BAY OF FUNDY, NOVA SCOTIA MS thesis, 
AcadiaUmv (Canada) 144p 1 993. From Masters Abstr Int 32(1)174 1994 Order No. MAMM80790 FR40(2> 
Osmerus mordax and Menidia menttlia in Canada 

95 002899 Marques da Silva, Holder Guerreiro POPULATION DYNAMICS OF SPINY DOGFISH, SQUALUS 
ACANTH1AS, IN THE NW ATLANTIC PhD dissertation, Univ Mass 238p 1993 FR 40(2) 

95 002900 Maisubara, Takahiro, Tokio Wada and Akihiko Hara PURIFICATION AND ESTABLISHMENT OF 
ELI5A FOR VITELLOGENIN OF JAPANESE SARDINE (SARDINOPS MELANQSJIC7US). Comp Biochem Physioi 
B Biochem Mol Biol 109(4)545555 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Hokkaido Natl. Fish Res Inst., 116, Katsurakoi, Knshiro, Hokkaido 085, Japan tel 81-154-91-9136; 
fax 81-154 91-9355] 

95002901 Mertz, Gordon, James A. Helbig and Eugene Colbourne. REVISITING NEWFOUNDLAND 
CAPELIN (MALLOWS WUOSU5) RECRUITMENT' IS THERE A WIND EFFECT? Report of the Canada USSR 
Capelm Symposium, Trie Biology of Capelm in the Northwest Atlantic," St John's, Newfoundland, Canada, 2729 
November 1990 I E Carscadden, editor. I NorthwestAtl Fish Sci Vol 17 p 13-22 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Sci. Branch, Dep Fish. & Oceans, Northwest Atlantic Fish Cent , Box 5667, St John's, NF, Canada A1 C 5X1 f 

95-002902 Monarty, Christopher OBSERVATIONS ON THE EEL POPULATION OF AN IRISH LAKE Report 
of the 1994 Session ol the EIFAC/1CK Working Group on Eel, Oviedo, Spain, 26 September-! October 1994 
ElfAC(Eur inland Fish Advis Comm)0ccas Pap No. 30 p 4, 16 1994 Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[Dep Mar Fish. Res Cent, Abfaotstown, Dublin 15, Ireland lei 3531 821011; fax 3531 8205078] Angwfta 
angutHa. 

95 002903 Oltersen, Gar, Harald Loeng and Askjell Raknes, INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE VARIABILITY 
ON RECRUITMENT OF COD IN THE BARENTS SEA Cod and Climate Change Proceedings of a Symposium 
Held m ReyA/aw/c, 23-27 August 1993 lakob lakobsson, editor Int Counc Explor Sea Mar Sci Symp. Vol, J 9ft f 
p 471-481. 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Inst Mar Res, Dep Mar Resour,PO Box 1870 Nordnes, N-5024 Bergen, Norway] Gadus morhua and 
Melanogrammus aeglefinus. 

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95-002904 Riley, Stephen C, Richard L Haednch and Geofl Power THE ABSURD- FLAW IN THE 
MANAGEMENT OF WILD SALMON At/ Sa/mon/ 42(4)4647 1993 FR 40(,>) 
(Ocean Sci, Cenl, Memorial Univ, St John's, NF, Canada] 

95 002905 Spyker, Kay ABUNDANCE AND DIURNAL PATTERNS Of MEDITERRANEAN FISH SPECIES. M S 
thesis, Frostbuig State Univ 1992, FR 40(2) 

95-002906 Svedang, Hennk. RECRUITMENT OF EEL ANGUILLA ANCUliLA TO THE BALTIC SEA Report ot 
the J994 Session of the EIFAC/ICES Working Croup on Eel Oviedo, Spain, 25 .September-; October 1994 EIFAC 
ftiir InlandFish Advis CommjOccas Pap No 30 p 3, 15 1994 Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[Nail. Board Coastal Resour , Gamla Slipvagen 1 9, Orxjgrund S 740 71 , Sweden lei 46 1 74 3 1 305; fax-'t 61 74 
309491 

95-002907 Trippel, Edward A and M Joanne Morgan AGE-SPECIFIC PATERNAL INFLUENCES ON 
REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS OF ATLANTIC COD (C.ADUS MORHUA I) OF THE GRAND HANKS, 
NEWFOUNDLAND Cod and Climate Change Proceedings 01 a Symposium Hefd in Reyk/awfc, 23-27 August 
1993 lakob lakobsson, editor Int Counc Exp/or Sea Mar So Symp Vol.198 p 414422 1994 FR40(2) 
[Dep. Fish, & Oceans, Biol Stn , St Andrews, NB, Canada COG 2X0] 

95002908 Vaughan, Douglas S ; Mark R Collins and David ) Schmidt POPULATION CHARACTERISES 
OF THI BLACK SEA BASS CENJRQPRISTIS STRIAJA PROM THE SOUTHEASTERN US Hull Mar Set 
56(1)-250-2&7 1995 FR 40(2) 

[NMFS, Southeast Fish Sci Cent , Beaufort Lab , 101 Fivers Island Rd , Beaufort, NC 285 1 6| 

95-002909 Velarde, Ennqueta; Maria de la Soledad Tordesillas, Lelicia Vieyra and ROOD Esquwel SEABIRDS 
AS INDICATORS OF IMPORTANT PISH POPULATIONS IN THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA Calif Coop Oceanic 
fish Invest Rep Vol.35 p. 137-143 1994 In English with Spanish summ. FR 40(2) 

[Cent Ecol,Univ Nac Autonoma Mexico, Apdo Postal 70-275, Mexico, D F 04510, Mexico] Sardtnops 
sagax caerw/eus, Engrau/fs mordav, and Scomber rapomcus 

95 002910 White, Ed and Brian Knights. FACTORS AFFECTING THE RECRUITMENT OF EELS IN THE RIVF.RS 
SEVERN AND AVON, ENGLAND Report of the J994 Session of the EIFAC/ICLS Working Croup on Eel, Owecfa, 
Spain, 26 September-! October! 994 EIFAC (Eur. Inland Fish Aclvis CommJOccas Pap No 30.]) 1,15.1994 
Abstract only FR 40(2) 

(Univ Westminster, Appl Ecol Res, Group, 1 15 New Cavendish Si, London W1M 8JS, England tel.4471 
911 5000, ext 36G8; fax 4471 '311 5007] 

95 00291 1 Whilworth, Wilbur Eugene. MOVEMENT, PRODUCTION, AND DISTRIBUTION IN SYMPATRIC 
POPULATIONS OF BROOK AND RAINBOWTROUT MS ihests, Univ, Tejin 60p. 1900. FR 40(2) 
Salvelinus fonlma/is And Oncorhynchus inykiss in the Appalachian area 

SPAWNING HABITS AND MOVEMENTS, FECUNDITY, ETC. 

95002912 Baker, ), A and D. C Hems REPRODUCTIVE LIFE HISTORY OF THE NORTH AMERICAN 
MADTOM CATFISH, NOTURUS HILDEBRANDI (BAILEY & TAYLOR 19.10), WITH A REVIEW OF DATA FOR 
THE GENUS. Ecol Freshwater Fish 3(4)- 1 67-1 75 1994 In English wnh Spanish summ, FR 40(2) 
[Dep Bio!, Sci., Univ Arkansas, F-iyetteville 72701] 

95-002913 Bams, Vlaslimil and Miroslav Prokes FECUNDITY Of THE BLEAK {ALBURNUS ALBURNUS) IN 
Tl IE VESTONICE RESERVOIR. Folia Zool 42(3):281-288 1 993. FR 40(2) 
jlnst Landscape Ecol., Acad. Sci, Kvetna 8, G03 &5 Brno, Czech Republic] 

95-002914 Bcverton, R J H.; A Hylen and O.J. Oslvedl GROWTH, MATURATION, AND LONGEVITY OF 
MATURATION COHORTS OF NORTHEAST ARCTIC COD Cod and C/imale Change. Proceedings oJ a 
Symposium Held in Reykjavik, 2 3-27 August 7993 Iskob lakobsson, editor Int. Counc xp/or Sea Mar Sci Syinp 
Vol. 108. p. 482-501 1 994 FR 40(2) 

[School Pure & Appl. Biol., Univ. Wales, Coll. Cardiff, P.O. Box 91 5, Cardiff CF1 3 TL, Walesl Cadus mor/itia 
in the North Atlantic Ocean. 

95-002915 Urooks, Ronald C REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY OF SAUGFR (ST/ZOSTED/ON CANADENSL) IN 
THE PEORIA POOL OF THE ILLINOIS RIVER. M S thesis, South. Ill Univ (Carhondalf) 76p. 1 993 PR 40(2} 

95 002916 Burger, Carl V., James E. Finn and Leslie Holland-Bartels. PATTERN Of SHORELINE SPAWNING 
BY SOCKEYE SALMON IN A GLACIALLY TURBID LAKE EVIDENCE FOR SUBPOPULATION 
DIFFERENTIATION. Trans, Am. Fish Soc 124(1).H5. 1995. FR 40(2) 

[Nat! Biol. Surv., Alaska Sci, Cent., 101 1 E. Tudor Rd, Anchorage 99503] Oncorhynchus nerka in Alaska 

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95002917 Cambray, Jim A THE COMPARATIVE REPRODUCTIVE STYLES OF TWO CLOSELY RELATED 
AFRICAN MINNOWS (PSEUDOBARBUS AfER AND P ASPER] INHABITING TWO DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF 
THE CAMTOOS RIVER SYSTEM Environ Btol Fishes 41(1 -4) 247-268 1994 FR 40(2) 
]Aibany Mus., Somerset Si , Grahamstown 6 1 40, South Africa] 

95 00291 8 Cbandrasoma, J , Chin How Clieong and H P Amandakoon REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY AND 
BREEDING OF CUMINC'S BARB (PL/NT/US CUMWGI/ GUNTHER) / Appl Ichthyol 10(2-3)209214,1994. 
FR40(2) 

[Cheong. Ceylon Gram Elevators, Ltd , 15 Rock House Ln , Colombo 1 5, Sri Lanka] 

95-002915 Clarke, Thomas A. and Lisa A Privilera REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY OF TWO HAWAIIAN 
PELAGIC CARANGID FISHES, THE 8IGEYE SCAD, SEIAR CRUMENQPHTHALMUS, AND THE ROUND SCAD, 
DECAPTURUS MACARELLUS Bull Mar Sci 56(1)33-47 1995 FR 40(2) 
[Inst Mar. Biol , Univ Hawaii Manoa, P O Box 1 340, Kancolie 96744] 

95-002920 Clavijo, ileana E. and Paul L Donaldson SPAWNING BEHAVIOR IN THE LABRID, HALICHOERES 
BlVITTATUS, ON ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL SUBSTRATES IN ONSLOW BAY, NORTH CAROLINA, WITH 
NOTES ON EARLY LIFE HISTORY Proceedings of the filth International Conference on Aquatic Habiiai 
Enhancement, 37 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mai Sci 
55(2-3)383-387, 1994. FR 40(2) 

(Dep Biol Sci, Univ N.C., Wilmington 28403-3297] 

95-002921 Coblentz, Bruce E. REPRODUCTIVE 81OLOGY OF THE DWARF HERRING (IENKINSIA 
LAMPROTAENIA) IN THE VIRGIN ISLANDS Butt Mar Sci 56(2) 602 608, 1995. FR 40(2) 
[Oep.Fish &Wildl,Nash 104,Oreg State Umv, Corvalhs 97331-3003] 

95002922 Connauehlon, Martin A and Malcolm H Taylor SEASONAL AND DAILY CYCLES IN SOUND 
PRODUCTION ASSOCIATED WITH SPAWNING IN THE WEAKFISH, CYNOSCION REGALIS Environ Bio! 
FisJres42(3)-233 240. 1995 FR 40(2) 

|UTHoustonMed School, Lab NeuroendocrinoL, PO Box 2070H, Houston, TX 77225] 

95002923 Ditty, James G, and Richard r Shaw, SEASONAL OCCURRENCE, DISTRIBUTION, AND 
ABUNDANCE OF LARVAl DLUEFISH, POMAJOMUS SALTATRIX (FAMILY- POMATOMIDAE) IN THE 
NORTHERN GULF OF MEXICO Bull Mar Sci 56(2)592601 1995, FR 40(2) 

[Coastal Fish. Insl, Cent, Coastal, Energy, & Environ Rcsour, La, State Univ., Baton Rouge 70003-7503 
fax504-3d8-6513] 

95002924 Docker, Margaret F and F William H Beamish AGE, GROWTH, AND SEX RATIO AMONG 
POPULATIONS OF LEAST BROOK LAMPREY, LAMPETRA AEPYP7CRA, LARVAE AN ARGUMENT FOR 
ENVIRONMENTAL SEX DETERMINATION Environ Biol F.sne<41(1-4) 191-205 1994 FR 40(2) 

(Fish. & Oceans Canada, Pac Biol Stn , Nanaimo, BC, Canada V9R 5K6| 

95 002925 Eldftdge, Maxwell B and Brian M Jarvis TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL VARIATION IN FECUNDITY 
OFYELLOWTAILROCKFISH Trans Am Fish Soc 1 24(1 ):1 6-25 1995 FR 40(2) 

|NMF5, Southwest Fish Sci Cent , Tiburon Lab , 31 50 Paradise Dr., Tiburon, CA 94920] Se6,isies flavtdus in 
California and Washington 

95002926 Fahey, David R FECUNDITY OF THE LITTLE SKATE, RAIA ERINACEA (RA)irORMES.RAIIDAE) 
M.S thesis, Univ Mass 67p, 1 993. FR 40(2) 

95002927 Ferreira, Beatrice P REPRODUCTION OF THE COMMON CORAL TROUT PLLCTROPOMUS 
tOPARDU5(SERRANIDAE EPINEPHELINAE) FROM THE CENTRAL AND NORTHERN GREATBARRIER REEF 
AUSTRALIA, Bull Mar So 56(2) > 653-669 1995 FR 40(2) 

(Dep Oceanogr, Univ Ted Pernambuco, Campus U mversiiano, Recife, Pernambuco, Cep, 50670-901 
Brazil] 

95 00292B Hon, R , V Phang and T J Lam MIGRATION OF FRESHWATER FISH IN MANGROVE SWAMP 
OF SINGAPORE IM Ver T/ieor /\ngew Limnol Verh 25(4).21flfl-2190. 1994 FR 40(2) 
(Biol Lab , Ogaki Women's Coll , Ogaki 503, Japan] Oryzias lav 



95002929 Jara, Fernando; Dons Soto and Rodn'go Raima REPRODUCTION IN CAPTIVITY OF THE 
1995M?M6 R 2 E 28 f"- 1 ' OR5T/AS ^COJANENSIS (TELEOSTEI: CYPRINODONTIDAE). Cbpete 



(Fac. Pesq & Oceanogr , Univ. Austral Chile, Casilla 1327, Puerto Montt, Chile) 



FISHERIES REVIEW 
SPAWNING HABITS AND MOVEMENTS, FECUNDITY, ETC (continued) 

95002930 Johnston, Carol E and Kevin) Kleiner REPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIOR OF THE RAINBOW SHINER 
(NOTROPIS CHROSOMUS) AND THE ROUGH SHINER (NOTROTO BAILEYI), NEST ASSOCIATES OF THE 
BLUEHEAD CHUB (NOCOMIS LEPTOCEPHALUS) (PISCES CYPRINIDAE) IN THE ALABAMA RIVER 
DRAINAGE / Ala Acad Set 65(4)230-210 1994 FR 40(2) 

[US For Serv, For Hydrol Lab, PO Box 947, Oxford, MS 18655] Camposloma oltgolepii,, Seinotilus 
thomauianus, Moxostoma poecilurum, Luxtlus chrysocephakis, and Perctna nigroiascnna in Alabama 

95-002931 Knapp, Roland A , Paul C, Sikkel and Vance T Vredenburg AGE OF CLUTCHES IN NESTS AND 
THE WITHIN-NEST SPAWNING-SITE PREFERENCES OF THREE DAMSELFISH SPECIES (POMACENTRIDAE) 
Cope/a 1995(1) 78 88, 1995. FR 40(2) 

[Sierra Nevada Aquat. Res Lab, Univ Calif, Star Rt. 1, Box 198, Mammoth lakes 93546] Pomaccntrits 
panitus and P /eucosl/clui in the U S Virgin Islands and Hypsypops rubicundus in California, 

95002932 Kohda, Masanori; Masayo Tanimura, Miyako Kikuc-Nakamura and Satoshi Yamagishi SPERM 
DRINKING BY FEMALE CATFISHES. A NOVEL MODE OF INSEMINATION Enwron Biol Fishes 42(\) 16 1995 
FR 40(2) 

|Lab Amm Souol., Dep Biol.Fac Sci, Osaka Cily Univ, Osaka 55B, Japan] Cotydoras aeneus 

95-002933 Koutsikopoulos, Constantm; Dldier Dorel and Yves Desaunay, MOVEMENT OF SOLE (SOtM 
SOLEA) IN THE BAY OF BISCAY' COASTAL ENVIRONMENT AND SPAWNING MIGRATION./ Mar. Biol Assoc 
UK 75(1).109-126 1995 FR 40(2) 

[IFREMER, Cent. Nantes, BP 1049, 44037 Nanlcs Cedex 01, France) 

95 002934 Lashmanov, F. I. (AN ATTEMPT OF OPERATIVE FORECAST OF THE RUN OF PARENT STOCK OF 
CHUM SALMON INTO BARABASHEVKA RIVER (KHASAN REGION, PRIMORIE TERRITORY),] In. Biologically 
Active Substances and Factors in Aquacutture Collected Papers A I Glubokov and L A Dushkina, editors, 
p 190-193,207-208 1993 In Russian with English summ FR 40(2) 
Oncor/iynchus fceia in Russia. 

95 002935 LundqvisI, Hans; Ingemar Berglund and Hasse Fangstam CONSEQUENCES OF PARR MATURITY 
IN SALMON STOCKING PROGRAMMES. Workshop on the Postsmolt Biology ofS-atmonids in Ranching Systems, 
November 10-12, 1992, Umea, Sweden Torleif Eriksson and Tortorn larvi, editors Word / Freshwater Res No. 
69. p 101. 1994. Abstract only, FR 40(2) 
[Dep, Aquacult,, Umea, Sweden] 

95 002936 Macewicz, Beverly ). and ) Roe Hunter FECUNDITY OF SABLEFISH, ANQPLOPOMA HMBRIA, 
FROM OREGON COASTAL WATERS. Calif Coop Oceanic Fish tnvest Rep Vol. 35 p 160-174 1994. In English 
with Spanish summ. FR 40(2) 

(Southwesl Fish, Sci Cent,, NMFS, NOAA, PO, Box 271, U Jolla, CA 92038-0271] 

95-002937 McGinre, William Reed RELATIONSHIPS OF EPIDERMAL MORPHOLOGY AND BREEDING 
BEHAVIORS IN PEBBLE NEST-BUILDING MINNOWS (PISCES CYPRINIDAE) M S. thesis, Univ Richmond 1993, 
From Masters Abstr Inl. 32(1):192 1994 FR 40(2) 

Nocomis leptacephalus, Semotilus atromacu/atus, Exogfossum maxiWmgua, Campostoma anomalitm, and 
C/Jnoslomus lunduhides 

95-002938 Merati, Nazila. SPAWNING DYNAMICS OF WALLEYE POLLOCK, THEKACRA 
CHALCOCRAMMA, IN THE SHCLIKOF STRAIT, GULF OF ALASKA MS, thesis, Univ Wash 1993 FR 40(2) 

95-002939 Pardo S., Alda and Jorge Ollva L. [AN ESTIMATION OF SIZE AT FIRST SEXUAL MATURITY OF 
SPANISH MACKEREL (SCOMBER IAPONICUS PtRUAHUS) IN THE NORTH ZONE OF CHILE DURING THE 
PERIOD OF MAXIMUM REPRODUCTIVE ACTIVITY.] fnst Fom Pesrj Ser. Invest Peso. Vol. 37 p 97-106 1992 
In Spanish with English summ FR 40(2) 

95-002940 Render, Jeffrey H.; Bruce A. Thompson and Robert L. Allen REPRODUCTIVE DEVELOPMENT OF 
STRIPED MULLET IN LOUISIANA ESTUARINE WATERS WITH NOTES ON THE APPLICABILITY OF 
REPRODUCTIVE ASSESSMENT METHODS FOR ISOCHRONAL SPECIES. Trans Am Fish. Soc 124(1),26-36. 
1995. FR 40(2) 

[Coaslal Fish. Inst., La. State Univ., Baton Rouge 70803] Mug// cephaius. 

95-002941 Rickey, Marlha H. MATURITY, SPAWNING, AND SEASONAL MOVEMENT OF ARROWTOOTH 
FLOUNDER, ATHERESTHS5TOMMS, OFF WAS HINGTON.U 5 Nat/ Mar Fish Serv. Fish Bull 93(1)'127-138 
1 994. FR 40(2) 

(Mar Resour. Div., Dep. Fish & Wlldl , 600 Capitol Way N., Olympia, WA 98501-1091 j 

FR40(2) 57 1995 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

SPAWNING HABITS AND MOVEMENTS, FECUNDITY, ETC. (Continued) 

95002942 Rinne, John N REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY OF THfc RIO GRANDE CHUB, GIIA /r, 
(TELEOSTOMI- CYPRINIFORMES), IN A MONTANE STREAM, NEW MEXICO Southwest Nat 40(1}'10>.7'** 
1995 FR4Q(2) M 

[U S, For, Setv, Rocky Ml For & Range Exp Sin , Southwest For Sci Complex, 2500 S Pineknol)Dr.,FlflD s 
AZ8&001I laf f, 

95002943 Saclovy, Yvonne; Aida Rosarro and Ana Roman REPRODUCTION IN AN AGGRtGATi,,, 
GROUPER, THE RED HIND, EPINEPHSLUS CUTTAJUS Environ Biol Fiihe* 41(1-4} 269-286 1994. PR 40,jG 

|Dep.Zoo!, Univ Hong Kong, Pokfulam Rd, Hong Kong] ' 

95002944 Shapiro, Douglas Y,; Graciela Garcia Molmer and Yvonne Sadovy SOCIAL SYSTEM Or A 
INSHORE STOCK OF THE RED HIND GROUPER, EPINEPH6LUS GUTTAJUS (PISCES SERRANIDAE} &ity N 
Biol Rs/es4l(1-4)'4l5-422 1994, FR 40(2) n 

(Garcia Mofiner Crad, School Qceanogf , Univ R I , Narraganselt 02882| 

95-002945 Tavjres, Elizabeth F and Hugo P, Godmho (REPRODUCTIVE CYCLE OF THE PIAU-GORDu Rg!l 
(LEPORtNUS PIAU FOWLER, 1941) IN THE TRES MARIAS RESERVOIR, RIO SAO PRANCISCO | Rev c^ 
41(233) 28-35. 1994, In Portugese. FR 40(2} s 



95002946 Taylor, Christopher A REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY Of THE NORTHERN 
TOPMINNOW(FLWDL/LL/5D/SR4R(ACASSIZ)), WITH COMPARISONS BETWEEN NATURAL AND CAP^T 
POPULATIONS MS thesis, South 111 Untv. (Carbondaty 45p 1993 FR 40(2) 

95-002947 Tess'ier, Nathalie. (IMPACT OF AGGRESSIVE INTERACTIONS ON THE FECUNDITY OF FE\V\ tE 
THREESPINE STICKLEBACKS (GASTEROSTEUS ACULATUS]\MS thesis, Univ Laval (Canada) 64p 1993. (n 
French. From Masters Abstr. Int. 32(6);1 604. 1994. Order No. MAMM8G841 FR 40(2) 

95 002943 Tucker, John W,, Jr, and Peter N. Woodward EGG PRODUCTION AND COMPLETION OF Tug 
LIFE CYCLE OF BELTED SANDHSH (SERRAHU5 SUBLICARIUS) IN CAPTIVITY, Bull Mar Sci 56(2)701 7rj ? 
1995. FR40(2| 

(Harbor Branch Oceanogf lust,, 5600 N. U.S Hwy I, Fort Pierce, FL 34946] 

95002949 Veshchev, P. V. SCALE OF NATURAL REPRODUCTION OF VOLGA STARRED STURGEON |^ 
CONTEMPORARY ECOLOGICAL CONDITIONS. Kuss I fco/ 25(2).120-127 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Caspian So Res. Insl, Fish , Astrakhan, Russia! Aapenser stcllatus in Russia 

95002950 Wilkonska, HalFna FECUNDITY OF ROACH (RUTILUS RUTILUS L) IN HEATED LAKE 
GOSLAWSKIE, Ecological Disturbances in Heated Kontn Lakes Ian A Szczerbowskt, Tadeusz Backicf, Bogus/a w 
Zdanowsh, and lerzy Waluga, editois Arch. Pol Fish 2(2)'301-J09. 1994, In English with Polish siimm FR'IO(2-) 

jlnst Rybachva Srodladowego, ul. Oczapowikiego 10, 10-957 Olszlyn-Kortowo, Poland) 

95-00295 1 Wolfe, S M , R. E Cr<ibtree and R. E Spieler, ACE, GROWTH AND THE ANNUAL CYCLES OF 
LIPOGENESIS AND REPRODUCTION IN ACANTHURUS BAHIANUS IN SOUTHERN FLORIDA. Am Zoo! 
34(5) 68A 1994 Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[Nova Southeast. Univ., Oceanogr. Cent , Dania, FLj 

MOVEMENTS, SEASONAL AND DEPTH DISTRIBUTION, ETC. 

95-002952 Bortone, Stephen A,; Tony Martin and Charles M Bundrick. FACTORS AFFECTING FISH 
ASSEMBLAGE DEVELOPMENT ON A MODULAR ARTIFICIAL REEF IN A NORTHERN GULF OF MEXICO 
ESTUARY. Proceeding; of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3 7 November 
)99, Lang Beach, Caflbmia, USA VWtam ] Richards, editor Bull. Mar Sci 55(2-3),3 1 9-332. 1 994 FR 40(2) 
[BroL Dep , Univ. West Fla., Pensacola 3251 4j Mycteroperca microlepn,, Haemulon aurolineatum, Harcngufa 
a, and data for 27 other species in Florida. 



95-002953 Carey, Francis G, and Eugenie Clark DEPTH TELEMETRY FROM THE SIXGILL SHARK, 
HEXANCHUSCRiSEUS, AT BERMUDA. Environ Biol F/s/ies42(l)-7-14 1995 FR 40(2) 
(Woods Hole Oceanogr. lust,, Woods Hole, MA 02543J 

95002954 Carl, L M SONICTRACKING OFBURBOTIN LAKEOPEONGO, ONTARIO, Trans Am rish 5oC. 
124(1)77-83 1995. FR 40(2) 

[Ontario Mmist Nal. Resaur, Aquat Ecosyst Res Sect,, Res,, Sd&Technol. Branch, PO Box 5000, Map!^ 
ON, Canada L6A 159] Lota Iota in Canada. 

95-002955 Childless, fames J ARE THERE PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL ADAPTATIONS Of 
METABOLISM IN DEEP-SEA ANIMALS? Trends fco/ & vol. 10(l).30-36. 1995 FR 40(2) 
[Div. Ecol., Evol. & Mar Biol, Dep, Biol, Sci, Univ. Calif,, Santa Barbara 93106) 

F*40{2) 58 1995 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

MOVEMENTS, SEASONAL AND DEPTH DISTRIBUTION, ETC. (Continued) 

95 002956 D'Anna, C , F Badalamenti, M Gristma and C Pipitone INFLUENCE OF ARTIFICIAL REEFS ON 
COASTAL NEKTON ASSEMBLAGES OF THE GULF OF CASTELLAMMARE (NORTHWEST SICILY), Proceedings 
of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-? November 1 99 1, Longffeac/i, California, 
USA William I. Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3)418-433 1994 FR 40(2) 

)lst Tecnol Pesca & Pescalo, C N R , via L Vaccaro 61, 91026 Mdzara del Vallo (TP), Italy) D/cenlrarc/ius 
labrax, Sardinella aur/ta, and data for 75 other species in Italy 

95002957 del Norte Campos, A G, C and A lemming. DAILY ACTIVITY, FEEDING AND RATIONS IN 
GOBIES AND BROWN SHRIMP IN THE NORTHERN WADDEN SEA Mar Ccol Prog Set 11 5(1 &2) 41-53 
1994. FR 40(2) 

jlnst Hydrobiol & Fischereiwiss , Univ Hamburg, Olbersweg 24, D 22767 Hamburg, Germany] 
Pomatoschtstus microps and P mmultK in Germany 

95 002958 Finstad, Bengl and Tor G Heggborfiel THE EFFEC F OF TIMING OF ANADROMOUS ARCTIC 

CHARRANDSEA TROUT MIGRATION ON GROWTH AND SEA STAYINFINNMARK, NORTHERN NORWAY 
Workshop of) the Postsmolt Biology ot Salmonids in Ranching Systems, November JO- 1 2, 1992, L/me,% Sweden 
lorleif Eriksson and Torbarn larvt, editors Nord j Freshwater Res No 69 p 96 1994, Abstract only FR 40(2) 
[Norwegian lnt,t Nat Res , Trondlieim, Norway] Satvettnus a/pmus and Salrno trutta 

95-002959 Frazer, Thomas K and William J Lmdberg REFUGE SPACING SIMILARLY AFFECTS 
REEF-ASSOCIATED SPECICS PROM THREE PHYLA. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aqustic 
Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, long Beach, Calitomia, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 
55(2-3):38fl 400 1994, FR 40(2) 

(Dep Biol Sci & Mar Sci Inst,, Univ Calif, Santa Barbara 93106] Centropnjt stnata me/ana and Baltics 
capnsois in (he Gulf of Mexico, 

95-002960 Fricke, H. and R Kaese. TRACKING OF ARTIFICIALLY MATURED EELS (ANCUIUA ANGUtLLA) 
IN THE SARGASSO SEA AND THE PROBLEM OFTHE EEL'S SPAWNING SITE WatwwMsensc/wten G2(l ) 32-36 
1995 FR40(2) 

(Max-Planck-lnsl Verlialtensphysiol,, D 82319 Seewiesen, Germany) 

95-002961 Hair, C. A, ] D. Dell and M J Kingsford. EFFECTS OF POSITION IN THE WATER COLUMN, 
VERTICAL MOVEMENT AND SHADE ON SETTLEMENT OF FISH TO ARTIFICIAL HABITATS. Proceedings of 
the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November f 99 /, long Seacft, California, 
USA William / Richards, editor. Bull Mar Set 55(2-3}'434-444 1 994 FR 40{2) 

[Fish, Res Inst, P.O Box 21, Cronulla, N S.W 2230, Australia] Ac/ioeroc/us viridib, Scorpis Imeolatus, 
Alypichthys strigatu 1 ;, Centropogon attsttalis, Microcanl/uis stngaius, Acanthopagrus australis, Pelatos 
quadnlmeatus, and data for six other species in Australia 

95 002962 Herbert, Knstme A DRIFT OF AQUATIC MACROFAUNA IN LOGAN CAVE STREAM, BENTON 
COUNTY, ARKANSAS M S thesis, Univ Arkansas 1 75p 1 994 From Arkansas Coop. Fish Wildl Res Unit Pub! 
No, 22. 1994 FR40(2) 
Codus carolinac 

95002963 Holm, Marianne, E. Ona, I Huso; OveT, Skilbrcl and Knut E Jorstad MIGRATORY BEHAVIOUR 
OF INDIVIDUALS AND SCHOOLS OF ATLANTIC SALMON POSTSMOLTS OBSERVED BY HYDROACOUSTIC 
METHODS Workshop on the Postsmolt Biology ofSalinontds in Ranching Systems, November 10- 1 2, 1992, Umea, 
Sweden Torleif Eriksson and Toiborn farvi, editors Nord I freshwater Res No 69 p 98 1994 Abstract only 
FR 40(2} 

[Inst Mar Res , Bergen, Norway] 5o/mo ra/ar in Norway. 

95002964 Hudson, John. SEASONAL AND DAILY MOVEMENTS OF LARGE BROWN TROUT IN THE 
MAINSTREAM AU SABLE RIVER, MICHIGAN MS 1/tesi's, Univ Mich 1993, FR 40(2) 

Sa//no Wutta. 

95 002965 Kennedy, Mary Kathleen Lewis COMMUNITY STRUCTURE OF FISH FAUNA ATTWO STATIONS 
IN THE EASTERN TROPICAL PACIFIC. M 5 thesis, Dalhousie Untv (Canada) 1 59p 1992, From Masters. Alisir 
Int 32(1|:173.1994 Order No. MAMM80217. FR 40(2} 

95-002966 Kimura, Shlngo; Akihide Kasai and Takashige Siigimoto MIGRATION OF YELLOWTAIL IN 
RELATION TO INTRUSIONS OF WARM WATER FROM THE KUROSHIO Fish, Sci 60(6}:&35-641 1994. 
FR40(2) 

[Ocean Res. Inst,, Univ, Tokyo, Mmamidai, Nakano, Tokyo 1 64, Japan] Senola qumqveradiata in the 
northwestern Pacific Ocean. 

95 002967 Kohlcr, Karl-Ludwig [M-A-L, A NEW MODEL OF ANIMAL NAVIGATION BASED ON MAGNETIC 
FIELD, AZIMUTH DIRECTION AND PERPENDICULAR.) Vogelwelt 115(5) > 243-251 1994, In German will) 
English summ. FR 40(2} 

[Flugshofer Sir. 14, D-91448 Emskirchen, Germany] 

FR40(2) 59 1995 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

MOVEMENTS, SEASONAL AND DEPTH DISTRIBUTION, ETC. (Continued) 

95-002968 Krebs, L J and ] (anovy, Jr VARIATION IN PARASITE POPULATION AND COMMUNITY 
STRUCTURE OF TWO SYMPATRIC MINNOWS Am Zoo! 34(5) 69A 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 
|Univ Nebr, Lincoln 68508) Noiropis stramineus and N dorsalis in Nebraska 

95 002969 Mallieney, Matlhew P IV MOVEMENT PATTERNS AND HABITAT USE BY NORTHERN HOG 
SUCKERS IN THE CURRENT RIVER, MO M 5 thesis, Umv Mo (Columbia) } 99p 1 993 FR 40(2) 
Hypentelium mgricans 

95-002970 Mullen, Dennis M and Thomas M Burton SIZE-RELATED HABITAT USE BY LONGNOSE DACE 
(RHINICHTHYS CATARACTAE) Am Midi Mat 133(1)177-183 1995 FR 40(2) 
[Biol Dep, Middle Term Slate Univ, Murfreesboro 371321 

95-002971 Parsons, Glenn R, NOTES ON THE STATUS AND LIFE HISTORY OF THE NORTHERN MAOTOW, 
NOTURUS SriCMOSUS, IN MISSISSIPPI Southeast Fishes Counc Proc No 30 p 1-3 1994 FR 40(2) 
[Freshwater Bml. Program, Dep. Biol , Univ Miss , University 38677] N phaeus and N hildebrandi, 

95-002972 Pavlov, Dmilryi Sergeevitch THE DOWNSTREAM MIGRATION OF YOUNG FISHES IN RIVERS- 
MECHANISMS AND DISTRIBUTION Folia Zoo! 43(3) 193-208 1994 FR 40(2) 

[AN Severlzov Insl. Evol Anim Morphol & Ecol, Russian Acad Sci, Lenin's Ave 30, 177071 Moscmv 
V-71, Russia] 

95-002973 PosI, John R , Lars G Rudslamand DeniseM Schael TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL DISTKIBUFION 
OFPELAGICAGEOFISHINLAKEMENDOTA, WISCONSIN Trans Am Fish Soc 124(1}'84-93, 1995.FR40[2J 
[Div. Ecol , Dep. Biol. Sci , Univ. Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada T2N 1 N4| iepomis, Perot flavescem, Pnmow 
ntgromaculatus, and AplotJmotus grunniens. 

95-002974 Prenda, Jose and Carlos Granado FISH MICRODlSTRIBUTION IN A STREAM IN SOUTHERN 
SPAIN PREDATOR AVOIDANCE OR MICROHABITAT PREFERENCES? Int Ver Theor Angew. Limnol Vcth 
25(4)2178 1994, Abstract only FR 40(2) 

(Insl. Freshwater Ecol , River Lab , E. Stoke, Wareliam, Dorset BH20 6BB, England) 

95-002975 Regal, Gary. RANGE OF MOVEMENT AND DAILY ACTIVITY OF WILD BROWN TROUT IN THi 
SOUTHERN BRANCH AU SABLE RIVER, Ml MS thesis, Univ Mich 1992 FR 40(2) 
Satmo tmtta 

95-002976 Relini, Marco, Giovanni Tbrchia and Giulio Relim SEASONAL VARIATION OF FISH 
ASSEMBLAGES IN THE LOANO ARTIFICIAL REEF (LIGURIAN SEA NORTHWESTERN-MEDITERRANEAN), 
Proceedings of the Fifth international Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 139), Long 
Beach, Cabtomia, USA William I Richards, editor Bull. Mar Set 55(2-3)401 417, 1994. FR 40(2) 

[1st. Zool , Lab Biol Mar. & Ecol Anim , Via Balbi 5, 1 61 26 Geneva, Italy] Serranus cabnlla, Chromis chromis, 
Dipiodas vu/gar/s, and data for 38 other species 

95-002977 Sakai, Mitsuo and Ambrosio Espmos REPEAT HOMING AND MIGRATION OF RAINBOW 
TROUT TO THE INLET AND OUTLET SPAWNING STREAMS IN A PATAGONIAN LAKE, ARGENTINA Fah Sci 
60(2)137-142.1994 FR 40(2} 

jFish. & Aquacult Int Co, Ltd, 7 KohjiMachi Blclg, 555, 4-5 Kohji-Maclii, Ctiiyoda, Tokyo 102, Japan] 



95-002978 Sarvala, J; H Helmmen; A Hirvonen, M Miinalamen and V Saankan. SPRING DEVELOPMENT 
OF ZOOPLANKTON AND SPATIAL PATTERN OF PLANKTIVOROUS FISH LARVAE IN A MESOTROPmC 
LAKE fnt Ver Jheor Angew Limnof Verh 25(4) 2132-2138. 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Biol, Univ Turku, FIN-20500 Turku, Finland] Co/egonus a/bu/a and C bvaretus in Finland] 

95 002979 Sclafani, Matthew VERTICALMIGRATION Of MARINE LARVAL FISH: PATTERNS, MODELS AN D 
APPLICATION TO RECRUITMENT RESEARCH MS thesis, Dalhousie Unnt. (Canada) 1 60p 1992 From Masters 
Abslf Int. 32(1} 175 1994 Order No MAMM80139. FR40(2) 
Oupes harengus, Gadus inorhua, and Mallotus villosus, 

95-002980 Stephens, John S , Jr, Dan Pondella and Pamela Morris, FACTORS AFFECTING SETTLEMENT OF 
SMALL 8ENTHIC FISHES TO ROCKY REEF HABlFATS IN KING HARBOR, CALIFORNIA Proceedings of UK 
fifth International Cantetencs on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November! 99 J, Long Beach, airfomia, USA 
Wham} Richards, editor. Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3):1354 1994 Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

fVantuna Res. Group, Occidental Coll, Los Angeles, CA 90041] Hypsobtennsus Icnkmsl Paracbnus 
integnpinnis, Lythrypnus dalli, and Rus-canus creasen 



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1995 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

MOVEMENTS, SEASONAL AND DEPTH DISTRIBUTION, ETC (Continued) 

95-002981 Szedlmayer, Stephen T and Robert L Slupp MOVEMENT AND GROWTH OF RED SNAPPER, 
LUTIANUS CAMPECHANUS, FROM AN ARTIFICIAL REEF AREA IN THE NORTHEASTERN GULF OF MEXICO 
Proceedings ol the Filth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat fnbdncement, J-7 November 1991, Long 
Beach, California, USA William I Richaids, editor Bull Mar SLI 55(2-3} 8B7-896 199"! FR 40(2} 

[Auburn Umv Mar Ext & Res Cent, Dep, Fisli & Allied Aquacull, 4170 Commanders Dr, Mobile, Al 
36615] L synagns 

95-002982 Tyler, Jeffrey A and James F Cllliam IDEAL FREE DISTRIBUTIONS OF STREAM FISH A MODEL 
AND TEST WITH MINNOWS, RHINICHJHYS AJRATULUS Ecology 76(2) 580-592, 1995 FR40(2) 

[Environ So Div, Oak Ridge Natl Lab, Box 2008, Bldg 1 505, MS 6038, Oak Ridge, TN 37831 6038] 

95002983 Virgl, John A and ) D McPhail SPATIO-TEMPORAL DISTRIBUTION OF ANADROMOUS 
(TRACHURUS) AND FRESHWATER (LEIURUS) THREESPJNE STICKLEBACKS, CAS7EROSJEUS ACULFATUS 
Can FteldNat 108(3)355-360 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Biol,Umv Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada S7N OWO] 

95002984 West, James E, Raymond M, Buckley and Daniel C Doly ECOLOGY AND HABITAT USfc OF 
JUVENILE ROCKFISHES (SEBAS7ES SPP ) ASSOCIATED WITH ARTIFICIAL REEFS IN PUGET SOUND, 
WASHINGTON Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on .Aquatic Habitat Enhancement 3 7 
November J99J, Long Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3)' 344-350 1994. 
FR40(2) 

[Dep Fish, P.O. Box 43 135, Olympia, WA 98504 3144] Sefaaslescaunnus, 5 mahger, andS auncuktus 

IOODS/FEEDING 

95002905 Aunoles-Gamboa, David and Alfredo Zavala-Gonzalez ECOLOGICAL FACTORS THAT 
DETERMINE DISTRIBUTION AND ABUNDANCE OF THE CALIFORNIA SEA LION ZALOPHUS 
CAUFORNIANUS IN THE GULP OF CALIFORNIA. Gene Mar 20(4),535-553. 1994 In Spanish and English, 
PR 40(2) 

[Lab. Mamiferos Mar , Fac. Cienc , UNAM, Mexico D F,, Mexico] Sardmops sagax caemletts, Opisthonoma, 
Mertuccius angusl/manus, Cetengrau/is mysticetus, and 5comoer yapomcus. 

95 002986 Barshaw, Diana C and Ehud Spanier ANTI PREDATOR BEHAVIORS OF THE MEDITERRANEAN 
SLIPPER LOBSTER, SCYLLARIDES LATUS. Proceedings of the fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat 
Enhancement, 3-7 November 199 J, Long Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Butt Mar Set 
55(2-3):375-382 1994 FR 40(2} 

[Recanati Cent, Maritime Studies, Umv Haifa, Mount Carmel, Haifa 31905, Israel] Batistes caro/mem/s in 
Israel. 

95002987 Berry, Patrick. FROM COW PAT TO FRYING PAN AUSTRALIAN HERRING (ARRIPES 
GEORGIANUS) FEED ON AN INTRODUCED DUNC BEETLE (SCARABAEIDAE) West Aust Nat 19(3)241 242. 
1993, FR 40(2) 

[Western Australian Mus , Francis St Perth, W A, 6000, Australia] 

95002988 BlayJJr FOOD AND FEEDING HABITSOF FOURSPECIESOFJUVENILEMUUET(MUGILIDAE) 
IN A TIDAL LAGOON IN GHANA / fish Biol 46(1)134-144,1995 FR 40(2} 

[Dep. Zool., Umv Cape Coast, Cape Coasl, Ghana] iiza falcipmnis, L dumerili, Mugii bananensis, and M 
curema 

95002989 Bogstad, Bfarte; George R. Lilly; Sigbjorn Mehl, Olafur K Palsson and Cunnar Slefansson 
CANNIBALISM AND YEAR-CLASS STRENGTH IN ATLANTIC COD (CADUS MORHUA I.) IN ARCTO BOREAL 
ECOSYSTEMS (BARENTS SEA, ICELAND, AND EASTERN NEWFOUNDLAND) Cod and Climate Change 
Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Reykjavik, 23-27 August 1993 lakob lakobsson, editor Int Coimc Exptor 
Sea Mar Sci Symp Vol. 198 p 576-599. 1994 I"R 40(2) 

(Inst Mar Res., Dep Mar Resour, PO. Box 1870 Nordnes, N-5024 Bergen, Norway] 

95002990 Browder, Richard G; Richard C Browder and Greg C, Carman, AN INEXPENSIVE AND 
AUTOMATIC MULTIPLE EXPOSURE PHOTOGRAPHIC SYSTEM I Field Omilhol 66(1)37-43 19'J5 In English 
with Spanish summ FR 40(2) 

[Dep Biol., Va. Commonwealth Univ , Richmond 23284] Afosa aestiva/is in Virginia 

95002991 Bry,C.,F.Bonamy;J ManelpheandB Duranlhon EARLYL1FECHARACTERISTICSOF PIKE,f5OX 
LUCIUS, IN REARING PONDS- TEMPORAL SURVIVAL PATTERN AND ONTOGENETIC DIET SHIFTS. / frsfi 
Biol 46(1V99-113 1995.FR40(2) 

[I N.R.A , Lab. Genet Poissons, 78352 Jouy en Josas Cedex, France] 

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95-002992 Buckley, Trny W. and Bruce S. Miller. FEEDING HABITS OF YELLOWFIN TUNA ASSOCIATED 
WITH FISH AGGRECATiON DEVICES IN AMERICAN SAMOA. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference 
on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement 3-7 November J99J, Long Beach, California, USA. William I. Richards, editot 
Bull. Mar. Sci. 55(2-3):445-459. 1 994. FR 40(2) 

[Fish. Res. Inst., School Fish,, WH-10, Univ. Wash., Seatlle 98195} T/iurwius albacares, Lactoria diaphana, and 
data for 15 other species. 

95-002993 Bush/, Richard T., Jr., and D. G. Lindcruisl. SPATIAL CONSIDERATIONS OF PREY SELECTION IN 
THE SLIPPERY DICK (HAUCHQERES BtVtTTAJUS} ON INNERSHELF REEFS IN ONSLOW BAY, NC. Proceedings 
ol"(/ie Fillli International Conference on Aq uatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 1 99 1, Long Beach, California, 
USA. William / Richards, editor. Bui!. Mar. Sci. 55(2-3):1332. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 
jDep. Biol. Sci., Univ. N.C., Wilmington 18403| 

95-002994 Cailleux, Ricliard L; Wesley F. Porak; Steve Crawford and Larry Connor. FOOD HABITS AND 
GROWTH OF LARGEMOUTH BASS IN VEGETATED VS. UNVEGETATED LAKES IN CENTRAL FLORIDA. Lake 
Reservoir Manage. 9(2):b1, 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[Game & Fresh Water Fish Cornm., Rt. 7, Box 3055, Quincy, FL 32351. tel:904-627-9f>74| Mcropterus 
sslmoides. 

95-002995 Carasilsou, E. and C, Papaconstanllnou. FEEDING HABITS OF PIPER (TRIGLA LYRA) IN THE 
SARON1KOS GULF (GREECE)./. Appl. Ichlhyol. 10(2-3):104-t 13. 1994. FR 40(2) 

jPapaconslanlinou: Minisl. Ind., Energy & Technol., Natl. Cent. Mar. Res., GR-16604 Hellenikon-Athens^ 
Greece) 

95-002996 Chigbu, Paulinus. TROPHIC ROLE OF LONGFIN SMELT IN LAKE WASHINGTON. Ph.D. 
dissertation, Univ. Wash. 1993. FR 40(2) 
Spiiinchus thateichlhys in Washington. 

95-002997 Cliigbu, Paulinos and Thomas H. Sibley. DIET AND GROWTH OF LONGFIN SMELT AN C> 
JUVENILE SOCKEYE SALMON IN LAKE WASHINGTON. Int. Vet. Jheor. Angew. Limnol. Verh. 25(4):2086-203K 
1994. FR 40(2) 

[Fish. Res. Insl., Univ. Wash., Sealtle 981 95] Spirinchus thaleichthys and Oncorhynchus nerka in Washington. 

95-002998 Cloe, William W. Ill; Greg C. Garman and Scott A. Slranko.THE POTENTIAL OF THE BULL CHUB 
(WOCOMfS RANWI) AS A PREDATOR OF THE ZEBRA MUSSEL (DRE1SSENA POLYMORPHA) IN 
MID-ATLANTIC COASTAL RIVERS. Am. Midi. Nat. 1 33(1 ):1 70-1 76. 1995. FR 40(2) 
|Dep. Biol., Va. Commonwealth Univ., Richmond 23284] 

95-002999 Conceiciio de Souza-Stevaux, Maria; Raquel R. B. Negrelle and Vanilde Ciladini-Zanetlc. SEED 
DISPERSAL BY THE FISH PTtRODORAS CRANULOSUS IN THE PARANA RIVER BASIN, BRAZIL/. Trop. fcol 
1 0(4}:62 1-626. 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Negrefle: Univ. Fed. Parana, Cx. Postal 19031, CurUiba, PR, Brazil 81531-970] 

95-003000 Grain, Patrick. PREDATION BY PLANTED HATCHERY REARED COHO SALMON SMOLTS 
(ONCORHYNCHUS KISU7CH) ON NATIVE PINK SALMON FRY (O. CORBUSCHA). M.S. thesis, Univ. Wash. 
1992. FR 40(2) 

95-003001 CroxalF, ]. P. and P. Rolhery. POPULATION REGULATION OF SEABIRDS: IMPLICATIONS OF 
THEIR DEMOGRAPHY FOR CONSERVATION. Bird Population Studies: Relevance to Conservation and 
Management. Collected Papers of the First International Symposium organized by the "Station Biologique de la 
Tour du Vslat" held December 12 to 1 6, 1 98fl, al the Station Biologique in is Sambuc, Aries, France. C. M. Penins 
I.-D. Lebrcton and C. }. M. Hirons, editors, p. 272-296. 1 994. FR 40(2) 

[British Antarclic Surv., NERC, High Cross, Madingley Rd, Cambridge CB3 OET, England] Sarclinops ocellata, 
Clupea harengtts, Engraulis rmgens, and . mordax. 

95-003002 Daniels, R. A. and S. J. Wisniewski. FEEDING ECOLOGY OF REDSIDE DACE, CUNOSTOMUS 
ELONCATUS. Ecol. Freshwater Fish 3(4); 176-1 83. 1994. In English with Spanish sumrn, FR 40(2) 
[State Mus., Biol. Surv. Lab., 145 Jordan Rd, Troy, NY 121 80] 

95-003003 Deb, Debal. SCALE-DEPENDENCE OF FOOD WEB STRUCTURES: TROPICAL PONDS AS 
PARADIGM. O/fcos 72|2):245-262. 1995. FR 40(2) 

[World Wide Fund Nat.-lndia, East, Reg, Off., Tata Cent. 5tli Fl., 43 Chowringhee Rd,, Calcutta-700 071, India) 
tabeo fo/iila, Cal/a catla, Cirrhintis miigala, and Pane/tax panchax in India. 

95-003004 Dreperink, Christian. EXPOSURE OF SEA-TROUT SMOLT, SALMO TRUTTA L, TO AVIAN 
PREDATION, MEDIATED BY CAPTURE IN COMMERCIAL POUND NETS. Workshop on the Postsmolt 0/ofagy 
of Salmonids in Ranching Systems, November W- ]2, 1 992, Umea, Sweden. Torleif Eriksson and Jorborn laivi, 
editors. Word. I Freshwater Res. No. 69. p. 71 -78. 1 994. FR 40(2) 
[Inland Fish. Lab., Lysbrogade 52, DK-B600 Silkeborg, Denmark] 

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95 003005 Donaldson, Paul L and lleana E Clr.vijo DIET OF ROUND SCAD (DECAPTZRUS PUNCTATUi} 
ON A NATURAL AND AN ARTIFICIAL REEF IN ONSLOW BAY, NORTH CAROLINA Proceedings of ihc Filth 
International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November J991, Long Beach, Ca/i/orn/a, USA 
William I Richards, editor Bull Mar So 55(2-3)501-509 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Univ Conn,Natl Undersea Res Cent Avery Point Campus, Croton 06340) 

95003006 Duffield, Richard M, Oliver S Flint and Charles H Nelson CLOSSOSOMA VERDONA 
(GLOSSOSOMATIDAE TRICHOPTERA) IN THE DIETOF BROOK TROUT (SALVLLINUS FOHTINAUS) IN LIBBY 
CREEK, WYOMING, USA / Kans Entomol Soc 67(3) 277-282 1994 FR 10(2) 

[Dep Biol, Howard Univ, Washington, DC 20059] 

95003007 Eisner, Sherry Anne. BALD EAGLES WINTERING ALONG THE COLUMBIA RIVER IN 
SOUTHCENTRAL WASHINGTON FACTORS INFLUENCING DISTRIBUTION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF 
PERCH AND ROOST TREES MS thesis, Univ Mont SBp 1991 FR40(2) 

Oncorhync/ius tshawytscha 

95-003008 Elliot, Robert Fee FEEDING HABITS OF CHINOOK SALMON IN EASTERN LAKE MICHIGAN 
M S. thesis, Mich State Univ lisp 1994 From Masters Abstr Int. 33(1)141 1995 Order No MA1357BB7 
FR 40(2) 

Perca flavescens, Osmerus mordaf, Coregonia hoy/, Atosa pseudoharengus, and Oncorhynchus ts/iawyiscj?a 

95 003009 Enema, L and C Cranado Lorencio GUT EVACUATION IN BARBEL (BAKBUS SCLATERI G , I B6S) 
AND NASE (CHONDROS7OMA WILLKQMMI S, 1866) Leo! Freshwater Fish 3(4}:159-iG6 1994 In English 
with Spanish summ. FR 40(2) 

|Estac. Ecol, Acua , Principe Alberto I de Monaco, Pabellon Monaco, Isla Carluja, E 41 092 Sevilla, Spain] 

95-003010 Ensign, William E THE IMPORTANCE OF COMPETITION FOR FOOD RESOURCES IN THE 
INTERACTION BETWEEN BROOK TROUT (SALVELINUS FONTINALIS) AND RAINBOW TROUT (SALMO 
GAIRDNERI). M S thesis, Univ Tenn 97p. 1908 FR 40(2) 

95 00301 1 Erkamo, Esa, Matli Salmmen, Juhani Salmi and Lena Soderholm-Tana FEEDING, FOOD QUALITY, 
AND NUTRITIONAL STATE OF SALMON POSTSMOLTS IN THE FINNISH COAST OF THE 8OTHNIAN SEA 
Workshop on the Postsmolt Biology of Salmonids in Ranching Systems, November J 0- f 2, I 992, Um<sa, Sweden 
Jorleif Eriksson and Torborn larvi, editors Nord I Freshwater Res No, 69 p 95 1994 Abstract only FR40(2) 
[Finnish Game & Fish Res. Inst , Ebo, Finland] Sa/mo sa/ar in Finland 

95-003012 Esteves, Kalharma Eichbaum and Pedro M Galetti, Jr. FEEDING ECOLOGY OF MOENKHAUS1A 
INTERMEDIA (PISCES, CHARACIDAE) IN A SMALL OXBOW LAKE OF MOGI GUACU RIVER, SAO PAULO, 
BRAZIL Inl Vt>r Theor Angcw Limnol Verh 25(4)21982204 1994 FR 40(2) 

[InsI Pesca Secretana Agric & Abastecimento Estada Sao Paulo, Ave Francisco Matarazzo 455, CEP: 
05001-300, Sao Paulo, Brazil] 

95003013 Possum, Petler and BjornarEllertsen GUTCONTENTANALYSISOFFIRSTFEEDINGCODLARVAE 
(CADUS MORHUA L ) SAMPLED AT LOFOTEN, NORWAY, 1 979-1 986 Cod and Climate Change Proceedings 
of a Symposium Held in Reyk>avik, 23-2? August 1993 lakob lakobsson, editor. Int. Counc Explor. Sea Mar 5ci 
Symp Vol 198, p. 430437 1994 FR40(2) 

[Inst Mar, Res , P O Box 1 870, N-5024 Bergen, Norway] 

95-003014 Fnberg,N.,T H. Andersen; H O Hansen;T M Iversen; D Jacobsen, L KrojgaardandS.E Larsen 
THE EFFECT OF BROWN TROUT (SALMO TRUTTA L) ON STREAM INVERTEBRATE DRIFT, WITH SPECIAL 
REFERENCE TO CAMMARUS PULLX L Hydroblotogia 294(2)-105-110 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Nail Environ Res, Inst, Dep Freshwater Ecol,, Vejlsovej 25, DK-8600 Silkeborg, Denmarkl 

95-003015 Fnck, Stefan and Peter H Becker [DIFFERENT FEEDING STRATEGIES OF COMMON AND 
ARCTIC TERN (STERNA HIRUNDO AND S PARADtSAEA) IN THE GERMAN WADDEN SEA.] { Omithol 
1 36(1 ) 47-63, 1 995 In German with English summ. FR 40(2) 

[InsI Vogelforsch,, An der Vogelwarte 21, D-26386 Wilhelmshaven, Germany] 

95 003016 Gasparmi, )oao Luiz and Ivan Sazima ERETMOCHELYS IMBRICATA (HAWKSBILL) PREDATION 
Herpetol Rev 26(1)34. 1995. FR 40(2) 

[Dep Biol,, Univ Fed Espinto Santo, 29040-090 Vitona, Espinto Sanlo, Brazil) Ga/eocecdo cuviei in Brazil 

95-003017 Gehlbach, Frederick R. THE EASTERN SCREECH OWL' LIFE HISTORY, ECOLOGY, AND 
BEHAVIOR IN THE SUBURBS AND COUNTRYSIDE Tex A&M Univ Press 302p 1 994 Available at $45 00 
(cloth) from Texas A&M Press, Drawer C, College Station 77843-4354. tel:1 800 B26 891 1. FR 40{2) 

[Dep, Biol, Baylor Univ,, Waco, TX 76798] tepomis cyaneltus, L megalotis, Memdra bcrylltna, Cypnnella 
lutrensis, and Dorosoma cepedianum in Texas 

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95003018 Gerasimova, O, V PECULIARITIES OF SPRING FEEDING BY CAPELIN (MALLOTUS VILLOl 
ON THE GRAND BANK IN 1967-90, Report of the Canada USSR Capelm Symposium, "The Biologyol Cat 
in the Northwest Atlantic,' Si John's, Newfoundland, Canada, 27-29 November 1990 \ I Carscadclen, edit 
Northwest Atl Hsh Sci Vol 17 p 5967 1994 FR .10(2} 

|Polar Res lust Mar Fish & Oce.mogr. <PINRO), 6 Knipovicli Si, 103763 Murmansk, Russia] 

95-003019 Gerlai, Robert CAN PARADISE FISH (MACROPODL/S OPCRCULARIS, ANABANTIt 
RECOGNIZEANATURALPREDATOR?ANTHOLOCICALANALYSIS Et/io/ogj/94(2) 127-136 1993 FR A 
lMountSmaiHospit.il, Res Inst., Div Mo! Immunol &Neurobiol, 600 University Ave,Toronto,ON,Cai 
M5G 1X5] Oiaima micropefles 

95-003020 Cislason, Aslllior, Olafur S. Astthorsson and Hafsteinn Cudfinnsson PHYTOPLANKT 
CALANUS FINMARCHICUS, AND FISH EGGS SOUTHWESTOF ICELAND, 1990-1992 CodandOimateCha 
Proceeding's of a Symposium Held in Reykjavik, 23 27 August !993 lakob lakobsson, editor Int Count. fx 
Sea Mar Set Syinp Vol. 198. p 423-429 1994 FR 40(2} 

]Mar. Res. Inst , Skulagata 4, PO Box 1390, 121 Reykjavik, Iceland] Gadus morhua 

95-003021 Hanson, Renn BROWN BEAR (URSUS ARCTOS) PREDATION ON SOCKEYE SAtA 
(ONCORHYNCHUS NERKA} SPAWNERS IN TWO TRIBUTARIES OF THE WOOD RIVER LAKE SYS1 
BRISTOL BAY, ALASKA. MS thesis, Umv Wash 1992 FR '10(2} 

95-003022 He, Xi, James R Hodgson; James F Kitchell and Russell A Wright. GROWTH AND I 
COMPOSITION OF LARGEMOUTH BASS (MICROPfERUS SALMOIDES) FROM FOUR EXPERIMENTAL LA 
Int. Vcr 1heor Angew Limna! Verh 25(4) 2092-2097 1994 FR 40(2} 
[Div. Nat, Sci, St. Herbert Coll, DePere, Wl 54115] 

95 003023 Heggberget, Thrine Moen and Kjell-Erik Moseid PREY SELECTION IN COAS1AL EURAI 
OTTERS iUTRA LUTfM Ecograpriy 17(4) 331-338 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Norwegian Inst Nat Res,, Tungasletla 2, N-7005 Trondheim, Norway] Data for 1 1 species in Norway 

95 003024 Hemptull, Nina and Wendy Worthey DO PREDACEOUS TURTLES AFFECT STREAM FISH CS 
Ver. T/ieor Angoiv Limnol Verh 25(4).2105-2107 1994 FR 40(2} 

|Dep Biol & Water Resour Lab,Univ Louisville, Louisville, KY 40292) 

95003025 Hews, Diana K. OVERALL PREDATOR FEEDING RATES AND RELATIVE SUSCEPTIBILITY 
LARGE AND SMALL TADPOLES TO FISH PREDATION DEPEND ON MICROHABITAT A LABORATi 
STUDY / Herpetof 29(1)142-145 1995 FR 40(2} 

[Dep. Biol Sci , tndiana State Untv , Terre Haute 47908] tefaiasina panamen'iis in Panama 

95-003026 Holomuzki, Joseph R and Laura A, Hatchet! PREDATOR AVOIDANCE COSTS f 
HABITUATION TO FISH CHEMICALS BY A STREAM ISOPOD, fres/ivvater Sio/ 32(3) 5B5-592 1994 PR A 
[Div Nat Sci & Math, Transylvania Unsv, Lexington, KY 40508-1 797] Lepomts megatons 

95 003027 Hopey, Mark E and James W. Pelfanka RESTRICTION OF WOOD FROGS TO riSH I 
HABITATS' HOW IMPORTANT IS ADULT CHOICE? Copeia 1 994(4) 1 023-1 025 1 994 FR 40(2) 

iPelrar&a Dep Biol , Univ. N.C , Asheville 20804-3299] Lepomis aunltts, Mtcroplerus salmoides, and fcOi 
puncjaius. 

95 003028 Horn, Michael J ; Paul C. Marsh; Gordon Mueller and Tom Burke PREDATION BY ODOf" 
NYMPHS ON LARVAL RAZORBACK SUCKERS (XYRAUCHEN TEXANUS) UNDER LABORAT* 
CONDITIONS Southwest Nat 39(4) 371-374. 1994. FR 40(2} 
[Dep. Zool, ANZ Slate Umv, Tempe 85287] 

95003029 HorppilaJukka.THEDlETANDGROWTHOFROACHfRUT/tUSRUmUSfLJJINLAKEVESIJ^ 
AND POSSIBLE CHANGES IN THE COURSE OF BIOMANIPULATION Hydrobiologia 294(1)-3S41 1 
FR40(2) 

[Dep Lirnnol & Environ. Prol,, (Vukki, E-bldg ), FIN 0001 4, Umv Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland] 

95003030 Hvidsten, Nils Arne. MIGRATION AND NUTRITION IN WILD AND HATCHERY REA 
SALMON POSTSMOLT. Workshop on I/re PosCsmo/t Biology ofSalmottids in Ranching Sysienis, November H 
1 992, Lfmea, Sweden Torleif E nftsson and Torborn law, editors Nord I Freshwater Res No, 69 p 100, 1 
Abstract only FR 40(2) 

[Norwegian Inst. Nat. Res, Trondheim, NorwayJ 

95003031 famelj L andC AmbLard TROPHIC INTERACTIONSBETWEEN ADULTFISH(RL/mU5RUT, 
L, PERCA FLUV1ATILIS L, GYMNOCEPHALUS CERNUA L) AND THEIR PREY COMMUNITIES IN 
EUTROPHIC LAKE AYDAT (FRANCE) Int Ver. Theor Angew Limnol Verh 25(4)2158 1994. Abstract < 
FR 40(2) 

JUniv Blaise Pascal, Lab, Zool-ProtistoL, URA CNRS 138, F 631 77 Aubiere, Cedex, France] 

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95003032 Johnson, Christine M and Kenneth S Morris SOCIAL BEHAVIOR. In The Hawaiian Spinner 
Dolphin Kenneth S Norns, Berne/ Wursig, Randall S Weils, Me/any Wursig, Shannon M Brownlee, Christine 
lohnson, and lody Sohw, authors p 243-286 1994 FR 40(2) 
[Dep Cognition, Univ Calif, San Diego 920375 

95 003033 Kamz, Erich. [EFFECTS OF CORMORANTS (PHALACROCQKAX CARBO) ON THE F1SHSTOCKS 
IN TWO UPPER-AUSTRIAN RUNNING WATERS ) Oesterr r/sch 47(10)238250 1994 In German wi|h English 
summ. FR 40(2) 

(Bundesnnst Fischereiwirlsch , Scharflmg 18, A-5310 Mondsee, Austria] Satmolruita, Oncorhynchns mykms, 
and Thyma//us arclicus 

95003034 Kokes, Jin FOOD OF 0+ JUVENILE ZANDER (ST/ZOSTTO/ON LUCtOPERCA) IN THE MOVE 
MLYNY IMPOUNDMENTS (MORAVIA, CZECH REPUBLIC). Folia Zool 42(4):373-380 1993 FR 40(2) 
[Stouracova 21, 635 00 Brno, Czech Republic] 

95-003035 Kurz, Raymond C PREDATOR-PREY INTERACTIONS BETWEEN THE GRAY TRIGCERFISH 
(BAUS7ES GAPRtfCUS} AND A GUILD OF SAND DOLLARS (ENCOPE MtCHEUNi, MELLITA TENUIS, LEODIA 
SEXIESPERrORATA, CLYPEASTER SUBDEPRCSSUS) AROUND ARTI FICIAL REEFS IN THE NORTHEASTERN GULF 
OF MEXICO Proceedings of (he Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 
1991, long Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bull, Mar Set 55U-3) 1342-134.1. 1994. Abstract 
only FR 40(2) 

[Dep Fish &Aquacult,Univ Fla, Gainesville 32606] 

95-003036 Kurz, Raymond C PREDATOR-PREY INTERACTIONS BETWEEN GRAY TRICGERFISH (BALISTES 
CAPRISCUS GMELIN) AND A GUILD OF SAND DOLLARS AROUND ARTIFICIAL REEFS IN THE 
NORTHEASTERN GULF OF MEXICO. Bull Mar. Sci. 56(1 }-150 160. 1995. FR 40(2) 
[Water Manage. Dist,, SWIM Dep,, 7601 U.S Hwy. 301 N , Tampa, FL33GJ7] 

95003037 Laffcrly,K. D ECOLOGICAL IMPACTS OF HOST MODIFICATIONS. Am Zoo/ 34(5)40A 1994 
Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[Univ Calif, Santa Barbara 93106] 

95 003038 Lagueux, Cynthia J.; Karen A. Bjorndal, Alan B Bolten and Cathi L, Campbell FOOD HABITS OF 
PSEUDEMYS CONCINNA SUWANNIENSIS IN A FLORIDA SPRING / Herpelo/ 29(1) 122-126. 1995. FR 40(2) 
[Dep Wildl.& Range Sci, Univ Fla, Gainesville 32611] Opsanws beta 

95-003039 Lang, Geoffrey FOOD HABITS OF THREE CONGENERIC FLATFISHES: YELLOWFIN SOLE, 
PitURONECJES ASPER, ROCK SOLE, P. BILINEATUS, AND ALASKA PLAICE, P QUADRITUBERCUIATUS IN 
THE EASTERN BERING SEA, 1984-1988 MS. thesis, Univ Wash 1992. FR 40(2) 

95 003040 Lara, Maria Jose. FEEDING OF EELS ANCUILIA ANGUILLA (L.) IN THE NARCEA BASIN (ASTURIAS 
NW SPAIN), Report of the 1994 Session of the C/MC//CE5 Working Group on Eel, Oviedo, Spam, 26 September-] 
October 1994 Elf AC (Eur Inland Fish Advis CommJ Occas Pap No 30. p 5,16 1994. Abstract only FR 40(2] 
(C/Corvantes, 2-2 izda, 33206 Cijon, Spam tel 34 8 5354357; fax 34 8 5355049] 

95-003041 Levmgs, Colin D. FEEDING BEHAVIOUR OF IUVENILE SALMON AND SIGNIFICANCE OF 
HABITAT DURING ESTUARY AND EARLY SEA PHASE Workshop on the Postsmo/t Biology of Salmontds in 
Ranching Systems, November 10-12, 1992, Umea, Sweden To//eif fr/Asion and Torborn farvi, editots Nord I 
Freshwater Res No, 69 p 7-16. 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Fish, & Oceans West Vancouver Lab,, 4160 Marine Dr., West Vancouver, FJC, Canada V7V 1N6 
Oncorhynchifs tsJiawytscha, O ktsutch, O nerka, O gorbuscha, O, kcta, Salmo saiar, and S trulta 

95 003042 Ligthart, Mannda F , J. A, J. Nel and N. L Avenant DIET OF CAPE CLAWLESS OTTERS IN PAR1 
OF THE BREEDE RIVER SYSTEM. S Afr I Wt!dl Res 24(1/2):38-39 1994. In English with Afrikaans summ 
FR 40(2) 

[Nel: Dep Zool, Univ, Stellenbosch, Slellenbosch 7600, South Africa] 

95 003043 Lilly, George R, PREDATION BY ATLANTIC COD ON CAPELIN ON THE SOUTHERN LABRADOR 
AND NORTHEAST NEWFOUNDLAND SHELVES DURING A PERIOD OF CHANGING SPATIAL 
DISTRIBUTION Cod and Climate Change Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Reykjavik, 23-27 August 1993 
lakob lakobsson, editor Inl CouncExptor Sea Mar Sci Symp Vol. 198, p 600-611. 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Dep Fish. & Oceans, Northwest Atl Fish Cent, P,0 Box 5667, Si John's, NF, Canada A1C 5X1 1 Gadus 
morhua and Mallolus villosus in the North Atlantic Ocean 



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95003044 Lmdquisl,D C,LB Cahoon, I E Oavijo, M H Posey, S K Bolden, L A Pike, S W BurkandP 
A Cardullo REEF FISH STOMACH CONTENTS AND PREY ABUNDANCE ON REEF AND SAND SUBSTRATA 
ASSOCIATED WITH ADJACENT ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL REEFS IN ONSLOW BAY, NORTH CAROLINA 
Proceedings ot the FiSth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 199), Long 
Beach, Calitornia, USA William f Richards, editor Bull Mar So 55(2-3)308-318 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Biol So &Ccnt Mar Sci Res, Univ N.C, Wilmington 28403-3297] Equeius umbmsus, Centroprhlf 
s(r/a(a, and Sienotomus chrysops 

95-003045 Liu Zheng Wen and Zliu Song-Quan [FOOD AND FEEDING BEHAVIOR OF ICE-FISH 
(WEOSAMNX TAIHUENSIS CHEN) IN DIANCHI LAKE | Acta Zool Sin 40(3) 253-261 1994 In Chinese with 
English summ FR 40(2) 

fNanjmg Ins! Ceogr & Limnol , Acad, Sinica, Nanjing 2 1 0008, China] 

95 003046 Lohnisky, Karel and Tomas Zaplelal [DIET OF THE GRAYLING, JHYMALLUS THYMAUUS 
(LINNAEUS, 1 758), IN THE POLLUTED SEGMENTS OFTHE LABE RIVER ] Opera Corcontica Vol 31 p. 1 35-147. 
1994 In Czech with German summ, fR 40(2) 

[Muz vychodnicli Cecil, pnrodovedne oddeleni, Opletalova 334, 500 02 Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic] 

95-003047 Luriing, Julia and Hervvig Stihor INDIRECT EFFECTS OF SIZE-SELECTIVE PREDATION ON THE 
LIFE-HISTORY OF DAPHNIA HYALINA Int Ver Jheor Angew Limnol Verh 25(4)2395 1994 Abstract only. 
FR 40(2) 

(Zool Insl Univ, Seidlslr 25, 80335 Munchen, Germany] 

95-003048 Madenjian, Charles P and Steven W Cabrey WATERBIRD PREDATION ON FISH IN WESTERN 
LAKEERIE.ABIOENERCETICSMQDELAPPLICATION Condor 97(1) 141-153 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Nail Biol Surv, Great Lakes Sci Cent, Lake Erie Biol Sin, 6100 Columbus Ave, Sandusky, OH 44070] 
Stiyostedton viireum 

95 003049 McCarthy, T K and R. M Callaghan THE FOOD AND FEEDING ACTIVITY OF EEL (ANCUItLA 
ANCUILLA L ) IN AN IRISH RIVER SYSTEM Report of ike 1994 Session of the EIFAC/ICES Working Group on Eef, 
Oviedo, Spam. 26 September-! October 1994, EtFAC <ur Inland Fish Advis Comm)Qccas Pap No, 30 p. 5, 
16 1994 Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[Zool Dep, University Coll, Calvvay, Ireland tel 353 91 2441 1; tax-353 91 25700] 

95 003050 McClanahan, T R ; M Nugues and S Mwachireya FISH AND SEA URCHIN HERBIVORV AND 
COMPETITION IN KENYAN CORAL REEF LAGOONS THE ROLE OF REEF MANAGEMENT / xp Mar Biot 
Ecol 184(2)237254 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Wildl Conserv. Soc, Coral Reef Conserv Proj,PO Box 99470, Mombasa, Kenya] 

95003051 McClelland, Patricia T, ECOLOGY OF BALD EAGLES AT HUNGRY HORSE RESERVOIR, 
MONTANA, MS thesis, Univ Mont 94p 1992. FR40(2) 

Prosopium Williamson! and Caloslomus mscmcheilus 

95003052 McKelvey, L M and K FJ Forward, )r ACTIVATION OF BRINE SHRIMP NAUPLh 
PHOTORESPONSES INVOLVED IN DIEL VERTICAL MIGRATION BY CHEMICAL CUES PROM VISUAL AND 
NON-VISUAL PLANKTIVORES. Am Zool 3-1(5)-100A 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 

(Duke Univ Mar Lab r BeaufoM, NC] Brevoortia tyrannus, Lagodon rhomboides, and Fundulus hetertx.litus. 

95-003053 Mecionis, Romas and Vylaulas Jusys THE WHITE-TAILED EAGLE (HALIAEJUS ALBIOILA) AT 
KURSIU LAGOON Acta Ormthol (Lttuantca) Vol 9-10 p 138-142,1994 FR 40(2) 

IVentes Ragas OrnilJiol Stn , 5740 Kmtai, Silute Dist, Uthuama) Esox tucnts, Abramis brama, Lota tola, and 
da(a for seven other species in Lnhuama. 

95-003054 Mhaisen, Furhan T and Emad S. Abus Eis PARASITIC HELMINTHS OF EIGHT SPECIES OF 
AQUATIC BIRDS IN BABYLON FISH FARM, HILLA, IRAQ. Zool Middle East Vol, 7. p 115-119 1992 In English 
with German summ FR 40(2) 

[Dep Fish &Mar Resouir, Coll Agnc,Umv Basrah, Basrah, Iraq] 



r,., ^ oore / C C CORY ' S SHEARWATER PURSUING AND APPARENTLY CONSUMING 
FLYING FISH Br BirdsB&{}) 47. 1995 FR40(2) 

[v/v Monte War R/C, Monte Sta Luzia, 2775 Parede, Portugal] 



5 rrr^!!^i L " 1IOr ' J - CjJ A Loml) ardi and S A Talamom NOTES ON CRAB EATING FOX <DUS/CYOrV 
SEED DISPERSAL AND FOOD HABITS IN SOUTHEASTERN BRAZIL Mammalia 58(1 )! 56 1 59. 1 954 
rK 40(2) 

lUniv Fed Sao Carlos, PPG-ERN, C P 676, 13565-905, Sao Carlos, SP, Bra?il] 



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FOODS/FEEDING (Continued) 

95-003057 Molta, Philip ], Kan B CliHon, Patricia Hernandez, Bradley T Eggold, Steven D Giordano onti 
Rebecca Wilcox FEEDING RELATIONSHIPS AMONG NINE SPECIES OF SEAGRASS FISHES OF TAMPA BAY, 
FLORIDA Bull Mar Sci 56(1)185-200 1995. FR 40(2) 

[Dep Biol, Univ S Fla , Tampa 33620] Flondiclnhys caipio, Harengula jaguana, Anchoa hepsctus, 
Chtlomycterus schoepti, Fundulus similis, Eucino'Homiis gula, Arms tells, Lagodon rhomboides, antt Syngnathus 
scovdli 

95003058 Mukankomeje, R, F Laviolette and 1 P Dcscy [DIET OF THE NILE TILAPIA, OREOCIIROMIS 
NILQJICUS, IN LAKE MUHAZI (RWANDA) ] Ann Limnol 30(4) 297 312 1994, In French with English summ 
FR40(2) 

(Oescy Unite Ecol Eaux Douceb, Fac Univ Notre Dame Pa ix, Rue de BruxeUes, 61, B SOQONamur, Belgium] 

95-003059 Murphy, Michael J REPTILES AND AMPHIBIANS OF SEVEN MILE BEACH NATSONAL PARK, 
NSW Hwpeto/auna 24(2) 24-30 1994 FR40(2) 

|81 Bunberra Si , Bomaderry, NSW 2541, Australia] Camuusia aftinis and Carassms auratus in Australia, 

95-003060 Nemelh, D BEHAVIOR IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN MORPHOLOGY IN PREDICTING DIET 
OF TWO SPECIES OF HLXAGRAMMOS (TELEOSTEI SCORPAENIFORMES) Am Zool 34(5) 55A 1994. 
Abstract only FR 40(2) 

[Harvard Univ , Cambridge, MA 02 1 38] H decagrammus and H sie//er 

95-003061 Norris, Kenneth S, Bernd Wursig and Randall S, Wells AERIAL BEHAVIOR In The Hawaiian 
Spinner Dolphin Kenneths Noms,BemdW(irsig, Randall S Wells, MelanyWuivg, Shannon M Brownlce, Christine 
lohnson, and lody Solow, authors p 103-121 1994. FR 40(2) 
[Dep. Biol, Univ. Calif, Santa Cruz 950&OJ 

95003062 Norris, Kenneth S. PREDATORS, PARASITES, AND MULTISPECIES AGGREGATIONS In T/ie 
Hawaiian Spinner Dolphin Kenneth S Norns, Band Wursig, Randall S Wells, Melany Wtirsig, Shannon M 
Brownlee, Christine lohnson, and lady Solow, authors p 287-300 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Biol , Univ Calif, Santa Cruz 95060] 

95003063 Oobthuizen, ). H and Ronald W. Davies THE BIOLOGY AND ADAPTATIONS OF THE 
HIPPOPOTAMUS LEECH PMCOBDEUO/DES lAECERSKlOELDt (GLOSSIPHON1IDAE) TO ITS HOST Can. I 
Zool 72(3)-41 8 422. 1 994. In English with Trench summ, FR 40(2) 

[Davies Div. Ecol (Aqua! Ecol Res Group), Dep Biol Sci, Univ, Calgary, Calgdry, AB, Canada T2N 1N4] 
Haplochromis brews, Jiiapta mossambica, C/anas gariepwius, Barbus marequensis, Labeo cylindncus, andfutropius 
depress/robins in South Africa. 

95 003064 Otto, Christian and Anita Johansson WHY DO SOME CADDIS LARVAE IN RUNNING WATERS 
CONSTRUCT HEAVY, BULKY CASES! Anim Behsv 49(2)'473-478 1995. FR 40(2) 

[Dep Anim. Ecol , Univ Umea, S-901 87 Umea, Sweden] Coilus gobi'o and 5a/mo trna 

95 003065 Pajaro, Marcclo [CONSIDERATIONS ON MACKEREL (5COM0K IAPONICUS) FEEDING WITH 
SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON FISH EGGS AND LARVAE PREDATION ] tNIDP f/nst Nac Invest Desarrollo Pesq 
Doc Gem 2:1929. 1993. In Spanish with English summ FR 40(2) 

[Com. Invest. Cient. Prov Buenos Aires (CIC), Inst, Nac Invest, & Desarrollo Pesquero (INIDEP), cc 171,, 
(7600) Mar del Plata, Argentina] Engrau/is anchoKa and Scomber ppomcus in the southweslern Atlantic Ocean 

95003066 Palsson, Olafur K A REVIEW OF THE TROPHIC INTERACTIONS OF COD STOCKS IN THE 
NORTH ATLANTIC Cod and Climate Change Proceedings ot a Symposium Held in Roytyavik, 23 27 August 
19M lakob lakobsson, editor fni Counc Exptor SeaMar Sci Symp Vol 198 p 553-575 1994 FR40(2) 
(Mar Res Insl., Skulagata 4, PO Box 1390, 121 Reykjavik, Iceland] Gadus morhtia 

95 003067 Pedersen, Soren Anker SHRIMP TRAWL CATCHES AND STOMACH CONTENTS OF REDFISH, 
GREENLAND HALIBUT AND STARRY RAY FROM WEST GREENLAND DURING A 24 HOUR CYCLE. Polar 
Res 13{2V183-196, 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Greenland Fish Res Inst, Tagensvej 135, l.tv, DK-2200 Copenhagen N, Denmark] Roreogadus saicla, 
Remhardtius hippoglossoides, Raja radiata, Sebasles, and data for five other species 

95003068 Pernns, C M., J-D. Lebreton and G ]. M Hirons, editors BIRD POPULATION STUDIES 
RELEVANCE TO CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT. COLLECTED PAPERS OF THE FIRST 
INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ORGANIZED BY THE "STATION BIOLOGIQUE DE LA TOUR DU VALAT 1 
HELD DECEMBER 12 TO 16, 1988, AT THE STATION BIOLOCIQUEIN LESAMBUC, ARLES, FRANCE. Oxford 
Univ Press 683p 1 994. Available at $37,50 (paper) from Oxford Univ Press Business Off,, 200 1 Evans Rd , Cary, 
NC 27513, tel:800-451-7556 FR 40(2) 

(Edward Grey Inst , Univ Oxford, Dep Zool., South Parks Rd , Oxford OX1 3PS, England! 

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95-003069 Pelers,R H., E-Demers, M KoelleonclB, R MacKenzie THF ALLOMETRYOFSWIMMINGSPEEO 
AND PREDATION Inl Ver Theor Angew iimnoiVerh 25(4)23162323 1994 FR 40(2) 
|Dep Biol,McCillUniv, 1205 Ave- Docteur Penned, Montreal, PQ, Canada H3A 1B1] 

95003070 Pelerson, Douglas Lee, Jr THE DIET OF YELLOW PERCH (PERCA FL/WLSCENS) IN LAKE 
MICHIGAN, NEAR LUDINGTON MS thesis, Mich Stale Univ 79p 1994 From Masters Abstr Int 33(1)137 
1995 Order No MAU57937. FR 40(2) 

Alosa pseudoharengus, Osmerus mordax, and Coregonus hoyi, 

95 003071 PIJ anowska Joanna FISH ENHANCED PATCHINESS IN DAPHNIA DISTRIBUTION Inl Vet Theo/ 
Angew Limnol Verh 25(4)'236 2368 1994 FR40(2) 

|Dep Hydrobiol, Univ. Warsaw, NowySwial &7, PL 00 046 Warsaw, Poland] teucaspius delinealus 

95 003072 Pike, Lisa A and David G Lmdquisl FEEDING ECOLOGY OF SPOTTAIL PINFISH (DIPiODUS 
IIOLSROOKI) FROM AN ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL REEF IN ONSLOW BAY, NORTH CAROLINA, 
Proceedings ot the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November J991, Long 
Beach, California, USA William! Richards, ediior Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3)363-374 1994 FR40(2) 
|Dep Biol Sci & Cent. Mar Sci Res.Umv N.C., Wilmington 28403-3297] 

95 003073 Pnndle, Scott E SPATIAL ANDTEMPORAL TRENDS IN CONDITION AND TROPHIC ECOLOGY 
OF LAKE ERIE RAINBOW SMELT MS thesis, State Unsv NY Coll Environ Sci & Tor 52p 1994 FR 40(2) 
Osmerus mordax 

95-003074 Purceli, )&rmifer E, DavidA Nemazie, Suzanne E Dorsey, Edward D HoudeandJolinC.Ganibfe. 
PREDATION MORTALITY OF BAY ANCHOVY ANCHOA MITCHIIU EGGS AND LARVAE DUE TO 
SCYPHOMEDUSAE AND CTENOPHORES IN CHESAPEAKE BAY Mar Lcol Profj Ser 114(1&2)-47-58 199-1 
FR40(2) 

(UMCEES, Horn Point Environ Lab,,PO Box 775, Cambridge, MD 21613] 

95 003075 Purves, M. G.; H. Kruuk and ). A J Nel CRABS PQTAMONAUTES PERLATUS IN THE DIET OF 
OTTER AONYX CAPENSfS AND WATER MONGOOSE AT/MX PALUDtNOSUS IN A FRESHWATER HABITAT 
IN SOUTH AFRICA. Z Saevgetterkd 59(6)332-341. 1994. FR 40(2) 

|Dep Zool., Univ. Stellenbosch, PB X5018, Slellenbosch 7599, South Africa] T//apia spnrmnnni and 
Micropl-ertis dofomiew. 

95 003076 Ranta, E. SCHISTOCEPHALUS INFESTATION IMPROVES PREY-SIZE SELECTION BY 
THREE-SPINED STICKLEBACKS, GASTEROSTEUS ACULEATUS. 1 Fish Biol 46(1)156-158 1995 FR 40(2) 

jlntegralive Ecol Unit, Dep. Zool,, PO Box 17 (P. Raulatiekatu 13), FlN-00014, Univ Helsinki, Helsinki, 
Finland], 

95-003077 Renfrew, Donna Hubbard THE EFFECTS OF FISH DENSITY ON WADING BIRD USE OF 
SEDIMENT PONDS ON AN EAST TEXAS COAL MINE M S thesis, Tex A&M Univ 60p 1 993 FR 40(2) 
Notemigonus crysofeucas, 

95-003078 Reyes Merchant, Patricia, Hassan Taleb and Nicole Lair RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN PREDATION 
AND GROWTH RATES OF FISH FRY (RUTILUSRUTIWS) IN THE LITTORAL ZONE OF LAKE AYDAT (FRANCE) 
Int Ver Jheor Angew Limnol. Verh 25{4);2I53-21S7. 1994 FR 40(2) 

jLab.Zool Prolistol,VA CNRS 138, Hydrobiol. Eaux Douces, Univ Blaise Pascal, Clermont Ferranc), P. 
45, F-631 77 Atibiere Cedex, France) 

95 003073 Richardson, )ody and Ian Jowelt. NATIVE FISH COMMUNITIES IN LARGER RIVERS Water & 
Atmos 2(3)23-24.1994 FR 40(2) 

|PO Box U-1 15, Hamilton, New Zealand te!07856 7026; fax 07-8560151] 

95 003080 Roubach, R antt U. Saint-Paul USE OF FRUITS AND SEEDS FROM AMAZONIAN INUNDATED 
FORESTS IN FEEDING TRIALS WITH COLOSSOMA MACROPOMUM (CUVIER, 1018) (PISCES, CHARACIOAE) 
/ Appl Ichthyo! 10(2-3)'134-140. 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Zent Mar TropenoekoL, Klagenfurter Sir. CEO, D 28359 Bremen, Germany] 

95 003081 Roy, Lucie Helcne. INTRA- AND INTERSPECIFIC FOOD COMPETITION BETWEEN A NATIVI 
AMPHIBIAN,(NOTOPH7H/UMUSV WWDSCNS)ANDAN EXOTIC f\M (CARASSIUS AURAJUS) MS ttteut, 
McO//t/nwfCanadaJ94p. 1992. From MdslersAbstr. Int. 32(6):1 586. 1994. Order No MAMM875B7.FR4Q12; 

95 003082 Rulkowski, Dariusz H. IMPACT OF ROACH [RUJILUS RUTILUS) PREDATION ON ABUNDANJCI 
AND BODY SIZE OF ZEBRA MUSSEL (DREISSENA POVfMORPHA) IN MESOTROPHIC LAKE. Inl Vci ~ 
Ange\v Limnol Verh 25(4),2355 2357. 1 994. FR 40(2) 

[Dep Hydrabiol , Inst. Ecol. P.A S., Dzrekanow Lesny near Warsaw, PL-05 092 Lomianki, Poland] 

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95-003083 Sammons, Steven M., Charles G Scale! and Robert M Neumann SLASONAL AND SIZE RFLATED 
CHANCES IN THE DIET OF NORTHERN PIKE FROM A SHALLOW PRAIRIE LAKE / Freshwater teat 
9{4)-321-329 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep, Fish &Wildl Sci, School For & Wilcll Resour, VPI&SU, Blacksburg, VA 24061] fsox/uous Cypnnus 
carpio, Pomoxis, Pimephales promelas, and Stizostedion vilreum in South Dakota 

95 003084 Schubert, Alex L S MICROHABITAT SELECTION AND FEEDING IN THE SOUTHERN CAVEKISH 
(TYPHLICHJHYS SUB7ERRANEUS) Mi thesis, Untv Mo (Columbia) 157p 1993 FR -40(2) 

95003085 Spanier, Ehud and Diana E Barshaw ARTIFICIAL HABITATS FUNCTION AS PROTECTION 
AGAINST A NATURAL PREDATOR FOR COMMERCIAL SPECIES Proceedings of the Filth International 
Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 37 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA William I 
Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3) 1352 1353 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 

[Cent Maritime Studies & Dep Maritime Civilizations, Univ Haifa, Mount Carmcl, Haifa 31999, lsr.ie!| 
Batistes caro/mensis in Israel. 

95-003086 Sturlaugsson, Johannes, Vigfus Johannsson and Sigurdur 'M. Einarsson FORAGE OF 
ANADROMOUS ARCTIC CHARR (SALVCUNUS ALPtNUS L ) IN AN ESTUARY AREA IN WEST ICELAND 
Workshop on the Postsmolt Biology ot'Salmonids in Ranching Systems, November JO 12, 1992, Umea, Sweden 
Jorletf Torletf Eriksson and Torborn larvt, editors Nord I Freshwater Res. No, 69 p 96 1994 Abstract only, 
FR40(2) 

(Inst. Freshwater Fish , Reykjavik, Iceland] Gasterosteus acuieatus 

95-003087 Sturlaugsson, Johannes FOOD OF RANCHED ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO SALAK L.) 
POSTSMOLTS IN COASTAL WATERS, WEST ICELAND Workshop on the Postsmoll Biology of Salmontds in 
Ranching Systems, November JO-/2, 1992, Umea, Sweden Torleif Eriksson and Joiborn farvi, editors Nord ] 
Freshwater Res No 69. p, 43-57 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Inst. Freshwater Fish , Vagnhofda 7, 1 1 2 Reykjavik, Iceland] Casterosteus acu/eatus. 

95-003088 Sundby, Svein; Bjornar Ellertsen and Petler Possum ENCOUNTER RATES BETWEEN 
FIRST-FEEDING COD LARVAE AND THEIR PREY DURING MODERATE TO STRONG TURBULENT MIXING. 
Cod and Climate Change Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Reykjavik, 2 3-27 August 1993 fakob Jakobsson, 
editor Int Counc Explor Sea Mar Sci Symp Vol 198 p 393405.1994 FR 40(2) 

(lost Mar.Res,,Dep Mar. Environ , P O Box 1070 Nordnes, N 5024 Bergen, Norway) Cat/us mo//iua in Ihe 
Barents Sea. 

95-003089 Taleb, Hassan; Patricia Reyes Marchanl and Nicole Lair EFFECT OF VERTEBRATE PREDATION 
ON THE SPATIO-TEMPORAL DISTRIBUTION OF CLADOCERANS IN A TEMPERATE EUTROPHIC LAKE 
Hydrobiologia 294(2) 1 17-128. 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Univ Blaise Pascal, URACNRS 138, Hydrobiol, 63177 AubieCedex, France] Riitilns rutitus In France 

95-003090 Tatrai, Istvan and Alois Herzig THE IMPACT OF HABITAT STRUCTURE ON THE FEEDING 
EFFICIENCY OF CYPRINID FISH FRY Int Ver Them, Angew Limnol Verh 25(4)2159-2161 1994. FR 40(2) 
[Llmnol Res. Inst, H 8237, Tihany, Hungary] Pe/ecus cu/tralus 

95-003091 Talrai, Istvan; Eddy H, Lammcns, Andre W Breukelaar and Jan G P Klein Breleler THE IMPACT 
OF MATURE CYPRINID FISH ON THE COMPOSITION AND BIOMASS OF OENTHIC 
MACROINVERTEBRATES. Arch Hydrobiol 131(3):309-320. 1994 FR40(2) 

[Limnol Res. Inst , Tihany, Hungary] Abramis brama, Cypnnus carpio, and Perca fluviaulis. 

95003092 Toepfer, C S and J W. Fleeger DIET OF JUVENILE FISHES CUHARICUJHYS SPiLOPTERU* 
SYMPHURUSPLAGIUSA.WDGQBIONELLUSBOLEOSOMA.Bull Mar Sci 56(1)238-249 1995 FR40{2) 

[Fish & Wildl. Coop Res. Unit, 404 LSW, Okla Stale Univ., Stillwater 740781 

95003093 Tohlz, Joel E DIET AND GROWTH OF LAKE WHITEFISH (CORECONUS CLUPEAFQRMiS 
MITCHILL) AFTER THE INTRODUCTION OF MY5J5 Rt/CTA TO FLATHEAD LAKE, MONTANA M S thests,. 
Univ Mont 63p 1990. FR 40(2) 

95 003094 Uzars, D FEEDING OF COD (GADUS MORHUA CALLARIAS U) IN THC CENTRAL BALTIC IN 
RELATION TO ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES. Cod and Climate Change Proceedings of a Symposium Held in 
Reykjavik, 2 3-2 7 August 1993 Jakob lakobsson, editor, Int Counc Explor. Sea Mar. Sci Symp Vol. 198 p 61^-623. 
1994 FR40(2) 

[Latvian Fish. Res Inst,, Daugavgnvas str. 6, LV-1007 Riga, Latvia] 

95 003095 Vose, Frederic E and Walter G Nelson. GRAY TRIGGERFISH (BAUSTES CAPRISCUS GMEL1N) 
FEEDING FROM ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL SUBSTRATE IN SHALLOW ATLANTIC WATERS OF FLORIDA. 
Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long 
Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar So 55(2-3)1316-1323. 1994 FR40(2) 
[Dep. Fish. &Aquat Sci,, Univ Fla, 7922 NW. 71st Si, Gainesville 32606] 

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95-001096 Wang, Ning FOOD AND FEEDING OF YOUNG PERCH (PCRCA FLUVtATILIS I) IN LAKE 
CONSTANCE tot Ver Theor Angew Limnol Verb 25(4) 2 1 48 2 1 52. 1 994 FR 40(2) 
|Limno! Inst , Univ Constance, 78464 Konslanz, Germany) 

95 003097 Weslawskijan M , Lech Slumpmewiczand KirylGalaktionov SUMMER DIETOFSEABIRDS FROM 
THE FRANS JOSEF LAND ARCHIPELAGO, RUSSIAN ARCTIC Polar Res 13(2)173-181 1994 FR 40(2) 
|lnsl Oceanol, Polish Acad Sci, Powslancow Warszawy 55, 91-967 Sopot, Poland] Boreogaciits saida 

95003098 Wmfield, Ian J andDemseK Wmfietd FEEDING ECOLOGY Of THE DIVING DUCKS POCHARD 
(AY1HYA fERINA). TUFTED DUCK (A FULIGULA), SCAUP (A MARILA) AND GOLDENEYE (BUCEPHALA 
CMNCUM) OVERWINTERING ON LOUGH NEAGH, NORTHERN IRELAND freshwater Btol 32(3) 4b7477 
1994 FR40(2) 

|NRC Insl Freshwater Ecol,Wmdermere Lab, Far Sawrey, Ambleside, Cumbria LA22 OLP, England] Rvlilui 
s, Perca (Juwalrffs, Coregonus pof/an, and Anguilla anguilla 



95 003099 Work, Kirsten SOCKEYE FRY (ONCORHYNCHUS NERKA) PREDATION ON ZOOPLANKTON 
AND THE FACTORS THAT AFFECT SOCKEYE FRY PRODUCTION IN LAKE ALEKNAGIK, ALASKA M S iheas, 
Univ Wash 1992 FR 40(2) 

95003100 Wursig, Bernd, Randall S Welts and Kenneth S Norns FOOD AND FEEDING .In Ihe Hawaiian 
Spinner Dolphin Kenneth S Norns, Bernd Wursig, Randalls Wells, Melany Wursig, Shannon M Brownlee, Chrnttne 
lohnson, and lociy Solow, authors p. 216-231 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Mar Mamm,Tex A&M Univ., College Station 77843] Data for 33 species 

95003101 Yokohama, Shin ichi, Talsuaki Maeda and Tosliikum Nakatani. [DICT COMPOSITION OF 
HtPPOGLQSSOIDES DUBIUS AND DISTRIBUTION OF MEGALOBENTHOS IN FUNKA BAY AND ITS 
OFFSHORE WATERS, HOKKAIDO ] Nippon Suisan Cakkaishi 60(6) 719-726 1994 In Japanese with Engltsh 
summ FR40(2) 

[Abashin Fish Exp Sin, Abaihin, Hokkaido 099-31, Japan] Sarcltnops melanostictiis and Tl\cragt& 
chalcogramma in Japan 

AGE AND GROWTH 

95 003 1 02 Barnes, J Tlionws and Terry J Foreman RECENT EVIDENCE FOR THE FORMATION OF ANNUAL 
GROWTH INCREMENTS IN THE OTOLITHS OF YOUNG PACIFIC SARDINES (SARDINOPS SACAX). CaM F>& 
Game80(l)2935 1994 FR40(2) 

]Mar Resour Div, Dep Ftsh & Game, Long Beach, CA 90802] 

95 003103 8enet, Daniel D, Edwin S Iversen and Anthony C Oslrowski GROWTH RATES OF CAPTIVE 
DOLPHIN, CORYPHAENA HIPPURUS, IN HAWAII US Nstl Mar Fish Serv Fish Bull 93(1) 152-157, 1994. 
FR 40(2) 

[Rosenstiel School Mar & Atmos Sci., Div Mdr, Biol & Fish, Univ Miami, 4600 Rickenbackec Causeway, 
Miami, FL 33149] 

95-003104 Budtmawan, M DAILY GROWTH INCREMENTS AND AGE AT RECRUITMENT OF A. 
MARMORAJA GLASS EELS IN FOUR ESTUARIES, POSO (INDONESIA), TANSHUI AND SHUANG HSI 
(TAIWAN) AND HAMUTA (TAHITI) Report at (fie 1994 Session of the EIFAC/ICES Working Croup on Let, Ovicdo, 
Spam, 26 September- 1 October /99-I BFAC (EurJnland Fish Advis Comm)Occas Pap No. 30. p 3, 15 19D4. 
Abstract only FR40(2) 

95 003 1 05 Campana, Steven E , M Christina Annand and James I McMillan GRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL 
METHODS FOR DETERMINING THE CONSISTENCY OF AGE DETERMINATIONS Trans Am Fish Soc 
124(1)131 138 1995 FR 40(2} 

[Mar Fish Div , Bedford Inst Oceanogr,, P O. Box 1 006, Dartmouth, NS, Canada B2Y 4A2] Metanogtaminus 
aegletirtus 

95003106 Ciepielewski, Wladyslaw CHANGES IN THE GROWTH RATE OF BREAM AND ROACH IN 
HEATED KONIN LAKES Ecological Otsluibances in Heated Konin Lakes Ian A Szczerbowski, Tadcusz tfaciie/, 
Boguslaw Zdanowsto, and Jetty Watuga, editors Arch Pol Fish 2(2),333-344 1994. In English with Polish iiimnv 

[Ins! Rybacnva Sradladowego, ul Oczapowsktego 10, 10-957 Olsztyn-Kortowo, Poland] Abratms ferama 
and Rutilus rutilus in Polajid 

95 003107 Conand, Francois, Sekou Balta Camara and Francois Domain, AGE AND GROWTI I OF THREE 

SPECIES OF ARIIDAE(SILURIFORMES) IN COASTAL WATERS OF GUINEA Bull Mar. So 56(1)58-67. 1995, 
FR 40(2) 

|Antenne ORSTOM, BP 60, 97420 Le Port, Reunion! Anus heudeloti, A parku, and A. lattscutatus. 



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AGE AND GROWTH (Continued) 

95003108 DeMarlim, Edward E , Arthur M Barnelt, Thomas D Johnson and Richard F Ambrose GROWTH 
AND PRODUCTION ESTIMATES FOR BIOMASS-DOMINANT FISHES ON A SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 
ARTIFICIAL REEF Proceedings ol the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3 7 
November 199J, Long Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Set 55(2-3) 484-500, 1994 
FR 40(2) 

[Honolulu Lab , Southwest Fish Sci Cent,, NMFS, NOAA, 2570 Dole St , Honolulu, HI 96822-2396) Chromis 
punctipinnis, Rliacochilus vacca, Embiotoca /ac/tson;, Ha/ic/ioeres semic/nctus, f-lypsypops rubicundus, Para/abrax 
dathralus, P nebtiltlcr, and Semicossypru/s pulcher. 

95 003 1 09 Erkmaro, Jaakko and Eero Niemela GROWTH DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE ATLANTIC SALMON 
PARR, SAtMO SAMR, OF NURSERY BROOKS AND NATAL RIVERS IN THE RIVER TEND WATERCOURSE IN 
NORTHERN FINLAND Environ Biol Fishes 42(3) 277-287 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Finnish Game & Fish Res Inst, Teno River Fish Res Cent, FIN-99980, Utsjaki, Finland] 

95003110 Fechhelm, RobcrlG,, William B Griffiths, lames D, Bryan, Benny J Gallaway and WillumJ Wilson 
APPLICATION OF AN IN SITU GROWTH MODEL INFERRED INSTANCE OF INTERSPECIFIC TROPHIC 
COMPETITION BETWEEN ANADROMOUS FISHES OF PRUDHOE BAY, ALASKA Trans Am fish Soc 
124(1)5569 1995 FR 40(2) 

ILGLEcol Res, Assoc, Inc, 1410 Cavitt St, Bryan, TX 77801] Coregonus sarcimella and C nasus 

95-003111 Frier, Jens-Ole GROWTH OF ANADROMOUS AND RESIDENT BROWN TROUT WITH 
DIFFERENT LIFE HISTORIES IN A DANISH LOWLAND STREAM Workshop on the Poslsmolt Biology of 
ia/monjds in Ranching Systems, November 10 12, J 992, Umea, Sweden Jorteif Eriksson and Torbom)arvi,t?rlilon 
Notd I Freshwater Res No, 69, p 58-70 1994 FR 40(2) 

(Lab Environ. Eng, Univ, Aeilborg, Shongaardsholmsvej 57, DK-9000 Aalborg C, Denmark] Sa/mo trutta 

95 0031 1 2 Carzon-Ferreira, Jaime and Arturo Acero P. [TEST OF MARK-RECAPTURE FOR THE ESTIMATION 
OF RATE OF GROWTH IN RECF FISHES OF THE GENUS ACANTHURUS IN THE COLOMBIAN CARIBBEAN,) 
Ca/dasia 17(1)95-114. 1992 In Spanish with English summ FR 40(2) 

[Insl Invest Mar. Puma Betm (INVEMAR), Apdo 1016, Santa Marta, Colombia] A coeruJetrs J A. chtrurgus, 
and A bah/anus, 

95-003113 Golikov, Sergey Yu ; Kazumi Sakuranioto, Takeru Kilahara and Yasushi Harada. 
LENGTH-FREQUENCY ANALYSIS USING THE GENETIC ALGORITHMS, Fish So 61(1)37-42 1995 FR 40(2) 
[Far East Polytech Inst, 690014, Russian Fed,, Vladivostok, PO Box 2802, Russia] Sard/flops sagas 
ine/anost/ctus 

95-003114 Gouldie, R, W, I F Wesl and G E Caole EVALUATING OTOLITH AGL ESTIMATES FOR 
I IOPLOS7ETHUS ATL4NT/CL/S BY COMPARING PATTERNS OF CHECKS, CYCLES IN MICROINCREMENT 
WIDTH, AND CYCLES IN STRONTIUM AND CALCIUM COMPOSITION, Bull Mar So 56(1)76-102 1995 
FR40(2) 

(Inst Geophysics, School Ocean & Earth Sci & Technol , Univ Hawaii, 2525 Correa Rd , Honolulu 96822) 

95 0031 1 5 Gueraiilt, D, and Yves Desaunay BIOMETRY AND OTOLITHOMETRY OF ANGUILiA ANCUILL 
(L) GLASS EELS- TOWARDS A MODEL FOR SEASONAL VARIATION? Report of the 1994 Session of in 
EIFAC/ICES Working Group on Eel, Oviedo, Spain, 26 September-! October 1994 E/AC(iir Inland Fish Acivisi 
CommJ Occas Pap No 30 p 2, 15 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[Desaunay: IFREMER, Cent Nantes, Rue de I'lle d'Yeu-BP 1049,44037 Nantes Cedex, France tel.33403/ 
4000, fax.33 4037 4075] 

95003116 Haas,R.E andC W Recksiek AGEVERIFICATIONOFWINTERFLOUNDERIN NARRAGANSETT 
BAY, Trans Am Fish Soc 124(1)103-111.1995 FR 40(2) 

INMFS, Northeast Fish Sci Cent , 1 66 Water Si , Woods Hole, MA 02543] Pteuronectesamerjcafujs in Rliode 
Island 

95003117 Jellyman,Don.CROWTHRATESOFFRESHWATEREELS IN NEW2EALANDAND IMPLICATIONS 
FOR MANAGEMENT OF THE COMMERCIAL FISHERY Report of the 1994 Session of the EIFAC/ICES Working 
Group on Eel, Oviedo, Spam, 26 September- J October 1 994 EIFAC fEur Inland Fish AdVis Comm J Occas Pap 
No 30. p. 3, 15 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

(Nail Insl Water & Atmos , P O. Box 8602, Chrislclmrcli, New Zealand, tel &43 3486987, fax G43 3485548] 
Ang(//a auslra/is and A diett'enbachti 

95-003118 King, John Mark AGE AND GROWTH OF BLACK DRUM (POCON/AS CROMJS) FROM 
GALVESTON BAY, TEXAS MS thesis, Tex A&M Univ 36p 1992. FR 40(2) 

95 0031 1 9 Kwaramba, Rachel. AGE AND GROWTH OFTHE CREEK CHUB, SEMOTJLUS AJRQMACUIAIUS, 
UNDER DIFFERENT pH CONDITIONS MS thesis, Frostburg State Univ 1992, FR 40(2) 

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AGE AND GROWTH {ConlirtuedJ 

95 0031 20 Millon, David A ; Steven A. Short, Michael F O'Neill and Stephen ) M Blaber AGEING OF THRE 
SPECIES OF TROPICAL SNAPPER (LUTJANIDAE) FROM THE GULF OF CARPENTARIA, AUSTRALIA, USIN( 
RADIOMETRY AND OTQLITH RING COUNTS U5 Nat! Mar Fish Serv Fish Hull 93(1) 103-1 IS 1994 
PR 40(2) 

(CSIRO Div Fish, Mar Lab, I 1 O Box 120 Cleveland, Qld 5163, Australia] tul/anoj erythfopterus, J 
malabanctis, and I setae 

95-003 1 2 1 Nalanson, Lisa ) ; John G, Casey and Nancy E Kohler AGE AND GROWTH ESTIMATES FOR TH 
DUSKV SHARK, CARCHARHINUS OB5CURUS, IN THE WESTERN NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN US Nat) iWj 
Fish Serv fisJi Bull 93(1). 116 126 1991. FR 40(2) 

[Narraganselt Lab, Northeast Fish Sci Cent , NMFS, NOAA, 28 Tarzwell Dr, Narraganselt, Rt 02882-11 99 

95-003 122 Nicieza, Alfredo G , Felipe G Reyes-Gawlan and Florentmo Brana DIFFERENTIATION IN JUVENIL 
GROWTH AND BIMODALITV PATTERNS BETWEEN NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN POPULATIONS O 
ATLANTIC SALMON (S/UMO SAiAR L ), Can / Zoo/ 72(9) 1603-1610 1994 In English with French sumn 
FR 40(2) 

(Dep Biol. Organ &Si>t,Univ Oviedo, 33071 Ovieclo, Spam] 

95-003)23 Pelrakis,G anclK I Stergiou. WEIGHT-LENGTH RELATIONSHIPS FOR 33 FISH SPECIES IN CREEI 
WATERS Fish Res (Amst) 21(3-4):465-469. 1995, FR 40(2) 

[Nail Cent Mar Res,Agios Kosmas, Hellenikon, Athens 16604, Greece) 

95-001124 Poole, W R and Julian D Reynolds. GROWTH OF YELLOW EELS IN WESTERN IRELAND , 
COMPARISON BETWEEN TWO METHODS Report of the 1991 Session of t/ie EIFAC/ICES Working Croup o 
Eel, Oviedo, Spain, 26 September-) October 1994 EIFACfEur Inland Fish Advis Comm) Occas Pap No, 3C 
p 5, 16. 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 

[Reynolds Dep. Zool, Trimly Coll., Dublin 2, Ireland tel 353 I 7021366, fax-353 1 6778094] Anguill 
angvifla 

95-003125 Pfokes, Mtoblav, Petr Spumy and Jan Mares LENGTH-WEIGHT RELATIONSHIP OF YOUNi 
CARP (OfPRINUS CARPIO) IN THE COURSE OF WINTERING Folia Zool 43(3):267-27H, 1994 FR40(2) 
[Inst Landscape Ecol , Acad. Sci. Czech Republic, Kvelna 8, 603 65 Brno, Czech Republrcj 

95-003126 Ridgway, Lara L. and Francois Chapleau STUDY OF A STUNTED POPULATION OF YELLOV 
PERCH (PRC4 FIAVESCENS) IN A MONOSPECIFIC LAKE IN GATINEAU PARK, QUEBEC On / Zoo 
72<9)'1576-1582, 1994 In English with French sunim FR 40(2) 

(Ottawa-Carle ton InsL Biol , Dep Biol , Univ. Ottawa, PO Box 450, Sin A, Ottawa, ON, Canada KIN GN 3 

95-003127 Ritey,CealiaM, G. Joan Holland ConnieR Arnold GROWTH AND MORPHOLOGY OFLARVA 
AND JUVENILE CAPTIVE BRED VELLOWTAIL SNAPPER, OCYL/RL/SO/RVSL/RL'S US Natt Mar Fish Serv Fnl 
Bull 93(1):179-1S5 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Mar Sci Inst., Univ Tex Austin, P,O Box 1267, Port Aransas 78373] 

95-003128 RIM Bessa, M C THREE YEARS OF BIOMETRIC PARAMETERS OF ELVERS FROM TH 
PORTUGUESE LIZ RIVER FOR AQUACULTURE PURPOSES Report ot the 1991 Session 01 the /MC//C6 
Working Croup on Eel, Ovtedo, Spain, 26 SeplembeM October 1994 EIFAC (Eur Inland Fish Advis Comm 
Occas Pap No 30 p. 3, 15. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[Inst Portuguew Invest Marilima, Av de Brasilia, 1400 Lisbon, Portugal, tel-3511 3017361; fax,351 
301 5948) Anguitta snguilfa 

95 0031 29 Scholey, Vernon, EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE AND FOOD CONCENTRATION ON GROWT1 
AND SURVIVAL OF LATE-LARVAL AND EARLY-JUVENILE BLACK SKIPJACK, EUTHYNNUS LINEA7U1 M 3 
thesis, Univ Wash 1993. FR 40(2) 

95 0031 30 Secor, David H ; T Mark Trice and Harry T. Hornick VALIDATION Of OTOLITH-BASED AGEIKC 
AND A COMPARISON OF OTOLITH AND SCALE-BASED AGEING IN MARK-RECAPTURED CHKAPfAKI 
BAY STRIPED BASS, MORONE SAXATILiS. U.S Nail Mar Fish Serv Fish Bull 93(1)-186-190 1994. FR 40(2) 
(Chesapeake Bio! Lab, Cent Esliianne& Environ. Sci., Univ, Md Syst., P.O. Box 38, Solomons 206880038 

95 003 1 3 1 Svasand, Terje, Knu t E Jorstad and Hakon Ottera, GROWTH OF JUVENILE ARCTO NORWEGIAN 
AND NORWEGIAN COASTAL COD REARED UNDER SIMILAR CONDITIONS (ABSTRACT) Cod and Climalt 
Change Proceedings of a Symposium Held m Reykjavik, 23-27 August 1993 lakob fakobsson, editor Int Counc 
Explor Sea Mat. Set Symp Vol 1 98 p 624-625. 1 994. FR 40(2) 

[Inst. Mar Res, Div Aquacult , P O. Box 1 870 Nordnes, N-5024 Bergen, Norway] Cactus mor/iua in the NortJ 
Atlantic Ocean 

95-003132 Vecht, Sharon. GROWTH RATES OF TRIPLOID GRASS CARP (CTENOPHARYNCODON IOEUA 
IN FOUR WASHINGTON LAKES MS. thesis, Univ Wash 1992 FR40{2) 

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95 003 1 33 Wilkonska, Halma and (aroslaw Zelepten CHARACTERISTICS OF CHUB {LEUCI5CU5 CEf'HALUS 
I } FRY IN HEATED KONIN LAKES, Cco/oy/ca/ Disturbances in I tailed Konm Lake* Ian A Szczcrbowski, Tadeusz 
Backtel, BoguslawZdanowski, and lerzyWaluga, editors Arch Pol Tish 2(2)321-332 199-1 In English wuh Polisli 
summ I-R 40(2) 

[Inst Rybaclwa Srodladowego, ill Oczapowskiego 10, 10-95/ Olszlyn Korlowo, Poland] 

95-003134 Williams, T P AGEING MANUAL FOR KUWAITI FISH Kuwait Inst Sci Res KISR19l557p 1986 
In English with Arabic summ FR 40{2) 

95 003135 Wustemann, Otfned and Uernd Kammerad (GROWTH OF THC DACE OR HASEL (LEUCISCUS 
LEUCISCUS) IN SELECTED WATERS OF THE EASTERN HARZ MOUNTAINS AND THE EASTERN HARZ 
MOUNTAINS FOOTHILLS (FEDERAL LANDS OF THE SAXONY BORDER AND THURINGlA) ] Oesterr. Fisch 
47(11/12)262-285 1994 In German FR 40(2) 
|FoersIerei, D-38875 Sorge, Germany] 

GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION, FISH SURVEYS, ETC 

95 0031 36 Adlandwik, Bjorn and Svein Sundby, MODELl ING THE TRANSPORT OF COD LARVAE FROM 
THE LOFOTEN AREA Cod and Climate Change Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Reykjavik, 23 27 August 

1993 lakob lakobsson, editor tnt Counc Explor Sea Mar Sci Symp Vol 190 p 379-392 1994. FR 40(2} 
[Insl Mar, Res, PO Box 1870 Nordnes, N-5024 Bergcn, Norway] Cadus morhua in the [iarenlsSea 

95003137 Almodovar, Ana and Benigno Elvira FURTHER DATA ON THE FISH FAUNA CATALOGUE OF 
THENATURALPARK OF RUIDERA LAKES (GUADIANARIVERBASIN,CENTRALSPAIN)Jnt Ver Tfieor Angew 
hmnol Verh 25(4)'2173-2177. 1994. FR40(2) 

[Dep. Ecol, Agnc Res Serv, Autonomous Community Madrid, El Encm,P.O. Box 127, E-28800 Alcala de 
Henares, Spain] Data for 1 6 species. 

95-003138 Anderson, Sydney AREA AND ENDEMISM. Q Rev Bio! 69(4)451-471 1991 FR 40(2) 
[Dep Mammals, Am. Mm Nat, Hisl., New York, NY 10024-5192] 

95003139 Anilines, ]. Carlos and F-W Tesch ECL LARVAE (ANGUILLA ANGUILLA L} CAUGHT BY R. B 
HE1NCKE" AT THE EUROPEAN CONTINENTAL SLOPE IN THE AUTUMN OF 1 99 1 Report of the J994 Session 
of the EirAC/tCS Working Group on Eel, Oviedo, Spain, 2 fi September- J October 1994 EIFACfEut Inland Fish 
Advis Comm) Occas Pap No 30. p, 2, 15. 1994 Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[Inst Cienc Biomed , Univ Porto, Lg Prof Abel Salazar, 2, 4000 Porto, Portugal fax 35 1 2 2001 9 1 B] 

95 003140 Armitage, David IN SEARCH OF ANABANTJD FISH - MY JOURNEYS THROUGH THE EASTERN 
CAPE Nalura/islfS.-A/rJ 37(3} 3-7 1993 FR 40{2) 

[2 Close End, Hedgerley, Bucks SL3XY, England! Sandelia bainsii, S capemis, and Barbus afenn South Africa. 

95003141 Bart, Henry L, Jr; Michael S Taylor; Jeffrey T. Harbaugh, James W Evans; Steven L- Schlesger and 
Wayne Clark NEW DISTRIBUTION RECORDS OF GULI- SLOPE DRAINAGE FISHES IN THE OCMULGEE RIVEP 
SYSTEM, GEORGIA, Southeast Fishes Counc. Proc. No 30. p 4 10. 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Tulane Univ, Mus Nat, Hist, Belle Chasse, LA 70037] Notropis buccatus, N lexanus, N longirostr. 
Cypnnella venusta cercosl/gma, Lythrurus atrap/culus, Lepomis rnega/otis, and Pylodictis olivans 

95 0031 42 Barus, Vlastimil, Evzen Wohlgemuth and Milan Penaz. CHECKLIST, TAXONOM1CAL NOTES AND 
BIOGEOGRAPHYOF FRESHWATER FISHES FROM ISLA DE LAJUVENTUD (CUBA). Folia Zoo/ 43(2) 177-1 87 

1994 FR40{2) 

[Inst Landscape Ecol,, Acad. Sci Czech Republic, Kvetna 8, 603 65 Brno, Czech Republic] Data (or 16 
species. 

95-003143 Barus, Vlaslimil and Miroslav Prokes FIRSTREPORTOFTHEGOLDEN ROACH (RUJILUS RUTILUS 
ABERR LRYTHKINA) IN THE RIVER OSLAVA (CZECH REPUBLIC) FolraZool 43(3), 188-190. 1994 FR40(2) 
[Inst. Landscape Ecol , Acad. Sci. Czech Republic, Kvetna 8, 603 65 Brno, Czech Republic] 

95-003144 Bennemann, Sirlei Terezinha, Angela Teresa Silva-Souza and Gecely Rodrigues Alves RocJUa 

IICHTHYOFAUNISTIC COMPOSITION IN FIVE LOCALITIES OF THE RIO TIBAGI BASIN PR, BRAZIL] 

Jniercienoa 20(1 ) 7-1 3, 56-50 1 995. In Spanish with English and Portuguese summ FR 40(2) 

[Dep Biol. Anim & Vegetal - CCB Univ. Estadual Londnna, Caixa Postal 6001, CEP-86051-970-Londnna, 
Parana, Brazil) Data for 53 species 

95 00314S Bivens, Rick Dwam. HISTORY AND DISTRIBUTION OF BROOK TROUT IN THE APPALACHIAN 
REGION OF TENNESSEE. M.S thesis, Univ Term 408p, 1964. FR 40(2) 
Salvelmus fonttnalis. 

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95003146 Boynlon, Allan C WILDLIFE USE OF SOUTHERN APPALACHIAN WETLANDS IN NORTH 
CAROLINA Wetlands of the Inter/or Southeastern United Slates Proceedings ol the Southern Appalachian Alan 
and (he Biosphere (SAMAB) Conference on Wetland Ecology, Management, and Conservation, Knoxvu'/P, 
Tennessee, 23-30 September f993 Carl C Jrettin, W Michael Aust, and loe Wismewski, co editors Water /W Sof 
Pollut 77(34)349-358 1994, FR 40(2) 

[Wildl Resour Comm, 209 Ervin Rd, Morgantowrt, NC 28655] Data for 21 species 

95003147 Brazner, John C, and John J Magnuson PATTERNS OF FISH SPECIES RICHNESS AND 
ABUNDANCE IN COASTAL MARSHES AND OTHER NEARSHORE HABITATS IN GREEN BAY, IAKE 
MICHIGAN Int Ver T/ieoj- Angew Umnot Verh 25(4) 2098 2IU4 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Cenl Limnol.Univ Wis, Madison 53706] Data for 54 species 

95003148 Brichard, Pierre. FISHES OF LAKE TANGANYIKA TFH Publjnc 448p 1978 FR 40(2) 

95 0031 49 Brogan, Michael W DISTRIBUTION AND RETENTION OF LARVAL FISHES NEAR REEFS IN THE 
GULF OF CALIFORNIA Mar fco/ Prog Ser 115(1&2}1-13 1994 FR 40(2) 
[School Fish HF-15, Univ Wash , Seattle 98195] Data for 16 families 

95-003150 Bulger, Arthur J , Bruce P. Hayden, M Geraldme McCormick-Ray, Mark E Monaco and David M 
Nelson A PROPOSED ESTU ARINE CLASSIFICATION ANALYSIS OF SPECIES SALINITY RANGES, NOAA fNstT 
Oceanic Almos Admin ) ELMR (Estuarine Living Mar Resour ) Rep No, 5. 28p 1990 FR 40(2) 

95-003151 Clay, William M THE FISHES OF KENTUCKY Ky Dep Ftsh&Wiidl Resour 416p 1975 FR 4Q(2> 
Data for 201 species 

95003152 Cumaranatunga, P R T, A S K Ranawickrama, H Wickstrom and C V S Vilhann&o 
DISTRIBUTION AND RECRUITMENT OF ANGUILLA, BICOLOR AND ANCUILLA NEBULOSA IN THE RIVR 
SYSTEMS OF SOUTHERN SRI LANKA Report of the 1994 Session of the EIFAC/ICES Working Croup on Ed, 
Oviec/o, Spam. 26 September 1 October 1 994 EIFAC (fur Inland Fish Advis Comm ) Occas Pap No 30 p. -1, 
16 1994. Abstract only TR 40(2) 

|Dep Fish. Biol , Univ Ruhuna, Wellamadama, Malara, Sri Lanka lel-9441 2681, ext 451 1, fax 9-l'M 

95-003153 Douglas, Neil H FRESHWATER FISHES OF LOUISIANA Claitor's Publishing Div (Baton 
MJ443p 1974 FR 40(2) 
Dalafor 148 species. 

95003154 Eisner, Wendy R , Torbjorn E Tornqvisl, Eduard A Koster, Ole Bennike and Jacqueline- F N van 
ieeuwen PALEOECOLOGICAL STUDIES OF A HOLOCENE LACUSTRINE RECORD FROM THE 
KANGERLUSSUAQ (SONDRE STROMFJORD) REGION OF WEST GREENLAND, QuaJ Res 
43(1)55-66 1995 FR40(2) 

[Byrd Polar Res Cenl, Ohio State Univ, 1090Carniack Rd, Columbus 43210] Caslerosteus a 

95003155 flrfra.B NATIVE AND EXOTIC FRESHWATER FISHES IN SPANISH RIVER BASINS 
33(1)103-108.1995 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Anim Biol I, Fac Biol , Univ. Madrid, 28040 Madrid, Spamj Data for 51 species. 



95003156 Fmley.Lee NOTES ON SOME PERUVIAN CATFISHES Trop fis/i Hobbyist 43(5)- 1 14 122 1W5. 
FR40(2) ' xi 

95003157 Fm1ey,Lee NOTESON SOME PERUVIAN CATFISHES (PART 2) Trop Fish Hobbyist 4t(f>) MO 148 
1995 FR40(2) 

95003158 Gaudzinski, Sabme WALLERTHEIM REVISITED A RE-ANALYSIS OF THE FAUNA FROM THE 
MIDDLE PALAEOLITHIC SITE OF WALLtRTHEIM (RHEINHESSEN/GCRMANY) / Archaeol So. 22(1} 51-66. 
1995 FR40(2) 

[Forschungsbereich AltstcinzeH, Roemish Germanisches Zenlralmus , Sdiloss Monrepos, 565G7 Nuuwfcd, 
Germany] Esox 

95 003159 Gillespie, Graham E and Mark W Saunders FIRSTVERIFIED RECORD OFTHESHORTflN MAKO 
SHARK, ISURUS OXYRHINCHUS, AND SECOND RECORDS OR RANGE EXTENSIONS FOR THREE 
ADDITIONAL SPECIES, FROM BRITISH COLUMBIA WATERS Can fieWNat 108(3}-347-350 1994 fR 40(2) 
[Dep Fish & Oceans, Biol Sci Branch, Pac Biol Stn , Nanaimo, BC, Canada V9R 5K6] Opostonifoi mttuiit, 
AllQcyUus tollctti, and Sehastes vanegatus 



,v, l , Lentsch and Kevin R Bestgen COLLECTION OFACEORAZORBAC K 

SUCKERS (XYRAUCHEN KXANUS) IN THE LOWER GREEN RIVER, UTAH Southwest Nut 39(4} 359-39 I 1 ')04. 

[Div Wildl Resour, Native Wildl Sect., 1596W North Temple.Salt LakeCity, UT 841 16] Data forsix olhor 
species 



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95-003161 Haroun, R ), M Gomez, ) ) Hernandez, R Herrcr,i, D Monlero, T Moreno, A Portillo, M E 
Torres and E Soler ENVIRONMENTAL DESCRIPTION OF AN ARTIFICIAL REEK SITE IN GRAN CAMARIA 
(CANARY ISLANDS, SPAIN) PRIOR TO REEF PLACEMENT Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on 
Arjuatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 1 99 1, Lang Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bu/J 
Mar So 55(2-3)932-938 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Fac Cienc Mar, Univ Las Palmas, 35017 Las Palmas de Gran Canana, Spain) Data for 34 species 

95-003162 Hentli, M , P Rankine and L Cargill DISTRIBUTION OF COD AND HADDOCK EGGS IN THE 
NORTH SEA IN 1992 IN RELATION TO OCCANOGRAPHIC FEATURES AND COMPARED WITH 
DISTRIBUTIONS IN 1952-1957 (ABSTRACT). Cod and Climate Change Proceedings ol a Symposium Held m 
Reykjavik, 23 27 August 1 993, Jakob /a/cobsson, editor Int Counc Explor Sea Mar Sci Symp Vol 1 93 p. 436 439 
1994 FR40(2) 

[SOAFD Mar Lab, PO Box 101, Victoria Rd, Aberdeen AB9 8DB, Scotland! Gat/us morhua and 
Me/anogrammus 



95-0031 63 Heessen, Henk and Niels Daan, COD DISTRIBUTION AND TEMPERATURE IN THE NORTH SEA 
Cod and C/imale Change Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Reykjavik, 23-27 August 1993 lakob lakobsson, 
editor Int Counc Explor Sen Mar Set Symp Vot 198 p 24-1-253 1994 FR 40(2) 

(Netherlands Inst. Fish. Res , P O Box 68, 1 970 AB IJmuiden, Netherlands! Cadus morhua 

95003164 Hegedis,A;B.Mickovic;M Nikcevic;! DamianovrcandR K.Andjus ASURVEYOFEEl HABITATS 
IN INLAND WATERS ALONG THE SOUTH ADRIATIC COAST Report of the 1994 Session of the EIFAC/ICES 
Working Croup on Eel, Oviedo, Spam, 26 September-] October 1 994 IFAC(Lur Inland fish Advis ComrnJ 
Occas Pap No 30 p 5, 16 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 
Anguitla anguiWa 

95-003165 Helle, Knslin DISTRIBUTION OF EARLY JUVENILE ARCTO NORWEGIAN COD (CADUS 
MORHUS L) IN RELATION TO FOOD ABUNDANCE AND WATERMASS PROPERTIES Cod and Climate 
Change Proceedings of a Symposium f-/e/d in Reykjavik, 23 27 August 1993 Jakob fakobsson, editor hit Counc 
Exp/or Sea Mar Sci Symp Vol. 198. p 440-448. 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Fish & Mar Biol., Univ Bergen, High Teclinol Cent, 5020 Bergen, Norway] 

95003166 Hernandez-Vazquez, Sergio. DISTRIBUTION OF EGGS AND LARVAE FROM SARDINE AND 
ANCHOVY OFF CALIFORNIA AND BA)A CALIFORNIA, 1951-1989 Calif Coop OceamcFish Invest Rep Vol. 
35 p 94-107. 1994, In English with Spanish summ FR40(2) 

[Cent Invest Biol. Noroesle, S C , Km. 1 Carr San Juan La Costa "El Conntan," Apdo Postal 1 28, La Pnz, 
B C.S, 23000, Mexico] Sardmops sagax and Cngrau/is morc/ax, 

95 0031 67 Hoagstrom, Christopher William RELATIVE ABUNDANCE AND NICHE PARTITIONING IN THE 
FISH COMMUNITY OF THE PECOS RIVER, PECOS COUNTY, TEXAS MS thesis, Sut Ross Slate Univ, 157f 
1994 From Masters Abstr Int 32(6)1584 1994 OrderNo MA1357229 FR40(2) 

95003168 Home, John K, SPATIAL VARIANCE OF CAPELIN (MALLOTUS VILLOSUS) IN COASTA 
NEWFOUNDLAND WATERS Report ol the Canada-USSR Capefm Symposium, Tfie Biology of Cape/in in tlv 
Northvvesl At/antic," St John's, Newfoundland, Canada, 2729 November 1990 I Carsait/den, editor 
Northwest Atl Fish Sci Vol. 17 p 33-43 1994. FR 40(2) 

(Ocean Sci, Cent, & Dcp Biol , Memorial Univ. Newfoundland, St John's, NF, Canada A1 C 5S7) 

95-003169 Jurajda, Pavel and Igor Pavlov THE FIRST RECORD OF VOLGA PIKE-PERCH (5TIZOSTED/' 
VOLGENSE) IN THE DYJE RIVER FottaZool 42(4)-383-384 1993. FR 40(2) 
(Inst. Landscape Ecol , Acad Sci , Kvetna 8, 603 65 Brno, Czech Republic) 

95-0031 70 Jurajda, Pavel, Milan Gelnar and Bozena Koubkova, OCCURRENCE OF 2INGEL (Z/NCCL Z/NCEL) 
IN THE RIVER MORAVA WITH NOTES ON ITS PARASITES FoliaZool 43(1)93-96.1994 FR 40(2) 
(Inst Landscape Ecol , Acad Sci. Czech. Republic, Kvelna 8, 603 65 Brno, Czech Republic] 

95003171 Kenney, D R AN EVALUATION OF FACTORS INFLUENCING SALMONID HABITATION IN 
IDAHO MID ELEVATION HEADWATER STREAMS. M S thesis, Frostburg State Univ 1 994. FR 40(2) 

95-0031 72 Kessler, Doyne W.ALASKA'S SALTWATER FISHES AND OTHER SEA LIFE. AFIELD GUIDE /\/a^n 
Northwest Publishing Co (Anchorage) 358p 1985 FR 40(2) 
Date for 127 species. 

95-0031 73 Kim, Jm-Yeong; Joo-11 Kim and Gwang-Ho Choi, (COMPARISONS OF EGG DISTRIBUTION AND 
MORTALITY RATE BETWEEN ANCHOVY AND SARDINE DURING SPRING IN THE SOUTHERN WATERS Ol 
KOREA.j Bull Korean Fish, Soc 27(3)299-305,1994 In Korean with English summ FR 40(2) 

[Coastal & Offshore Fish Resour, Div., Nail Fish Res. & Dev. Agency Yangsan, Kyungnam 626-900, Korea) 
Engraulis fapomcus and Sardmops sagax me/an osticlus. 

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GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION, FISH SURVEYS, ETC (Continued) 

95-00317-1 Kontngs,Ad THE QUEST FOR THE RED ZEBRA Trap Fish Hobbyist 43(6) 82<J 1995, FR -10(2) 
Mefanochromis /ohanni, Pseudottophcus socololi, Aufonocara hansbnenschi, and Copsdicbromis borlcyi in 
La^e Malawi 

95003175 Kruglov, Mikhail THE BLACK SEA ICHTHYOFAUNA COMPOSITION AND CONTEMPORARY 
CONDITION Proceedings of (he fifth International Conterence on AquaiicHabital Enhancement, 3-7 Novemb& 
1991, long Beach, Cafttomra, USA William I Richards, editor. Bull Mar So 55(23)1342 1994 Abstractor^ 
FR 40(2) 

|lnsl.Biol Soulh Seas, Lab "Ecol of Fish," 2 Ncikhimov St , Sevastopol 33500, Ukraine] Data for J9specie.5- 

95003176 Kuiter.RudieH COASTAL FISHES OF SOUTH EASTERN AUSTRALIA Univ Hawaii Press (469pl 
1993 Available at $85 00 (cloth) from Univ Hawaii Press, 2840 Kolowalu St, Honolulu 96822 FR 40(2) 

95003177 Kulbicki, Michel, John E Randall and Jacques Rivaton CHECKLIST OF THE FISHES OF THE 
CHESTERFIELD ISLANDS (CORAL SEA) Micronestca 27(1/2) 1-43. 1994 FR 40(2} 

[ORSTOM, BP AS, Noumea, New Caledonia] Dala for 790 species 

95003170 La Rivers, Ira FISHES AND FISHERIES OF NEVADA Univ Mev Press ]800p ] 1994. Available ai 
$4500 (cloth) from Untv, Nev Press, Reno 89557-0076 tel 702-784-6573; fax.702-784 6200 Originally 
published 1962 by Game & Fish Comm, Reno, NV, new chapter on current nomenclature and conservalion 
status by Craig A Stockwell FR40[2) 
Dala for 111 species 

95-003179 Lambert, Derek BEAUTIFUL BLUE-EYES Trap fish Hobbyist 43(8) 195-199 1995 FR40[2) 
Pfiapef/a compressa, P intermedia, P o/mccae, P bonus, and data for five oilier species in Mexico. 

95-003180 Larson, Ralph ); William H. Lenarz and Stephen Ralston. THE DISTRIBUTION OF PELAGIC 
JUVENILE ROCKFISH OF THE GENUS SEMS7ES IN THE UPWELLING REGION OFF CENTRAL CALIFORNIA. 
Ca Iff Coop Oceanrcfjsh Invest Rep No 35. p, 175221 1994 In English with Spanish summ FR 40(2} 
|Dep Biol, San Francisco State Univ, San Francisco, CA 94132] Data for 16 species 

95 0031 31 Lemer, Srecko and Mela Povz [FRESHWATER FISHES OF THE ISTRIAN PENINSULA ] tchlhyot 
No 12.p 23-33 1993 In Seibo Croatian with English summ FR40(2) 

(Hrvalski prirodoslovni muzej Zagreb, Demetrova 1, 41 000 Zagreb, Croatia] Data for 13 species in Croalia. 

95 003 1 82 Lough, R G , W G Smith, F E Werner, ) W Loder, F H Page; C G Hannah; C E Narmte; R I 
Perry, M Sinclair and D R Lynch, INFLUENCE OF WIND-DRIVEN ADVECTION ON INTERANNUAL 
VARIABILITY IN COD EGG AND LARVAL DISTRIBUTIONS ON GEORGES BANK- 1982 vs 1985 Colt ana 
Climate Change Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Reyk/avik, 23 27 August 1993 lakob lakobsson, editor tnt 
Counc. Exphr. Sea Mar So Symp.Vo\ 198 p. 356-378. 1994 FR 40(2) 

[NMFS, Northeast Fish Sci Cent , Woods Hole, MA 02543] Gadusmorhua 

95003183 Malion, Robin and Susan D Mahon STRUCTURE AND RESILIENCE OF A TIDEPOOL FISH 
ASSEMBLAGE AT BARBADOS, Environ Biol Fishes 41 (1-4)-1 71-1 90 1994. FR 40(2) 
[Fish. Environ Consult , 48 Sunset Crest, St James, Barbados] Data for 63 species 

95 0031B4 Matsuura, Yasunobu and Roger Hewjtl CHANGES IN THE SPATIAL PATCHINESS OF PACIFIC 
MACKEREL, SCOMBER fAPONlCUS, LARVAE WITH INCREASING AGE AND SIZE, US. Natl Mai fish. Sen 
Fish Bull 93(1)172-178 1994 FR40(2) 

[Insl Oceanogr. Univ Sao Paulo, Cidade Univetsitana, Butantan, Sao Paulo 05508, Brazil] 

95-003185 Menm, Roberto C and Sergio E Gomez ON THE HABITAT AND ISOLATION Ol 
GYMNOCHARACINUS 8ZRC1 (OSTEICHTHYES CHARACIDAE) Environ, Bio! Fishes 42(1) 15 23. 1935 
FR40(2) 

|Mus La Plata, Paseo Bosque s/n, 1 900, la Plata, Argentina] 

95003186 Mirza.M R ANOTEONTHE FISHES OFTHE RIVER HINGOL, PAKISTAN Pak / Zoo! 2&[2) 181 
1994 FR40(2) 

[Dep Zoo!, G<w Coll, Lahore, Pakistan] Aspidopana motor, Crossocheilus diptochettus. Tor putilora 
Cyprimon milesi, C mictophihalmus, and C wafsom 

95003187 Mirza.M R,M N Javed and M Tanq A NOTE ON THE FISH FAUNA OF THE RIVER ZHO8 
PAKISTAN Pak 1 Zoo! 26(3) 189. 1994. FR 40{2) 

[Dep. Zool , Gov Coll , Lahore, Pakistan] Data for 1 9 species 

95 003188 Moreno Arnich, R, A. Vila, D Boix and E Carcta-Berthou. SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF NATIVI 
AND INTRODUCED FISH OF BANYOLES LAKE, /nl Ver T/ieor Angew Limnol Verh 25(4V2 1 79 1994 Ahstrac 
only. FR40(2) 

Jlnst Ecol Aquat. & Unitid Ecol , Univ Ciroiia, E-1 7071 Girona, Spam] Data for 1 2 species in Spain 



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GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION, FISH SURVEYS, ETC (Continued) 

95 003169 Olis, Edward (Ted) Osgood IV DISTRIBUTION, ABUNDANCE, AND COMPOSITION OF FISHES 
IN BRIGHT ANGEL AND KANAB CREEKS, GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK, ARIZONA M S tliesii, Umv 
Ariz 19Gp 1994 From Masters Abstr Int 32(6} 1576, 1994 Order No MA1357295 FR 40(2) 
Qncorhynctms mykiss, ia/mo trutfa, Rhinichlhys oscitlus, Cfliosto/nus discobolus, and C lalipmnis 

95-003 1 90 Paulm, Chris and Clive Roberts THE ROCKPQOL FISHES OF NEW ZEALAND T IKA MRIA O 
AOJHEAROA. Mus New Zealand Te Papa Tongareiva [221 p] 1992 In English with Maori siimm Available- al 
$45 00 (cloth) from Fish Seel., Mus Now Zealand, P O Box 467, Wellington, New Zealand. FR 40(2) 

[Fish Sect, Mus New Zealand, P O Box 467, Wellington, Now Zealand tel +64-4-385 9609, fax +64-4-384 
6035, email-chrisp 

nz] 

95003191 Paulovits, C,, I Tatrai; P Biro, M, Perenyi and Gy Lakatos FISH STOCK STRUCTURE IN THE 
LITTORAL ZONE OF LAKE BALATON Int Ver Theor. Angevv Limnol Verfi 25(4)2162-2163 1994 FR40(2) 
[Balaton Limnol Res Inst , Hungarian Acad, Sci , H 8237 Tihany, Hungary) Data for 23 species in Hungary. 

95-0031 92 Penaz, Milan and Pavel jurajda FISH ASSEMBLAGES OFTHE MORAVA RIVER LONGITUDINAL 
ZONATION AND PROTECTION Folia Zool 42(4) 317-328 1993 FR 40(2) 

|lnst Landscape Ecol., Acad. Sci,, Kvetna 8, 603 65 Brno, Czech Republic] Dala for 68 species in the Czech 
Republic 

95 003193 Pender, Michael J EFFECTS OF WATER CHEMISTRY, PHYSICAL HABITAT, AND WATERSHED 
CHARACTERISTICS ON CYPRINID PRESENCE AND DISTRIBUTION IN WESTERN MARYLAND. MS l/JCsis, 
rfostbufg State Umv. 1 991 FR 40(2) 

95 0031 94 Piotrowski, Wieslaw, |L1ST OF THE FAUNA OF POLESKI NATIONAL PARK ) Parki Nar Rez Przyr, 
13(1);47-61 1994 In Polish with English summ FR40(2) 

[Poleski Park Narodowy, ill Chelniska 7, 22-234 Urszulm, Poland) Dala for nine species in Poland 

95003195 Poff, N. LeRoy and J David Allan FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZATION OF STREAM FISH 
ASSEMBLAGES IN RELATION TO HYDROLOGICAL VARIABILITY co/og/76(2)-606 627 1995. FR 40(2) 
|Dep. Zool , Univ. Md , College Park 20742| 

95 0031 96 Povz, Meta [FRESHWATER FISHES OF THE DRAVA AND THE MURA RIVER BASIN, SLOVENIA.] 
tchthyos No. 1 2. p. 60 1 993. Slovac and English abstracts only FR 40(2) 
[Zavod ribtstvo, 61000 Ljubljana, Zupanciceva, Slovenia] 

95-003197 Povz, Mela [RED LIST OF FRESHWATER FISHES OF THE MURA RIVER BASIN IN SLOVENIA] 
tchthyos No. 12. p. 56-57 1 993. Slovac and English abstracts only FR 40(2) 

|Zavod nbistvo, 61 000 Ljubljana, Zupanciceva, Slovenia) Umbra kramert and data for 43 other species 

95003198 Randall, John E. TWENTY-TWO NEW RECORDS OF FISHES FROM THE RED SEA Fauna Saudi 
Arabia Vol. 14 p 259-275 1994, In English with Arabic summ FR 40(2) 

[Bernice P. Bishop Mus, PO. Box 19000-A, Honolulu, HI 9681 7| Data for 22 species 

95-003199 Randall, John E; Nigel Downing, Linda J McCarthy; Brock E Stanaland and A Bradley Tarr. 
FIFTY-ONE NEW RECORDS OF FISHES FROM THE ARABIAN GULF fauna Saudi Arabia Vol 14 p 220 258 
1994 In English wrlh Arabic summ FR 40(2) 

[Bernice P Bishop Mus, P.O Box 19000-A, Honolulu, HI 9681 7\ Data for 51 species 

95 003200 Reitz, Elizabeth J. ARCHAEOLOGY OF TRANTS, MONTSERRAT PART 2. VERTEBRATE FAUNA 
Ann Cameg/e Mus. 63(4) 297-31 7 1994 PR 40(2) 

(Mus. Nat Hist, Nat Hist Bldg, Umv. Ga., Athens 30602-1882] Data for 15 species 

95-003201 Rister, Paul W INVENTORY AND CLASSIFICATION OF STREAMS IN THE LOWER 
CUMBERLAND RIVER AND TENNESSEE RIVER DRAINAGES Ky Dep Fish Witdl Resour Fish Bull No, 92 
211p 1994. FR 40(2) 

Data for 1 13 species in Kentucky. 

95-003202 Rodriguez-Romero, Jesus; Leonardo Andres Abilia-Cardonas, Felipe Calvan Magana and 
Humberlo Chavez-Ramos. COMPOSITION, ABUNDANCE AND SPECIFIC RICHNESS OF FISHES TROM 
CONCEPCION BAY, BAJA CALIFORNIA SUR, MEXICO. Gene Mar 20(3)321-350 1994, In Spanish and 
English. FR 40(2} 

[Cenl. Invest Biol. Noroeste, S.C,Km 1, carretera a San Juan de la Costa, El Comitan, Apdo postal 128, La 
Paz, B.C S. 23000, Mexico] Dala for 59 species. 

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GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION, FISH SURVEYS, ETC. (Continued) 

95 003203 Ropke, Andreas and Christine Freitas EFFECTS OF SMALL-SCALE HYDROGRAPHICAL CHANGE 
ON THE OCCURRENCE OF LARVAL INDIAN OIL-SARDINE (SARDINELLA LONOCr-PS) AT THE COAST OF 
OMAN (ARABIAN SEA) Butt Mar Set 56(1)211-221 1995 FR40(2) 

|Roseiw1iPl School Mar & Atmos Sci , Div Mar Biol & Fish, Univ Miami, 4600 Rickcnbacker Causeway, 
Miami, FL 33149-1098] 

95-003204 Rose, G A , 6 A Atkinson; | Baird, C A Bishop and D W Kulka CHANGES IN DISTRIBUTION 
OF ATLANTIC COD AND THERMAL VARIATIONS IN NEWFOUNDLAND WATERS, 1980-1992 Cod and 
Climate Change Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Reykjavik, 23-27 August 1993 lakob lahobsson, editor Inl 
Counc E\p!or Sea Mar. Sci Symp Vol 198 p 542-552 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Fish & Oceans, Sci Branch, Groundfish Div , Si |ohn's,NF,Canada A1C5Xl]Cadi/smar/iua in Canada 

95 003205 Salmmen, Main, Sakari Kuikka and Esa trkamo DIVERGENCE IN THE FEEDING MIGRATION OF 
BALTIC SALMON (SALMO SALAR I } THE SIGNIFICANCE OF SMOLT SIZE Workshop on the Poslsmolt Biology 
o! Salrnonicls in Ranching Systems, November 10-12, 799->, Umea, Sweden Torlcil Eriksson and Jorborn }ar\t, 
editors Nord j Freshwater Res No, 69 p 32-42. 1994 FR40(2} 

[Finnish Game & Fish Res Insl.hsh Div,PO Box 202, F-001S1 Helsinki, Finland] 

95003206 Schneider, Davtd C DISTRIBUTION OF CAPELIN (MALLOTUS V1LLOSUS) IN RELATION TO 
COASTAL UPWELLING IN THE AVALON CHANNEL Report ol the Canada USSR Cape/in Symposium, Ihs 
Biology of Capelin in the Northwest Atlantic," St John's, Newfoundland, Canada, 27-29 November J93Q I 
Catscadden, ednor I Northwest /W Fish Sci Vol, 17 p, 23-31 1994 FR 40(2) 

jOcean Sci Cent,, Memorial Univ. Newfoundland, St John's, NF, Canada A1 B 3X7] 

95003207 Sokolov, A. E, editor [FLORA & FAUNA OF USSR NATURE RESERVES- FAUNA OF THE 
DARVIN SKY NATURE RESERVE 1 Moscow Acad Sci Mp 1988, In Russian FR 40(2) 

Data for 20 species 

95003208 Stewart, Kalhlyr M A LATE MIOCENE FISH FAUNA FROM LOTHAGAM, KENYA, / Vcttchr 
Paleontol 14(4)592-594.1994, FR 40(2) 

[Canadian Mus Nat,PO Box 3443, Stn D, Ottawa, ON, Canada KIP 6P4J Data for 11 genera 

95003209 Stokes, F Joseph. HANDGU1DE TO THE CORAL REEF FISHES OF THE CARIBBEAN AND 
ADJACENTTROPICAL WATERS INCLUDING FLORIDA, BERMUDA ANDTHE BAHAMAS Lippmcolt & CroweH 
Publishers (New York) 1 60p. 1 980 FR "(0(2) 

95003210 Slokesbury, Michael J W and Kevin D E Stokesbury OCCURRENCE OF JUVENILE ATI ANTIC 
MENHADEN, 8REVOORT/A TYRANNUS, IN THE ANNAPOLIS RIVER, NOVA SCOTIA Cstuanes 1 6{4).S27 829. 
1993 FR4Q(2) 

|Dep Biol Univ New Brunswick, Bag Service No 4511, Fredencton, NB, Canada E3B GEI | 

95003211 Tamoikine,M.Y and D Pandare ICHTHYOPLANKTON STUDY IN GUINEAN AND SENEGALESE 
COASTAL AND ESTUARINE WATERS RESULTS OF SURVEYS 1988-1992, PREPARED WITHIN THE 
FRAMEWORK OF THE AFRICAN COASTAL MARINE PROGRAMME (COMARAF). Unesco Rep Mar Sci No. 
63 69p 1994 In English with French, Spanish, Russian, Arabic and Chinese abstracts FR40(2) 

[Insl Biol South Seas,Acad Sci Ukraine, 2 Nakhimov Ave, Sevastopol, 33500 Crimea, Ukraine] Data for 
140 species 

95-003212 Taylor, Christopher M. and Nicholas J Gotelli THE MACROECOLOGY OF CYPfifNiM 
CORRELATES OF PHYLOGENY, BODY SIZE, AND GEOGRAPHICAL RANGE Am Nat 144(41.549-569 1994 
FR40(2) 

(Dep Zool, Univ Okla, Norman 73019] Data for 27 species in North America. 

95003213 Tilney, R L and C D. Buxlon, A PRELIMINARY ICHTHYOPLANKTON SURVEY OF Till 
TSITSIKAMMA NATIONAL PARK S Aft I 2ool 29(3)204-211 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Deo Ichihyol & Fish Sci., Rhodes Univ , P O, Box 94, Grahamstown 6140, South Africa] Data for 24 familie- 
in Soulh Africa. 

95 003214 Urstn, Michael J, A GUIDE TO FISHES OF THE FEMPERATE ATLANTIC COAST, f P Duttort (Ncv 
Yorfcj263p 1977. FR 40(2) 

95 00321 5 Vasiliu, George D and Gheorghe I, Manea, |THE HISTORY OF THE ROMANIAN ICHTHYOLOGY 
Bui Ceicet Pisac SuppL 1 332p , pi A H, 1 68 1 987. In Rumanian with English, French, German, and Russiai 
surnm FR 40(21 

Data for 65 species 

95-003216 Victor, Reginald and Jacob Meye FURTHER STUDIES ON THE FISH COMMUNITIES OT i 
PERTURBED STREAM IN SOUTHERN NIGERIA } Trap Eco/ 10(4) 627-632. 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep BioLColl Sci, Sullan Qaboos Univ,, PO Box 36, Al Khod 123, Omanj Data for 34 species, 



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95 Q0321 7 Waid, Roxana M THE DISTRIBUTION Of THE FISHES OF THE CRATER LAKES OF NICARAGUA 

MS thesis, Frostburg State Univ 1991 FR40(2) 

95003218 Walls, Jerry C FISHES OF THE NORTHERN GULF OF MEXICO TFH Pubt, inc -U2p 1975 
FR40(2) 

Data for 502 species 

95-003219 White, Sieve FWA CICHLIDS AND OTHER RARITIES, Trop fish Hobbyist 43(6} 64-70 1995 
FR 40(2) 

Sc/ivvetzothromis mac/iadoi, 5 neodon, 5 storms/, Cyctopharym schwetzi, C fivae, C mtcrodon, and 
Haplochromis brauschi in Zaire 

95-003220 Williams, Christopher D , David M Nelson, Mark E Monaco, Steven L Stone; Carol lancu; Linda 
Coston Clemenls, Lawrence R, Settle and Elizabeth A Irlandi DISTRIBUTION AND ABUNDANCE OF FISHES 
AND INVERTEBRATES IN EASTERN GULF OF MEXICO ESTUARIES MOAA (Naif Oceanic Atmos Ac/mm ) ELMR 
(Estuanne Living Mar RcsourjRep No 6 195p 1990 FR 40(2} 
Data for 36 species 

95003221 Zetina-Moguel, Carlos, Javier Frias-Tuym, Roberlo Pat-Canul, Lourdes Perez-Aranda and Roger 
Medina-Gonzalez MORPHOLOGICAL, PHYSICAL, CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DESCRIPTION OF 
CENOTE DZITYA, YUCATAN, MEXICO Lake Reierva/r Manage 9(2).126, 1994 Abstractonly FR 40(2} 

(Univ Autonoma Yucatan, Fac Ingeniena Civil, Coordination Ingeniena Ambicntal, Calle 4 1 x 1 4 Ex terrenos 
"El Fenix," CP 971 50, Menda, Yucatan, Mexico, fax 99-224 691 ] Gambusia yucatana, Aslyanaf fascialiis, and 
RJiamdia guaiema/ensis 

ABUNDANCE, FACTORS OF; SURVIVAL AND MORTALITY 

95003222 Anderson, John T, and Brad de Young. STAGE DEPENDENT DENSITY OF COD EGGS AND 
LARVAF (GAOL'S MORHUA L ) IN NEWFOUNDLAND WATERS Cod and Climate Change. Proceedings of a 
Symposium Held in Reykjavik, 23-27 August 1993 lakob iakobsson, editor Int Cou/ic ExpJor Sea Mar Sci Symp 
Vol 198.0 654-665 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Dep Fish & Oceans, Northwest All Fish Cent, P.O. Box 5667, St John's, NF, Canada A1C 5X11 

95-003223 Astlhorsson, Olafur S , Astthor Gislason and Asia Cudmundsdotlir DISTRIBUTION, ABUNDANCE, 
AND LENGTH OF PELAGIC JUVENILE COD IN ICELANDIC WATERS IN RELATION TO ENVIRONMENTAL 
CONDITIONS Cod and Climate Change Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Reykjavik, 23-27 August (993 
lakob lakobsson, editor Int Counc Explor Sea Mar Sci Symp Vol 198.p 529541 1994 FR40(2) 
|Mar Res Inst , Skulagata 4, PO Box 1390, 121 Reykjavik, Iceland] Gadwrnorhua 

95003224 Beauchamp, David A; Mark G LaRiviere and G L Thomas. EVALUATION OF COMPETITION 
AND PREDATION AS LIMITS TO JUVENILE KOKANEE AND SOCKEYE SALMON PRODUCTION IN LAKE 
OZETTE, WASHINGTON. Special Section Kokanee Investigations Vaughn L Paragaroian, coordinator N Am I. 
fiin Manage 15(1)'2Q8-219, 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Coop, Fish & Wildl Res Unit, Dep Fish, & Wildl/Ecol Cent, Utah State Univ, Logan B4322-5255J 
Ptycfioc/iei'us oregonensis, Oncorhyncriui clarkt, and O /ierAa. 

95 003225 Bonneau, Joseph L SEASONAL HABITAT USE AND CHANGES IN DISTRIBUTION OF JUVENILE 
BULL TROUT AND CUTTHROAT TROUT IN SMALL, HIGH GRADIENTSTREAMS MS tbesis.Untv fdafio92p, 
1994 TR40(2} 

Sa/ve/mus confluentus and Oncorbynchus darki 

95003226 Brosset,A and D Lachaise LVOLUTION AS A LOTTERY CONFLICTING WITH EVOLUTION VIA 
SEXUAL SELECTION IN AFRICAN RAIN FOREST-DWELLING K1LLIFISHES (CYPRINODONTIDAE, RIVULINAE, 
DIAPTERON) Evol Biol Vol 28 p 217-264 1995 FR40{2) 

[Natl.Mus Nat Hist, Lab Gen Ecol, F-91 800 Brunoy, France] Data for five species in Gabon. 

95-003227 Buch, Erik, Svend Aagc Horsted and Holger Hovgard FLUCTUATIONS IN THE OCCURRENCE 
OF COD IN GREENLAND WATERS AND THEIR POSSIBLE CAUSES Cod a/id Oimale Change Proceedings of 
a Symposium Held in Reykfavik, 23-27 August 1993 Jakob lakobsson, editor Int Counc Explor Sea Mar So 
Symp Vol 198 p, 158-174. 1994 FR 40(2} 

[Royal Danish Admin. Navigation & Hydrogr , Overgaden o Vandet 62B, DK-1023 Copenhagen K, Denmark) 
Cat/us morhuo. 

95-003228 Cambray, Jim. BLAAUWKRANTZ NATURE RESERVE, COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT AND THE 
EASTERN PROVINCE ROCKY (SANDELIA BAINS Naturalist (S. Air) 37(3}:8-1 0. 1 993 FR 40(2) 
[Albany Mus., Grahamstown, South Africa lei 0461-22397] 

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95 003229 Colby, Peler ) and Hannu Lehlonen SUGGESTED CAUSES FOR THE COLLAPSE OF ZANDER, 
SJI2OSTEDION LUCIOPERCA (L), POPULATIONS IN NORTHERN AND CENTRAL FINLAND THROUGH 
COMPARISONS WITH NORTH AMERICAN WALLEYE, STKO5TED/ON VITRCUM (MITCHILL) Aqua Fern 
34(1)920,1994 In English with Finnish summ FR 40(2) 

[Ontario Minis! Nat Resour , Walleye Res Unit, 435 S James St, Suite 335, Thunder Bay, ON, Canada P7E 
6E3] 

95-003230 Daluey, Steven Ray, EFFECTS OF ELECTROFISHING ON LONG-TERM GROWTH ANl> 
MORTALITY OF WILD RAINBOW TROUT MS thesis. Mont Slate Univ 46p 1994 FR 40(2) 
OncQihynchus mykiss 

95-003231 Dallmier, Kevin M FREQUENCY OF AND FACTORS AFFECTING SUNF1SH (LPOM/S) 
HYBRIDIZATION IN NATURE, MS thesis, South III Umv (Carbondale) 35p 1993 FR 40(2) 

95 003232 DeVnes, Dennis R. and Roy A Stem ASSESSING THE ROLE OF SHAD IN OUR WAFERS CAN 
WE DRAW ANY CONCLUSIONS! take Reservoir Manage 9(2).6B 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 

[Dep Fish & Allied Aquacult , Auburn Umv, Auburn, AL 36849 tel 205-844-9322; 
e-mail.ddevnes@ag auburn edu5 Dorosoma cepedianum, D pelenense, Lepomis macrochirus, and Micro/items 
dotoimeu, 

95003233 Dickson, R R.andK M.Brander EFFECTS OF A CHANGING W1NDRELD ON COD STOCKSOF 
THE NORTH ATLANTIC (EXTENDED ABSTRACT), Cod and Climate Change Proceedings of a Symposium I iotd 
in Reykjavik, 2327 August 1993 lakob fakobsson, editor, Int Counc Explor Sen Mar 5a Symp Vol. 190 
p 271-279. 1994. FR 40(2) 

[MAFFDir Fish Res, Fish Lab, Lowestoft NR33 OHT, England] Gadus tnorhua 

95003234 Dickson, R R;K R BnffaandT,] Osborn COD AND CLIMATE THE SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL 
CONTEXT Cod and Climate Change. Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Reykjavik, 23-27 August 1993 lakob 
lakobsson, editor Int Couc Explor Sea Mar So Symp Vol 1 98 p, 280-286 1 994 FR 40(2) 

[MAFFDir Fish Res,, Fish Lab, Lowestoft NR33 OHT, England] Gadus morhua m Greenland, 

95-003235 Elliott, J M,, ] A Elliott and J D Allonby THE CRITICAL THERMAL LIMITS FOR THE STONE 
LOACH, NOEMACHEILUS BARBXTULUS, FROM THREE POPULATIONS IN NORTH-WEST ENGIAND 
Freshwater Biof 32(3)593-601.1994 FR 40(2) 

(NERC Inst. Freshwater Ecol , Windermere Lab., Far Sawrey, Ambleside, Cumbria LA22 OLP, England] Sa/nio 
sater and S truita 

95-003^36 Eriksson, Torleif MORTALITY RISKS OF BALTIC SALMON DURING DOWNSTREAM 
MIGRATION AND EARLY SEA-PHASE EFFECTS OF BODY SIZE AND SEASON Workshop on the Postsmott 
Biology of 'Safmomds in Ranching Systems, November JO 12, 1992, Umea, Sweden Torleif Eriksson and Joiborn 
latvi, editors Nord / Freshwater Res No. 69. p 100 1994 Abstract only FR40(2) 
[Dep Aquaeult , Umea, Sweden] Sa/nio safar 

95-003237 Hargreaves, N Brent PROCESSES CONTROLLING BEHAVIOUR AND MORTALITY OF 
SALMONIDS DURING THE EARLY SEA LIFE PERIOD IN THE OCEAN Workshop on the Postsmoll tliolagy (tf 
Salmonidsin Ranching Systems, November 10-12, 1992, Umea, Sweden Jorleil Eriksson and Torhorn larvi, editors- 
Hard [ Freshwater Res No 69. p 97 1994 Abstract only, FR 40(2) 
(Pac Biol Stn, Nanai mo, BC, Canada] 

95-003238 Jakupsslovu, Stein Hjalli i and Jakup Remeri FLUCTUATIONS IN THE FAROE PLATEAU COD 
STOCK Cod and Ornate Change Proceedings of a Proceedings ot a Symposium Held in Reyk]avtk, 23-2 7 August 
1993 Jakob lakobsson, editor tot Counc Explor Sea Mar So Symp Vol 198 p 194-211 1994 FR 40(2) 
[Fish Lab. Faroes, Noatun, P O Box 3051 , FR-1 10 Torshavn, Faroe Islands! Cadus morhua. 

95 003239 Johnson, James Henry BIOTIC FACTORS AFFECTING THE SURVIVAL OF RECENTLY RELEAS EIH 
AMERICAN SHAD LARVAE IN THE SUSQUEHANNA RIVER BASIN Pn D dissertation, State Umv. N V. Co// 
Environ Sa &For, 124p,1993 FR 40(2) 

AJosa iapidissfona, Micropterus do/omjeu, Cyprinel/a spi/oplera, and Noiropjs vo/uce//us in New York. 

95-003240 Jonasson, Jonas; Vigfusjohannsson and SumarlidiOskarsson OCEAN MORTALITY OF RANCH ED 
ATLANTIC SALMON DURING THE SECOND YEAR IN THE SEA, Workshop on ihe Posfsmo/l Bmlotty of 
Safmoruds in Ranching Systems, November IOI2, 1992, Umea, Sweden, Torferf Eriksson and Jorborn larvi, 
Nora.; Freshwater Res No 69, p. 7983 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Irist, Freshwater Fish , Vagnhofda 7, 1 1 2 Reykjavik, Iceland] Sa/mo safar m Iceland. 



*w i EFFECTS IN MARINE ROCKY 1NTERTIDAL INTERACTION WEBS: 

PATTERNS AND IMPORTANCE. cor Monogr 65(1)-21-74 1995. FR 40(2) 
JOep. Zool, Oreg State Univ., Corvallis 97331-2914] 



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ABUNDANCE, FACTORS OF; SURVIVAL AND MORTALITY {Continued) 

95 003242 Mick, Lynnetle A EARLY SPRING MORTALITY OF YOUNG-OF-THE-YCAR LARGEMOUTH BASS 
(M/CROPTERL/S SALMOiDCS) IN LAKE SHELBYVILLE, ILLINOIS MS tncsK, South til Univ (CtTbontlstentV 
1994 FR40|2) 

95003243 Nelson, Gary A THEPOTENriALIMPACTSOF SKATE ABUNDANCES UPON THE INVERTEBRATE 
RESOURCES AND GROWTH OF YELLOWTAIL FLOUNDER (PIEURONECTE5 FERRL/GIWEUS) ON GEORGES 
BANK PhD dissertation, Umv Mass 240p 1993 FR 40(2) 

95-003244 Nilssen,E M,T Pedersen,C C E Hopkins; K Thyholt and ) G Popp RECRUITMENTVARIABILITY 
AND GROWTH OF NORTHEAST ARCTIC COD INFLUENCE OF PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT, DEMOGRAPHY, 
AND PREDATOR-PREY ENERGETICS. Cod and Ornate Change Proceedings of d Symposium Held in Key/yaw^, 
2327 August 1993 }akob lakohsson, editor Int Counc Exp/or Sea Mar So Symp Vol 198 p. 449 470 1904 
FR 40(2) 

jNorwegian Coll Fish Sci , Umv Tromso, N-9037 Tromso, Norway] Cadus mor/iua in [lie Barents Se<i 

95-003245 Nlsslmg, Anders SURVIVAL OF EGGS AND YOLK-SAC LARVAE OF BALTIC COD (GADUS 
MORHUA L ) AT LOW OXYGEN LEVELS IN DIFFERENT SALINITIES Cod and Climate Change Proceedings of 
a Symposium Held in Reykjavik 23-27 August J993 Mob lakobsson, editor Int Counc fvp/or Sea War Sci 
Symp Vol 198 p t 626-631 1994 FR 40(2) 

|Dep Syst Ecol , Stockholm Umv,, S-10G 91 Stockholm, Sweden] 

95-003246 Olterlel, Erlmg; Anld Folkvord and D,ig Moller EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE AND DENSITY ON 
GROWTH, SURVIVAL, AND CANNIBALISM OF JUVENILE COD (CADUS MORHUA L.) (ABSTRACT) Cod and 
Oiiruite Change Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Reykjavik, 23 27 August J993 lakob lakohsson, editor Int 
Counc Cxplor Sea Mar. So Symp Vol, 198 p. 632 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Fish. & Mar. Biol , Umv Bergen, High Technol Cent , N-5020 Bergen, Norwayl 

95-003247 Rllcy, Jeanne Dyanne, BROOK TROUT ENHANCEMENT THROUGH RAINBOW TROUT 
REMOVAL BY ELECTROSHOCKING IN THE GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK M S thesis, Univ 
Tenn 64p. 1986. FR 40(2) 

Salvelmus fonlma/is and Oncorhynchus mylciss in Tennessee. 

95003248 Rothschild, B J. DECADAL TRANSIENTS IN BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTIVITY, WITH SPECIAL 
REFERENCE TO THE COD POPULATIONS OP THE NORTH ATLANTIC, Cod and Cfimaie Change. Proceedings 
ol'a Symposium Held in Reykjavik 23-27 August J 993, Mob lakobsson, editor fnt Counc Explor, Sea Mar. Sci 
Symp Vol 1 98. p, 333-345. 1 994, FR 40(2) 

[Umv Md., Cent. Environ & Esluarine Studies, PO Box 38, Solomons 20688 0038] 



95-003249 Schopka, Sigfus A. FLUCTUATIONS IN THE COD STOCK OFF ICELAND DURING THE 
TWENTIETH CENTURY IN RELATION TO CHANGES IN THE FISHERIES AND ENVIRONMENT Cod and Ornate 
Change Proceedings of a Symposium He/dm Reyk/avi/c, 23 27August 199J lakoh lakofasoti, editor Inl Counc 
Explor Sea Mar. So Symp Vol. 1 90 p 1 75-1 93. 1 994 FR 40(2) 

(Mar Res Inst, Skulagala 4, P.O Box1390,121 Reykjavik, Iceland) Gadus morhua 

95-003250 Scott, Sue. WHERE HAVE ALL THE SALMON GONE? At/ Salmon I 42(4) 22-25. 1991. TR -10(2) 
Satmo safer in the North Atlantic Ocean 

95-003251 Tande,K S., T, Rasmussen and G I'edersen THERMAL INCREASE ENHANCEMENT: A POSSIBLE 
LINK BETWEEN RECRUITMENT AND CLIMAFE IN HIGH LATITUDE ENVIRONMENTS Cod and Climate 
Change Proceedings o/ a Symposium Held in Reykjavik. 23-27 August T993 Jakob lakobssnn. editor, frit Counc 
Exn/or Sea Mar. Sci Symp Vol 19S. p. 502-509 1994 FR 40(2) 

(Norwegian Coll, Fish Sci., Univ. Tromso, N-9037 Tromso, Norway] Cadus morru/a in Norway. 

95-003252 Tchizhov, Sergey. THE INTERACTION BETWEEN ARTIFICIAL REEFS AND ICHTHYOPLANKTON 
IN COASTAL WATERS, APRIL-MAY 19881990 IN THE JAPAN SEA, Proceedings of the fifth InlPrnaiionaJ 
Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA William I 
Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3):1354-1355, 1994. Abstract only FR 40(2) 

[Pac, Res Inst. Fish & Oceanogr. (TINRO), 4 Shevchcnco Alley, Vladivostok 690600, Russia] 

95-003253 Thiel, R; A. Sepulveda; R Kafemann and W Nellen. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AS FORCES 
STRUCTURING THE FISH COMMUNITY OF THE ELBE ESTUARY,/ Fish Biol 46{l)47-69 1995 TR 40(2) 

[Univ Hamburg, Inst. Hydrobiol, & Fischereiwissenschaft, Olbersweg 24, 22767 Hamburg, Germany] 
Osmerus eperfanus, P/euronecles flesus, Anguitla anguilla, Casterostetis acufeatus, Gvmnocepha/us cemtius, A/osa 
fa//ax, C/upea harengus, and data for 57 other species in Germany. 

95-003254 Tisa, Mark S METAL RESIDUES, HEMATOLOGY, AND LIVER HISTOLOGY OF STRIPED BASS. 
M.S thesis, Univ. Tenn 65p 1981 FR 40(2) 
Morone saxati/is in Tennessee. 

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ABUNDANCE, FACTORS OF; SURVIVAL AND MORTALITY (Continued) 

95003255 While, Steve. FISHES IN PERIL Trap Fish Hobbyist 43(5) 1 10-112 1995 FR 40(2) 
Rheodes alaolrensis, R peflegrmt, R sikotae, R wignlae, and Beclotia lateralts in Madagascar 

95003256 Wilkonska, Halinj INTERSPECIES RELATIONS IN FISH FRY COMMUNITY IN HEATED KONIN 
LAKES Ecological Disturbances in I leatetlKonin Lakes Ian A Szczerbowskt,lacieuszBackiel,l3ot>uslawZdanQWski J 
and jerzy Waluga, editors Arch Pol Fish 2(2)311-320. 1994, In English with Polish summ FR 40(2) 

[Inst Rybactwa Srodladowego, ul Oczapowskiego 10, 10957 Olsztyn Kortowo, Poland] Gasterosteus 
acute&tus, Rulilus riHilus, and Albumus albumus in Poland 

IDENTIFICATION, KEYS, CLASSIFICATION 

95003257 Bruce, Barry D LARVAL DEVELOPMENT OF KING GEORGE WHITING, StLLAGlNODES 
PUNCTAJA, SCHOOL WHITING, SILLAGO BASSENSIS, AND YELLOW FIN WHITING, SILLACO 
SCHOMBURGKIl (PERCOIDEI SILLAG1NIDAE), FROM SOUTH AUSTRALIAN WATERS US Nail Mar Fish 
Seiv Fish Bull 93(1)27-43 1995 FR40{2} 

[CSIRODiv Fish, GPO Box 1538, Hobart,Tasm 7001, Australia] 5 bassensts tlindersi 

95-003258 Burgess, Warren E A LOOK AT SOME NEW BETTA SPECIES Trap Fisb Hobbyist 43(&):100 103 
1995 FR40{2) 

B cnloropnaranv, B schallcn,B miniopmna, B persep/ione, B albimarginata, 8 burdtgala, and fl c/iannoides 

95-003259 Chanel, Bruno and Orlwin Schullz PLEURONECTIFORM FISHES FROM THE UPPER BADENIAN 
(MIDDLE MIOCENE) OF ST MARGARETHEN (AUSTRIA), Ann Naturhisl Mus Wlen Ser A Mineral Pctrogr 
Ceo/ Pslaeontol Anthropol Praehisi Vol 96 p 95-115 1994, In English with German summ. FR40(2) 
[Ins! Paleontol , Mus Nail Hist Nat , 8 rue Buffon, Paris 75005, France] Data for seven species 

95 003260 Coad, Brian W, and Fnedhelm Krupp. CAPOETA ACULEATA (VALENCIENNES IN CUV & VAL , 
1844), A VALID SPECIES OF CYPRINIDFIbH FROM IRAN (TELEOSTEI'CYPRINIDAE), Zoo/ Middle East Vol 
10 p. 63-72 1994. In English with German summ FR 40(2) 

llchthyol Sect, Res, Div, Canadian Mus. Nat, PO Box 3443, Stn D, Ottawa, ON, Canada KIP 5P-1| 
Varicorhmus capoeta 

95-003261 Conlreras-Balderas, Salvador and Maria de Lourdes Lozano CYPR1NELLA AlVAREZDELVILLARi, A 
NEW CYPRINID FISH FROM RIO NA2AS OF MEXICO, WITH A KEY TO THE LEPIDA CLADE Copeia 
1994(4)897-906.1994 In English wilh Spanish summ FR 40(2) 

JFac Cienc Biol , Univ Aulonoma Nuevo Leon, Apdo Postal 504, San Nicolas de los Garza, N L 66*150, 
Mexico] Data for t6 species 

95-003262 deCarvalho.MarceloR and Jose L deFigueiredo PSAMMOBATIS EXJENTA (CARMAN, 191 3. A 
SENIOR SYNONYM OF PSAMMOBATIS GLANSDISSIMILIS McEACHRAN, 1903 (CHONDRICHTHYES, 
RAJIDAE) Cope;a 1994(4)1029-1033 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep lchthyol.,Am Mus Nat Hist, Central Park W at 79lh St, New York, NY 10024-5192] 

95 003263 Duarte, Sergio A nnct Arturo Acero P [THE GOBIID FISHES OF THE REEFS OF THE COLOMBIAN 
CARIBBEAN IV THE GENUS LYfHRYPNUS] Caldasia 17(1)-1 15-120 1992. In Spanish with English summ, 
FR40(2) 

(Apdo Aereo 1167, Bucaramanga, Colombia] L minimus, L okapia, L spilus, L nesioles, L elasson, and L 
heterochroma 

95-003264 Elmer, David A. and Wayne C Starnes, THE FISHES OF TENNESSEE Univ Tenn Press681p 1993. 
Available at $63 50 (cloth) from Univ Tenn Press, 1 1 030 S Langley Ave , Chicago, IL 60628. FR 40(2) 
|Dep Zoo! , Univ Tenn , Knoxville 37996 08101 Data for 324 species 

95-003265 Gaudanl, Jean. [ICHTHYOFAUNA OF THE UPPER PANNONIAN OF GOETZENDORF AN D ER 
LEIFA (LOWER AUSTRIA) ]Ann Nalurhis! Mus Wen Ser A Mineral Pelrogr Geol Palaeontol Anthropol Praelmt 
Vol.96 p 117-131 1994 In French wilh English and German summ FR 40(2) 

1 1 7, rue du Docteur Magnan, (U R A 1 761 C N R S }, F-750 1 3 Paris, France] Rutilus, Scardmius, lines. Bafbus, 



95-003266 Gery, Jacques CHARACOIDS OF THE WORLD. JFH Publjnc 672p 1977 FR 40(2) 

95 003267 Gill, Anlhony C IDENTIFICATION OF THE PRIMARY TYPES OF PSEUDOCHROMIME SPECIES 
?S??S m,P R BLEEKER ' WITH LECTOTY PE DESIGNATIONS FOR PSEUDOCHROMIS TAPEINOSOMA 
AND P XANTHOCHIK (PERCIFORMES. PSEUDOCHROMIDAE) Copeia 1 995(1 )-243-246. 1 995 FR 40(2 

pep Zool.Nal Hist Mus, Cromwell Rd, London SW7 5BD, England] Labracmus cyclophthatmus and P 
cy-anotaenia in Indonesia 



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IDENTIFICATION, KEYS, CLASSIFICATION (Continued) 

95003268 Greenfield; David W, Jonathan K L Mee and John E Randall WAX WCWM, A NEW GENUS 
AND SPECIES OFTOADFISH (BATRACHO1DIDAE) FROM THE SOUTH COAST OF OMAN Fauna Saudi \rahia 
Vol 14, p 270-281 1994, In English willi Arabic summ FR 40(2) 

[Umv Hawaii, Dep Zool & Hawaii Inst Mar Biol , The Mall, Honolulu 96822] 

95-003269 Greenwood, P Humphry THE GENERIC AND INFRAGENERIC TAXA DESCRIBED BY 
ETHELWYNN TREWAVAS Women in Ichthyology Ait Anthology in Honour al ET, Ro, and Cenie Ei/gcnp K 
Baton, Michael N Btuton, and David L C Noakes, editors Environ Bio/ ris/ies'H(l 4) 55-61. 1994, FR 4U(2) 
[JLB Smith Inst. Ichlhyol , Private Bag 1015, Grahamstown 6140, South Africa) 

95003270 Harold, Antony S, Ricliard P Van, A Machado Allison and F Provenzano CREAGRU'lUS 
HYSGINUS (TELEOSTEI' CHARACIFORMES), A NEW SPECIES OF CHARACID FROM NORTHEASTERN 
VENEZUELA, SUCRESTATE, Copeia 1994(4) > 975-979 1994 In English with Spanish summ FR40(2) 
[Dep Ichthyol, Calif Acad Sci, Golden Gale Park, San Francisco 941 18) 

95-003271 Leibel, Wayne S ELECTROPHORETIC ANALYSIS OF LDH PHENOTYPE SUPPORTS SPLITTING 
OF THE GENUS GEOPHAGUS SENSU GOSSE (TELEOSTEI, CICHLIDAE), Copeia 1995(1)217223 1995 
FR40(2} 

[Dep Biol , Lafayelle Coll,, Easton, PA 1 8042| Dala for 31 species 

95003272 McEachranJohnD andRichardE Malhesonjr BREWRAMMOUID/NOM NOV, ASUBSTITUTE 
NAME FOR BREVIRAIA SCHROEDERI MCEACHRAN AND MATHESON, 1985 (CHONDRICHTHYES 
RAJOIDEI) Cope/a 1995(1}'240-241 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Wildl &Fish Sci.Tex A&M Umv, College Station 77803-2258] 

95003273 McGmnis, Samuel M FRESHWATER FISHES OF CALIFORNIA Umv Calif Press |340p| 1904 
FR40(2) 

Data for 112 species 

95-003274 Nielsen, Jorgen C and Michael E Rctzer TWO NLW BATHYL NtOBYTHlTfS SPP FROM THE 
CARIBBEAN SEA (PISCES, OPHID1IDAE) Copeia 1994(4)992-995.1994 FR 40(2) 
[Zool, Mus, Copenhagen, Denmark! N unicolor and N e/ongalus 

95 003275 Pyle, Richard L, and John E Randall, A REVIEW OF HYBRIDIZATION IN MARINE ANGELF1SHES 
(PERCIFORMES POMACANTHIDAE) Environ Bioi fishes 41(1-4) 127-145, 1994, FR 40(2} 

[Bernice P. Bishop Mus, Box 19000-A, Honolulu, HI 96817] Apolcmtchthys aniutogei and 10 hybrid 
pomaciinthids 

95 003276 Randall, John E ON THE VALIDITY OF THE EASTERN PACIFIC LABRID FISHES 71 IAI.ASSOMA 
GRAMMATICUM GILBERT AND T WRENS GILBERT Bull Mai 5a 56(2)670675 1995 FR 40(2) 
[Bernice P Bishop Mus , Box 1 9000-A, Honolulu, HI 965 1 7| T tucasanum 

95-003277 Randall, John E and Jonathan K L Meo PARDACHIRUS BALIUS, A NEW SOLE 
(PLEURONECHFORMES SOLEIDAE) FROM OMAN fauna Saudi Arabia Vol. 14 p, 341-347 In Cnglish wllh 
Arabic summ FR 40(2) 

[Bernice P. Bishop Mus,P,O Box 19000 A, Honolulu, HI 9681 7|P morrow! 

95-003278 Randall, John E, and John L Earte, DORYRHAMPHUS AUROLINEATUS, A NEW PIPEFISH 
(SYNGNATHIDAE) FROM MASIRAH ISLAND, OMAN, fauna Saudi Arabia Vol 14 p 282-2B6 1994 In English 
with Arabic summ FR 40(2) 

[Bernice P. Bishop Mus , P O Box 1 9000-A, Honolulu, HI 960 1 7] 

95-003279 Randall, John E A NEW GENUS AND SIX NEW GOBIID FISHES (PERCIFORMES COBIIDAE) 
FROM ARABIAN WATERS faurwSaiidMraWaVol 14 p 317-340 1994 In English with Arabit summ FR40(2) 
[Bernice P. Bishop Mus, P.O Box 19000-A, Honolulu, HI 96817] Amblyolcolns downing), A tngimdla, 
Coryoga/ops monspi/us, C IcsscJ/alus, Coryp/ioplofus inframacuJattis, and Ego zebra 

95003280 Randall, John E and John L, E-irle THREE NEW WRASSES OF THE GENUS f lALICf lOERLi, 
(PERCIFORMES 1 LABRIDAE) FROM OMAN fauna Saudi Arabia Vol, 1 4 p, 287-301 .1994 In English with Arabic 
summ, FR 40(2) 

[BerniceP Bishop Mus, PO Box 19000 A, Honolulu, HI 90817] H /eploiaenra, l-l sigmfcr, and H meltts 

95 003281 Randall, John E and Jonathan K L MOE, A NEW LABRID FISH OF THE GENUS THAtASSOMA 
FROM OMAN. Fauna Saudi Arabia Vol 14, p. 302-308 1994 In English with Arabic summ. FR 40[2) 

[Bernice P Bishop Mus, PO. Box 19000-A, Honolulu, HI 9&817J T loxum and data for six other species. 

95-003282 Randall, John E. and A. Bradley Tarr. TRJCHONOTU5 ARABICUS (PERCIFORMES; 
TR1CHONOTIDAE), A NEW SPECIES OF SAND DIVER FROM THC ARABIAN GULF AND OMAN, fauna Saudi 
Arabia Vol 14 p. 309 316. 1994, In English with Arabic summ. FR 40(2) 

[Bernice P. Bishop Mus., P.O Box 1 9000 A, Honolulu, HI 9681 7] Data for six olher species. 

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IDENTIFICATION, KEYS, CLASSIFICATION (Continued) 

95-003283 Warren, Mclvin L , )r , Brooks M Burr and James M Gradv NOJROPIS ALBtZONAJUS, A NEW 
CYPRLNID FISH ENDEMIC TO THE TENNESSEE AND CUMBERLAND RIVER DRAINAGES, WITH A 
PHYLOGENY OF THE NOJROPIS PROCNE SPECIES GROUP Cope/a 1 994(4)-B68-886. 1 994 FR 40(2} 

[U S. For Serv , Soulli. For. Cxp Sin., For Hydrol Lab., P O. Box 947, Oxford, MS 3B655] Notiopis atborus, 
N chihuahua, N yreenet, N. sl/ammeus, and N uranoscopus 

95-003204 Yang Junxlng and Chen Ymrui [SYSTEMATIC REVISION OF SPINIBARBUS FISHES 
(CYPRINIFORMES CYPRINIDAE) ] Zool Res 15(4)1-10, 1994. In Chinese with English summ FR 40(2) 

[Kunming Inst, Zool,, Acad Smica, Kunming 650223, Chinal S hollandi, S smensis, S denticulate, S 
yunnanenstSj and 5 polytepis in China and Taiwan 

PARASITES AND DISEASES-GENERAL 

95003205 Carcy,T G.andC I Prlichard FISH HEALTH PROTECTION. A STRATEGIC ROLE IN CANADIAN 
FISHERIES MANAGEMENT N Am. I Fish Manage 15(1) 1 13 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Fish. & Oceans, Aquacult. & Habitat Sci. Branch, Ottawa, ON, Canada K1 A OE6) 

95-003286 Cousins, KalherineL and John O T Jensen THE EFFECTS OFTEMPERATURE ON EXTERNAL EGG 
MEMBRANES IN COHO SALMON (ONCORHYNCHUS KISU7CH) AND THE OCCURRENCE OF SOFT-SHELL 
DISEASE. Can / Zooi 72(10).1854-1857 1994 In English with French summ FR 40(2) 
[Dep Biol Sci , Simon Eraser Univ, Burnaby, DC, Canada V5A 1S6] 

95-003287 Dalmo, R A; R, McQueen Leifson and J Bogwald MICROSPHERES AS ANTIGEN CARRIERS- 
STUDIES ON INTESTINAL ABSORPTION AND TISSUE LOCALIZATION OF POLYSTYRENE MICROSPHERES 
IN ATLANTIC SALMON, SALMO SALAKl I rah Dis 18(1)07-91 1995 FR 40(2) 
[Dep Exp Pathol, Insl. Mcd Biol., Univ. Tromso, N-9037 Tromso, Norway] 

95 003288 Diaz Reyes, Lilia Marina [EVALUATION OF THE EFFECT OF DRIED AQUEOUS EXTRACT OF THE 
TEPOZAN (BURDDLEt AMERICANA) ON CO5T/A NECATRIX IN HYBRID TILAPIA (OREOCHROMIS SP ) ] Vet 
Mex. 25(3).297 1994. Spanish abstract only FR 40(2) 

95-003289 Cruller, Alexandra S. SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIATIONS OF THE ECTOPARASITES OF 
SEVEN REEF FISH SPECIES FROM LIZARD ISLAND AND HERON ISLAND, AUSTRALIA. Mar Ceo/ Prog Ser 
115(1&2j:21-30. 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Mar Biol, James Cook Univ North Queensland, Townsville, Qld 4811, Australia] Hemigy/nnus 
melapieruj, Stganus doliatus, Scotopsis bilineata, Thalassoma lunare, Scams sotdidus, Ctenochactus stnatus, and 
Aca/il/joc/iromis polyacanlhus 

95-003290 Harms, Craig and Robert S.Bakal TECHNIQUES IN FISH ANESTHESIA / Small Exotic Anim Meet 
3(1)19-25. 1994. FR 40(2) 

95-003291 Jarp, J, A, G. Gjevre; A. B Olsen and T Bruheim RISK FACTORS FOR FURUNCULOSIS, 
INFECTIOUS PANCREATIC NECROSIS AND MORTALITY IN POST-SMOLT OF ATLANTIC SALMON, SALMO 
SALARY I FishDis 18(1) 67-78. 1995. FR 40(2) 

[Cent Vet Lab , Box 81 56 Dep , N 0033 Oslo, Norway] 

95003292 Kemp, A, PATHOLOGY IN EGGS, EMBRYOS, AND HATCHLINGS OF THE AUSTRALIAN 
LUNGFISH,NroCERATODUSTCiR5TER/(OSTEICHTHYES DIPNOI), Cope/a 1994(4) 935-943 1994 FR4Q(2J- 
[Dep Anal, Sci., Univ Queensland, Sami Lucia, Qld, 4072, Australia] 

95-003293 Leibel, WayneS QUARANTINE YOUR CICHLIDS. Trap Fish Hobbyist 43(7) 140-155 FR40(2> 
GcWasoma oblongum and Plerophyflum altum. 

95-003294 Martineau, D and S. Lair [WILDLIFE PATHOLOGY AT THE FACULTY OF VETERINARY 
MEDICINE,] Wed Vet Que. Spec. Issue (Environ.). 1 9-23. In French with English summ. FR 40(2) 

[Dep Microbiol. & Pathol., Fac. Med, Vet , Univ. Montreal, Case posiale 5000, Sainl-Hyacmthe, PQ, Canada 
]2S 7C6) 

95-003295 Mum, C. B THE USE OF RECOMBINANT DNA TECHNOLOGY IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF FISH 
VACCINES, Nordic Symposjum on Fish Immunology, Lysekil, Sweden, May 1993 M F JatnerandA E Etlis, editors 
Fish & Shelltish (mmunof 4(6J'459-473. 1994 FR 40t2) 

IDep Biol. Sci., Univ Plymouth, Plymouth PL4 8AA, England] 

95 003296 Nieland, David L and Chatles A, Wilson H1STOLOG1CAL ABNORMALITIES AND BACTERIAL 
PROLIFERATION IN RED DRUM AND BLACK DRUM OVARIES Trans, Am Fish Soc 124(1)139-143.1995 
FR40(2) 

[Coastal Fish. Inst , Cent. Coastal, Energy, & Environ, Resour., La Slate Univ , Baton Rouge 70fl03| Pogontas 
cromis and Sciaenops oceHatus in the Gulf of Mexico 

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95-003297 Oliva, Marcelo C PARASITES OF THE CHILEAN JACK MACKEREL TRACHURUS 5YMMEJRICUS 
MURPHYI (PISCES CARANGIDAE) Mem tnst Oswaklo Cruz Rta 1 89(3} 361-364 1994 FR 40(2) 
jlnst Invest Oceano1,Umv Antofagasla, P O Box 170, Antofagasta, Chile] 

95-003298 Reddmgton, )ohn and Donald Ligntncr DIAGNOSTICS AND THEIR APPLICATION TO 
AQUACULTURE World Aquacult 25(3)41-48 1994 FR 40{2) 
(DiagXotics, Inc , 27 Cannon Rd , Wilton, CT 06897] 

95 003299 Secombes, Christopher J ENHANCEMENT OF FISH PHAGOCYTE ACTIVITY Nordic Symposium 
on Fish Immunology, Lysekil, Sweden, May 1993 M F Tatner and /\ E Hllis, editors Ftsn & Shelilish tmmunot 
4(&H21-436 1994, FR 40(2) 

[Dep, Zool,, Univ. Aberdeen, Tillydrone Ave , Aberdeen AB9 2TN, Scotland] 

95-003300 Smith, Stephen A, Thomas Caccci and John L Robertson OCCURRENCE OF RODLET CELLS 
ANDASSOCIATED LESIONS INTHEVASCULARSYSTEMOF FRESHWATER ANGELFISH } Aquat Anon Health 
7(1)&369 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Biomed So & Pathobiol ,Va-Md Reg Coll Vet Med, VPI&SU, Blacksburg, VA 240G1]Pterop/iy//um 
sea/are 

95-003301 Sloskopf, Michael K PREVENTIVE MEDICINE FOR PET FISHES, N Am Vet Conf Vet Proc Vol 
9.p 550-551 1995 FR 40(2) 

(NC State Umv, Coll Vet Med, 1700 Hillsborough St, Raleigh 27006] 

95-003302 Surtida, M. B, editor WORKING GROUP ON FISH DISEASE INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND 
LEGISLATION MEET. SLAFDEC Asian Aquacull 16(1)910 1994 FR 40(2) 
[SEAFDEC/AQD, P.O Box 256, 5000 lloilo City, Philippines] 

BACTERIAL DISEASES 

95-003303 Angka, S. L,T ) Lam and Y, M Sin SOME VIRULENCE CHARACTERISTICS OF AEROMONAS 
HYDROPHILA IN WALKING CATFISH (CLARIAS CARIEPINUS) Aquaculture 1 30(2/3) 1 03-1 1 2. 1 995 TR 40(2} 
[Sin Dep Zool, Natl, Univ. Singapore, Kent Ridge Rd, Singapore 0511] 

95003304 Austm,B,L.F Stuckey, P A. W. Robertson, 1. Effendi <ind D. R W Griffith. A PROBIOTIC STRAIN 
OF VIBRIO ALCINOLYTICUS EFFECTIVE IN REDUCING DISEASES CAUSED BY AEROMONAS SALMONICIDA, 
VIBRIO ANCUILLARUM AND VIBRIO ORDALII I FlshDis 10(1)9396 1995. FR 40(2) 
|Dep Biol Sci , Henot-Watt Umv, Riccarton, Edinburgh EH14 4AS, Scotland] 

95-003305 Bakopoulos, V,, A. Adams and R H. Richards. SOME BIOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND 
ANTIBIOTIC SENSITIVITIES OF PASKURELIA PISOODA ISOLATED IN GREECE AND COMPARISON WITH 
STRAINS FROM JAPAN, FRANCE AND ITALY . I. fish Dis 18(1)1-7 1995 FR 40(2) 
[Insl. Aquacult , Umv Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland! 

95-003306 Bergh, O BACTERIA ASSOCIATED WITH EARLY LIFE STAGES OF HALIBUT, / Itl'POGtOSSUS 
HtPPOGLOSSUS I, INHIBIT GROWTH OF A PATHOGENIC VIURIO SP / Fish Dis 18(1)31-40 1995 FR 40(2) 
]lnst Mar Res, Austcvoll Aquacult Res Sin, N-5392 Storebo, Norway] 

95-003307 Chen, Qing; H R Ke, T Z Lu, Q Q Lu; ], X Lai, Y P Zhan, Z M Xiao and X, N. Chen, |THE 
PREPARATION OF COMBINATION BACTERIA OF CDWARDSIEllA TARDA AND AEROMONAS HYDROPHILA 
AND ORAL IMMUNITY TESTS WITH EELS.] CQAfXouncAgnc) fish Sw No.44.p 174-183. 1994. In Chinese. 
FR 40(2) 

95 003308 Chen, Z. D ; ), H Chen andX. L Huang. [THF INSERTION OF HEMOLYSIN GENE IN AEROMONAS 
HYDROPHILA ] COA (Counc Agric) Fish. Sci No 44, p 81-93, 1994 In Chinese. FR 40(2) 

95-003309 Chung, King-Thorn; Guoimg Zhao, Edward Stevens, )r, Bill A. Simco and C. I Wei GROWTH 
INHIBITION OF SELECTED AQUATIC BACTERIA BY TANNIC ACID AND RELATED COMPOUNDS ; Aquat 
Amm Heaftfi 7(1 )*46 49. 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Biol, Univ. Memphis, Memphis, TN 381 52) 

95-003310 Cipriano, Rocco C., Larisa A. Ford and Thomas E Jones, RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN RESISTANCE 
OF SALMONIDS TO FURUNCULOSIS AND RECOVERY OF AEROMONAS SALMONICIDA FROM EXTERNAL 
MUCUS / Witdl Dis 30(4):577-580. 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Natl Fish Health Res. Lab., Natl Bio] Surv , 1 700 Leetown Rd,, Kearneysville, VW 25430] Oncorhynclws 
mykiss, Salvettnus fonttnalis, S namaycush, Salmo salar, and 5 iruita 

95-00331 1 Dixon, B. A., S O. Van Poucke; M Chair, M. Dehasque; H, ) Nelis, P Sorgeloos and A, P De 
Leenheer. BIOENCAPSULATION OF THE ANTIBACTERIAL DRUG SARAFLOXACIN IN NAUPLII OF THE URINL 
SHRIMP ARTCMtA FRANCtSCANA.i Aqua) Amm Health 7(l).42-45 1995. FR 40(2) 
[Dep Biol Sci., Calif. State Univ., Hayward 94542] 

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95 0&33 1 2 Eldar, AVI, Ytzhak Bejerano, Alex Livotl, Avshalom Horovitcz and Herve Bercovter EXPERIMENTAL 

STREPTOCOCCALMEN1NCO ENCEPHALITIS IN CULTURED FISH Vet Microbiol 43(1)33-40,1995 FR 40(2) 

(Bercovicr Dep Clinical Microbiol, Hebrew Umv-Hadassah Med School, Em Kerem, Jerusalem 91010, 

Israel lei 972-2-758256', fa* 972 2-7840 1 01 Cyprmus carpio, Oncorriync/ius mykiss, and Tilapia aurea \ T 



95003313 Elston,Ra1ph;AnnS Drum and Paul R Bunnell FURUNCULOSIS INJECTION MODEL TOR DRUG 
EFFICACY TESTING OF SEAWATER-ADAPTED ATLANTIC SALMON I Aqual Amm Hca/l/i 7(1)-1621 1995 
FR 40(2) 

[BaiteileMar Sci lab, 1529 Wesl Sequim Bay Rd, Sequim, WA 98382] Salmo sa/ar 

95003314 Elston, Ralph; Ann S Drum and Paul R Bunnell EFFICACY OF ORALLY ADMINISTERED 
DIFLOXACIN FOR THE TREATEMENT OF FURUNCULOS1S IN ATLANTIC SALMON HELD IN SEAWATER / 
Aquai Amm Health 7(1j22-28 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Bailelle Ma T SCL Lab , 1 529 West Sequim Bay Rd , Sequim, WA 98382) Sa/nio sa/ar 

95003315 Ferguson, H W; V E Ostland, D D MacPhee, J S Lumsden, P ) Byrne and D ). Spcare 
'NO MUCUS SKIN DISEASE' OF RAINBOW TROUT, QNCORHYNCHUS MYKISS (WALBAUM) A CASE 
REPORT ; fish Dis 19(1).49-57 1995, FR 40(2) 

IDep Palhol, Ontario Vet Coll,Ui>iv Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada NIG 2W1] 

95-001316 Forward, Glenn Merlon MECHANISM OF INNATE IMMUNITY AND INHERITANCE OF 
RESISTANCE TO CRVFTOBIA SALMQSITICA IN SALVEUNUS FONTINAUS MS thesis, Univ Guelph (Canada) 
64p,1994 From Masters Abslr Int 33(1)151 1995 Order No MAMM8870S FR 40(2) 

95 00331 7 Hirvela Koski, Varpu, PertUi Koski and Hillevi Nuranen BIOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND DRUG 

RESISTANCE OF AtROMONAS SALMONICIDA IN FINLAND DK Aquat Org 20(3)191-196 1994. FR 40(2} 

(Nail. Vet & Food Res, Inst , Reg. Lab. Oulu, P.O Box 5 1 7, SF-901 01 Oulu, Finland] Data for 1 1 species 

95-003318 Hoffmann.R W;A Stolle; H Eisgruberand P.Kolle \CLOSTR1DiUMBIFERMENTANS INFECTION 
IN GRASS CARP (CTENOPHARWCODONIDEUA).\Bert Muench Jieraerztl Wochenschr 108(2).55-57. 1995 
In German wilh English sumrn, FR 40(2] 

[Inst Zool,, Fischereibiol. & Fischkrankheiten, Univ Muendien, Muencben, Germany] 

95003319 Holt,C,D Hirst; A Sutherland and F MacDonald DISCRIMINATION OFSPECIESINTHE GENUS 
LISTERIA BY FOURIER TRANSFORM INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY AND CANONICAL VARIATE ANALYSIS 
Appf Environ Microbioi 61(1) 377-378. 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Hannah Res Inst, Ayr KA6 5HL, Scotland tel:0292-7601 3, fax 0292-671052, e-mail holtcSuk ac sari hnl 

95003320 Hsu, Hui-Min, Gregory A Wooster and Paul R, Bowser TISSUE DISTRIBUTION OF 
ENROFLOXACIN IN F1NGERLING RAINBOW TROUT ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS FOLLOWING DIFFERENT 
DOSES OF ORAL ADMINISTRATION./ World Aquacult Soc 25(4)535-540, 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Bowser: Dep Avian & Aquat Anim Med, Coll Vet, Med , Cornell Univ, Ithaca, NY 14853] 

95-003321 Husevag, Bente. STARVATION SURVIVAL OF THE FISH PATHOGEN AEKOMONAS 
SALMONICIDA IN SEAWATER FEMS (Fed fur Microbio! Soc) Microbiol Ecol 16(1)25-32 1995 FR 40(2) 
IDep Microbioi & Ptent Physiol , Univ. Bergen, Jahnebakken 5, 5020 Bergen, Norway] 

95003322 Johnson, Erik L. LACERATIONS IN KOI, Trap Fish Hobbyist 43(8} 72-76 1995 FR 40(2) 
Cyprmus carpio 

95-003323 Kaup, F,-J and W Korting. SPOROZQON JINCAE INFECTION IN TENCH, AN 
ULTRASTRUCTURAL INVESTIGATION. Dis Aquat Org 20(2) 143-151 1994, FR 40(2) 

(Exp. Palhol , German Primate Cent, (DPZ), Kellnerweg 4, D-37077 Goeitmgen, Germany) T/fica (if it a in 
Germany 

95-003324 Klein, Thomas C, INTRACELLULAR SURVIVAL AND MULTIPLICATION OF RCNMAC7ERHJM 
SALMONtNARUM WITHIN CULTURED MACROPHAGES FROM RAINBOW TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS 
MYKISS} MS Ihesis, Univ. Prince Edward fsland (Canada) 187p. 1992. From Masters Abstr Int 32(1) 181, 1994. 
Order No MAMM77647, FR 40(2} 

95003325 Kleinholz, Conrad W and George W. Luker EVALUATION OF AN ENCLOSURE FOR BATH 
TREATMENT OF CAGED FISH / App! Aquacull 4(3)'71-78 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Aquacult Res- & Ext Program, Langston Univ,, Langslon, OK 7J050] /cia/urus punclatus 

95 003326 Morila, Jun, Satoru Suzuki and Ruchi Kusuda PROTEASE PRODUCTION PROFILES OF THL HSU 
PATHOGEN USTONELIAANGUILIARA BASED ON SUBSTRATE SPECIFICITIES Fish ic 60(6):741-745 1994. 

(Suzuki Fish Dis Lab,Fac Agnc, Kocln Univ, Nankoju, Kochi 783, )apan] 



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95-003327 Mulvey, Brian THE SIDE EFFECTS OF ALUM WHCN USED AS AN ADJUVANT IN AN 

ALRQMQNAS SALMONICIDA BACTERIN MS thesis, Univ Wash 1992 FR 40(2) 

95003338 Nieto, J M,S Devesa, I Quiroga ami A E Toranio PATHOLOGY OF ENUROCOCCUS SP 
INFECTION IN FARMED TURBOT, SCOPHTHALMU5 MAXtMUS L } Fish Da 18(1)21-30 1905 fR 40(2) 

[Toranzo Dep Microbiol & Parasitol, Fac Biol , Univ Santiago de Compostclis, E-15706 Santiago de 
Compostela, Spam] 

95-003329 O'Halloran, ) , K Coombs, E Carpenter, K Whitman and G Johnson PRESCRIBING A TLANTIC 
SALMON, SALMO SALAR L , BROODSTOCK FOR THE PRESENCE OF RENIBACIERtUM SALMONINARUM BY 
INDIRECT FLUORESCENT ANTIBODY TESTING / Fish Dis 18(1).S3 85. 1995 FR40(2) 

[New Brunswick Dep Fish & Aquacijlt,, P O Box 129, 85 Ml. Pleasant Rd, Si George, Nli, Canad,i EOG 
2YO) 

95-003330 Oladosu, G A, O A Aymla and M O Ajiboye AETIOLOGY, EPIZOOTIOLOCY AMD 
PATHOLOGY OF 'RUSTY-YELLOW SKIN DISCOLOURATION OF TILAPIA SPECIES ORfOCHROMB 
NliOJICUS AND TILAPIA ZILU I App! Ichlhyol 10(2-3) 196203 1994. iR 40(2) 

(African Reg Aquacult Cent , Nigerian Insl Oceanogr & Mar. Res , P M B. 5 1 22, Porl Harcourt, Nigeria! 

95-003331 Onarheim, Anne Melte, Ragnluld Wnk; Julia Burghardt and Erko Socket) ranch 
CHARACTERIZATION AND [DCNTIFI CATION OF TWO VIBRIO SPECIES INDIGENOUS TO THE INI F.STINE 
OF FISH IN COLD SEA WATER: DESCRIPTION OF VIBRIO ILIOPISCARIUS SP NOV Syst Appl Mtcrobiol 
17(3)370379.1994 FR 10(2) 

IT, Skreumg A/S, PO Box 3 19, N-4001 Stavanger, Norway] Sa/mo satar, Pollachtus wrens, Clupea harengus, 
and Cadus morhua 

95-00333? Palhiralne, A, G S Widanapathirana and W H S Chandrakanthi. ASSOCIATION OF 
AEROMONAS HYDROPHILA WITH EPIZOOTIC ULCERATIVC SYNDROME (EUS) OF FRESHWATER FISH IN 
SRI LANKA / Appl It/ithyo/ 10(2-3)-204-208 1994 FR40(2) 

[Dep Zool , Univ Kelaniya, Kelaniya, Sri Lanka] Elropfus surateiMis, C/ianna slrtata, Punlius sarana, Rnsbora 
f/amconius, Trichogaster pectora/is, Tor Wiuc/ree fong/spmis, and WaC/ago ,it(u 

95-003333 Press, C. McL. and A Lillehaug. VACCINATION IN EUROPCAN SALMONID AQUACU1-TURt A 
REVIEW OF PRACTICES AND PROSPECTS Br Vet I 151(1)45 69 1995 FR40(2) 

|Dcp Morpliol , Genet. & Aqual. Biol , Norwegian Coll Vet Med , Box 81 46 Dep , 0033 Oslo, Norway] 

95-00(334 Rashid, M Maninur, Takayuki Mekucln, Toshihiro Nakai andKiyokuni MuToga A SEROLOGICAL 
STUDY ON HDWARDSIEilA TARDA STRAINS ISOLATED FROM DISEASED JAPANESE FLOUNDER 
(PARALICl-nHYS OLIVACEUS) Fis/iPalhnf 29(4) 219, 277, 1994. In English with Japanese summ FR 40(2) 
JFac Appl. Biol Sci,, Hiroshima Univ, Kagamiyama, Higashi-Hiroshima 724, Japan] 

95-003335 Rashid, M Mamruir, Kazumitsu Honda; Toslnhiro Nakai and KiyokuniMuroga AN ECOLOGICAL 
STUDY ON CDWARDS/ELM TARDA IN FLOUNDER FARMS fts/i Pbt/io/ 29(4):219, 221-227. 1994 In English 
with Japanese summ. FR 40(2) 

IMuroga Fac Appl Biol Sci, Hiroshima Univ, Kagamiyarrta, Higashi-Hiroshima 724, Japan] Para/fdiinys 
o/ivaceui in japan 

95 003336 Reite, Ola B. and Oystein Evensen MAST CLLLS IN THE SWIMBLADDER OF ATLANTIC SALMON 
SALMO SALAR HISTOCHEMISTRY AND RESPONSES TO COMPOUND 48/BQ AND 
FORMALIN-INACTIVATED AEROMONAS SALMONICtDA. Dis Aquat Dry 20(2),95-100 1994 f R 40(2) 

JDep Morphol, Genel. & Aqua! Biol., Norwegian Coll Vet Med, PO Box &I46 Dep,, N-0033 Oslo, 
Norway] 

95003337 Rodger, H D,, V, Inglis and R H. Richards. EFFECT OF TRENBOLONE ACETATE ON 
DEVELOPMENT OF ATLANTIC SALMON SKIN AND THE LACK OF EPIDERMAL PROTECTION AGAINST 
LABORATORY-INDUCED FURUNCULOSIS./ Aquat Anim Health 7(1)'50 53 1995 FR40{2) 
[Inst, Aquacult , Univ Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland] 5afmo sa/ar, 

95-003338 Rollm, Sylvie, EVALUATION OF FIORFCNICOL IN THE TREATMENT OF ENTERIC SEPTICEMIA 
OF CATFISH MS thesis, Mist, Stale Univ. 66p, 1992 from Masters Abstr Int 32(1) 190 1994. Order No 
MA1353415 FR 40(2) 
Icialurus punctatus 

95 003339 Skov, Marianne N ; Karl Pedersen and )ens Laurits Larsen, COMPARISON OF PULSED FIELD GCL 
ELECTROPHORESIS, RIBOTYPING, AND PLASMID PROFILING FOR TYPING OF VIBRIO ANGUILIARUM 
SEROVAROI.App/ Cnviron. Miuobiol 61(4).1540-1545. 1995. FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Vet Microbiol , Royal Vet & Agric, Univ, Bulowsvej 13, DK-1 870 Fredenksberg C, Denmark fax45 
35 282757| Oncor/iync/ius myksss, O ktsutch, Sa/mo sa/ar, 5cop/n/ia/mus maxuntis, P/ecogfossus a/iive/u, 
Dicentrarchus tabrax, and Sparus auratus, 

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95003340 Stromsheim, A, D M, Eide, P O Hofgaard, H J S Larscn, T Refstie and K H Roed GENETIC 
VARIATION IN THE HUMORAL IMMUNE RESPONSE AGAINST VIBRIO WMON/C/DA AND IN ANTIBODY 
TITRE AGAINST VIBRIO ANGUILIARUM AND TOTAL IgM IN ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO SAIAR) Vet 
Immunoi fmmunopat/ioj 44(1)>8595 199-1 FR 40(2) 

jDep Pharmacol, Microbiol, & Food Hygiene, Norwegian Coll Vet Med, Oslo, Norway] 

95 003341 Sugila, Haruo, Tomoyoshi Nakamura, Katsunao Tanaka and Yoshiaki Deguchi IDENTIFICATION 
OF O/129-SENSITIVE AEROMONAS BY THE MICROPLATE HYBRIDIZATION METHOD Hs/i Sci 
60(3)151-352 1994, FR 40(2) 

{Dep Fish,, Nihon Univ,, Shimoumn, Setagaya, Tokyo 154, Japan] 

95-OOJ342 Suzuki, Satoru, Toshihide Suenobu, Hiroto Maeda and Ruchi Kusuda. ACCELERATION OF THE 
OCCURRENCE OF VIBRIOSIS IN AYU PLECOCLOSSUS ALTIVELIS BY CYANOBACTERIAL PICOPLANKTON 
SWECHOCOCCUS SP. fish So &0(6) 713-716, 1994 FR 40(2} 

[Fish Dis. Lab,, Fac. Agnc , Kochi Umv , Nankoku, Kochi 783, Japan] 

95003343 Timchenko, Nelly F, Victoria A. Zahaleva, Ludmila P Xodakova and Elena V Vehgorskaya 
INTERACTION BETWEEN YERSlNIA PSEUDOJUBtRCULOStS AND Y EN7EROCOU7ICA AND FISH CELLS. 
Microbf'os 79(321) 215-222, 1994 FR40(2) 

(Insl Epidemiol & Microbiol,, Acad Med. Sci, 690028 Vladivostok, Russia) 

95-003344 Toyama, Taka&ht; Kumiko Kita-rsukamoto and Hisatsugu Wakabayashi. IDENTIFICATION OF 
CYTQPHACA PSYCHROPHILA BY PCR TARGETED 165 RIBOSOMAL RNA fish Paihot 29(4},219, 271-275 
1994. In English with Japanese summ FR 40{2) 

|Dep Fish,Fac Agnc, Univ, Tokyo, Yayoi 1-1-1, Bunkyo ku, Tokyo 113, Japan] 

95-003345 Wang, C D,, X T Fang and Lai Wang (PATHOGENIC FACTORS OF TAIWAN AQUATIC 
BACTERIA - EDWARDStELLA 7ARDA AND fMVOBACT&RfL/M RANACIDA ] COA fCounc. Agnc J Fish Ser No 
44 p 157-173, 1994. In Chinese. FR 40(2) 

95-003346 Yousif,A N,; L J Albright and T P.T.Evelyn PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A 
GALACTOSE SPECIFIC LECTIN FROM THE EGGS OF COHO SALMON ONCORHYNCHUS KISUTCH AND ITS 
INTERAC1ION WITH BACTERIALFISH PATHOGENS. Dis Aqual Org 20(2)127-136.1994 FR 40(2) 
[Inst. Aquacult Res , Dep Biol, Sci,, Simon Froser Univ , Burnaby, BC, Canada V5A 1 SG] 

FUNGAL DISEASES 

95003347 Chmabut, S-, R J. Roberts, G. R Wllloughby and M D. Pearson HISTOPATHOLOGY OF 
SNAKEHEAD, CHANNA HRIAJUS (BLOCH), EXPERIMENTALLY INFECTED WITH THE SPECIFIC 
APHANOMYCES FUNGUS ASSOCIATED WITH EPIZOOTIC ULCERATIVE SYNDROME (EUS) AT DIFFERENT 
TEMPERATURES / Fish Dis, 18(l)-41-47, 1995. FR 40(2) 

[Roberts. Insl Aquacult , Univ Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland] 

95 003348 Perez Hernandez, Luis. [USE OF ANTIFUNGAL AGENTS IN FISH CULTURE A REVIEW ] Vel. Mcx 
25(4):384 1994. Spanish abstract only. FR 40(2) 

95 003349 Wada, Shinpei, Kei Yuasa; Seong-an Rha; Kazuyo Nakamura and Kishio HataL HISTOPATHOLOGV 

OF AmANOMVOSINFECTIONlN DWARF GOURAMI(COUSAMtM) FishPathol 29(4)219,229-237 1994. 
In English with Japanese summ. FR 40(2) 

[Div. Fish D 1S , Nippon Vet. & Anim. Sci. Univ,, 1-7-1 Kyahnan, Musashmo, Tokyo 1 80, Japan] 

PROTOZOAN DISEASES 

95-003350 Bmgham, Willie Hmes, Jr. THE EFFECTS Of HYDROCORTISONE ON PROLIFERATE GILL 
DISEASE IN CHANNEL CATFISH Mi thesis, Mia State Umv 83p, 1994. From Masters Abstr. Int. 33(1) 187 
1995 Order No, MAI 357735. FR 40(2) 
JctaJuruspunctatus, 

95-OQ3351 Bryant, M, S.; R. J, C Lester and R. ). Whittmgton IMMUNOGENICITY OF AMOEBIC ANTIGENS 
IN RAINBOW TROUT, ONCOftHYNCHUS MYKISS (WALBAUM), / Fish Dis 18(1)-9-19 1995 FR 40(2) 
(Whlttmglon, Elizabeth Macarthur Agnc. Inst , PMB 8, Camden, N.S.W 2570, Australia] Sa/mo satar 

95 003352 Cover, Charles E. and Guat Lian Kreamer. DIAGNOSTIC EXERCISE. MORTALITY IN RAINBOW 
TROUT Lab Anim Sa 45(1}:96-100, 1995, FR 40(2) 

[Haskell Lab, Toxicol. & Ind, Med, E.I Du Pont Co,, P.O. Box 50, Elkton Rd, Newark, DE 19714] 
O/Komyncnus mykiss ' 

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95-003353 )endrysek, Simone, Dieter Stemlugen, Wolfgang Drommer and Wolfgang Korting CARP 
COCCIDIOSIS INTESTINAL HISTO- AND CYTOPATHOLOCY UNDER COU55/A CARPELLl INFECTION Dis 
Aquat Org 20(3)171-182 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Fisli Dis Res Unit, School Vet Med, Buenteweg 17, D 30559 Hannover, Germany] Cypnnus carp<o 

95 003354 (essop, B M, tCHWOPHTMRJUS MULWILIIS IN ELVERS AND SMALL AMERICAN EELS FROM 
THE EAST RIVER, NOVA SCOTIA / Aquat Arum Health 7(1} 54-57 1995 FR 40(2) 
(Dep Fish & Oceans, PO Box 550 Halifax NS, Canada B3J 2S7] Anguilla tostrala 

95-003355 Kent, Michael L and Sheila C Dawe EFFICACY OF FUMACILLIN DCH AGAINST 
EXPERIMENTALLY INDUCED LOMA SALMONAE (M1CROSPOREA) INFECTIONS IN CHINOOK SALMON 
ONCORHYNCHUS TSHAWYTSCHA Dis Aquat Org 20(3)231-233 1994 FR 40(2) 
[Dep Cish, & Oceans, Biol Sci Branch, Pac Biol Stn, Nanaimo, BC, Canada V9R 5K6] 

95-003356 Kovaleva A A 2 S Donets and M G Kolesnikova |NEW MYXOiPORM SPECIES 
(CNIDOSPORA) FROM THE BLACK SEA FISHES ] Vesi/1 Zoo/ No 5 p 75-79 1989 In Russian with English 
summ FR40(2) 

95 003357 Landsberg, )an H and Barbara A Blakesley SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPE STUDY OF 
BROOKLYNEUA HOS1ILIS (PROTISTA, CILIOPHORA) ISOLATED FROM THE GILLS OF GRAY AND FRENCH 
ANGELFISH IN FLORIDA / Aquat Arum Health 7(1 } 58-62 1 995, PR 40(2) 

[Mar.Res lnst,Dep Environ Prot, 1001 ightliAve, Southeast, Si Petersburg, FL 33701-5095] Pomacanl/ms 
arcuatus and P paru. 

95-003358 O'Donoghue, Petor ]. CRYPTOSPORIDIUM AND CRYPTOSPOR1DIOSIS IN MAN AND 
ANIMALS, tot / Paras/to/ 25(2}:139-195 1995. FR 40(2) 

[Dep Parasitol, Univ Queensland, Brisbane, Qld 4072, Australia] 

95-003359 Poynton, Sarah L CLINICALLY SIGNIFICANT PROTOZOAL PARASITES Of FISHES N Am Vet 
Con(. Vet Proc Vol.9 p 543-545 1995, FR 40(2) 

[Dfv Comp Med, 4lh Floor Ross Res Bldg, Johns Hopkins Umv School Med,, 720 Rutland Ave,, Baltimore, 
MD21205] 

95-003360 Sagovia Salinas, Feliciano; Fernando )imenG?-Guzman and Enrique Ramirez-Bon REDE-SCRIPTION 1 
AND ULTRASTRUCTURE OF MVXOBOLUS NUEVOLEONEN5fS(MYXOSPOREA D1VALVULEA), A PARASITE 
OF THE SHORTFIN MOLLY AND GUPPY / Aquat Amm Health 7(1) 70 74 1995 FR 40(2) 

|Lab Parasitol., Fac Cienc, Biol , Univ Antonoma, Apdo. Postal 22-F, San Nicolas Garza, Nucvo Leon, Mexico 
6645 1 1 Poeci/m reticu/ata and P mexicana in Mexico 

95-003361 Wooster, G A, and P R Bowser. UNUSUAL INFECTION OF RAINBOW TROUT 
GNCORHYNCHUSMVK/SS BY THE PROTOZOAN CCHEPS SP (CILIOPHORA- PROSTOMATEA) IN A CLOSED 
REC1RCULATIONAQUACULTURE SYSTEM I World Aquacult 5oc 25(4) 566-570. 1994. FR 40(2} 
[Bowser Dep Avian & Aquat Anim. Med, Coll Vet, Med,, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY 14B53 6401 1 

95-003362 Wright, Andre-Denis G. and Denis H Lynn PHYLOGENY OF THE FISH PARASITE 
ICmHYOPHTHIRlUS AND ITS RELATIVES OPHRYOGLENA AND TETRAHYMENA (CILIOPHORA, 
HYMENOSTOMATIA) INFERRED FROM IBS R1BOSOMAL RN A SEQUENCES. Mo/ Biol Evol, 12(2) 205 290. 
1995. FR 40(2) 

[Dep Zool , Univ. Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada] 

VIRAL DISEASES 

95-003363 Biermg, Eirik; Frank Nilsen, Odd Magne Rodseth andjohan Clelte. SUSCEPTIBILITY OF ATLANTIC 
HALIBUT H(PPOCtOSSUSHiPPOCtOS5US TO INFECTIOUS PANCREATIC NECROSIS VIRUS Dis Aquat Org 
20(3):183-190 1994 FR40(2) 

[Inst. Mar Re;,., Dep. Aquacult , P.O. Box 1 870, N-5024 Borgen Nordnes, Norway] 

95-003364 Chiou, Pmwen P; Barbaras DroletandJo-AnnC Leong POLYMERASECHAIN AMPLIFICATION 
OF INFECTIOUS HEMATOPO1CTIC NECROSIS VIRUS RNA EXTRACTED FROM FIXED AND EMBEDDED FISH 
TISSUE J Aquat Amm Health 7(1)'9-15, 1995 fR40(2) 

JLeong- Cent Salmon Dis. Res. & Dep. Microbiol , Oreg. State Univ, Corvallis 97331-3804] Oncorbxnchus 
mykiss 

95 003365 Davison, Andrew ] and Matthew D Davison, IDENTIFICATION OF STRUCTURAL PROTEINS OF 
CHANNEL CATFISH VIRUS BY MASS SPECTROMETRY Virology 20&(2)-1035-1043, 1995. FR 10(2) 
(MRC Virol. Unit, Inst Virol,, Church SI , Glasgow C1 1 5JR, Scotland] ictahirus punclatus. 

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95-003366 Evensen, Oystein, Willy Meier, Thomas Wahli, Niels ) Olesen, Poul E Vestergard Jorgensen and 
Tore Hastein. COMPARISON OF IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY AND VIRUS CULTIVATION FOR DETECTION 
OF VIRAL HAEMORRHAGIC SEPTICAEMIA VIRUS IN EXPERIMENTALLY INFECTED RAINBOW TROUT 
ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS. Dis. Aqual Org 20(2)101-109 1994 FR 40(2) 
]Cenl Vet Lab, Dep Palhol , P.O. Box.8156 Dep,, N-0033 Oslo, Norway] 

95 003367 Hednck, R P ; S. E LaPatra, S Yun, K A. Lauda, G R Jones, J L Congleton and P de Kmkolin 
INDUCTION OF PROTECTION FROM INFECTIOUS HEMATOPOIETIC NECROSIS VIRUS IN RAINBOW 
TROUT ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS BY PRE-EXPOSURE TO THE AVIRULENT CUTTHROAT TROUT VIRUS 
(CTV) Dis Aquat Org 20(2), 111-118 1994 FR 40(2) 
[Dep Med & EpidemioL, Univ. Calif, Davis 95616] 

95003368 LaPatra, S, E , K. A Lauda and G, R. Jones ANTIGENIC VARIANTS OF INFECTIOUS 
HEMATOPOIETIC NECROSIS VIRUS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR VACCINE DEVELOPMENT Dis Aquat Org 
20(2) 119-126 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Clear Springs Foods, Inf , P O. Box 71 2, Buhl, ID 83316] Onccrhyncbus rnykiss 

95-003369 Luo, Z, F ; N. Y Tian, S. R Zhou and G X Guo, [THE PRODUCTION OF INFECTIOUS 
PANCREATIC NECROSIS VIRUS (IPNV) ANTIGEN BY pYPLT 7 SYSTEM ] COA fCounc AgncJ Ftsti Ser No. 44 
p 148156,1994 In Chinese. FR 40(2) 

95-003370 Margenau, Terry L, Susan V, Marcquenski, Paul W Rasmussen and Elizabeth MacConnell 
PREVALENCEOFBLUESPOTDISEASE(ESOCIDHERPESVIRUS-I) ON NORTHERN PIKE AND MUSKELLUNCE 
IN WISCONSIN / Aquat-Ansm Heallfi 7(l)-29-33 1995 FR40(2) 

[Dep Nat Resour , P.O, Box 309, Spooner, Wl S4801 ] fsox luctus and E masqumongy 

95-003371 McAllister, P. E andW J, Owens ASSESSMENTOFTHEVIRULENCEOFFISH ANDMOLLUSCAN 
ISOLATES OF INFECTIOUS PANCREATIC NECROSIS VIRUS FOR SALMONID FISH BY CHALLENGE OF 
BROOKTROUT,S^LVtfNL/SfONTfNAil5(MITCHILL) /. Fis/i Dis 18(1).97-103 1995 FR40(2) 
[Nail Fish Health Res. Lab , 1 700 Leetown Rd , Kearneysville, WV 25430] 

95 003372 Munday, B. L; T. Nakai and H, D Nguyen ANTIGENIC RELATIONSHIP OF THE PICORNA-LIKE 
VIRUS OF LARVAL BARRAMUNDI, LATES CALCARtFER BLOCH TO THE NODAVIRUS OF LARVAL STRIPED 
]ACK,P5EUDQCAftANXDENTEX(BLOCH& SCHNEIDER) Aust Vei I 71(11)384-305 1994. FR 40(2) 
[Dep. Aquacult.Uruv. Tasmania, P.O, Box 1214, Launceston, Tasm, 7250, Australia] 

95-003373 Myouga, Hisashi, Mamoru Yoshimizu; Isao Yumoto; Yoshio Ezura and Takahisa Kiniura 
PRODUCTION Of ANTI-INFECTIOUS HEMATOPOIETIC NECROSIS VIRUS (IHNV) SUBSTANCES BY 
IMMOBILIZED WHOLE LIVING CELLS OF AQUATIC BACTERIA IN A BIOREACTOR SYSTEM Fish So 
61(1):61-64, 1995 FR 40{2) 

[Lab Microbiol , Fac Fish., Hokkaido Umv, Hakodate, Hokkaido 041, Japan] 

95-003374 Novoa, B-; C Rivas, A E Toranzo and A, Figuer-is. PATHOGENtCITY OF BiRNAVIRUSES 
ISOLATED FROM TURBOT (SCOPHTHALMUS MAX1MUS)- COMPARISON WITH REFERENCE SEROTYPES OF 
IPNV.Aqwacufture 130(1 ):7-14. 1995 FR40(2) 

[Figueras Inst. Invest. Mar , CSIC, Eduardo Cabello 6, 36208 Vigo, Spamj Oncorhynchus myfciss 

95003375 Poulet, F. M.; V M. Vogt, P. R Bowser and J W Casey, IN SITU HYBRIDIZATION AND 
IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL STUDY OF WALLEYE DERMAL SARCOMA VIRUS (WDSV) NUCLEIC ACIDS 
ANDPROTEtNSINSPQNrANEOUSSARCOMASOFADULTWALLEYEfST/ZOSTED/ONWTKEL/M) Vet Patlio! 
32(2)-162-172 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Avian & Aquat Anim Med, College Vet. Med, Cornell Umv,, Ithaca, NY 14853] 

95-003376 Tarrab, Eslher, L Berthiaume; S Grothe, M O'Connor McCourt, ] Heppell and ) Lecomle. 
EVIDENCE OF A MAJOR NEUTRALIZABLECONFORMATIONAL EPITOPE REGION ON VP2 OF INFECTIOUS 
PANCREATIC NECROSIS VIRUS I Gen V I{O I 76(3)551.558 1995 FR 40{2) 

[Lecornte Inst Armand-Frappier, Cem Rech. Virol . 531 Blvd Prairies, Laval, PQ, Canada H7N 4Z3. 
fax+1514 6865626] 

95-003377 Xu, Y. 1; M, X Chen; D. P, Yu and J, L Wu [THE IN SITU HYBRIDIZATION TECHNIQUE FOR 
INFECTIOUS PANCREATIC NECROSIS VIRUS.] COA fCounc Ague) Fish Ser No. 44 p 195-207 1994 In 
Chinese. fR 40(2) 

OTHfR DISEASES AND PARASITES 

95-003378 Acosta Jimenez, Ernesto [INTESTINAL HISTOPATHOLOCY ASSOCIATED WITH THE PREStNCC 
OF BOTHRIOCZPHALUS ACHBLOGWATHf IN THE COMMON CARP (CYPRINUS CARPIO COMMUNtS) 
MIRROR CARP (CYPRWUS CARPIO SPKUIARIS) AND A NATIVE SPECIES (GIRARDINtChnHYS VIVIPARUS) 
OFTHELAGOLETARESERVOIR,STATEOFMEXICQ] Vei Mex 25(3)-282 1994 Spanish abstract only. FR 40(2} 

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95003379 Anzelmuller, Kurt, Horst Taraschewski, Chnstin Filipponi, Gisela Werner nnd Nikolaus Weber 
LIPIDS OF FISH PARASITES AND THEIR HOSTS FATTY ACIDS OF PHOSPHOLIPIDS OF PARATNU/SNT/i 
AMBICUUS AND ITS HOST EEL (ANGUILLA ANGUILIA) Comp Biochem Physio/ B Btocnem Mo/ Bial 
109(2-3)383-389 1994 FR40I2} 

(Insl Chem & Physik Fetle, BAGKF, Piusalee 76, D-48147 Muenster, Cermany lei 0251 43510, 
fax 0251-519275] 

95 003380 Akram, Muhammad STUDIES ON HOST PARASITE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MARINE FOOD 
FISHES OF S1NDH CREEKS AND CUCULLANID PARASITES (CUCULLANIDAE NEMATODA) IN PAKISTAN 
Pafc / Zoo/ 26(2)182-185 1994 FR 40(2) 

(Zool, Surv Dep , Karachi, Pakistan) Muraenesox cinereus 

95 003381 Amm, Omar M. and Bahram S Dezfuli TAXONOMIC NOTES ON POLYACANTHORHYNCHUS 
KCNYENSIS (ACANTHOCEPHALA POLYACANTHORHYNCHIDAE) FROM LAKE NAIVASHA, KENYA / 
Parasilo/ 01(1)76-79 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Inst Parasitic Dis,, P O Box 28372, Tempe, AZ 85285-8372] Ti/apia zilli, T Jeucosticla, and Micropterus 
sa'mo/c/es 

95-003382 Arthur, J R, S E Regidor and E Albert REDESCRIPTION OF CAVtSOMA MAGNUM 
(SOUTHWELL, 1 927) (ACANTHOCEPHALA CAVISOMIDAE) FROM THE MILKFISH, CHANQS CHANOS, IN 
THE PHILIPPINES I Helmmthol Sac Wash 62(1) 39-43, 1995 FR 40(2} 

|Dep Fish & Oceans, Maurice Lamontagne Inst, PO Box 1000, Mont-Joli, PQ, Canada G5H 3Z4) 

95-003383 Bilong Bilong, C F,, E Birgi and L, Euzet \UROGYRUS CiCHLIDARUM GENNOV, SPNOV, 
UROGYRIDAE FAMNOV, A MONOGENE PARASITE OF THE URINARY BLADDER OF CICHLID FISH IN 
CAMEROON ] Can I Zoo/ 72(3) 561-566. 1994 In French with English summ FR 40(2} 

[Lab Biol Gen, Fac Sci, Univ Yaounde I, B,P 812, Yaounde, Cameroon] C/iromidoti/apia balesi, 
Nanochromis caudifasctatus, Pungu mac/arem, Stomatepia pinc/u, and Ti/apia. 

95-003384 Bray, R. A, ORDER NIPPOTAENIIDEA YAMAGUTI, 1939. In Keys lo the Cestoc/e Parasites of 
Vertebrates L f Khalil.A /ones, and R A Bray, editors p. 253-255 1994 FR 40(2) 
(Dep. Zool , N<it Hist Mus , Cromwell Rd, London SW7 5BD, England] 

95-003385 Bray, R A,; A tones and K I Andersen ORDER PSEUDOPHYLLIDEA CARDS, 1 8&3. In, Keys to 
(he Ceslode Parasiles of Vertebrates L F Klmltl, A /ones, and R A Bray, editors p 205-247, 1 994 FR 40(2) 
|Dep Zool., Matt. Hist. Mus., Cromwell Rd., London SW7 5BD, England) 

95-003386 Brooks, Daniel R and Ramiro Barnga,5ERND/PDeBORAf/AeN GEN ANDN SP (EUCESTODA 
TETRAPHYLLIDEA, SEREND1PIDAE N FAM ) IN RHINOPTERA SWNDACHNZRl EVERMANN AND JENKINS, 
1891 (CHONDRICHTHYES MYLIOBATIFORME5 MYLIOBATIDAE} FROM SOUTHEASTERN ECUADOR } 
Parasilo/ 81(1)8084 1995 FR 40(2} 

[Dep Zool , Univ Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada M5S 1A1 ] 

95 003387 Bunion, Tracie E. EXCLUSION OF COPPER FROM ALTERED HEPATOCYTES IN WHITE PERCH 
(MORONE AMERICANA) WITH HEPATIC COPPER STORAGf / VV/Wi Dis 31(1}.D91D) 1995.FR40(2} 
[Div Comp Med , Johns Hopkins Univ School Mod., Baltimore, MD 21 205| 

95003388 Bur, Michael T. INCIDENCE OF THE LEECH AC7INOHOELLA PCDICUIATA ON FRESHWATER 
DRUM IN LAKE ERIE ) Gi Lakes Res 20(4) 768-770. 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Natl Biol Surv, Great Lakes Sci Cent, Ann Arbor, Ml 48105] Aplodmoitts grunnicns 

95-003389 Caira, J. N and David J Orringer ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON THE MORPHOLOGY OF 
POT/WOTRYCONOCeSTU5 MAGDALENENSI5 (THRAPHYLLIDAE ONCHOBOTHRIIDAE) PROM THE 
FRESHWATER STINGRAY POMMOTRyCON MAGDALLNAC IN COLOMBIA. / Hetminlhol Soc Wash 
62(1), 22-26 199S FR 40(2) 

[Dep Ecol &Evol Biol, Univ, Conn,, Storrs 06269 3043J 

95-003390 Campbell, R. A and I Bevendge. ORDER TRYPANORHYNCHA DIESING, 1863. In Keys to the 
Cestode Parasites of Vertebrates L r Khalil,A /ones and R A Cray, editors p 51-148 1994, FR 40(2) 
[Dep. Biol , Univ Mass -Dartmouth, North Dartmouth 02747-2300] 

95 003391 Chabaud, Alain G. and Odile Bain THE EVOLUTIONARY EXPANSION OF THE SPIRURIDA. tot 
/ Parasite/ 24(8)11791201 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Lab Biol Parasitaire, Prolistol & Helminlhol, 61 Rue Buffon, 75231 Pans cedexQS, Trance^ 

95003392 Chandler, Mark; Lauren] Chapman and Colin A Chapman PATCHINESS IN THE ABUNDANCE 
OF METACERCARIAE PARASITIZING POKILIA QU(POECILIIDAC) ISOLATED IN POOLS OF AN 
INTERMITTENT TROPICAL STREAM Cnwron Bio/ Fishes 42(3)-313-321 1*)95 FR 40(2} 
jEdgerton Res Lab , New England Aquarium, Central Wharf, Boston, MA 021 1 0| 

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95003393 ClouUnan, Donald G. DACTYIOCVRL/S CREENEI SP N (MONOGENEA DACTYLOGYRIDAE) 
FROM THE WEDGESPOT SHINER, NOTROPIS CREENEI HUBBS AND ORTENBURGER {PISCES CYPRINIDAE) 
I Helnunthol 5oc Wash 62(1):10 12. 1995 FR40(2) 

[Dep. Wild & Fish, Miss State Univ., Box 9690, Mississippi State 39762] 

95003394 Cone, David K,J Richard Arthur and Melba G Bondad Reantaso DESCRIPTION OF TWO NEW 
SPECIES OF GyRODACmUS VON NORDMANN, 1832 (MONOGENEA) FROM CULTURED NILE TILAPIA, 
TJMPMN/IOTJCA(CICHLIDAE), IN THE PHILIPPINES / Helmmthol Soc Wash 62{1),6-9 1995 FR40I2) 

[Dep Biol., Saint Mary's Umv, Halifax, NS, Canada B3H 3C3] 

95-003395 Cunningham, Emma J , Jayne F Tierney and Felicity A Huntmgford EFFECTS OF THE CESTODE 
SCHISTQCEPHAIUS SOUDUS ON FOOD INTAKE AND FORAGING DECISIONS IN THE THREE-SPINEO 
STICKLEBACK GASTfROSTEUS ACL/LEA TL/S Elfio/ogy 97(1) 65-75 1994 FR 40(2} 

[Hunlmgford: Div Environ & Evol. Biol , Inst Bionied & Life Sci, Univ. Glasgow, Glasgow Q12 8QQ, 
Scotland) 

95 003396 des Clers, S and K. Andersen. SEALWORM (PSEUDO7ERRANOVA DtCtPtENS) TRANSMISSION 
TO FISH TRAWLED FROM HVALER, OSLOFJORD, NORWAY / Fish Biol 46(1)8-17 1995 FR 40(2) 

(Renewable Resour. Assessment Croup, Imperial Coll Sci , Tcchnol & Med, 8 Prince's Gardens, London 
SW7 1 NA, England) Gat/us morhua, Enchelyopus cimbnus, Pleuronecles platessa, Hippoglossoides platessoides, 
Limanda limanda, and data for 34 other species 

95-003397 Diamani,Ariel,JinLoniandlva Dykova MYXIDIUM LEEI N SP., A PATHOGENIC MYXOSPOREAN 
OF CULTURED SEA B REAM SPARES AURATA Dis Aqua! O/g 20(2)137-141 1994 FR 40(2) 
[Israel Oceanogr & Limnol. Res. Ltd., Nail Cent Mancult, P.O Box 1212, Elat BB112, Israel] 

95003398 Euzel, L ORDER LECANICEPHALIDEA WARDLE & McLEOD, 1952 In Keys to the Cestode 

Parasites ol Vertebrates L FKhalH,A /ones, and R A Bray, editors p 195-204 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Lab. Parasitol. comp., Umv. Manlpellier II, Stn Mediterraneenne Environ Littoral, 1 Quai dc la Daurade, 
34200 Sete, France] 

95-003399 Euzet, L ORDERTtTRAPHYLLIDEACARUS, 1863, In Keys to the Ceslode Paranles of Vertebrates 
L F Khalil.A tones, and R A Bray, editors p. 149-194 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Lab. Parasitol. comp, Umv Monlpellter II, Stn Mediterraneenne Environ Littoral, 1 Quai de la Dauroda, 
34200 Sete, France] 

95-003400 Florcs Vergara, David {EVALUATION OF THE ANTHELMINTHIC EFFECT OF DRIED PAPAYA 
SEED (CARtCA PAPA YAl) ON 5PJROCAMALMNUS SP IN TILAPIA (OREOCHROMIS SP.) ] Vet Mex 25(3):293 
1994 Spanish abstract only FR 40(2) 



95-003401 French, Richard A, Mark A Mitchell and Matthew A Walllg A GILL FLUKE 
MOWOCNA)INBLUEDlSCUSFISH(5yMPW5ODONAEQU/MSCMT,4) / Small Exotic Amm Med 3(1(G-11 
1994. FR 40(2) 

[Dep Vet Pathobiol, Coll Vet Med,, Umv, III, Urbana 61B01] 

95-003402 Gayevskaya,A V and G, N, Rodyuk [NEW AND RARETREMATODA SPECIES FROM DEEP SL"A 
FISHES OFTHE SOUTH WEST ATLANTIC ] Vesln Zoo! No 5 p 11-15 1988 In Russian with English sumin 
FR 40(2) 

Dissoslic/ius e/e,gmo/des, Caelonncbus cannalus, and Macrounis holottachys 

95003403 Gibson, D. I, ORDER AMPHILINIDEA POCHE, 1922 In Keys lo the Cestode Parasites of 
Vertebrates L F Kha!il,A Jones, antlR A. Bray, editors p. 3-10 1994 FR 40(2) 

|Dep Zool, Nat Hist Mus., Cromwell Rd, London SW7 5BD, England] 

95003404 Gibson, D. I ORDER GYROCOTYLIDEA POCHE, 1926 In Keys to the Cestode P.iriisfles of 
Vertebrates L F Kbal&A tones, and R A Bray, editors p 11-13 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Zool , Nat, Hisl Mus , Cromwell Rd,, London SW7 5BD, England] Chimacra monstrosa 

95 003405 Gibson, D I ORDER SPATHEBOTHRIIDEA WARDLE & McLEOD, 1952 In' Keys to the Cestode 
ParastfesofVerlebrales L F Khaltl, A Jones, antiR A Bray, editors p 15-19. 1994. FR 40(2) 
[Dep Zool , Nat Hist. Mus , Cromwell Rd , London SW7 5BD, England] 

95 003406 Gibson, David I and Rodney A Bray THE EVOLUTIONARY EXPANSION AND HOST-F J ARASITE 
RELATIONSHIPS OF THE DIGENEA int I Parasitof 24(8)1213-1226.1994 FR 40(2) 
|Dep. Zool., Nat Hist. Mus, Cromwell Rd, London SW7 5BD, England] 

95-003407 Gonzalez Viera, Maria del Rocio. [BOTHRIOCEPHALOSIS IN CARP, THERAPY AND CONTROL- 
A REVIEW] Vet Mex 25(3)294 1994 Spanish abstract only FR 40(2) 
Cypnnus carpio 

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OTHER DISEASES AND PARASITES (Continued) 

95003408 Haas,W,M Korner, E Hutlerer, M Wegnor and B Haberl FINDING AND RECOGNITION OF 
THE SNAIL INTERMEDIATE HOSTS BY 3 SPECIES OF ECHINOSTOME CERCARIAE ftiras/lotagy 
110(2)133-142 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Inst Zool 1, Univ Erlangen-Nuernberg, Standlslr 5, D-91058 Erlangen, Germany! 5carr/mmi 



95-003409 Hahlbeck, Oca DIFFERENCES IN OCCURRENCE OFTHE NEMATODE/WGU/il/COM CMS5US 
IN EELS ANGUILLA ANGUIliA (I) FROM THE BALTIC SEA AND ADJACENT COASTAL WATERS AND 
FRESHWATER OF GERMANY Report of the 1994 Session of the EIFAC/ICES Working Group on Eel, Ovicdo, 
Spam, 26 September- J October 1994 EIFAC fEur Inland Fish Advis Comm } Occas Pap No 30 p. 7, 1 7 1994 
AbslracI only FR 40(2) 

[BundeslorschungSdnslalt Fisch, Insi OstseefisUi , Ander Jagerbaek 2, 18069 Rostock, Germany lel.49381 
81 0350, fax,49381 81 0445) 

95-003410 Hallett, S, L and F R. Roubal EXPERIMENTS ON THE INFECTION DYNAMICS OF CAUCUS 
EPIDEMICUS (COPEPODA CALICIDAE) ON THE SMALL MARINE FISH, AMUASSIS MARIANUS (GUNTHER) 
\ FishDis 18(1).5966 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Roubal Dep Parasitol, Univ Queensland, Brisbane, Qld 4072, Australia] 

95003411 Herbert, B W, F M Shaharom and I G Anderson HISTOPATHOLOGY OF CULTURED SEA 
BASS (MTES CALCARIFER) (CENTROPOMIDAE) INFECTED WITH CKUORICOLA MTCS (TREMATODA 
SANGUINICOLIDAE) FROM PULAU KETAM, MALAYSIA Int I Parasitol 25(1) 1-13 1995 FR 40(2) 
[Freshwater Fish. & Aquacull Cent , Kennedy Hwy , Walkamm, Qld , 487.2, Australia] 

95-003412 Ho, )u-Shey ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION OF THE PARASITIC CYCLOPOID COPEPODS. Jnl / 
Parasitol. 24(8), 1293-1300 1994 FR 40(2} 

[Dep Biol Sci, Calif State Univ, Long Beach 90840-3702) 

95-00341 3 Jafri, S. I. H and S S Ahmed SOME OBSERVATIONS ON MORTALITY IN MAJOR CARPS DUE 
TO FISH LICE AND THEIR CHEMICAL CONTROL. Pafc / Zooi 26(3) 274-276 1994, FR 40(2) 

[Dep Fresh Water Biol. & fish , Univ Sindh, Jamshoro-76080, Pakistan] Labeo rohita, Cat/.i catJa, and Orr/wnus 
mrigala in Pakistan. 

95 003414 Jones, A. ORDER HAPLOBOTHRIIDEA JOYEUX & BAER, 1961 In Kcyi to the Ceslode Parasites 
of Vertebrates L F Khalil.A tones, and R. A Bray, editors p 249-251 1094 FR 40(2) 

[Int Insi Parasitol, 395A Hatfield Rd, Si Albans, Herts AL4 OXU, England] Amia cafra, 

95003415 Jones,) B and B Delahunt PHLYCTAINOPI IOKA tAMNAE (NEMAFODA, PHILOMLTRIDAE) 
FROM DOGFISH SQUAWS ACANTHIAS OFF SOUTHERN NEW ZEALAND. Int I Paramo/ 25(3):395-397 
1995 FR40(2) 

|MAF Fish. Res , Greta Point, Wellington, New Zealand] 

95003416 Karlsbakk, E, THE OCCURRENCE OF METACERCARIAE OF fiUCEPHALOIDES GRACiLESCENS 
(DIGENEA' GASTCROSTOMATA) IN AN INTERMEDIATE HOST, THE FOUR BEARDED ROCKLING, 
ENCHCIYOPUS OMBRIUS (GADIDAE). /. r,sh Biol 46(1) 18-27, 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Zool. Inst , Univ Bergen, Allegaten 41, N-5007 Bergen, Norway] 

95-003417 Kearn, G C EVOLUTIONARY EXPANSION OF THE MONOGENEA, Int I Parasttol 
24(8}-1227-1271, 1994. FR 40(2) 

[School Biol, Sci , Univ E Anglia, Norwich NR4 7T), England] 

95-003418 Kearn, G C, I. D Wellington and R. Evans Cowing USE OF CEMENT FOR ATTACHMENT IN 
NEOCALCEOSJOMOIDES BRISBANENSIS, A CALCEOSTOMATINE MONOGENEAN FROM THL GILL 
CHAMBER OF THE BLUE CATFISH, ARIUS GRAiFFEl Int I Parasite/ 25(3):299-306. 1 995. FR 40(2) 
[School Biol. Sci , Univ East Anglia, Norwich NR4 7TJ, England] 

95-003419 Khahl, L F. ORDER DIPHYLLIDEA VAN BENEDEN IN CARUS, 1863. In 1 Keys to the Ccxocle 
Parasites of Vertebrates i F Khalil,A lones,andR A Bray, editors p, 4549 1994. FR 40(2) 
(Inl Inst Parasilol , 395A Hatfleld Rd., St Albans, Herts AL4 OXU, England] 

95-003420 Khalil, L. F , A Jones and R. A Bray KEYS TO THE CESTODE PARASITES OF VERTEBRATES CAB 
Int 75 Ip 1 994 Available at $1 53.00 (cloth) from Univ. Ariz. Press, 1 230 N. Park Ave., Suite 1 02, Tucson 8571 9 
tcl. 800 426-3797. FR 40(2) 

[Int. Inst. Parasitol., 395A Hatfield Rd , St Albans, Herts AL4 OXU, England] Selected chapters mdrxed in this 
issue of Fisheries Review 

95-003421 Kirk, R. S and J, W Lewis. THE DISTRIBUTION AND HOST RANGE OF SPECIES OF THE BLOOD 
FLUKE SANGUINICQLA IN BRITISH FRESHWATER FISH J He/minlherf. 68(4) 315-318 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Biol., Royal Holloway, Univ London, Egham, Surrey TW20 OCX, England) Rutilus rutilus, Cypnnus carpio, 
Carassi'us carassfus, Tinea tinea, &ox lucms, Leuciscus cephalus, and Perca fluviatrlis. 

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95-003422 Koha Anna and Berenice M M, Fernandas RHIPiDOCOTYLEGIBSONIM SP FROM A BRAZILIAN 
FRESHWATER FISH AND RHIPIDOCOTYLE FROESt N. SP FOR R BACULUM (LINTON, 1 905) OF ECKMANN 
(1932)(BUCEPHALIDAE, DIGENEA) Mem Inst Oswaldo Cru? Rio I 89(4) 567-570 1994 FR 40(2) 

|Lab Helmmtos Parasilos Peixes, Dep. Helmmtol, Inst, Oswaldo Cruz, Av Brasil 4365, 21045-900 Rio de 
Janeiro, RJ, Brazil] Acestrorhynchus lactistrrs 

95-003423 Krause, Jens and Jean Guy J Cadm INFLUENCE OF PARASITISM ON THE SHOALING 
BtHAVIOUROF BANDED K\lL\f\SH,FUNDUWSDIAPHANUS Gin / Zoo/ 72(10} 1775-1 779 1994 In English 
wilh French sunim FR 40(2| 

[Dep Brol, Ml Allison Univ, iackville> NB, Canada EOA 3CO] 

95-003424 Krilsky, Delane C , Walter A Boeger and Flavio Popazoglo NEOTROPICAL MONOCENOFDEA, 
22. VARIATION IN SCLERODUCTUS SPECIES (CYRODACTYLIDEA, GYRODACTYLIDAE) FROM SILURIFORM 
FISHES OF SOUTHEASTERN BRAZIL / Helmmthol Sac Wash 62(1)53-56, 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Coll Health Professions, Box 8090, Idaho Slate Univ, Pocaiello B3209 e-mail kntdela@isu cdu| Glanidmm 
m-e/anopierum, Parauchemptervs stnatiilus, Pimelodella, and Rhamdia quelen 

95003425 Lin, C-L, J-S Ho and S-N Chen TWO SPECIES OF CAUCUS (COPEPODA CALIGIDAE} 
PARASITIC ON BLACfc SEA BREAM (ACANTHOPACRUS SCHLECELi) CULTURED IN TAIWAN fish Ral/iol 
29(4)219,253-264 1994 In English with Japanese summ FR 40(2) 
[Dep, Aquacult, Nail Chiayj Irtst Agric, Chaiyi, Taiwan] 

95 003426 Mackiewitz, ) S ORDER CARYOPHYLLIDEA VAN BENEDEN IN CARUS, 1863 In Keys to the 
Cestode Parasites ol Vertebrates L F Khahl, A tones, and R A Bray, editors p 21-43 1994 FR40{2) 
[Dep, Biol. Sci , SUNY, Albany, NY 1222^] 

95 003427 Molnar, K EFFECT OF DECREASED WATER OXYGEN CONTENT ON COMMON CARP FRY 
WITH DACTYLOGYRUS VA5JATOR (MONOGENEA) INFECTION OF VARYING SEVERITY Du, Aquat Org 
20(2^153-157 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Vet. Med Res Inst, Hungarian AcarJ. Sci , PO Box 18, H-1581 Budapest, Hungary] Cypnnus carpio. 

95 003428 Molnar, K. FORMATION OF PARASITIC NODULES IN THE SWIMBLADDER AND INTESTINAL 
WALLS OF THE EEL ANCUIL LA ANGU1LLA DUE TO INFECTIONS WITH LARVAL STAGES OF ANGUILLICOLA 
CRASSUS Dis AquaC Org 20(3) 163-170 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Vet Med, Res Inst , Hungarian Acad So,PO Box18,H-1581 Budapest, Hungary] 

95 003429 Moravec, F, A Kohn and B M. M, Fernandes STRUCTURE OF THE CEPHALIC END OF TWO 
LITTLE KNOWN OXYUROID GENERA, TRAV'N^M PEREIRA, 1938 AND COSMOXYWMO/DE5 TRAVASSOS, 
1949, PARASITES OF FISHES, AS REVEALED BY SEM / Helminlhot 6B(4)-319-322 1994 FR 40(2} 

[Inst Parasilol, Acad Sa Czech Republic, Bramsovska 31, 37005 Ceske BudejOvice, Czech Republic] 
Astyanax b/macu/ali/s lacustris in Brazil 

95003430 Murugesh, Meenakshi MONOGENETIC TREMATODES FROM SCOMBRID FISHES OF THE 
VISAKHAPATNAM COAST, BAY OF BENGAl / Wat Hut 29(1) 1-26 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Zool , Andlira Univ , Visakhapatnam-530 003, Andhra Pradesh, India] Data for 1 1 species, 

95003431 Muzzall, Patrick M; C Robert Peebles; Jennifer L, Rosmski and David Hartson, PARASITIC 
COPEPODSONTHREESPECIESOFCENTRARCHIDS FROM GULL LAKE, MICHIGAN / Helmmthol Soc Wash 
62(1)4852.1995 FR40(2) 

[Dep. Zool , Nal SCF Bldg , Mich State Univ , East Lansing 48824] Ambloplites rupestrts, Lepomis yhbasus, 
L gulosus, Mtcropterus dolomieu, and M salmoides 

95003432 Ogavva, Kazuo and Mikio FukucEome MASS MORTALITY CAUSED BY BLOOD FLUKE 
(PARADEONTACYLIX) AMONG AMBERJACK (5ER/OM DUMERILI) IMPORTED TO JAPAN rtsh Pathol 
29(4):2I9, 265-269 1994 In English with Japanese summ FR 40(2) 

[Dep Fish, Fac. Agric, Univ Tokyo, Bunkyoku, Tokyo 11 3, Japan] 

95 003-433 Olcfewage, W H REDESCRIPTION OF ALEBION CARCHARIAE KROYER, 1 863 (COPEPODA, 
SIPHONOSTOMATOPDA) FROM 1SURUS OXYRHINCHUS IN SOUTH AFRICA Crustaceana (Leiden) 
680)^38-42 1995. In English wilh French, summ. FR 40(2) 

[Dep ZOP! , Rand Afrikaans Univ , P.O. Box 524, Johannesburg 2000, South Africa] 

95-003434 Olson, Peter D and Brent B. Nickol EFFECTS OF LOW TEMPERATURES ON THE DEVELOPMENT 
OPLEPTQRHYNCH01DES 7HECATUS (ACANTHOCEPHALA) IN LEPOMIS CYANELLUS (CENTRARCHIDAE) I 
Helmmthol Soc Wash 62(1):44-47 1995. FR 40(2) 

(Dep^Ecol &Evol Bio3,Umv Conn,75N Eagleville Rd, Starrs 062693043] 



FR 40{2) 94 



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FISHERIES REVIEW 

OTHER DISEASES AND PARASITES (Continued) 

95 003435 Paradis, Anne Reme and Francois Chnpleau [IMPACT OF BLACK SPOT DISEASE UPON THE 
BIOLOGY OF THE PHOXINUS COMPLEX (CYPR1NIDAE) OF LAKE FORTUNE, QUEBEC ] Can / Zoo! 
72(9) 1611 1615 1994 In French with English sirmm FR 40(2) 

(Ocean Sci Cent, Memorial Univ Newfoundland, Si-John's, NF, Canada A1C 5S7| P eos and f em x P 
neogaeus. 

95-003436 Parukhm, A M. (HELMINTH FAUNA OF THE WEST-INDIAN RIDGE FISHES ] Vest/) Zoo! No 5 
p 79-81 1989 In Russian FR 40(2) 

95-003437 Popoca Gonzalez, Roberto JGNATHOSTOMIASIS ZOONOSIS TRANSMITTED BY 
FRESHWATER FISHES. A REVIEW | Vet Mex 25(3)296 1994 Spanish abstract only FR 40(2) 

95-003438 Ramasamy, P; G P Brminan and D W Halton ULTRASTRUCTURE OF THE SURFACE 
STRUCTURES OF /UtOD/SCOCOTYLA DiACANJHI (POLYOPISTHOCOTYLEA MONOGENEA) FROM THE 
GILLS OF THE MARINE TELEOST FISH, SCOMBEROIDES TOL Inl i Pxasnol 25(1)43-54 1995 FR 40(2) 
|Dep Zool , Life Sci, Bldg,, Univ Madras, Madras-600 025, India] 

95-003439 Rego, A A ORDER PROTEOCEPHALIDEA MOLA, 1928 In Keys to the Cestodc Parasnc> nt 
Vertebrates L f Khalil,A tones, and R A Bray, editors p 257-293, 1994 FR 40(2} 

[Dep Helmmiol,, Inst. Oswaldo Cruz, Av Brasil 4365, C P 92&, 21045-900 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil] 

95-003440 Rohde, K THE ORIGINS OF PARASITISM IN THE PLATYHCLMINTHES Int } Parasilol 
24(8)1099-1115. 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Zool, Univ New England, Armidale, N SW 2351, Australia] Jrachinotus D/OC./U. 

95003441 Roktcki, Jerzy and Jolanta Morozmska PARASITIC COPEPODS FROM ISURUS OXYRINCIIUS 
RAFINESQUE, 1810, FROM THE CENTRAL ATLANTIC OCEAN Gusiacrana (Leiden) 68(1) 21-26 1995 In 
English wilh French summ FR 40(2) 

[Dep Invertebr Zool,, Univ. Gdansk, Al Pilsudskiego 46, 81-378 Gdynia, Poland] 

95 003442 Roubal, F R M1CROHABITATS, ATTACHMENT OF EGGS AND NISTOPATHOLOCY BY THE 



/fit I Parasttol 25(3)'293-298 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Parasitol,, Univ Queensland, Qld 4072, Australia] 

95-003443 Roubal, Frank R. INFECTION OF THE KIDNEY OF ACANTI IOPACRUS AUSTRALIS (PISCES- 
SPARIDAE) WITH SPHAEROSPORA SP (MYXOSPOREA), PKOSOKHYNCf IUS SP (DIGENEA), AND CYSTS OF 
UNKNOWN ORIGIN Dis Aquat Org 20(2):83-93 1994 FR 40(2) 
|Dep. Parasitol, Univ Queensland, Brisbane, Qld 4072, Australia] 

95-003444 Smith, Stephen B; Marc A Bloum and Michael J Mac ECOLOGICAL COMPARISONS OF LAKE 
ERIE TRIBUTARIES WITH ELEVATED INCIDENCE OF FISH TUMORSJ, Ct Lakes Res 20(4).7QI-71&. 1994 
FR40(2) 

(Bloum. Nail, Biol Surv, Great Lake:, Sci Cent,, 1451 Green Rd, Ann Arbor, Ml 4a~\Q5]Amcturitsncbulosus 
and data for 26 other species in Ohio. 

95-003445 Underwood, H.T. RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN ENDOHELMINTH FAUNA AND FEEDING HABITS 
IN THE ICHTHYOFAUNA OF THE UPPER SAN MARCOS RIVER Am Zool 34(5) 104 A. 1994, Abstract only. 
FR 40(2) 

[Tex A&M Univ, College Station 77843] 

95-003446 Utevsky, Serge Yu NEW INFORMATION ON THE DISTRIBUTION OP MARINE FISH LEECHES 
OF THE GENUS NOJOSTOMUM (HIRUDINEA PISCICOLIDAE). Can FieldNat 108(3):370 371 1994 
FR 40(2) 

[Dep, Zool, Kharkov State Univ, Kharkov 310077, Ukraine) 

95 003447 Velez Hernandez, Mayra Elizabeth (MICROSCOPIC FINDINGS ON GILLS OF COMMON CARP 
(CYPRINUS CARPtO COMMUNIS) ASSOCIATED WITH METACERCARIA OF CfWROGESTUS IORMOSANUS 
IN THE LACUNA DE AMELA, TECOMAN, COMMA, MEXICO.] Vet Mex 25(4)-387 1994 Spanish abstract 
only. FR 40(2) 

95-003448 Volterra, Laura. ALGAL TOXICITY IN FRESHWATER ENVIRONMENTS Strategies for Lake 
Ecosystem? Beyond 2000 Selected Papers from (he 5th International ILLC Conference, Strcsa '93 R de Bernard, 
R Pagnotla,andA Pugneili, editors Mem 1st Ital Idrobiol. Vol. 52. p, 281-299. 1993 FR 40(2) 
[1st, Supenore Sanita, Viale Regma Elena, 239, 00161 Roma, Italy] 

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FISHERIES REVIEW 

OTHER DISEASES AND PARASITES (Continued) 

95003449 Williams, M A and D Hoole I MMU NO LA BELLING OF FISH HOST MOIECULES ON THE 
TT-GUMENTAL SURFACE Or LICUIA INTEWNALK (CESTODA. PStUDOPHYLLIDEA) Int I Parautot 
2S(2).249 256 1995 FR 10(2) 

(Dep Btol Sci , Keele Univ , Keele, Staffordshire ST5 5BG, England] Ruulits rulilus and Cypnnus carpio 

95003450 Wtng, I) NILE L and D Adam Moles BEHAVIOR OF KOCINELA ANGUSJAJA (ISOPODA 
AEGIOAE),ANECTOPARASITt OF ALASKAN MARINEFI5HES Mtjuat Antm Health 7(1) 34-37 1<J95 FR<1Q(2} 

(Auke Bay Lab, Fish Sci. Cent, NMFS, 11305 Glacier Hwy, Kmeau, AK 998018626] Podol/iecus 
acipeiisermus, Lycocies brevipes, Lipans gibbus, Sefcastes uliAtiii, B/eps/as bilobus, Eumicrolremus orbis, and data 
for eight oilier species 

95-003451 Yang,C Z andl ] Albright. ANTI PHYTO PLANKTON THERAPY OF FINFISH THEMUCOLYTIC 
AGENT LCYSTEINE ETHYL ESTER PROTECTS COHO SALMON ONCGRHWCHUS KtSUTCH AGAINST THE 
HARMFUL PHYTOPLANKTEK CHAETOCEROS CONCAVICORMS Dis Aquat Org 20(3)197-202 1994 



[Irist Aquacult Res , Dep Biol Sci , Simon Fraser Univ , Burnaby, BC, Canada V5A 1 SG] 

95003452 Yea^er, ttriice L and Charles F Baylor FISH HOSTS FOR FOUR SPECIES OF FRESHWATER 
MUSSELS (PELECYPODA UNION1DAE) IN THE UPPER TENNESSEE RIVER DRAINAGE. Am Midi Nal 
133(1)16 1995 FR40U) 

(Water Manage, Tennessee Valley Authority, Norns, TN 37Q28[ fr/myjiax dissimilts, E msignis, Coitus 
carolfoae, Ft/ieosfoma blenntoidcs, E vuinciatum, E rufilmfalmn, siffloientm, Percina caprodcs, f sctera, an(i 
data for 38 other species in Tennessee 

POLLUTION 

95-003453 Ahle, Ronald C and Gerrll (oVisis DEVELOPMENT OF AN INDEX OF BIOTIC INTEGRITY fOR 
THE LOWER HEDMONT ECOREGION OF SOUTH CAROLINA USING STREAM FISH COMMUNITIES, Lake 
Reservoir Manage 9(2)'50 1994. Abstract only, TR 40(2) 

[Dep Nat Res-our, Div Wildl & Freshwater Fish, Romberl C Dennis Dldg, PO. Box 167, Columlna, SC 
29202 lel:803 734-27281 

95 003454 Ahlgren, Ingemar; Fred Sorensson, Tomas Waara and Katanna Vrede NITROGEN BUDGETS IN 
RELATION TO MICRO&IAL TRANSFORMATION IN LAKES, Ambio 23(6) 3G7-377 1 994. FR 40(2) 
|lnst Lininol , Norbyvagen 20, S 752 36 Uppsala, Sweden] 

95 003455 Arheimer, Bent and Hans B. WiUgron MODLLUNG THE EFFECTS OF WETLANDS ON REGIONAL 
NITROGEN TRANSPORT Ambto 23(6)-378 38C, 1 9 ( J4, FR 40(2) 

[Dep Water & Environ Studies, Univ UnkopiriB, S-5B1 83 I mkoping, Sweden] 

95-Q03456 Axler, Richard, C. Owen, J Ameel, E Ruzycki and J Henncck WATER QUALITY ISSUES 
ASSOCIATED WITH AQUACULTURE A CASE STUDY IN MINNESOTA MINE PIT LAKES take Reservoir 
Manage 9(2)53 1994 Abslraclonly FR 40(2) 

(Nat Resour Res, Inst, Univ Minn, Dululh 5501 1 , lfl:21-720 4316, email raxlet@sage,nrn umnedu| 

95-003457 Blmdheim,J,L Foyn.E A, Marimsen, E Svendson;S SaetreHjolloandB Adlandsvik THESUNKEN 
NUCLEAR SUBMARINEIN THE NORWEGIAN SEA- A POTENTIAL ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEM? fisfcen I tavpf 
No 7. 46p 1994 In English with Norwegian surnm FR 40(2} 

[Inst Mar. Res , Nordnesparken 2, Box 1070 NordneSj N-5024 Bergen, Norway] 

95 003458 Borovec, Zdenek; Vladimir Tolar and Ladislav Mr.nz DISTRIBUTION Or SOME METALS IN 
SEDIMENTS OF THE CENTRAL PART OF THE LABE (FLBE) RIVER CHECH REPUBLIC Ambto 22{4V200 205 
1993 FR40(2) 

[Dep Pelrol, Charles Univ, Alberlov 6, CS-1 2843 Praha 2, Czech Republic] 

95 003450 DiFranco, Jeanne and Barry Mower FISH TISSUE CONTAMINATION IN THE STATE OF MAINL 

REGIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT PROGRAM (REMAP). Like Rwvo f r 
Manage 9(2)6B69 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2} 

[Dep, Environ, Prol, Slate House Sin 17, Augusta, ME 04333, tol 207-287-3901; fax 207-287-7026] 

95 003460 Donoso, Teresa G, and J Bar*a, [WATER QUALITY AND SALMON CULTURE LAKE RUPANCO 

- HUILLIN AREA (4046'S, 7236'W},] Medio Ambiente 12(1)82-92 1994, in Spnnibh with English sunim. 
FR -40(2) 

|Dep Acuicull, Univ Los Lagos, Casilla 933, Osorno, Chile] 

95 003461 Evans, S M , M Dawson; ). Day; C, L J Frid, M E. Gill; L A Patlisma and J, Porter, DOMESTIC 
WASTE ANDTBT POLLUTION IN COASTAL AREAS OF AMBON ISLAND (EASTERN INDONESIA). Mar PoHut 
BirfUQ(2)l09-115.1995 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Mar Sci & Coastal Manage,, Univ Newcastle upon Tyne, Newcastle upon TyneNE! 7RU Englandl 
Abudetdul saxattfu ' 

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POLLUTION (Continued) 

95-003462 Fleischer, Siegfried, Arne Gusiafson, Arne joelsson, Joakim Pansaf and Lars Stibo NITROGEN 
REMOVAL IN CREATED PONDS Ambio 23(6) 349-357 1994 FR 40(2) 
(Environ Prat Sect.Cty Admin Board, S-301 86 Halmslad, Sweden] 

95-003463 Gagnon, M M , D Bussicres, ) ) Dodson and P V Hotlson WHITE SUCKER (GMOSTOMUS 
COMMERSONt) GROWTH AND SEXUAl MATURATION IN PULP MILL-CONTAMINATED AND REITRFNCE 
RIVERS Environ Toxico/ C/iem 14(2)317-327 1995 FR 40(2) 

jDodson. C.IROQ.Dep Biol,Umv Laval, Samte-Foy, PQ, C-inada G1K 7P4J 

95003464 Games, Frederic Frelmghuysen III RESPONSE OF (TSH POPULATIONS TO DILUTE LANDFILL 
LEACHATE APPLICATION IN A CENTRAL FLORIDA WETLAND MS Ihesis, Univ Fla 1994 FR40(2) 

95-003465 Gill, Duano A ENVIRONMENTAL DISASTER AND FISHERY CO MANAGEMENT IN A NATURAL 
RESOURCE COMMUNITY. IMPACTS OF THE EXXON VALDEZ OIL SPILL In folk Management in the World's 
Fisheries lesson 1 ; lor Modern Fisheries Management Christopher i Dyer and Jame-; R McCoodwm, editors 
p 207-235 1994 FR 40(2) 

|Soc Sn, Res Cent, Miss Slate Umv, Mississippi Stale 39762] 

95003466 Haesloop, Uwe ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF ANTHROPOGENIC SALT POLLUTION ON THE 
TIDAL WESER RIVER fm Ver Theor Angew Umnol Verb 25(4), 2498-2501 1994 FR 40(2) 
[JenaerStr 10, 28215 Bremen, Germany) 

95-003467 Jacks, Gunnar; Arne (oelsson and Siegfried Fleischer, NITROGEN RETENTION IN FOREST 
WETLANDS Ambio 23(6):35fl-362. 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Civil & Environ Eng, KTH, S-1 00 44 Stockholm, Sweden] 

95-003468 Jansson, Mats; Rune Andersson, Hans Berggren and Lars Leonardson, WETLANDS AND LAKES 
AS NITROGEN TRAPS Ambio 23(6} 320-325. 1 ( J94 FR 40(2) 
[Physical Geogr, Univ. Umea, S-901 87 Umea, Sweden] 

95003469 Jansson, Mats, Lars LeonardsonandJonasFejes DENITRIFICATION AND NITROGEN RETENTION 
IN A FARMLAND STREAM IN SOUTHERN SWEDEN Ambio 23(6) 326-331 1994. FR 40(2) 
(Physical Geogr., Univ Umea, S-901 87 Umea, Sweden] 

95-003470 Jones, ).; S M Rowlatt, H L Rei>s and J E Portmann MARINE POLLUTION MONITORING 
MANAGEMENT GROUP 1 SIXTH REPORT OF THE GROUP CO ORDINATING SEA DISPOSAL MONITORING 
Fish Res An.uat Environ Monit Rep Minist Agnc Fish foot/ (lowesloftj No 43 45f>, 1994 FR40(2) 
(Portmann- MAFF Fish Lab , Burnham-on Crouch, Essex CMO 8HA, England] 

95-003471 Klumpp, D W. and H. von Westernhagen BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF POILUTANTS IN 
AUSTRALIAN TROPICAL COASTAL WATERS: EMBRYONIC MALFORMATIONS AND CHROMOSOMAL 
ABERRATIONS IN DEVELOPING FISH EGGS Mar. PoBui Bull 30|2).158-165 1995, FR 40(2) 
(Australian Insi Mar Set , PMB 3, Townsville MC, Qld 4810, Australia) 

95-003472 Kronvang, Brian, Gunni AErtebjerg, Rulh Grant, Peter Kristensen, Mads Hovmand and )orn 
Kirkegaard NATIONWIDE MONITORING OF NUTRIENTS AND THEIR ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS STATE OF 
THE DANISH AQUATIC ENVIRONMENT Ambio 22(4) 176-187, 1993. FR 40(2) 
[Vejlsvei 25, P O. Box 314, DK-8600 Silkcborg, Denmark! 

95 003473 Laliberle, CUire [MERCURY CONTAMINATION OF FISHES FROM THE NORTH-COAST-SHOAL 
OF THE ST LAWRENCE.] MS thesis, Univ Lava/ (GinadaJ153p, 1992. In French From Masters Abslr Int 
32(11.211. 1994. Order No MAMM79424 FR40(2) 

95 003474 Landers, Dixon H and Susan |. Christie, editors. ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF ARCTIC AIRBORNE 
CONTAMINANTS' A COLLECTION OF PAPERS PRESENTED ATTHE INTER NATIONALSYMPOSIUM ON THE 
ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF ARCTIC AIRBORNE CONTAMINANTS, REYKJAVIK, ICELAND, 4-8 OCFOllCR 
1993-Sci Tola/ Environ 160,l61(Spec. Is5iie):870p. 1995 FR 40(2) 

(U S, Environ, Prot Agency Environ Res. Lab, 200 S.W 35th St , Corvallis, OR 97333] Selected papurs 
indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review 

95-003475 Leonardson, Lars; Lars Bengtsson; Torbjorn Davidsson; Thomas Persson and Urban Emanuelsson 
NITROGCN RETENTION IN ARTIFICIALLY FLOODED MEADOWS. Ambio 23(6) 332-341. 1994. FR 40(2) 
[Limnol , Dep. Ecol , Ecol Bldg , S-223 62 Lund, Sweden] 

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POIAUTION (Continued) 

95003476 Lien, Leif, Arne Hennksen and For S Traaen CRITICAL LOADS OF ACIDITY TO SURFACE 
WATERS- SVALBARD f cofogicaf Effects ol Arctic Airborne Contaminants A Collection of Papers Presented a( (he 
International Symposium on the Ecological Effects of Arctic Airborne Contaminants, Reykjavik, Iceland, 'I 8 Octobw 

1993 DixonH Landers and Susan I Christie, editors So Total Environ 160,1 61 (Spec Issue) 703-71 3 19135 
FR40(2) 

^Norwegian Insl Water Res,, PO. Box 173, Kfelsas, N-0411 Oslo, Norway] 

95 001477 Mbagwu, Iheanyi G, and Edet O Ha PESTICIDE USE IN THE SUB-HUMID ZONES OF NIGERIA- 
IMPLICATIONS FOR CONSERVATION OF AQUATIC RESOURCES Environ Conserv 21(3) 214 219 1994 
FR4Q(2) 

[Nail Inst. Freshwater Fish. Res , PM8 0006, New tiussa, Niger State, Nigeria) 

95 003478 Mcncas, Dean E. and Gerald Morrison COMPARISON OF MODELING PROJECTIONS VERSUS 
REALITY AFTER POINT SOURCE REDUCTIONS IN THE LAKETHONOTOSASSA WATERSHED Lake Reservoir 
Manage 9(2)-99. 1994. Abstract only FR40(2) 

[Limno-Tedi, Inc , Ann Arbor, Ml 48104 tel313-973-83QO| 

95003479 Mlimuka, Aggrey K L J MARINE POLLUTION AND THE LEGAL REGIME GOVERNING THE 
PROTECTION AND PRESERVATION OF MARINE ENVIRONMENT Environ Policy Law 25(1/2)52-72. 1995 
FR4Q[2) 

95 003480 Parker, William Roy. FATE AND EFFECTS OF FLUORIDE IN AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS A CASE 
STUDYOFANOVASCOTIATINMINE.MS thesis, Dalhousle Untv (Canada) 1 91 p 1992 From Masters Aliitr 
lnt-32(l)212. 1994 Order No. MAMM80087 FR 40(2) 

95003481 Persell, John S; Stephen J. Smith and Scott O King MERCURY IN THE LAKE VERMILION 
ECOSYSTEM tafce Reservoir Manage 9(2)103 1994. Abstract only FR40(2) 

[Chippewa Res Lab , Box 2 1 7, Cass Lake, MN 56533] Calostomus commerioni, Perca ilavescens, Ambloplites 
rupestris, Slizosted/on vitreum, and Esoxlucius in Minnesota 

95-0034B2 Porcella, Donald B. MERCURY IN AQUATIC ENVIRONMENTS take Reservoir Manage 9(2):104 

1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 

[Eleclnc Power Res Inst, P O. Box 10412, Palo Alto, CA 94304 tel 41 5-855-2723; 
e-mail dporcell@msm.epri com) 

95 003483 Rognerud, Sigurd and Eirik Fjeld REGIONAL SURVEY OF HEAVY METALS IN LAKE SEDIMENTS 
IN NORWAY Ambio22(4}-206-212 1993 FR40(2) 

(Norwegian Inst. Water Res, Rt S66 r N-2312 Olfestad, Norway] 

95-003484 Rutherford,). E. and R ] Mellow THEEFECTSOF AN ABANDONED ROAST YARD ON THE FISH 
AND MACROINVERTEBRATE COMMUNITIES OF SURROUNDING BEAVER PONDS Hydrob/otogw 
294(3)219-228.1994 FR40(2) 

[Dep Biol , Wilfrid Launer Umv , Waterloo, ON, Canada N2L 3C1 ] Cufaea mconstans, Pimep/ia/es pronielai, 
Pboxinus neogaevs, and P eos in Canada, 

95 003485 Schottler, Shawn P and Steven J. Eisenreich HERBICIDES IN THE GREAT LAKES fnvfron. Set. & 
Techno! 28(12)2226-2232 1954 FR40{2) 

[Eisenreich Cray Freshwater Biol Inst & Dep Civil Eng, Univ. Minn, P.O Box 100, Navarre 5"i392 
tel 612-471-7780; fax-61 2-471-3070] 

95 003486 Steimle, Frank W ; Vincent S. Zdanowicz; Susan Leftwich Cunneff and Russell Tcrranova. TRACC 
METAL CONCENTRATIONS IN COMMON BENTHIC MACROFAUNAL PREY FROM THE NEW YORK BIGHT 
APEX Mar Poltul. Bui!, 1B(12):760-765 1994 FR 40(2) 

[U S. Dep Commerce, NOAA, NMFS, Northeast Fish, Sci Cent., Highlands, N] 07732] 

95003487 Szczerbowski, Jan A, Tadeusz Backiel, Boguslaw Zdanows-M and Jerzy Waluga, c-clilnrs 
ECOLOGICAL DISTURBANCES IN HEATED KONIN LAKES. Arch Pol Fnh 2(2) 137-358, 1994. Papers in English 
with Polish abstracts FR40(2) 

Selected papers indexed in this: issue of fisheries Review. 

95003488 Tracy, Bryn H ASSESSING DIOXIN-CONTAMINATED SEDIMENTS BY MONITORING 
DIOXEN-CONTAMINATED FISH (WALTERS LAKE, HAYWOOD CO , NC). take Reservoir Manage 9{2V 1 1 9 
199-1 Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[CP&L, SR 1 1 27, P O Box 327, New Hill, NC 27562 iel-91 9-362-3482] /cta/uu/s punctatus, Cypnnus carpio, 
and Pyfodictts olivans 

95 003489 Vecsei Hohl, R.; L Gourec; M Bruna, M Zeh and K Fent CHLORINATED HYDROCARBONS IN 
EELS (ANCUILLAANCUILLA L.) FROM THE RIVER RHINE. Nattirw/ssensdiaften 79(B):371-374 1992. TR 4Q{2} 
[Zent Urnwellforscliung Univ Saarlandes, W-6602 Saarbruecken Dudwiler, Germany] 

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POLLUTION (Continued) 

95-003450 Vought, Lena B-M, Jonas Dahl, Carsten Lauge Pedersen and Jean O Lacoursiere NUTRIENT 
RETENTION IN RIPARIAN ECOTONF.S Ambio 23(6) 342-348 1994 FR 40(2) 
[Limnol,Dep Ecol,Ecol Blgd,Umv Lund, S 223 62 kind, Sweden] 

95-003491 Vuormen,P ),T Rantio.A WitickandM Vuormen ORGANOCHLORINES AND HEAVY METALS 
IN SEA TROUT (SALMO TRUTTA M TRUTTA) IN THE GULF OF BOTHNIA OFF THC COAST OF FINLAND 
Aqua renn 24(1)29-35 1994 In English with Finnish sumni FR 40(2) 

[Finnish Game & Fish Res lnsl,PO Box 202, FIN-00151 Helsinki, Finland] 

95-003492 Weisner, Stefan E B;PederC Eriksson, Wilhelm Graneli and Lars Leonardson INFLUENCE OF 
MACROPHYTES ON NITRATE REMOVAL IN WETLANDS Ambio 23(6),363-366 1994 FR 4(J(2) 
[Limnol , Dep Ecol , Lund Univ , Ecol Bldg , S 223 62 Lund, Swedenl 

TOXICOLOGY; BIOASSAYS 

95003493 Alexander, Vera THE INFLUENCE OF THE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF THE MARINE 
FOOD WEB ON THE DYNAMICS OF CONTAMINANTS IN ARCTIC OCEAN ECOSYSTEMS Eco/ogica/ Effects 
of Arctic Airborne Contaminants A Collection ol Papers Presented at the International Symposium on the Eco/ogicnf 
effects of of Arctic Airborne Con (am/nan Is, Reykiavik, Iceland, 48 October 1993 Di\on II Landers and Susan / 
Christie, editors Sci Tota/fnvrron 160,16l(Spec Issue) 593 6U3 1995 FR 40(2) 
[Inst, Mar Sci , School Fish, & Ocean Sci , Univ Alaska, Fairbanks 99775-7220] 

05003494 Allen-Gil, S, M andV G Mariynov HEAVY METAL BURDENS IN NINLSPECIESOFFRESHWATER 
AND ANADROMOUS FISH FROM THE PECHORA RIVER, NORTHERN RUSSIA Ecological Ellens o/ArcKc 
Airbourne Contaminants A Co//ection of Papers Presented at the International Symposium on the Ecological effects 
of Arctic Airborne Conlarnmanls, Reykiavik, Iceland, 4 8 October ID93 Dixon H Landers and Susan I. Christie, 
editors Sci Total Environ 160,161(Spec lssue)653-659 1995. FR 40(2) 

|Oak Creek Lab Biol,, Dep. Fish, &Wildl., 104 Nash Hall, Oreg, Slate Univ, Corvalhs 97331] Data for nmo 
species 

95 003495 Anderson, Susan L , Lee R. Shugart and William H. Suk, organizers, NAPA CONFERENCE ON 
GENETIC AND MOLECULAR tCOTOXlCOLOGY, OCTOBER 12-15, 1993, YOUNTVILLE, CALIFORNIA 
Environ Health Perspect 102(Suppl. 12) 11 1p. 1994 FR40(2) 

(Lawrence Berkeley Lab, 1 Cyclotron Rd, Berkeley, CA 94720 tel 510-486-4650, fax,510-4Q6 5041 1 
Selected papers indexed in thib issue of fisheries Review 

95-003496 Anderson, Susan L and Gillian C Wild LINKING GENOTOXIC RESPONSES AND 
REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS IN ECOTOXICOLOGY. Napa Conference on Cenelic and Molecular Ecotowotogy, 
October f2-J5, J99J, Younlville, California Susan t. Anderson, Lee R Sbugart, and William H Suk, organizers 
Environ Health Perspect 102(Suppl 12)912 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Lawrence Berkeley Lab , 1 Cyclotron Rd , Berkeley, CA 94720, lcl-51 486 4650, fax 5 1 Q-48&-5041 ] 

95003497 Azcue, )OSP M and D G Dixon EFFECTS OF PAST MINING ACTIVITIES ON THE ARSENIC 
CONCENTRATION IN FISH FROM MOIRA LAKE, ONTARIO I Q Lakes Res 20(4)717-724 1994 FR40(2) 
[Natl WalerRes, Inst, Box 5050, Burlington, ON, Canada L7R 4A6) Data for 14 species 

95 003498 Baumann, Paul C and John C Harshbarger. DECLINE IN LIVER NEOPLASMS IN WILD BROWN 
BULLHEAD CATFISH AFTER COKING PLANT CLOSES AND ENVIRONMENTAL PAHs PLUMMET Environ 
Health Perspect 103(2)168-170.1995 FR 40(2) 

(Nail. Biol Surv , MSC Field Res Sin , Ohio State Univ , 473 Koltman Hall, 2021 Coffey Rd , Columbus 432 1 0] 
Amefurus nebti/osus in Ohio 

95-003499 Begum, G and S Vijayaughavan IN VIVO TOXICITY OF DIMETHOATE ON PROTEINS AND 
TRANSAMINASES IN THE LIVER TISSUE OF FRESH WATER FISH CLARIAS BATRACHUS (LINN ), Bull Environ 
Contain Toxico/54(3).370-375 1995 FR 40(2) 

JVijayaraghavan' Dep Zool , Osmania Univ , Hyderabad 500 007 (A.P ), India) 

95-003500 Black, Marsha Carolyn EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL VARIABLES ON 
THE UPTAKE OF HYDROPHOBIC CONTAMINANTS BY THE GILLS OF RAINBOW TROUT, SALMO 
GAIRDNERI PhD dissertation, Univ Tenn, ll&p 1989 FR40(2) 

95 003501 Boyer, Marvin G and Charles E Cichra EFFECTS OF 2,4-D AM1NE ON THE MOVEMENT OF 
LARGEMOUTH BASS, Lake Reservoir Manage 9(2)-58, 1994. Abstract only FR 40(2) 

[Univ Fla,, Dep. Fish. & Aquat, Sci., 7922 NW 71st St., Gainesville 32653. tel:904-392-9617] Mtcroptcrus 
sa/moides in Florida. 

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TOXICOLOGY; BIOASSAYS (Continued) 

05003502 Boyer, Marvin G and Charles E. Cichra, EFFECT OF 2,4-D AM1NE ON LARGEMOUTH BASS 
KEDING BEHAVIOR- Lake Reservoir Manage 9(2} 59 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2} 

[Umv Fla, Dep. Fish & Aquat Sci, 7922 NW 71st Si, Gainesville 32653 lei 904-392-9617] Microptm/s 
safmoides and Notemigonus crysoleucas 

95003503 Burlakov, A B,O. V Avenanova, V B Turovelsky, L A Sleptsova, V Z Pashchenko and V B 
Tusov. [STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF LASER RADIATION ON EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT OF LOACH,] J n 
Biologically Active Substances and factors in Aquaculture Collected Papers A I Glubokov and L A Dushkina, 
editors p 147-162,207 1993. In Russian with English summ FR 40(2) 

95003504 Careau, Heleneand Eric Dewailly THE NORTHERN AQUATIC FOOD CHAIN CONTAMINATION 
DATABASE A RESEARCH TOOL Ecological Effects of Arctic Airborne Contaminants A Collection of Pspeis 
Presented a( the International Symposium on (fie Ecological Ettects of Arctic Airborne Contam/nanis, Reyfyavik, 
Iceland, 4-8 October 1993 Dixon H landers and Susan I Christie, editors Sci Total Environ 160,H>l{S[iec 
lssue)-539543 1995 FR 40(2) 

tCroupe, Environ Slionncr, Inc., 5355 Blvd des Gradini, Bur 101, Quebec, PQ, Canada G2] 1C8) 

95-003505 Carrelo, Jose I ; Rut Akselman; Angel D Cucchi Colleom, Mario O Cangnan and Mdrcela Pajaro. 
[PARALYTIC SHELLFISH POISONING IN MACKEREL FROM THE COASTAL REGION OF BUENOS AIRES 
PROVINCE 1 INIDEP (Inst Nac Invest Dcsattolto Pesq ) Doc Gent 253-59 1993 In Spanish with English summ 
FR4Q(2) 

|lnst. Nac Invest. & Desarrollo Pesquero, cc 175 (7600) Mar del Plata, Argentina] Scomber japontcus in 
Argentina 

95-003506 Chan, K M. PCR-CLONING OF GOLDFISH AND TILAPIA METALLOTHIONEIN 
COMPLEMENTARY DMAs Biocfjern, Bsophys Res Commun 205(1 ):36B-374 1994 FR 40(2) 

{Dep. Biochem,, Chinese Umv, Shatin, N T., Hong Kong] Carassius auratus and Tilapia mossambica. 

95 003507 Chevreuil, Marc, Anne-Mane Carru, Andre Chestenkoff, Philippe Boet, Evelyne Tales and (can 
Allardi CONTAMINATION OF FISH FROM DIFFERENT AREAS OF THE RIVER SHINE (FRANCE) BY ORGANIC 
(PCB AND PESTICIDES) AND METALLIC (Cd, Cr, Cu, Fe, Mn, Pb AND Zn) MICROPOLLUTANTS. So Total 
Environ 162{1)'31-42 1995 FR40(2) 

(Insl Hydrol Climaiol, Lab.Chimie Analytique Hydrol Gen, Univ. Pierre Mane Curie, 4 PI Jussien, 752SZ 
Pans Cede* 05, France] Rutilus rutilus and Perca iluvmiilis 

95-003508 Cocchio, Lisa Anna. EFFECTS OF AMBIENT WATER CHEMISTRY ON THE ASSIMILIATION AND 
ELIMINATION OF CESIUM-137 BY RAINBOW TROUT, MS thesis, Umv Guelph (Canada) 56p 1994. From 
Masters Abslr Inl 33(1}.150. 1995, Order No MAMM88690 FR 40(2) 
Qncorhynchus. mykiss 

95003509 Colborn, Theo. THE WILDLIFE/HUMAN CONNECTION MODERNIZING RISK DECISIONS. 
Napa Conference on Genetic and Molecular Ecotoxicology, October 12-15, 1993, Youmw//e, California Suwn L 
Anderson, Lee R Shugart, and William H. Suk, organizers Environ Health Perspect 102(Suppl 12J-55-59 1994. 
FR40(2) F v Ht 

[WWF, 1250 Twenty-fourth St NW, Washington, DC 20037 tel 202-778 9643, fax 202-293-921 1] 

95-003510 Couitenay, Simon, P, (ames Williams, Cheryl Grunwald, Blake Konkle, Tun Liang Ong and Isaac I 
Wirgin. ASSESSMENT OF WITH1N-GROUP VARIATION IN CYP1A mRNA INDUCIBILITY IN 
ENVIRONMENTALLY EXPOSED AND CHEMICALLY TREATED ATLANTIC TOMCOD Napa Conference on 
Genetic and Molecular Ecoiox/co/ogy, October 12-15, 1993, Vountvil/e, California Susan L Anderson, lee R 
Shugart, and William H Suk, organizers Environ Health Perspect 102(Suppl 12):85-90 1994 FR40(2) 

[Wirgm: Nelson Insl Environ. Med , NY Umv Med Cent, Lone Meadow Rd, Tuxedo 10987 
tel 914-351-2415; fax:914-351-5472j Micragadus tomcod 

95 00351 1 Cravedi, ) P , C Cillet and G Monod IN VIVO METABOLISM OF PENTACHLOROHHENOL AND 
ANILINEIN ARCTIC CHARR (SAL VELfNUSALPWL/5L) LARVAE Bull nv,ron Contam Tovcol S4(5)-71 1-716. 



[Inst Natl Rech Agron, Lab.Xenobioiiques, B P 3, 31931 Toulouse Cedex, France) 

95-003512 Cuvin-Aralar.MaciaLourdesA-andEmilianoVAralar RESISTANCETO A HEAVYMETAL MIXTURE 
IN OREOCHROMIS NtLOTICUS PROGENIES FROM PARENTS CHRONICALLY EXPOSED TO THE SAME 
METALS. Chemosphere 30(5} 953-963. 1995. FR 40(2) 

' S .l^ FDE & ^? L ! a , Cul1 Dep ' Binan 8onan Freshwater Stn , Bmangonan, Rizal, Philippines 1940. 
e-mail bfs-seafdec@pliil gnapc,org) 



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95003513 Dirksen,S,T I Boudewijn, L K Slager, R C Mes.MJ M. van Schaick and P deVoogt RtDUCED 
BREEDING SUCCESS OF CORMORANTS {PHAMCROCOKAX CARBO SINENSiS) IN RELATION TO 
PERSISTENT ORGANOCHLORINE POLLUTION Or AQUATIC HABITATS IN THE NETHERLANDS Lnviron 
PoWut 88(2)119-132 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Bur Waardenburgbv, PO Box 365, 41 00 A) Culemborg, Netherlands] Angwtla anguilta and Ruitlus mulus 

95 003514 Dixon, Rupert and Bryn Jones MERCURY CONCENTRATIONS IN STOMACH CONTENTS AND 
MUSCLE OF FIVE FISH SPECIES FROM THE NORTH EAST COAST OF ENGLAND Mar Po/fuJ Bull 
28(13)741-745 1994 FR 40(2) 

|Dep Mar Biol & Coastal Manage, Ridley Bldg, Umv Newcastle, Newcastle upon Tyne EN 1 7RU, England] 
Gupea harengus, Mctlangms mertangus, Raja cMvata, P/euronectes p/atessa, and Lirnanda iimantla 

95003515 Dutta, H M, A Nath, S Adhikan, P K Roy, N K Singh and ) S Dntta Munshi SUBLETHAU 
MALATHION INDUCED CHANGES IN THE OVARY OF AN AIR-BREATHING FISH, HErEROPNEUSlES 
rOSSILIS A H1STOLOGICAL STUDY Hydrobiologia 294(3) 215 218 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Biol Sci, Kent State Univ , Kent, OH 44242] 

95003516 Dutta, H M;] S DatlaMunshiandP K Roy MALATHION INDUCED CHANGES IN LYMPHATIC 
SYSTEM OF A CATFISH, HETEROPNEUSTCS roSSILIS A TEM OBSERVATION Am Zool 34(5} 9 A 1994 
Abslract only FR 40(2) 

[Kenl Stale Univ, Kent, OH 44242| 

95 003517 Engwall, Magnus, Bjorn Brunstrom, Andrea Brewer and Leif Norrgren. CYTOCHROME IM501A, 
INDUCTION BY A COPLANAR PCB, A PAH MIXTURE, AND PCB CONTAMINATED SEDIMENT EXTRACTS 
FOLLOWING MICROINJECTIONOFRAINBOWTROUTSAGFRY Aqunl Tox/col |Krrul)30(4) 311-324.1994 
FR40(2) 

[Dep Environ Toxicol, Uppsala Univ, Norbyvagen 18 A, 752 36 Uppsala, Sweden. te1;+46-18-182612, 
fax.+46-l 8-5 18843] Oncorbyncbus mykiss in Sweden 

95003510 Enscnbach, Uwe and Roland Nagel TOXIClTY OF COMPLEX CHEMICAL MIXTURES: ACUTE 
AND LONG-TERM EFFECTS ON DIFFERENT LIPE STAGES OF ZEBRAFISH (BRACHYDAMO RLRIO). Ecotoxicoi 
Environ Sal 3Q(2).151-157. 1995 FR40(2) 

[Inst. Zool , Dep, II, Ecotoxicol, Univ Mainz, Saarslr 21, 55099 Mainz, Germany] 

95-003519 Everaarts, jan M,, Hedwig M. Sleidermk, Pieter J. den Besten; Richard S Halbrook and Lee R 
Shugart MOLECULAR RESPONSES AS INDICATORS OF MARINE POLLUTION: DNA DAMAGE AND 
ENZYME INDUCTION IN UMANDA LIMANDA AND ASTERIAS RUBENS Napa Conlere/jce on Genel/c and 
Molecular Ecotoxico/ogy, October J2-15, 1993, Yountvillc, California Susan L Anderson, Lee R Sfiugart, and 
WilliamH Suk, organizers Environ Health Perspecl 102(Suppl. 12)37-43. 1994 FR 40(2) 

(Netherlands Inst Sea Res, PO Box 59, 1790 AB DenBurg-Texel, Netherlands tel 31 2220 69471; fax 31 
2220 19674, email texel@nl02.nlj 

95-003520 Forlm, L, T. Andcrsson, L Balk and A Larsson. BIOCHEMICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS 
IN FISH EXPOSED TO BLEACHED KRAFT MILL EFFLUENTS Ecotox/co/ Environ 5af" 30(2) 164 170. 1995 
FR40(2) 

[Dep Zoophysiol, Univ Goteborg, Mcdlcmaregatan 18, S-41J 90 Goteboig, Sweden] Ptvca fluvntttis in 
Sweden 

95 003521 fossi, Maria Cnstma. NONDESTRUCTIVE BIOMARKERS IN ECOTOXICOLOGY Napa Conference 
on CcneiicandMo/ecu/arEco(oxico/ogy, Ociober U-15, 1993, Younivtlle, California Susan i Anderson, iee R 
Shu&rt, and William H Suk, organizers fnviron Health Perspect 102(Suppl 12),49 54. 1994 FR 40(2} 

(Dip. Biol Ambientale, Univ Siena, Via delle Cerchia 3, 53100 Siena, Italy, tel-39 577 298032, fax;39 577 
298806] 

95003522 Frankovic, L; M. A Q Khan and S M Al Ghais. METABOLISM OF HEXACHLOROBENZENE IN 
THE FRY OF STEELHEAD TROUT, SALMO CAIRDNERI (ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS) Arch Environ Contam 
Tox/co/ 28(2)209-214 1995 FR 40(2) 

(Khan- Dep. Biol Sci , Univ III., Chicago 60607-7060] 

95-003523 Gallagher, Kathryn; Peter A. Van Veld, Robert C Hale and John J Stegeman INDUCTION OF 
CYTOCHROME P4501 A IN THE MUMMICHOC (FUNDULUS HETERQCUTUS) BY THE POLYCHLORINATED 
TERPHF.NYL FORMULATION AROCLOR 5432. Enwron Toxicol Cfiem 14(3)'405-409. 1995 FR 40(2) 
(Van Veld Dep Environ, Sci,, Coll William & Mary, School Mar. Sci., Gloucester Point, VA 230621 

95003524 Gibbons, Wade N and Kelly R. Munkittrick A SENTINEL MONITORING FRAMEWORK FOR 
IDENTIFYING FISH POPULATION RESPONSES TO INDUSTRIAL DISCHARGES. / Ac/ual Ecoiysl Hearth 
3(3):227-237. 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Biol , Univ Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, Canada N2L 3G1 1 

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95-003525 Gimeno, L,M D Ferrando, S Sanchez and E Andreu ENDOSULFAN EFFECTS ON LIVER AND 
BLOOD OF THE EEL, ANGUIILA MGUILLA Comp Biochem Physiol C Pharmacol Joxicol Enclocnnol 
108(3):343-34B, 1994 FR 40(2) 

[D-ep-Anim Physiol , Fac Bioi Sci , Univ Valencia, DrMoliner 50, Burjasol E-461 00, Valencia, Spain] 

95003526 Coel, S, S D, Lenz, S. Lumlertdacha; R T Lovell, R A Shelby, M Li, R. T Riley and B W 
Kernppamen SPHINCOLIPID LEVELS IN CATFISH CONSUMING FUSARIUM MOMUFORMEC ORN CULTURE 
MATERIAL CONTAINING FUMONISINS Aguat Joxicol (Amst ) 30(4)-285-294. 1994. FR 40(2) 

|Dep Physiol & Pharmac&l , Coll Vet Med., Auburn Univ , Auburn, AL 36849-5520 lei 205 844-4568, 
fax 205-844 5388] fcla/urus punclaWi 

95003527 Greene, Michael THE INTERACTION TOXICITY OF THIRAM AND ETHYLENE GLYCOl 
TOXICOLOGICAL MECHANISMS IN THE RAINBOW TROUT (ONCORHWCHUi MYKiSS) AND THE 
FATHEAD MINNOW (f IMfPHAtES PROMEMS). MS thesis, U/w Wash 1993 FR40(2} 

95003528 Gutlman, Sheldon I POPULATION GENETIC STRUCTURE AND ECOTOXICOLOGY Naps 
Conference on Genetic and Mo/ecular fcotowcoJogy, October 12-15, J993, VounlwWe, California Susan i 
Anderson, Lee R Shogart, and William H Suk, organizers Environ Health Perspeci 102(Suppl 12)97-100 
FR 40(2) 

Zool., Miami Univ , Oxford, OH 45056 tel 5 1 3-529 3181, fax'SI 3-529-6900] 



95-003529 Habermehl, Gerhard G , Hans C Krebs, Philippe Rasoanaivo and Angelme Ramiahhansoa SCVERE. 
CIGUATERA POISONING IN MADAGASCAR: A CASE REPORT Toxicon 32(12) 1539-1542 1994 FR 40(21 
(Dep. Chem , School Vet Med (Univ ), D-30 1 73 Hannover, Germany] Carcharhinus ambomensis 

95-003530 Hamasaki, Telsuo, Htsamltsu Nagase; Yoshitada Yoshioka and Takahiko Sato FORMATION, 
DISTRIBUTION, AND ECOTOXIGTY OF METHYLMETALS OF TIN, MERCURY, AND ARSENIC IN THE 
ENVIRONMENT. Cm Re/ Environ Sci Tec/inoJ 25(1)45-91 1995, FR 40(2) 

[Nagoya City Public Health Res Inst, 1-11 Hagiyama clio, Mizuhoku, Nagoya 467, Japan] 

95003531 Heaton, S N,S ) Bursan, ). P Giesy, D E Tillitl, ] A, Render; P. D Jones, D A. Verbrugge, T. J. 
Kuhialv and R 1 Aulendi DIETARY EXPOSURE OF MINK TO CARP FROM SAGINAW BAY, MICHIGAN 1 
EFFECTS ON REPRODUCTION AND SURVIVAL, AND THE POTENTIAL RISKS FO WILD MINK 
POPULATIONS Arc/) Environ Gwitam Towro/ 28(3)-334-343 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Aulwich: Dep- Anim Sci , Mich State Univ , East Lansing 48824] Cyptmus carpin. 

95-003532 Healwole, Harold and Naomie S Poran RESISTANCES OF SYMPATRIC AND ALLOPATRIC K LS 
TO SEA SNAKE VENOMS Copeia 1995(1).136-147. 1995 FR 40(2) 

]Dep Zool , N C. State Univ , Raleigh 27695 761 7] Weleroconger hassi, Corgasia macu/atd, Cymnot/ior.w 
hepaticus, C undula ms, and Angiulla rostrata. 

95-003533 Hewitt, Larry Mark A GAS CHROMATOGRAPH1C EVALUATION OF TREATED KRAFT MILL 
EFFLUENT CONSTITUENTS AS SOURCES OF MIXED FUNCTION OXYGENASC INDUCTION IN RAINBOW 
TftOUT(ONCORHyNCHUSMYTCISSJ.M5 thesis, Univ Itaterfoo (Canada) 1 91 p, 1993 From Master. Abslr Int 
32(1)210 1994 Order No MAMM81 155, FR 40(2} 

95003534 Holcombe, G W;D,A Benoil, D E Hammermeister, E. N Leonard and R D Johnson ACUTE 
AND LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF NINE CHEMICALS ON THE JAPANESE MEDAKA (OKYZIAS M71PES) Atch 
Environ Contam Tovco! 28(3)-287-297 1995 FR40(2) 

|U S Environ. Pro! Agency, Environ Res Lab , 6201 Congdon Blvd , Dulutli, MN 55B04] 

95 003535 Holdway, D A , S E, Brennan and J T Ahokas USE OF HEPATIC MFO AND BLOOD ENZYMF 
BIOMARKERS IN SAND FLATHEAD (PMTYCfPH/^US BASSE NSIS] AS INDICATORS OF POLLUTION 1N PORT 
PHILLIP BAY, AUSTRALIA Mar Poltul Bull 28(11)683695 1994. FR 40(2) 

(Key Cenl Appl & Nutr Toxicol , Royal Melbourne Inst, Technol (RMIT Univ ), Melbourne, Vic 3000, 
Australia] 

95-003536 Hose, Jo Ulen LARGE-SCALE GENOTOXICITY ASSESSMENTS IN THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT 
Napa Conference on Genetic and Molecular cotoxicohgy, October J2-J5, 1993, Younlville, California SUM/I ( 
Anderson, LeeR Shugan, and William H Suk. organizers Environ Health Perspect 102(Snppl. 12):29-J2 1994. 
FR 40(2) 

[VANTUNARes Group, Dep Btol .Occidental Coll,, 1 600 Campus Rd, Los Angeles, CA tel 213-25 C )-2(>7';1 
Scomber scombius m New York 

95 003537 Hylander, Lars D , Edmaldo C Silva, Lazaro ), Oliveira; Suzana A. Silva, Ellen K Kuntze and Donl/ctc 
X Silva MERCURY LEVELS IN ALTO PANTANAL- A SCREENING STUDY.AmWo23(8H7H-484 1994 FR 40(21 
(Swedish Univ Agric Sri, Dep Soil Sci., PO Box 7014, S-750 07 Uppsala, Sweden] Pseurfop/aiwioma 
comiscans in Brazil 



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95-003538 Katznelson, Revital, William T Jewell and Susan L Anderson SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL 
VARIATIONS IN TOXICITY IN AN URBAN-RUNOFF TREATMENT MARSH, Environ Topical Cnem 
14(3)471-482 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Anderson Energy & Environ, Div, Lawrence Berkeley Lab, Bldg 70-1 93A, 1 Cyclotron Re!, Berkeley, CA 
94720] Pimepha/es promelas in California 

95003539 Khan, A A and S. S Semalulu, ULTRASTRUCTURAL AND BIOCHEMICAL EFFECTS OF 
3-METHYLCHOLANTHRENE IN RAINBOW TROUT Bull Environ Contam Toxicol 54(5)731-736 1995 
FR40(2) 

[Environ, Toxicol Program, Alberta Environ Cenl, Postal Bag 4000, Vegreville, AB, Canada T9C 1T4] 
Oncorhynchus mykiss. 

95-003540 Kidd,K A,D W Schmdler, R H Hesslem and D C G Muir CORRELATION BETWEEN STABLE 
NITROGEN ISOTOPE RATIOS AND CONCENTRATIONS OF ORCANOCHLORINES IN BIOTA FROM A 
FRESHWATER FOOD WEB Ecological Elfectsot Arc tic Airborne Contaminants A Collodion oi Papers Presented 
at the International Symposium on the Ecological Effects of Arctic Airborne Contaminants, Reykjavik, Iceland, 4-8 
October /993 Dixon H Landers arid Susan I Christie, editors So Total Cnvimn 160,161(Spec Issue) 381-390 
1995 FR40(2) 

[Dep Zool , Univ Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada T6G ^E9] Sa/velinus namaycus/i, Coregonus clupeaformts, 
C ndsus, C artedi. Lota lota, and Catostomus catostomus in Canada 

95 003541 Kishmo, Takuo and Kunio Kobayashi RELATION BETWEEN TOXICITY AND ACCUMULATION 
OF CHLOROPHENOLS AT VARIOUS pH, AND THEIR ABSORPTION MECHANISM IN FISH Water Res 
29(2)'43 1-442, 1995 FR 40(2) 

(Environ Sci Lab,, Ube Coll , 5-40 Bunkyochyo, Ube 755, Japan] Carassius auratus 

95-003542 Knights, Brian AREVIEWOFPOLLUTANTCONTAMINATIONOFEELS, 1994 Report of the 1994 
Session of the EirAC/ICE S Working Group on Eel, Oviedo, Spain, 26 September- 1 October 1 9 94 EIFAC (tur. Inland 
Fish Advis Comm ) Occas Pap No. 30 p, 7, 1 7 1 994. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[Univ. Westminster, Appl Ecol Res Group, 115 New Cavendish St, London W1M 8]S, England teM471 
91 1 5000, ext, 366fl, fax 4471 911 5087] 

95-003543 Knoph, Mai Brill and Yngvar A, Olsen SUBACUTE TOXICITY Of AMMONIA TO ATLANTIC 
SALMON (SALMO SALAR L ) IN SEAWATER EFFECTS ON WATER AND SALT BALANCE, PLASMA CORTISOL 
AND PLASMA AMMONIA LEVELS. Aquat Toxicol (Amst) 30(4) 295-310 1994, FR 40(2} 

[Norwegian Coll Vet Med., Dep, Morphol , Genet, & Aquat Biol., Box 814& Dep , N-0033 Oslo, Norway] 

95-003544 Koslowski, Susan Elizabeth THE DISTRIBUTION, EXPOSURE DYNAMICS AND TOXIC 
SIGNIFICANCE OF 42 POLYCHLIORINATED BIPHENYLS (INCLUDING THRFE COPLANAR CONGENERS), 
IN BIOTA AND SEDIMENT FROM THE WESTERN BASIN OF LAKE ERIE M S thesis, Univ Windsor (Canada) 
15&p,1993 From Masters Abstr Int, 32(6) 1585 1994 Order No. MAMM873&7 FR40{2) 

95-003545 Kotak, Brian; Mark Serediak; Ellie Prepas, Steve Hrurley, Souleh Semalulu and Robert Coppock 
CYANOBACTERIAL LIVER TOXINS IN THE AQUATIC ENVIRONMENT IMPLICATIONS FOR FISH HEALTH 
Lake Reservoir Manage 9(2)90 1994. Abstract only, FR 40(2) 

(Dep. Zool., Univ. Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada T6G 2E9 tel-403 492-1737, 
e-mail.koiak@odum,biology,ualberia ca[ Oncorhynchus myAiss. 

95 001546 Kuo, Yu Mm. REPRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE OF MICE FED WITH GREAT-LAKES CARP AND 
FISH FARM RAISED CARP MS thesis, Mich Slate Univ 185p, 1994, From Masters Abstr Int 33(1)111.1995 
Order No. MAI 35791 4, Cvprinus carp/o 

95003547 Kusscr,W.C;D Brand and B W Glickman. TUMOR SUPPRESSOR GENE pS3 IN FISH SPECIES 
AS ATARGET FOR ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS MONITORING IN AQUATIC SYSTEMS, fnviron Mo/ Muiagen, 
25(Suppl. 25) 28 1995 Abstract only FR 40(2) 

[Cent. Environ. Health, Univ Victoria, Victoria, BC, Canada) Oncor/iynclws rnykiss, O 15/iavvytscha, and 
Pfeuronectes vetu/us in the northeastern Pacific Ocean. 

92-00354B Labbe, Edith [THE EFFECTS OF CONTAMINATION FROM PULP AND PAPER MILLS IN LA 
TUQUE (QUEBEC) ON THE REPRODUCTION AND LARVAL GROWTH OF THE WHITE SUCKF' 
(O\TQ5TOMUSCOMMRSONf).lMS thesis, Untv Laval (Canada) 70p 1993 In French From Masters Abs 
Int 32(6)- 1587. 1994 Order No. MAMM8G698. FR 40(2) 



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95 003549 Langlois, Clautle d nd Rene Langis PRESENCE OF AIRBORNE CONTAMINANTS IN THE WILDLIFE 
OF NORTHERN QUEBEC Ecological Effects ol Arcdi. Airborne Contaminants A Collodion ot Papers Presented 
at the International Symposium on the Ecological Meets of Arctic Airborne ot Arctic Airborne Contaminants, 
Reykjavik, Iceland, 48 October 1993 Dixon H Landers and Susan I Christie, editors Sci Total Environ 
160,161(Spec Issue) 391 402 1995, TR 40(2) 

[Hydro Quebec, Vice Presidence Environ , 75, Blvd Rone Levesquc Quest, 16eetagc, Montreal, PQ, Canada 
H2Z 1A4] Coregonus dupeaformts, C artedi, Catostomus catostomus, fsox tucius, 5t/zoiledion vitreum, and 



95.003550 lee, Cunhee, Mark R Ellerweck, Foster L Mayer and Gary F Krause PREDICTING CHRONIC 
LETHALITY OF CHEMICALS TO FISHES FROM ACUTE TOXICITY TEST DATA MULTIFACTOR PROBIT 
ANALYSIS Environ, Toxico/ Oiem 14(2)'345-349. 1995, FR 40(2) 

[Mayer US Environ Pro! Agency, Environ Res Lab, Sabine Island, Gulf Breeze, FL 325G1] 

95-003551 Livmgston/R. ) ENVIRONMENTAL IMPLICATIONS OF ESTABLISHMENT OF A COAL-ASH REEF 
NEAR CEDAR KEY, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic 
Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA William! Richards, editor Bull Msr Sci 
55(2-3);1345.1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 

[Cent.Aquat Res & Resour, Manage, Fla State Umv,, Tallahassee 32306] 

95003552 Lockharl, W Lyle IMPLICATIONS OF CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTS FOR AQUATIC ANIMALS 
IN THE CANADIAN ARCTIC. SOME REVIEW COMMENTS Ecological Effects of Arctic Airborne Contaminants 
A Collection of Papers Presented at the /nternaliona/ Symposium on the Ecological Effects of Arctic Airborne 
Contaminants, Reykjavik, Iceland, 1 8 Ottober J993 Dixon H Landers and Susan I Christie, editors Set. Totat 
Environ 160J61(Spec Issue) 631-641 1995 FR 40(2) 

(Canada Dep. Fish & Oceans, Cent, & Arctic Reg, SOI University Crescent, Winnipeg, MB, Canada R3T 
2N6) 

95-003553 Logan, Dennis T and Harold T. Wilson AN ECOLOGICAL RISK ASSESSMENT METHOD FOR 
SPECIES EXPOSED TO CONTAMINANT MIXTURES Environ Toxico/ Chem 14(2)351-359 1995 FR40(2) 
[Coastal Environ- Serv.lnc, 1099 Wmterson Rd, Suite 130, Lmthicum, MD 21090] Morone saxatilis 

95 003554 Lumlerlddcha, Sonkphan and Richard T Lovell. FUMONISIN-CONTAMINATED DIETARY CORN 
REDUCED SURVIVAL AND ANTIBODY PRODUCTION BY CHANNEL CATFISH CHALLENGED WITH 
tDWARDSKLLA 1CTALURI. ) Aqu&l Antm. Health 7(1)1-8 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Lovell Dep Fish & Allied Aquacult, Auburn Umv, Auburn, AL 36849] fcta/urus punctatus 

95-003555 Maglietle, R. ) , F. G Doherty, D, McKinney and E S Venkataramam NEED FOR 
ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY GUIDELINES BASED ON AMBIENT FRESHWATER QUALITY CRITERIA IN 
NATURAL WATERS -CASE STUDY "ZINC" Buff Environ Coniam Toxico/ 54(4)626632 1995 FR 40(2) 
iVenkalaramani Merck Res Lab, P.O.Box 2000, Rahway, NJ 07065] Pimephales promelas 

95-003556 Magnotti, Ralph A , Jr., John P Zamo and Rob S. McConnell PESTICIDE-SENSITIVE FISH MUSCLE 

CHOUNESTERASES. Co/up Bfochem Physiol CPharmacol Toxicol Endocrine/, 108(2) 187-194. 1994, FR 40(2) 

[Dep Pathol & Lab Med,231 Bethesda Ave,, Rm 1 206, Umv Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH 45267 071 4J 

95-003557 Mallalt, Jon, R. Dale McCatl; J. Franklin Bailey and James Seelye EFFECTS OF LAMPRICIDES ON 
THE GILL ULTRASTRUCTURE OF LARVAL SEA LAMPREYS AND RAINBOW TROUT FRY. Can / Zoo/ 
72(9);1653-1664. 1994, In English with French summ FR 40(2} 

[Dep Zool., Wash, State Umv, Pullman 99164-423&] O/icorhynchus my/cissand Pelromyzon manntis. 

95003558 McCoy, C P; T M. O'Hara; L W Bennett; C R Boyle and B, C Lynn, LIVER AND KIDNEY 
CONCENTRATIONS OF ZINC, COPPER AND CADMIUM IN CHANNEL CATFISH (ICTALURUS R/NCMTUS). 
VARIATIONS DUE TO SIZE, SEASON AND HEALTH STATUS Vet Hum Toxicot 37(1) 1 1-15. 1995. FR 40(2) 
[Coll Vet Mcd,Miss Stale Univ., Mississippi State 397G2J 

95-003559 Mishra, Rajnikant and S. P. Shukla EFFECTS OF ENDOSULFAN ON BIOENERGETIC PROPERTIES 
OF LIVER MITOCHONDRIA FROM THE FRESHWATER CATFISH CLARIAS BATRACHUS. Pestle Siochcm 
Phystoi 50(3) 240-246 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Shukla Dep Zool ,Banaras Hindu Umv, Varanasi-221 005, India] 

95-003560 Moiseenko,T.1.,L P Kudryavtseva; I V Rodyushkin,V A Dauvalter;A,A LukmandN.A KashuDn 
AIRBORNE CONTAMINATION BY HEAVY METALS AND ALUMINUM IN THE FRESHWATER ECOSYSTEMS 
OFTHE KOLA SUBARCTIC REGION (RUSSIA), fcotogicaf Effects of Arctic Airborne Contaminants' A Collection 
ol Papers Presented at the International Symposium on the Ecological Effects of Arctic Airborne Contaminants 
Reykjavik, Iceland, 4& October 1993 Dixon H Landers and Susan I Christie, editors Sci Total fnwrtwi 
160,l61(Spec lssue)715-?27 1995 FR 40(2) 

jlnst, N Ecol, ind, Problems, 1 4 Fersman Sir., Apatity, Murmansk Reg, 184200, Russia] Corego/ius lavarelus 
Safvefmus alptntts, Salmo trutta, and fsox lucius. 

W 1995 



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95003561 Nakagawa, Hisaki, Koicln Nakagawa and Tsutomu Sato EVALUATION OF ERYTHROCYTE 
5-AMINOLCVULINIC ACID DEHYDRATASE ACTIVITY IN THE BLOOD OF CARP CYPRINUS CARPIO AS AN 
INDICATOR IN FISH WITH WATER LEAD POLLUTION. Full Sa 61(1)91-95 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Fish , Fac Agric , Kyushu Umv , Fukuokd 81 2, Japan] 

95003562 Nelson, W.G ;T. Neff, P Navratil andj Rodda DISTURBANCE EFFECTS ON MARINE INFAUNAL 
BENTHOS NEAR STABILIZED OIL-ASH REEFS, Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic 
Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 199 J, Long Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Set 
55(2-3)1348 1994 Abslract only FR 40(2) 

[Dep Oceanogr , Ocean Eng & Environ, Sci , f la Inst Teclinol , Melbourne 32901 ] 

9S-003563 Nishimoto, Marc; Bich-Thuy Le Eberharl, Herbert R Sanborn, Cheryl Krone, Usha Varanasi and 
John E Stem. EFFECTS OF A COMPLEX MIXTURE OF CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTS OT HEPATIC 
GLUTATHIONE,L-CYSTEINC AND X-CLUTAMYLCYSTEINE SYNTH ETASE IN ENGLISH SOLE {PLEURONECfES 
VEJULU^). Environ Toxico/ Chem 14(3)461-169 1995 FR 40(2} 

jSlein, Northwest Fisli Sci Cent,, NMFS, NOAA, 2725 Montlake Blvd E , Seattle, WA 98112-2097] 

95 003564 Norrgren, Leif and Erik Degerman EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT WATER QUALITIES ON THE EARLY 
DEVELOPMENT OF ATLANTIC SALMON AND BROWN TROUT EXPOSED IN SITU, Ambto 22(4) 213-218 
1993 FR4Q(2) 

(Swedish Univ. Agric Sci, Fac Vet Med,Dep Pathol, S-750 07 Uppsala, Sweden) Sa/mosatar and S trutla 
in Scandinavia, 

95-003565 O'Hare, D B-, P. W. ). Robotham and R Gill EROD MEASUREMENT USING POST 
MITOCHONDRIAL SUPERNATAN r (PMS) IN ROACH (RUmttS RUTILUS I ), A POSSIBLE BIOMONITOR FOR 
PAH CONTAMINATION IN THE FRESHWATER ENVIRONMENT Chemosphere 30(2) 257-264 1995. FR 40(2) 
IScliool Environ & Appl, Sci,, Dep Biol,, Umv Derby, Kedleston Rd., Derby DE22 1GB, England] 

95003566 Ocadiz Tapia, Raul. [HISTOPATHOLOGIC OBSERVATIONS IN TILAP1A (OREOCHKOMIS SP ) 
DERIVED FROM MERCURY INTOXICATION FROM TREATMENT WITH TIMEROSAL (MERTHIOLATE) FOR 
12WEEKS.]vet Mex 25(3):298. 1994 Spanish abstract only FR40{2) 

95 0035&7 Olsson, Mats. ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF AIRBORNE CONTAMINANTS IN ARCTIC AQUATIC 
ECOSYSTEMS: A DISCUSSION ON METHODOLOGICAL APPROACHES. Ecological Effects of Arctic Airborne 
Contaminanis A Collection of Papers Presented at the International Symposium on the Ecological Effects of Arctic 
Airborne Contaminants, Reykjavik, Iceland, 4 8 October 1993 DixonH Landers and Susan I Christie, editor*. So 
Total Environ !60,161(Spec, lssue):619-630. 1995 FR 40(2) 

JContam. Res. Group, Swedish Mus Nat Hist, Box 50007, 104 05 Stockholm, Sweden) 

95-003568 Pellelier, E, and C. Audet. TISSUE DISTRIBUTION AND HISTOPATHOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF 
DIETARY METHYLMERCURY IN BENTHIC GRUBBY MYOXQCEPHALUS AENAEUS Bull Environ Conlam, 
Toxico/, 54(5) 724-730 1995 FR 40(2) 

[INKS Oceanol , Rimouski Oceanogr Cent., 310 Ursullnes Ave, Rimouski, PQ, Canada G5L 3A1] 

95 003569 Popova, E. K, and O. A. Ostashkov. |THE EFFECT OP HELIUM-NEON LASER RADIATION ON 
EMBRYOGENESIS OF FISH) In Biologically Active Substances and Factors in Aquaculture. Collected Papers A 
I ClubokovandL A Dushktna, editors p. 140-147, 206 1993. In Russian with English summ FR40(2) 

95-003570 Rask, Marlli; Jaakko Mannio; Martin Forsius, Maximilian Posch and Pekka J Vuormen. HOW MANY 
FISH POPULATIONS IN FINLAND ARE AFFECTED BY ACID PRECIPITATION? Environ Bjol fu/ies 42(1) 51-63 
1995. FR 40(2) 

(Finnish Game & Fish, Res. Insl., Evo Slate Fish. & Aquacult, Res Stn,, FlN-16970 Evo, Finland] Rod/us wtilus 
and Perca fluviatiiis. 

95-003571 Ray, Sankar; Thorben Bieger and David A. Scriiton, 32 P-POSTLABELING ANALYSIS OF AROMATIC 
DNA-ADDUCTS IN LIVER AND BRAIN OF WILD BROOK TROUT (SALVEUNUS FONTINALIS) Chemosphere 
30(4)773-778 1995. FR 40(2) 

[Sci. Branch, Dep. Fish. & Oceans, PO Box 5667, St. John's, NF, Canada A1C 5X1] 

95-003572 Remfelder, John R. and Nicholas S Fisher RETENTION OF ELEMENTS ABSORBED BY JUVENILE 
FISH (MENIDIA MENIOIA, MENIDIA BERYLLINA) FROM ZOOPLANKTON PREY. Limnol Oceanogr 
39(8)-1 783-1 789 1994. FR 40(2) 

IDep Ceol. & Geophysical Sci , Guyot Hall, Princeton Umv , Princeton, NJ 08544-1003) 

95003573 Reulher, Rudolf. MERCURY ACCUMULATION IN SEDIMENT AND FISH TROM RIVERS 
AFFECTED BY ALLUVIAL GOLD MINING IN THE BRAZILIAN MADEIRA RIVER BASIN, AMAZON Environ 
Monil Assess 32(3):239-258. 1994 FR 40(2) 

(Environ Res. Group (MFC), Kandelstr 30, D-79331 Teningen, Germany] Data for eight species 

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95-00:1574 Rimkus, Gerhard C and Manfred Wolf NITRO MUSK FRAGRANCES IN BIOTA FROM 

FRESHWATER AND MARINE ENVIRONMENT, C/ie/nospherc 30(4} 641-651 1995 FR 40(2) 

jFiwdfii VL't Insl Sclileswifj-Holslein, F".O BOX2743, D-2451 7 Neumuensler, Germany] Cyprmuscarpioand 
On corf lyn cbus myfcus 

OS-OO-W; Ronan, Patrick |; Mark Giiikovvski, John M Matter and Cliff H Summers EFFECT OF AMMONIA 
ON C CNTRAL BIOGENIC AMINES IN THE FATHEAD MINNOW PIMEPHALES PROMELAS Am Zoo! 
14(r>)"12M 1994 Abstract only FR4Q(2) 
|Univ. S O , Vormillion 57QW\ 

9500}. r )7f> Ross, Pc>tcr S , Rik I DeSwarl, Peler] H Reijnders; Henk Van Loveren, Joseph G Vos anclAlbert 
D, M E Osti>rhau<. CONTAMINANT-RELATED SUPPRESSION OF DELAYED-TYPE HYPERSENSITIVITY AND 
ANTIHODY RESPONSES IN HARROR SEALS FED HERRING FROM THE BALTIC SEA Environ Hea/th Perspeci 
101(2) 1(^-167. 1995, FR 40(2) 

Eraimus Univ , P,O Box 1 73U, 3000 D.R Rotterdam, Nelherlandsj Ctupea harengus 



95 00.1577 Rouleau, Claude, Hans Tjalve; James Cottofrey and Emilien Pelletier UPTAKE, DISTRIBUTION 
AND EUMLNATION OF 51 Mn(ll) IN THE BROWN TROUT (SALMO TRU7TA) Environ Toxicol Cnem 
U(3)'483~190, 1995 TK 40(2) 

(Pellet icr INRSOccanol, 310 albu des Ursulmes, Rimouski, PQ, Canada C5L 3A1] 

95-003578 Roux, D. J , ] E BarlenliDrst, H H du Preez and G ) Sleyn NOTE ON THE OCCURRENCE OF 
SELECTED TRACE METALS AND ORGANIC COMPOUNDS IN WATER, SEDIMENT AND BIOTA OF THE 
CROCODILE RIVER, EASTERN TRANSVAAL, SOUTH AFRICA Water SA (Pretoria) 20(4)333-340 1994 
FR 40(2) 

[lust. Water Quality Studios, Dcp Water Affairs & For , Private Bag X31 3, Pretoria 0001 , South Africa] Claras 
Kiimyjimis, Cypraitis cwpio, Tiiapia mossambka, T rendaitt, Barbus marequeiis/s, Labeo rosae, and L congoro 

95003579 Slilma, Akihiro and Atsuko Shimada. THE JAPANESE MEDAKA, ORYZWS MTJPES, AS A NEW 
MOOR ORGANISM TOR STUDYING ENVIRONMENTAL GERM CELL MUTAGENESIS Napa Conference on 
Genetic ami Moteculat Ecatoxtcology, October 12*15, 1993, Youmvitle, California Susan L Anderson, tee R 
5/iu||,irl, and William H Sulr, organizers Environ Health Perspect 102(Suppl. 12) 33-35 1994 FR 40(2) 

[lab Rddtalitin Blol , Zool. Insl , School Sci , Univ Tokyo, Bunkyo ku, Tokyo 1 1 3, Japan tel-81 3 5802-291 1, 
fax-Bl 35802-2911] 

95-003580 Shu&arl, Lee and Christopher Theodorakis ENVIRONMENTAL CENOTOXICITY: PROBING THE 
UNDERLYING MECHANISMS, Napa Conference on Cenelic and Molecular Lcotoxicotogy, October 1 2-1 5, 1993, 
YoitMvilk, CiJrfornta Susan L Anderson, tee R Shugart, and William H Suk, organizers Environ Health Perspec! 
IDZlSunpl. 12} 13-17, 1994 TR 40(2) 

[Environ. So Dlv., ORNL, Oak Ridge, TN 37831-6036 tel 61 5-576-5269, fax 61 5-57G-8543] 

95>OQ3Sai Siim, Dick T, H M,; Marlies E, Verberne; Peter Part and Antoon Opperliuizen EXPERIMENTALLY 
DETERMINED BLOOD AND WATER FLOW LIMITATIONS FOR UPTAKE OF HYDROPHOBIC COMPOUNDS 
USING PEROJSID GILLS OF RAINBOW TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS)- ALLOMETRIC APPLICATIONS 
/Vquar Toxrrol (AmslJ 30(4).325 341 1994 FR 40(2) , cn( , TD ,,. >. 

[Cnviron, Clicm, Group, Res lost Toxicol, Univ. Ulreclit, Padualaan 8, P.O Box 80058, NU-3508T8 Utrecht 
Netherlands] 

95-003582 Snudakcr, Samuel C,PGterW Glynn, Darren G Rumbold and Eugene F Corcoran DISTRIBUTIOS 
OF n-ALKANES IN MARINE SAMPLES FROM SOUTHEAST FLORIDA. Mar Pollul Bull 30(1),8389, 1905 

[Div Mar Biol, & Fish,, Rosenstiel School Mar. & Atmos Sci , Univ, Miami, 4600 Rickenbacker Causeway 
Miami, TL 33149] Eptoep/ietos slrialus, E mono, Mycteroperca bonaci, tu(/anus gnseus, and Ocyurus chrysurus 

95-00353 SDiUhworth,G R; R, R. Turner, M J Peterson and M. A Bogle FORMOFMERCURYINSTREAh 
FISH EXPOSED TO HIGH CONCENTRATIONS OF DISSOLVED INORGANIC MERCURY. Chemospher 

30 (Enviroii. Sci Div', Onk Ridge Nail Lab,,PO Box 2008, Bldg. 1505, MS 6036, Oak Ridge, TN 37831 603f 
Leponwi atintus in Tennessee 

95003504 Sleclnick, J D and T. ) Kern RISK ASSESSMENT FOR SALMON FROM WATER QUALIT 
CHANGES FOLLOWING TIMBER HARVESTING Environ Monit Assess 32(3) 227-238. 1994 FR 40 2) 

[Dcp. Earth Resour, Coll. Nat Resour, Colo Stale Univ., Fort Collins 80523) Oncorhyntnus 
Oregon 



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95003585 Stem, John E,, William L Reichert and Usha Varanasi MOLECULAR EPIZOOT1OLOGY 
ASSESSMENT OF EXPOSURE TO CENOTOXIC COMPOUNDS IN TELEOSTS Napa Coherence on Genetic 
and Molecular Ecotoxico/ogy, October 12-15, 1993, Yountvtlle, California Susan L Anderson, Lee R Shugarl, and 
WillmmH Suk, organizers Environ Health Perspect 102(Suppl. 12H923 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Environ Conserv Div, Northwest Fish. Sci. Cenl, NMFS, NOAA, 2725 Montlake Blvd E, Seattle, WA 
98112-2097 lei 20&-860 3330, fax 206 B603335| 

95003586 Steinberg, Christian E W, Renate Lorenz and O Hunnch Spleser EFFECTS OF ATRAZINE ON 
SWIMMING BEHAVIOR OF ZEBRAFISH, 0R/\CHVDAMO RCR/O Water Res 29(3)981-935 1995 FR40(2) 

[Inst Oekol Chem, GSF-Forschungszent Umwell & Gesundheit, Neuherberg, Postfdch 1129, 85758 
Oberschleissheim, Germany] 

95-003587 Steward, A Ruth, Sayed A Elmarakby, Karen G. Stuart, Subodh Kumar and Hansh C Sikka 
METABOLISM OF 2-ACETYLAMINOFLUORENE BY HEPATOCYTES ISOLATED FROM RAINBOW TROUT 
Toxico/ Appl Pharmaco/ 130(2)-188-196 1995 PR 40(2) 

[Sikka Lab Environ Toxicol & Chem, Cent Environ Res & Educ , SUNY, Buffalo. NY 14222 
fax 71 6-878-5400] Oncorhynchus mykiss 

95003588 Stewart, C and) A ] Thompson EXTENSIVEBUTYLTINCONTAMINAT1ONINSOUTHWESTERN 
COASTAL BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA Mar Poliut Bull 28(10)601-606 1994 FR40(2) 

IThompson Dep Fish & Oceans, Ocean Chem Div., Inst Ocean So , P O. Box 6000, Sidney, BC, Canada 
VBL4B21 

95 003589 Suresh, A; B Sivaramaknshna and K. Radhaknshnaiah. CADMIUM INDUCED CHANGES IN ION 
LEVELS AND ATPase ACTIVITIES IN THE MUSCLE OF THE FRY AND FINGERLINCS OF THE FRESHWATER 
FISH, CYPRINUS CARPIO Chemosp/iere 30(2) 367-375 1995. FR 40(2) 

[Dep Zool , Sri Krishnadevaraya Univ , Ananlapur-51 5 003, Andhra Pradesh, Indiaj 

95 003590 Takahashi, N ; R H Dashwood, L r. Bjeldanes, G S Bailey arid D E Williams REGULATION OF 
HEPATIC CYTOCHROME P4501 A BY INDOLE-3 CARBINOL. TRANSIENT INDUCTION Wl fH CONTINUOUS 
FEEDING IN RAINBOW TROUT rood Chem Toxico/ 33(2)-111-120 1995. FR 40(2) 

(Williams, Dep. Food Sci. & Technol & Mar /Freshwater Biomed, Sci, Cent, Oreg, Slate Univ., Corvallis 
97331] Oncof/iynchiis myhss 

95-003591 Tamse, C T , R Q. Gcicutan and A F. Tamse CHANGES INDUCED IN THE GILLS OF MILKFISH 
(CHANOS CHANGS FORSSKAL) FINGERLINGS AFTER ACUTE EXPOSURE TO NIFURPIRINOL (FURANACE. 
P-7138) Bull Environ Contam Toxico/ 54(4)591 596 1995, FR 40(2) 
[Mar Biol. Lab., Woods Hole, MA 02543| 

95-003592 Tester, Patricia A HARMFUL MARINE PHYTOPLANKTON AND SHELLFISH TOXICITY: 
POTENTIAL CONSEQUENCES OF CLIMATE CHANGE Disease in Evolution Global Changes and Emergence 
of tntectiou'i Diseases. Proceedings of the Emerging Diseases Workshop, November 7-JO, 1993, Woods Hole, 
Massachusetts Mary E Wilson, Richard Levins, and Andrew Spie/man, editors Ann NY Acad So Vol. 740 
p. 6976 1994 FR 40(2) 

JNMFS, NOAA, Southeast Fish Sci Cent., 110 Pivers Island Rd , Beaufort, NC 28516 tel-91 9-728 B79. 
fax 919-728-8784] 

95-003593 Tisler, T and ) Zagorc-Koncan. RELATIVE SENSITIVITY OF SOME SELECTED AQUATk 
ORGANISMS TO PHENOL Bull Environ Contain TOXJCQ/ 54(5)717-723 1995 I R 40(2) 

(Nail. Inst Cliem., Hajdrihova 1 9, P O. Box 30, 61115 Ljubljana, Slovuma] Oncorhynchus tnykiss, 

95-003594 Tsuda, Taizo, Shigeru Aoki; Tomohiro Inotic and Mihoko Kojima ACCUMULATION AND 
EXCRETION OF DIAZINON, FENTHION AND FENITROTHION BY KILLIFISH' COMPARISON OF INDIVIDUAL 
AND MIXED PESTICIDES WaterRes 29(2)>455-45B 1995 FR40(2) 

[Shiga Prefectural Inst Public Health & Environ. Sci., 13-45 Gotonhama, OhUu, Shiga 520, Japan] Oryzias 
lalipes 

95 003595 Tulonen, Jouni. CONCENTRATION OF PCB AND OTHER ORGANIC CHLORINE COMPOUNDS 
IN EELS OF THE VANAJAVESI WATERCOURSE IN SOUTHERN FINLAND IN 1990 1993. Report of the J994 
Session of (he EIFAC/tCES Working Croup on Eef, Oviedo, Spain, 26 September-! October 1994 E/fAC(Eur. fnfand 
Fish Advis Comm) Occas Pap No 30 p, 7, 1 7 1994 Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[Evo Inland Fish & Aquaoilt. Res Stn., 1 6970 Evo, Finland, tel.358 1 7 6335251, fax,35B 1 7 6335250] AnguiHa 
angurf/a 



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95-003596 Urtlaneta, H , B Medina and 2 Acosla ORGANOCHLORINE COMPOUNDS IN DSH FROM A 
FARMING STATION IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF PAEZ, STATE OF ZULIA, VENEZUELA Bull Environ Contam 
TOXJCO/ 54(5)703-710 1995 FR 40(2) 

ICenl Biol Res, Fac Humanities Umv Zulia, PO Box. 526, Maracaibo, Venezuela] Schizodon cortt, 
Piochilodas reticulatus, Colossoma, Pimelocius clanas, Potamorhina laticeps, Aequiclens pulcher, Petema haussit, 
Hoplias tnalabancus, and data for five oilier species 

95 003597 Vazquez Hernandez Rosa Maria, Raul Ocadiz Tapia, Ana Auro de Ocampo, Rafael Hernandez 
Gonzalez, Rene Rosiles Martinez and Norms Rivas Sepulveda [MERCURY CONCENTRATION AND 
HLSTOLOCICAL FINDINGS IN FOUR TILAPIA OREOCHROMIS SP ORGANS AFTER TOPICAL 
ADMINISTRATIONS OF THIMEROSALJ Ve( Mex 25(4)333-336 1994 In Spanish with English summ, FR 40(2) 
[Auro de Ocampo Dep, Prod Atuicola, Fac Med Vet & Zootecnia, Univ Nac Autonoma Mexico, 04510 
Mexico, D F , Mexico) 

95003598 von Westerhagen, Hem and David W Klumpp XENOBIOTICS IN FISH FROM AUSTRALIA 
TROPICAL COASTAl WATERS, INCLUDING THEGREATBARRIER REEF Mar Pollut Bull 30(2) 166 169. 1095. 
FR40(2) 

(Klumpp- Australian Inst Mar. Sci , Townsville, M C PMB No 3, Qld 4810, Australia] 

95-003599 Waddell, B and T May SELENIUM CONCENTRATIONS IN THE RAZORBACK SUCKES 
(XVRAUCHEN TJWNU5) SUBSTITUTION OF NON-LETHAL MUSCLE PLUGS FOR MUSCLE TISSUE IN 
CONTAMINANT ASSESSMENT Arch Environ Contam Toxicol 28(3)321-326 1995 FR 40(2) 

1U.S Fish&Wildl Serv,Ecol Serv, Lincoln Plaza Suite 404, 145 East! 300 South, Salt Lake City, UT 841 15) 

95-003600 Waring, Colin P and ] Anne Brown IONOREGULATORY AND RESPIRATORY RESPONSES OF 
BROWN TROUT, SALMO TRUTfA, EXPOSED TO LETHAL AND SUBLETHAL ALUMINIUM IN ACIDIC SOFT 
WATERS Fish PhysioL Biochem 14(1 ).81-91 h 1995 FR 40(2) 

[MAFF, Fish. Lab., Pakefield Rd, Loweslof, Suffolk NR33 OHT, England] 

95003601 Wilson, Rose, Susan Allen Gil, Donald Griffin and Dixon Landers ORGANOCHLORINE 
CONTAMINANTS IN FISH FROM AN ARCTIC LAKE IN ALASKA, USA Ecological Effects of Arctic Airborne 
Contaminants A Collection of Papers Presented at the International Symposium on the Ecological [fleets of Arctic 
Airborne Contaminants, Reykjavik, Iceland, 4-8 October 1993 DixonH Landers and Susan I Christie, editors Sa 
Total Environ 160,161(Spec Issue) 51 1-519. 1995. FR 40(2) 

[ManTech Environ. Techno! , Inc , 200 SW 35th St , Corvallis, OR 97333) 5a/ve//nus namaycush and Thymalfus 
arcticus 

95003602 Zabik,M.E,M ] Zabik;A.M Booren,S Daubenmire; M A Pascall, R Welch and H, Humphrey 
PfSTICIDESANDTOTALPOLYCHLORINATEDeiPHENYLS RESIDUES IN RAW ANDCOOKCDWALLEYEAND 
WHITE BASS HARVESTED FROM THE GREAT LAKES Bull Environ Contam Joxicol 54(3) 39G-402. 1995. 
FR40(2) 

[Dep Food Scr & Human Nutr, Mich. Slate Univ, East Lansing 48823] Slizosfec/ion vttreum vttreum and 
Morons chrysops 

RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT-GENERAL 

95-003603 Adams, Lowell W URBAN WILDLIFE HABITATS A LANDSCAPE PERSPECTIVE Univ Minn Press 
1B6p 1994 Available at $34 95 (cloth) and $16 95 (paper) from Univ Minn Press, 2037 University Avc S.E, 
Minneapolis 55455-3092. FR 40(2) 

95 003604 Albntton, Eric M THE ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT. THE FOUNTAIN DARTER TEACHES WHAT 
THE SNAIL DARTER FAILED TO TEACH Ecot Law Q 21(4)-1007-10G6. 1994. FR 40(2) 
Gambusia georgei and Etheostoma fonticola in Texas. 

95 003605 Amorosi, Thomas; Thomas H McGovern and Sophia Perdikaris, BIOARCHAEOLOGY AND COD 
FISHERIES- A NEW SOURCE OF EVIDENCE Cod and Climate Change Proceedings of a Symposium Held m 
Reykjavik, 23-27 August 1993 lakob lakobsson, editor Inl Counc vp/or Sea Mar Set Symp Vol. 198 p. 31-48 
1994 FR40(2) 

(N All Biocult Organ (NABO), Bioarchaeol Lab, Dep. Anthropol, Hunter Coll., CUNY, 695 Park Ave, 
New York, NY 10021] 

95 003606 Anderson, Eugene N FISH AS GODS AND KIN, In Folk Management In the World's fisheries. 
Lessons for Modem Fisheries Management Christopher L Dyer and lames R McCoodwin, editors p 139 l&O. 
1994 FR40(2) 

[Cultural A-nthropol , Univ Calif, Riverside 92502) 

95 003607 Anderson, Lee G TOWARD A COMPLETE ECONOMIC THEORY OF THE UTILIZATION AND 
MANAGEMENT OF RECREATIONAL FISHERIES / Environ Econ Manage 24{3).272-295 1993 FR 40(2) 
[Coll Mar Studies & Dcp Econ., Univ Del, Newark 19716-3501] 

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95-003608 Anderson, Lee G AN INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMIC VALUAflON PRINCIPLES FOR 
FISHERIES MANAGEMENT C( Lakes Fish Comm Spec I'ubt 94(2) 97p 199-1 FR40(^) 
(Univ Del, Coll Mar Studies, Newark 19716-3501] 

95003609 Babey,Ceorge) AQUATIC RESOURCES EDUCATION MORE DIVERSITY, MORE IMPACT Lake 
Reservoir Manage 9{2) 53 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 

[Dep, Environ Prot,Fish Div, 79 Elm St, Hartford, CT 06106-5127] 

95-003610 Baden, John A and Tim O'Brien. ECONOMICS AND ECOSYSTEMS COEVOLUTION IN THE 
NORTHWEST Illahee I Northwest Environ 10(3)192-204,1994 FR40(2) 

[Found, Res Econ & Environ , 4900 25th St N E , Suite 201, Seattle, WA 98105] 

95003611 Balon, Eugene K AN INTERVIEW WITH EUGENIE CLARK Women in Ichthyology An Anthology 
in Honour ot ET, Ro, and Genie Eugene K Balon, Michael N Bruton, and David L G Noakes, editors Environ 
Blot Fi5/ies41(1-4)121-l25.1994 FR 40(2} 

(Init Ichthyol & Dep Zool, Umv. Guelpli, Cuelpli, ON, Canada N1C 2W1| 

95Q03612 Balon, Eugene K THE LIFE AND WORK OF EUGENIE CLARK DEVOTED TO DIVING AND 
SCIENCE. Women in Ichthyology An Anthology in Honour ot FT, Ro and Genie Eugene K Ba/on, Michael N 
Bruton, and David L C Noakes, editors Environ Biol fis/iei 41(1-4) B9-1 14. 1094 FR 40(2) 
[Inst. Ichlhyol, & Dep Zool, Umv, Guelph, Guelpli, ON, Canada NIG 2W1] 

95-003613 Balon, Eugene K.; Michael N, Bruton and David L G Noakes, editors WOMEN IN 
ICHTHYOLOGY AN ANTHOLOGY IN HONOUR OF ET, RO AND GENIE Environ Biol Fishes 41(1-4) 7-125 
1994 FR40(2) 

(Inst Ichthyol, & Dep Zool, Coll Biol. Sci, Umv Guelph, Guelph, ON, CanadaNIG 2W1 j Individual papers 
indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

95-003614 Banyard, )ane; Alan Baracco; Don Bodenmiller, Ken Henry, Gary Monshima and Tim Rath 
PRESEASON REPORT I STOCK ABUNDANCE ANALYSIS FOR 1995 OCEAN SALMON FISHERIES Pac Fish 
Manage Council Preseason Rep 1 [70p.] Feb. 1995 FR 40(2) 

Oncor/iync/ius fcisutcn and O tshawytscha in ihe northwestern United Slates 

95003615 Beddington, John THE PRIMARY REQUIREMENTS Nature (lond) 374(6519)213-214, 1995 
FR 40(2) 

Cent. Environ Techno! , Imperial Coll Sci,Technol & Med, 48 Prince's Card, London SW7 2PE, England] 

95-003616 Beecher, Hal A. ELKHORN RULING BOOSTS STATE AUTHORITY TO SET INSTREAM FLOWS 
ON FEDERAL PROJECTS Fisheries (Bethesda) 20(3) 18-19 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Habitat Manage Program, Dep Fish &Wildl, 600 Capitol Way N , Olympia,WA 98501-10911 

95-003617 Begossi, A. and ) L de Figueiredo. ETHNO6CHTHYOLOGY OF SOUTHERN COASTAI 
FISHERMEN CASES FROM BUZIOS ISLAND AND SEPETIBA BAY (BRAZIL). Bull Mar Sci 56(2).7IO-717 1995 
FR 40(2) 

|Nucleo Estudos & Pesq, Ambientais, Univ. Estadual Campinas (UNICAMP), CP 6166, Campinas, SI 
13081-970, Brazil] Data for 144 species 

95 00361 8 Belsey, Jim A NON-SCIENTIFIC OBSERVATION PROMOTING THE SEPARATION OF WILD AND 
DOMESTIC TROUT Wild Trout and Planted Troul Balancing the Scale Proceedings oi a Workshop held at the 
StouderConcourseHotet, Denver, Colorado, May 19 and 20, 1994 Wayne A Hubert, editor p 162-185 1994 
FR 40(2) 

|8607 Ricky Dr , Bozeman, MT 597 1 5. tel-406-586-1 782] 

95-003619 Brown, UurenE THE LESSON OF MT/MfRW: A FALSE MISSING LINK THAT CONVINCED MANY 
OF THE REALITY OF EVOLUTION Am Bio/ Teach, 57(4)202-207 1995 FR40(2) 

[Dep. Biol, Sci, III. State Univ, Campus Box 41 20, Normal 61790-41 20] L chatumnae 

95003620 Brown, Patricia Stocking. EARLY WOMEN ICHTHYOLOGISTS Women in Ichthyology An 
Anthology in I lonotir of ET, Ro, and Genie Eugene K. Balon, Michael N. Brti (On, and David L G Noakes, cijitois 
Environ. Biol. Fishes 41(1 -4)-9-32 1994 FR 40(2) 
[Dep. Biol, Siena Coll , Loudonville, NY 1221 1] 

95 003621 Brown, Russell W and William W Taylor EFFECTS OF A RECREATIONAL DIP-NET FISHERY ON 
RAINBOW SMELT EGG DEPOSITION. N Am I Fish Manage 15(1):165-169 1995 FR 40(2) 

|NMFS, Northeast Fish Sci. Cent,, 166 Water St., Woods Hole, MA 02543-1 097| Osrnerus niordax in 
Michigan. 

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95-003622 Bruton, Michael N THE LIFt AND WORK OF ROSEMARY LOWE-MtCONNELL PIONEER IN 
TROPICAL FISH ECOLOGY Women in Ichthyology An Anthology in Honour ol ET, Ro, and Genie Eugene K 
Baton, Michaef N Brtiton, and David L C Noa/ccs, editors Environ fliol Fishes 41(M) 67-80 1994, FR 40(2) 
|J LB Smith Ins! Iclithyol, Private Bag 1015, Crahamstown 6140, South Africa) 

95-003623 Bruton, Michael N AN INTERVIEW WITH ROSEMARY LOWE-McCONNELL Women in 
Ichthyology An Anthology in Honour of ET, Ro, and Genie Eugene K Bulon, Michael N Bruton, and David L G 
Noakes, editors Environ Biol fishes 41(1-4) B5 87 1994- FR 40(2) 

[) LB Smith Inst Ichlhyol , Private Bag 1015, Graliamstown 6140, South Africa] 

95-003624 Carrcon Lagoc, ), editor CONSERVE BIODIVERSITY Aqua Tarm News ~\ 2(1) 1 21 1994 FR40(2) 
, Aquacult Dcp , P O Box 2 56, lloilo Cily 5000, Philippines] 



95-003&25 Chan, Brian M WILD TROUT AND AUGMENTED TROUT THE BRITISH COLUMBIA 
EXPERIENCE. Wild Trout and Planted 1 Trout Balancing the Scale Proceedings of a Workshop held at the Stoufler 
Concourse Hotel, Denver, Colorado, May 19 and 20, 1994 WayneA Hubert, editor p 140144 1994, FR 40(2) 
(Provincial Mmtst Environ, 1832 Orchard Dr, Kamloops, BC, Canada U2C 4H1 tel, 609-371-6250, 
fax;6Q9 828 4000] Salvelinus tonttnalis, Qncorhynchus inyktss, O nprka, and O clarki, 

95-003626 Chilly, Michael C CONSERVATION POLICE AND WILDLIFE POACHING AN EXPLORATORY 
STUDY, MS thesis, III Stale Univ 127p, 1994 FR 40(2) 

95-003627 Collclte, Bruce B and Michael Vecchione INTERACTIONS BETWEEN FISHERIES AND 
SYSTEMATICS Fisheries (Bethesda) 20(1) 20-25 1995 FR 40(2) 

|Nall, SystemalicsLab,Natl Mus Nat Hist , NOAA, NMFS, Washington, DC 20560] 

95003628 Covtngton,W Wallace, Richard L, Everett; Robert Sleele, Larry L Irwm; 1 om A Daer and Allan N f 
D. Auclair. HISTORICAL AND ANTICIPATED CHANGES IN FOREST ECOSYSTEMS OF THE INLAND WEST OF 
THE UNITED STATES. Assessing Forest Ecosystem Health in the Inland West Papers from the American forests 
Workshop, November H 20, 1 993, Sun Valley, Idaho, Part I R Neil Sampson and David L Adams, editors I 
Sustain For 2{1/2):1363 1994 FR 40(2) ' 

(School For., North Ariz Univ, Flagstaff 8601 1 ] 

95-003629 Craig, ) Stephen WILD TROUT - A NON NATIVE PERSPECTIVE EMPHASIZING RCSQURCt vs 
RECREATION DIFFERENTIATION W/WTrautandPfeniedTrout Ba/ancmgt/ieSca/e Proceedings of a Workshop 
held at the Stouffer Concourse Hotel, Denver, Colorado, May 19 and 20, 199'* Wayne A Hubert, editor 
p. 134-138 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Troul Unlimited, 7200 E Dry Creek Rd, Suite C-210, Englewood, CO 80112. tel'303-220-77&&, 
fax 303 220 &80&] 

95-003630 Curcione.N.FISHY&USINESS-SKIPPERS' SCAMS INTHESOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PARTY BOAT 
FLEET. Deviant Behav 14(2)133-156 1993 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Sociol, Loyola Marymount Univ, Loyola Blvd at W 80th St, Los Angeles, CA 90045) 

9-5003&31 Decker, Daniel ] and Charles C Krueger COMMUNICATION: CATALYST FOR EFFECTIVE 
FISHERIES MANAGEMENT In Inland Fisheries Management in North America Christopher C Kohler and Wayne 
A Hubert, editors p 55-75 1993. FR 40(2) 

|Dep Nat Resour, Cornell Univ, 206 D Fernow Hall, Ithaca, NY 14953] 

95 003632 Dillon, Bob FISHERIES PROFESSIONALS' PREPARING FOR DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGE fis/ienui 
CBeihMdajZOOMO 1995. FR 40(2) 

|Tex A&M Univ, College Station 77843) 

95003633 Dugan, P J WETLANDS IN THE 21st CENTURY THE CHALLENGE TO CONSERVATION 
SCIENCE Cfafaa/Wetfends-OMlVorfcfandNew Updated papenfrom the meeting held at Ohio State University, 
Columbus, Ohio, September 13-U, 7992 William I Mttsch, editor, p 75 87. 1994 FR 40(2) 
|IUCN, 28 Rue Maverney, 1 1 96 Gland, Switzerland) 

95-003634 Dwyer, |ohn F CUSTOMER DIVERSITY AND THE FUTURE DEMAND FOR OUTDOOR 
RECREATION US For Serv Gen Tech Rep RrVJNo 252. 58p, 1994 FR 40(2) 
|North Cenlral For Exp Sin , St. Paul, MN] 



rnrr D Ver, Christopher L andfamesR McGoodwin, editors FOLK MANAGEMENT IN THC WORLD'S 
FISHERIES- LESSONS FOR MODERN FISHERIES MANAGEMENT, Univ Press Colo 347p 1994 Available at 
$24 95 (cloth) from Univ PressColo,P.O Box 849, Niwot 80544 tel-303-530-5337,fax'303-530-530G Selected 
chnpters indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review 



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95 003636 Edwards, Gary NEW USFWS FISHERIES ACTION PLAN WILL HELP FISH Fisheries (Belhesda) 
19(12)10-11 1994 FR40(2) 

[US Fibh Wild! Serv, 18th & C Si NW, Rm 3245, Washington, DC 20240 lei 202 343 6394, 
fax 202-2084674) 

95-003637 Erwm, K L, C M Smith, W R Cox and R P Rutler SUCCESSFUL CONSTRUCTION OF A 
FRESHWATER HERBACEOUS MARSH IN SOUTH FLORIDA, USA. Global Wetlands - Old World and Mew 
Updated papers from the meeting held at Ohio Stale University, Columbus, Ohio, September 13-18, )992 William 
I Mitsch, editor p 493-508 1994 FR 40(2) 

|Kevm L Erwm Consulting Ecol , Inc , 2077 Bayside Pkwy , Ft Myers, R 33901 ] Fundulus chrysotus, Lepomts 
macrochirus, Cambusia hotbrooki, fordanella llondae, and Micropterm sn/moides 

95-003638 FAOoftheUN FAO YIARBOOK, FISHERY STATISTICS COMMODITIES, VOL 75, 1992 MO 
Ftsh Ser No 42 435p 1992 In English, French, and Spanish FR 40(2} 

[Distribution & Sales Seel,, FAO, Via dellc Terms Hi Caracalla, 00100 Rome, lialyl 

95-003639 FAOoftheUN FAO YEARBOOK FISHERY STATISTICS COMMODITIES VOL 74, 1992 FAO 
Fish Ser No. 43 677p 1992. In English, French, and Spanish FR 40(2) 

[Distribution & Sales Seel , FAO, Via delle Ferme di Caracalla, 00100 Rome, Italy] 

95-003640 Felt, Lawrence F TWO TALES OF A FISH, THE SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF INDIGENOUS 
KNOWLEDGE AMONG ATLANTIC CANADIAN SALMON FISHERS In folk Management in the World's 
Fisheries Lessons (or Modern Fisheries Msrtagement Christopher L Dyer and lames R McGoodwtn, editors 
p 251-286 1994 FR 40(2) 

95-003641 Frome, Michael. PROMISED LAND. ADVENTURES AND ENCOUNTERS IN WILD AMERICA, 
REVISED EDITION, Univ Tenn, Press 323p 1994. Available at $19 95 (paper)from Univ. Tenn Pres*, Knoxville 
37996-0325 FR 40(2) 

95-003642 Ciller, P. S.; A G. Hlldrew and D G Raffaelll, editors AQUATIC ECOLOGY. SCALE, PATTERN 
AND PROCESS. Symp Br Ecol Soc No 34 649p 1 994 Available at $75 00 (cloth) from Blackwell Sci , 239 
Mam SI, Cambridge, MA 02 142 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Zool , University Coll,, Lee Mailings, Prospect Row, Cork, Ireland] Selected chapters indexed in this 
issue of Fisheries Review 

95 003643 Goforth, W Reid. THE COOPERATIVE FISH AND WILDLIFE RESEARCH UNIT PROGRAM U S 
Nat! Biol Surv 113p Dec 1994 Available from Publ, Unit, U S Fish&Wildl Serv, 1849 C St, N W, Mail Stop 
1 30, Webb Bldg , Washington, DC 20240, FR 40(2) 

95-003644 Gottesfeld, Leslie M Johnson CONSERVATION, TERRITORY, AND TRADITIONAL BELIEFS AN 
ANALYSIS OF GITKSAN AND WET'SUWET'EN SUBSISTFNCE, NORTHWEST BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA 
Hum Eco/ 22(4)-443-465 1994 FR 40(2) 

|Dep Anthropol , Univ Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada T6G 2H4l Oncorhynchus. 

95003645 GraflOn, R Quentm RENT CAPTURE IN A RIGHTS BASED FISHERY. } Environ Econ Manage 
28(1)48-67 1995. FR 40(2) 

|Dep Econ., Univ, Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, Canada KIN 6N5] 

95003646 Greer, Jerry Dean, editor REMOTE SENSING AND ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT PROCEEDINGS 
OF THE F IFTH FOREST SERVICE REMOTE SENSING APPLICATIONS CONFERENCE, PORTLAND, OREGON, 
11-15 APRIL 1994 Am Soc Photogrammetty & Remote Sensing 378p 1994, Available from Am Soc 
Photogrammetry & Remote Sensing, 5410Grosvenor Ln, Suite 210, Bcthesda, MD 20814, FR 40(2) 

[US For. Serv, Payetle N<itl For,P,O Box 1026, McCall, ID 83638] 

95 003647 Gresswcll, Robert E INVESTIGATION INTO THE IMPORTANCE OF WILD TROUT: VIEWS OF 
AN ECOLOGIST/ENVIRONMENTALIST. Wild Trout ant/ Planted Trout Balancing l/ie Scale Proceedings of a 
Workshop held at the Stoutfer Concourse Hotel, Denver, Colorado, May 19 and 20, 1994, Wayne A. Hubert, 
editor p. 186-190 1994, FR 40(2) 

[Oak Creek Lab. Biol, Dep Fish & Wildl , Oreg Slate Univ , Corvallis 97331-3803) Oncornynclius darfci 
bouvien, 

95 003648 Hall, S ].; D. Raffaelll and S. F Thrush. PATCHINESS AND DISTURBANCE IN SHALLOW WATtR 
BENTHIC ASSEMBLAGES Aqualic Eco/ogy Scale, Pattern and Process P S Ciller, A G Hi/drew, and D. G 
Raffaelll, editors Symp Br Eco/ Soc No, 34. p 333-375 1994, FR 40(2) 
(Mar. Lab , P,O Box 101, Victoria Rd, Aberdeen AB9 8DB, Scotland] 

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95003649 Halverson, Wendy S and A Charles Crabb, editors PROCEEDINGS SIXTEENTH VERTEBRATE 
PEST CONFERENCE, SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA, FEBRUARY 28, MARCH 1 3, 1 994 Proc Vcitcbr Pest Conf 
No 16 36Qp 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Div Flood Manage , Dep Water Resour, Sacramento, CA| Selected paper indexed in this issue of fisheries 
Review 

95003650 Hard, (effrey J SCIENCE, EDUCATION AND THE FISHERIES SCIENTIST fisheries (Bethexh) 
20(3)10-16 1995 FR 40(2) 

[NMFS, Northwest Fish SO Cent , Coastal Zone & Estuarme Studies Div , 2725 Montlake Blvd , E , Seattle, 
WA98112] 

95003651 Hayes, Daniel B, William W Taylor and Edward L Mills NATURAL LAKES AND LARGE 
IMPOUNDMENTS In Inland Fisheries Management in North America Christopher C Kohler and Wayne A 
Hubert, editors p 493-515 FR 40(2} 

[NOAA, NMFS, 166 Water Si , Woods Hole, MA 02543] 

95-003652 Hayes, Peter and Lyuba Zarsky ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES AND REGIMES IN NORTHEAST ASIA 
hit Environ Attatrs 6(4} 283-319 1994, FR 40(2) 

[Nautilus Inst,, 746 Ensenada Ave , Berkeley, CA 94707 tel 510-526-9296; fax 510-526-9297; 
e-mail npr@igcapcorg] 

95 003653 Helvey, Mark EMERGING FEDERAL FRAMEWORK FOR RESTORATION OF NATURAL 
RESOURCES' NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR AQUATIC HABITAT ENHANCEMENT Proceedings of the Fifth 
International Conteierice on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA 
William} Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3),1337 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 
[NMFS, Southwest Reg , 300 S Ferry St, Terminal Island, CA 9071 3] 

95003654 Hubert, Wayne A, editor WILD TROUT AND PLANTED TROUT BALANCING THE SCALE 
PROCEEDINGS OF A WORKSHOP HELD ATTHE STOUFFER CONCOURSE HOTEL, DENVER, COLORADO, 
MAV19AND20, 1994. Co/o/VVVo Chapter Am Fish Soc 222p 1994 Available at $20.00 from Game & Fish 
Dep , Fish Div , 528 S Adams, Laramie, WY 82070. FR 40(2) 

(Univ. Wyo, Box 3166 Univ. Sin, Laramie 87071 tel.307-766-5415, fax, 3 07-766-5 62 5] Individual papers 
indexed in this issue of fisheries Review. 

95-003655 Jenkins, Bob DESIRES OF AN AVID TROUT ANGLER WHO IS A PROPONENT OF CATCI I AND 
RELEASE Wild Trout and Planted Trout Balancing the Scale Proceedings of a Workshop held at the Stouffw 
Concourse Hotel, Denver, Colorado, May 19 and 20, 199-i WayneA Hubert, editor p. 58 62 1994 FR 40(2} 
[7035 22nd SI,, Laramie, WY 82070 te1:307-745-4334] 

95-003656 Kareiva, Peter M , Joel C Kmgsolver and Raymond B Huey, editors BIOTIC INTERACTIONS AND 
GLOBAL CHANGE Smauer Assoc , Inc. Publishers 559p 1993. Available at $68 00 (cloth) and $35,95 (paper} 
from Smauer Assoc , Inc, 23 Plumtree Rd , Sunderland, MA 01 375-0407 tel-41 3-549-4300, fax 4 1 3-549-1 1 1 fl, 
e-mail orders@sinauer com FR40(2) 

[Dep Zool,Umv Wash-, Seattle 98195] 

95003657 Khuilar, Pankaj, editor FOCUS ON BIODIVERSITY -1 Indian For 120(9) 757-870, 1994, Papers in 
English with Hindi abstract FR40[2) 

Selected paper indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review 

95-003658 Kochman, Eddie SPORTFISH MANAGEMENT IN COLORADO WITH EMPHASIS ON 
HATCHERY-REARED FISH Wild Trout and flamed Trout Balancing the Scale Proceeding 1 ! of a Workshop hold 
at the Stouter Concouise Hole!, Denver, Colorado, May 19 and 20, 1994. WayneA Hubert, editor n 12-19 
1994 FR40(2) ' 

[Div. Wildl , 6060 Broadway, Denver, CO 8021 6. tel.303-291 -7356; fax:303-294 08741 

95003659 Kohler, Christopher C, and Wayne A Hubert, editors, INLAND FISHERIES MANAGEMENT IN 
NORTH AMERICA Am Fish Soc (Betbesda, Md) S94p. 1993 Available at $41.50 (doth) from Am Fish Soc 
Publ Fulfillment, P O Box 1056, Evans City, PA 16033 tel 412-772-2651. FR 40(2) 

[Hsh. Res Lab, South 111 Univ., Carbondale 62901] Individual chapters indexed in this issue of Fisheries 
Review. 



Jf^^^S^^ Ka '" u r kslis; ' Wblckas ; p Zaanckauskas and J. Prusaile, editors. |THE 
ZUVINTAS RESERVATION (THE DATA OF THE COMPLEX INVESTIGATIONS IN 1 979-1 985) I AtltntNIROtAtl 
Set. Res Inst Mar Fish Oceanogr) 56flp 1 993 In Russian with English summ. FR 40(2) 
fsot lucius. Tinea tfnca, and Afaremis brama in Lithuania. 

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95 003661 Krueger, Charles C and Daniel ) Decker THE PROCESS OF FISHERIES MANAGEMENT In Inland 
Fisheries Management in North America Christopher C Koh!er and Wayne A Hubert, editors p 33-54 1993 
FR 40(2) 

[Dep Nat Resour, Cornell Umv, 206 D Fernow Hall, Ithaca, NY 14853] 

95003662 Kulle, Barbara Joan SOCI AL IDENTITY THROUGH FAUNAL REMAINS THEARCHAEOLOGICAL 
EVIDENCE OF 19th CENTURY MISSIONARY AND FUR TRADE DIETARY HABITS MS thesis, Univ Calgary 
(Canada,) 2 70p 1993, From Masters Abstr Int 33(1 )-62 1995 Order No MAMM88555 FR 40(2) 

95-003663 Lackey, Robert T ECOLOGICAL RISK ASSESSMENT Fisheries (Oelncsc/aJ 19(9} 14-1B 1994 
FR40J2) 

[EPA, Environ. Res Lab , 200 SW 35lh Si , Corvallis, OR 97333] 

95003664 Lamb, Berlon I and Beth A K Coughlan LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS IN INLAND FISHERIES 
MANAGEMENT In Inland Fisheries Management in North America Christopher C Kohterand Wayne A Hubert, 
editors p 77-101 1993,FR40(2) 

|US Fish&Wildl Serv,,Natl Ecol Res. Cent, 4512 McMurryAve, Fort Collins, CO 80525-3400] 

95003665 Larson, Joseph S and D B Mazzarese. RAPID ASSESSMENT OF WETLANDS HISTORY AND 
APPLICATION TO MANAGEMENT Global Wetlands - Old World and New Updated papers from (he meeting 
held at Ohio Slate University, Columbus, Ohio, September J3-J8, 1992. William I Mitsch, editor p 625 636. 
1994 FR40(2) 

(Univ Mass., Environ lust , Blaisdell House, Amherst 01003 0040] 

95003666 Lee, James R PROCESS AND PRODUCT MAKING THE LINK BETWEEN TRADE AND THE 
ENVIRONMENT. Int Environ Affairs 6(4)320-347 1994 FR 40(2) 

[School Int Serv, American Univ, Washington, DC 2001 6] 

95 003667 Leon, Henry STOCK DISCRETENESS IN PACIFIC HERRING IN SOUTHEAST ALASKA, M S theiu, 
Univ Wash 1993 FR40(2) 
Clupea pallasi 

95-003668 Loomis, David K, Charles D. Samuelson and Jane A Sell. EFFECTS OF INFORMATION AND 
MOTIVATIONAL ORIENTATION ON HARVEST OF A DECLINING RENEWABLE RESOURCE Sac & Nat 
Resour 8(1), MB 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Dep. For &Wi1tll Manage., Univ Mass., Amherst 01003-4210] 

95003669 Lyle, Alex A. and Peter S. Maitland. CONSERVATION OF FRESHWATER FISH IN THE BRITISH 
ISLES: THE STATUS OF FISH IN NATIONAL NATURE RESERVES. Aqual Conserv Mar Freshwater EcosysL 
2(l).19-34 1992. FR 40(2) 

Data for 51 species. 

95003670 Magin,C D, T. H. Johnson; 0. Groombndge, M Jenkins and H Smith SPECIES EXTINCTIONS, 
ENDANGERMENT AND CAPTIVE BREEDING, In Creative Conservation interactive Management of Wild and 
Captive Animals Rased on the Sixth World Conference on Breeding Endangered Species, 4 6 May 1 992, /ersey, 
Channel Islands P I S Olney, C M. MaceandA T C Feistner, editors p 3-31 1994. FR40(2) 

(World Conserv Monitoring Cent , 219 Huntingdon Rd, Cambridge CB3 DDL, England! 

95-003671 Martin, Jim ECOSYSTEM INTEGRITY v FISHERIES MANAGEMENT fisnenesfBelfiesda) 19(12} 28 
1994. FR 40(2} 

95 003672 Maser, Chris and lames R Sedell. FROM THE FOREST TO THE SEA- THE ECOLOGY OF WOOD 
IN STREAMS, RIVERS, ESTUARIES, AND OCEANS St Lucie Press 200p 1994, Available at $5995 (doth) from 
St. Lucie Press, 1 00 E Union Blvd., Delray Beach, FL 33483. lei 407-274 9006, fax 407-274-9927 FR 40(2) 

95003673 Malveev, Vladimir; Lilian Matveeva and Gary J. Jones, PHYTOPUANKTON STIMULATION BY 
MOSQUITOFISH IN THE PRESENCE OF LARGE DAPHNIA. Int Ver Theor Angew iimnol Verb 
25(4)-2193-2197 1994. FR 40(2} 

(CSIRO Div Water Resour,, Private Bag 3, Griffith, NSW. 2680, Australia] Cambusia holbmoh. 

95-003674 McCain, Katherme W ISLANDS IN THE STREAM- MAPPING THE FISHERIES & AQUATIC 
SCIENCES LITERATURES. Fisheries (Bethesda) 19(10} 20-27. 1994 FR 40(2) 

(Coll. Inform. Studies, Drexel Univ, Philadelphia, PA 19104 e-mail mccainkw@duvm ocs.drexel edu] 

95 003675 McCarthy, T. K; M. M O'Farrell, P. McGovern and A Duke. IRISH EEL FISHERIES. CURRENT 
STATUS AND STOCK ENHANCEMENTOPTIONS. Report of the 1994 Session of the UFAC/tCES Working Group 
on Eel, Oviedo, Spain, 26 Seplember-1 October (994 EtFACfEur InlandFish Advis CommJQccas Pap No. 30. 
p. 4, 1 6. 1 994. Abstract only FR 40(2) 

[Zool Dep., University Coll., Calway, Ireland. tel:353 91 2441 1 , fax'353 91 25700] Anguilla anguttla. 

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95003676 McEadiron, Lawrence W and Kevin Daniels RED DRUM IN TEXAS, A SUCCESS STORY IN 
PARTNERSHIP AND COMMITMENT, fisheries (Bzthesda) 20(3) u-8 1 995 FR 40(2) 

|Parks & Wildl Dep , 702 Navigation Circle, Rockport, TX 78382] 

95003677 Miles, Donald 1i, editor CONTRIUUTION OF LONG-TERM ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH TO 
CURRENT ISSUES IN THE CONSERVATION OF BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY PAPERS F ROM THE SYMPOSIUM 
PRESENTED ATTHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AMtRICAN SOCIETY OF ZOOLOGISTS, 26 30 DECEMBER 

1992, AT VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA. /\m Zoo! 34(3)365-475 1994 FR40(2) 
]Dep Oiol ScB,Ohio Umv,, Athens 45701] Selected papers indexed in this issue ol Fisheries Review 

95003678 Milsch, W ) , R H Milsch and R E Turner WETLANDS OF THE OLD AND NEW WORLDS 
ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT Global Wetlands - Old Work! and New Updated papers imm the meeting 
held at Ohio Slate University, Columbus, Ohio, Sepiemhfir 13-18, 1992 William I MHscb, editor p 3-56 1994 
FR 40(2) 

[Ohio Slate Umv , School Nal, Resour , 2021 Coffey Rd , Columbus 43210] 

95 003679 Mltsch, William ] GLOBAL WETLANDS - OLD WORLD AND NEW UPDATED PAPERS FROM 
THE MEETING HELD AT OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, COLUMBUS, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 1 1-lfl, 1992 Efseww 
(Amsterdam) 967p 1994 Availablein U S or Canada from Elsevier Sci lnc,PO Box 945, Madison Square Sin, 
New York, NY 101 60 0757 and in all other countries from PO. Box 2 11, 1000 AE Amsterdam, Netherlands, 
FR 40(2) 

iSchoolNat. Resour, Ohio Stale Univ., 2021 Coffcy Rd, Columbus 43210] Selected chapters indexed in 
this issue of Fisheries Review 

950036BO Monarty, Christopher ATLANTIC ELVER SUPPLY 1993-94 Report of the 1994 Session of the 
EIFAC/ICES Working Group on Eel, Ovicdo, Spam, 26 September- 1 October J99-I LlfACfCur Inland Fish Advis 
CommJOccas Pap, No 30 p, 3, 15. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

|Dep.Mar Fish Res Cent, Abbolslown, Dublin 15, Ireland 1613531 B2101 1; fax 3531 8205078] AngtuUa 
angutlla arid A roslraia in the North Atlantic Ocean 

950Q3G81 Mormg, John R ANADROMOUS STOCKS, fn Inland Hsherie!, Management in North America 
Christopher C KoWer and Wayne A I lubert, editors p. 553-580 1993, FR 40(2) 
[Coop Fish & Wildl. Res Unit, Univ Maine, 313 Murray Hall, Orono 04469] 

95003682 Murphy, William F CONTINUING EDUCATIONAL NEEDS OF STATE AGENCY FISH AND 
WILDLIFE BIOLOGISTS Pti D dissertation, I/a Polytech Inst & State Umv 1 8Gp 1 994 FR 40(2) 

95003683 Nakamura, Makoto AQUATIC HABITAT TECHNOLOGY IN THE 21st CENTURY Proceeding* ot 
the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat En/ianceme-nJ, 3-7 November 199 1, Lnitj> Bench, California, 
USA William) Richards, editor Bull Mar So 55(2-3) 1348 1994 Abstract only FR40(2) 

(Tokyo Univ. Fislt , 5 7 Konan 4-Chome, Minnio-Ku, Tokyo 1 08, Japan] 

95003684 Nielsen, Larry A HtSTQRY OF INLAND FISHERIES MANAGEMENT IN NORTH AMERICA In 
Inland Fisheries Management in North America Christopher C Kohler and Wayne A Hubert, editors p 131, 

1993. FR 40(2) 

pep Fish & Wildl, VPI&SU,B1acksburg,VA 24061-032 11 

95003685 Nikijuluw, Victor P. H and Nurzali Naamin CURRENT AND FUTURE COMMUNITY BASED 
FISHERY MANAGEMENT IN INDONESIA Jot/ones Ague Res & Dev I 16(2).! 9-23 1994 FR 40(2) 

| Res. Inst Mar Fish , Jakarta, Indonesia) 

95003686 Nikirk, Neil THE EFFECT OF RECRUITMENT CORRELATION ON LONG-TERM AVERAGE YIELD 

AND CHOICEOFOPTIMALHARVESTSTRATECY:ASIMULATION APPROACH MS inosMAw Was/) 1992 
FR 40(2) 

95003687 Noakes, David L G THE LIFE AND WORK OF ETHELWYNN TREWAVAS- BEYOND THE FOCUS 
ON TILAPIINECICHL1DS Women in fcht/iyo/ogy An Anthology in Honour of ET, Ro, and Ccn/c Eugpne K tialan. 
Michael N Biuton, and David L G Noakes, editors Environ Biol Fishes 41(1-4) 33-49 1994 FR 40(21 

[Insl Ichlhyol. & Dep Zool.Univ Guelph, Guelpli, ON, Canada NIG 2W1) 

95 003&88 Noakes, David L G AN INTERVIEW WITH ETHELWYNN TREWAVAS. Women in Ichthvohuy An 
Anthology in Honour ot FT, Ro, and Genie Eugene K Baton, Michael N Bruton, and David L C Noakes, editors 
Environ Biol Fishes 41(1-4)63-62 1:994. FR 40(2) 

[Inst Ichthyol & Dep Zool., Univ Cuelph, Cuelph, ON, Canada N1G 2W1 1 

95003680 Noble, Richard L and T. Wayne Jones MANAGING FISHERIES WITH REGULATIONS. In Inland 
hsheries Management in North America Christopher C Kohter and Wayne A. Hubert, editors p 383402 1993 
FR 40(2) 

[Dep Fish & Wildl Sd, N.C. State Univ., Camjius Box 7646, Raleigh 27695] 

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95-003690 Olney.P J S,C M MaceandA T C Feistner, editors CREATIVECONSERVATION INTERACTIVE 
MANAGEMENT OF WILD AND CAPTIVE ANIMALS BASED ON THE SIXTH WOULD CONFERENCE ON 
BREEDING ENDANGERED SPECIES, 4 6 MAY 1 992, JERSEY, CHANNEL ISLANDS Chapman & Hall 5 1 7p 1 994 
Available at $9495 (cloth) from Chapman & Hall, One Penn Plaza (41st Floor), New York, NY 10119 
te!212-5641060,ext 241 FR 40(2) 

[Fed Zool Card. Great Britain & Ireland, Zool Card, London, England! Selected chapters indexed in this 
issue of Fisheries Review 

95003691 Ouellet, G; P Albert, P. Y Collm, L Therrien, F Cnron, E Gilbert; ] P SiroJs and G Soiicy 
[SCIENTIFIC OBSERVATION OF AN ATLANTIC SALMON SEA-RANCHING PROJECT Mcliwtes 1993-1954 
Direction de la recherche scientifique ei technique 11993-1994 Activities Direction ot Scientific and Technical 
Research) Minist Agnc Pech Alimentation (Quebec) p 27 1994 French abstract only FR 40(2} 

[Minis! Agnc,, Pech & Alimentation, Dir Rech So Tech, % montee Sandy-Beach, C P 1070, Gaspe, PQ, 
Canada GOC 1 RO] 

95003692 Pajak, Paul URBAN OUTREACH FISHERY MANAGEMENT'S NEXT FRONTIER! Fisheries 
(BelfiesrJa) 19(10) 6-7, 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Div. Fed Aid, US. Fish &WildlServ, Fort Snellmg, MN| 

95-003693 Pajak, Paul, Richard E Wehnes, Lawrence Gates, Gary Sicgwarth, John Lyons, John M Pitlo, Richard 
S, Holland, Donald P Roseboom and Lawrence Zuckerman AGRICULTURAL LAND U^E AND 
REAUTHORIZATION OF THE 1990 FARM BILL Fisheries (Bclhesda) 19(12) 22-27 1994 TR 40(2) 

95003694 Panek, Frank M RECREATIONAL FISHING IN THE NATIONAL PARKS WHY IS THERE A 
QUESTION? Fisheries (Bethesda) l9(9)-6-7 1994 FR 40(2) 

95-003695 Paragamian, Vaughn L, coordinator SPECIAL SECTION' KOKANEE INVESTIGATIONS N. Am I 
Fish Manage 15(1)173-237 1995 FR40(2) 

[Dep Fish & Game, 2750 Kathleen Ave, Coeur d'Alene, ID 8381 4 1 Oncor/iyncfius nerka. Individual papers 
indexed in this issue of fisheries Review 

95-003696 Patalas, K. CLIMATIC EFFECTS ON BIODIVERSITY IN PLANKTONIC CRUSTACEANS, FISH AND 
TREES IN CANADA. Proc Emomo/ Soc Manitoba Vol. 49 p. 38 1993 Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

95003697 Pauly, D and R Froese FISHBASE ASSEMBLING INFORMATION ON FISH World Aquacull 
25(3)96-97 1994 FR 40(2) 

95003698 Pauly, D, and V, Christenscn PRIMARY PRODUCTION REQUIRED TO SUSTAIN GLOBAL 
FISHERIES Nature (Land) 374(6519)255-237 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Fish, Cent,, Univ. British Columbia, 2204 Mam Mall, Vancouver, BC, Canada V6T 1Z4] 

95-003699 Peters, Tamantha Leigh A RANDOM UTILITY ANALYSIS OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA 
SPORTFISHING MS thesis, Uiw Alberta (Canada) 98p 1993 from Masters Abstr Int 33{1)-72. 199S Order 
No MAMM8812S FR 40(2) 

95-003700 Pmkerton, Evelyn W SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS In folk Management in Jhe World's 
Fisheries Lessons for Modern Fisheries Management Christopher i Dyer and lamps R McGoodwin, editors 
p.317-337 1994 FR 40(2) 

95-003701 Poss, Stuart G. and Bruce B Colletle, SECOND SURVEY OF FISH COLLECTIONS IN THE UNITED 
STATES AND CANADA Copeia 1995(1).4fl-70 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Gulf Coast Res. Lab , P.O Box 7000, Ocean Springs, MS 39566-70001 

95-003702 Pybas, Donald W and William Seaman, Jr. ARTIFICIAL REEF CONSTRUCTION PATTERNS IN 
FLORIDA Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3 7 November 
199), long Beach, Ca/itomia, USA William 1 Richards, editor Bull Mar So 55(2-3)'135u, 1 0'J4 Abstract only 
FR 40(2) 

[Sea Grant Ext Program, RSMAS, 4600 Rickenbacker Causeway, Miami, FL 33149] 

95-003703 Raffaelli, D G, A G Hildrew and P S, Ciller SCALE, PATTERN AND PROCESS IN AQUATIC 
SYSTEMS CONCLUDING REMARKS Aquatic Ecology Scale, Pattern and Process P S Ciller, A G Hrfdrew, and 
D, G Raffaellt, editors Symp Br Ecol Soc No. 34 p, 601-606, 1994 FR40(2) 

[Culterly Field Sin, Univ. Aberdeen, Newburgh, Ellon, Aberdeen AB41 OAA, Scotland] 

95-003704 Ray, Lewis CATCHING AND KEEPING TROUT IT IS GREAT RECREATION VWM Trout and Wanted 
Tfoul Balancing the Scale Proceedings of a Workshop held at the Stoufter Concourse Hotel, Denver, Colorado, 
May 19 and 20, 1994 Wayne A. Hubert, editor p 56-57.1994 FR 40(2) 
(Ray's Taxidermy, 201 W. Yellowstone, Casper, WY 82601 ] 

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95-003676 McEacltron, Lawrence W and Kevin Daniels RED DRUM IN TEXAS A SUCCESS STORY IN 
PARTNERSHIP AND COMMITMENT fisheries (Selhesda) 20(3) 6 8 1995 FR 40(2) 
(Parks & Wildl Dcp , 702 Navigation Circle, Rockport, TX 78382] 

95003677 Miles, Donald B, editor CONTRIBUTION OF LONG-TERM ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH TO 
CURRENT ISSUES IN THE CONSERVATION OF BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY PAPERS FROM THE SYMPOSIUM 
PRESENTED AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF ZOOLOGISTS, 26 30 DECEMBER 
1992, AT VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA. Am Zoo/ 34(3)365475 199-1 FR 40(2) 
[Dep Biol Sci, Ohio Univ, Athens 45701] Selected papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review 

95 003678 Milsch, W, ) , R H Milsch and R C Turner WETLANDS OF THE OLD AND NEW WORLDS 
ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT Global Wetlands Old World and New Updated papers from the meeting 
held at Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, September 13-18, 1992 William I Milsch, editor p 3 56 1994 
FR 40(2) 

[Ohio Stale Univ , School Nat Resour , 2021 Coffey Rd , Columbus 432 1 0] 

95 003679 Milsch, William ) GLOBAL WETLANDS - OLD WORLD AND NEW UPDATED PAPERS FROM 
THC MEETING HELD AT OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, COLUMBUS, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 13-18, 1992 F/JGWW 
(Amsterdam) %7p 1994 Available in U S or Canada from Elsevier So lnc,PO Box 945, Madis.cn Square Sm, 
New York, NY 101600757 and in all oilier countries from PO. Box 211, 1000 AE Amsterdam, Netherlands 
FR4Q(2) 

[School Nat Resour, Ohio Slate Univ, 2021 Coffey Rd, Columbus 43210] Selected chapters indexed in 
tins issue of fisheries Review 

95-003680 Motiarty, Christopher ATLANTIC ELVER SUPPLY 1993-94. Report of the 1991 Session of the 
EtFAC/ICES Working Group on Eel, Oviedo, Spam, 26 September-) October 1994 /MC(fur Inland Fish A(Mf. 
CommJOccas Pap No 30. p 3,15 1994 Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[Dep.Mar Fish. Res. Cent, Abbotstown, Dublin 15, Ireland tel.3531 82101 1, fax-3531 B205078Mntfwffa 
anguilla and A rostrata in the North Atlantic Ocean 

95 003681 Moring, John R ANADROMOUS STOCKS In Inland fisheries Management HI North America 
Christopher CKoh/er and Wayne A Hubert, editors p 553-580 1993 FR 40(2) 
[Coop Fish &Wildl. Res Unit, Univ. Maine, 313 Murray Hall, Orono 04469] 

95 003682 Murphy, William F CONTINUING EDUCATIONAL NEEDS OF STATE AGENCY FISH AND 
WILDLIFE BIOLOGISTS Ph D dissertation, Va Polylech tnst & State Univ 186p. 1994 FR 40(2} 

95-003683 Nakamura, Makoto AQUATIC HABITAT TECHNOLOGY IN THE 2 1 st CENTURY Proceedings oi 
the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, 
USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3) 1 34fl 1 994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 
[Tokyo Univ, Fish , 5 7 Konan 4-Chome, Mmato Ku, Tokyo 1 00, Japan] 

95 003684 Nielsen, Larry A HISTORY OF INLAND FISHERIES MANAGEMENT IN NORTH AMERICA. In- 
Inland Fisheries Management m North America Christopher C Koh/er and Wayne A Hubert, editors p. 4 1 1 . 
1993 FR40(2) 

(Dep. Fish & Wild! , VPI&SU, Blacksburg, VA 24061 0321] 

95003685 Nikijuluw, Victor P H. and Nurzali Naamm CURRENT AND FUTURE COMMUNITY-RASED 
FISHERY MANAGEMENT IN INDONESIA Indones Agric Res & Dev I 16(2)19-23 1994 FR40(2) 
|Res Insl Mar. Fish, Jakarta, Indonesia] 

95-003686 Nikirk, Neil THE EFFECT OF RECRUITMENT CORRELATION ON LONG-TERM AVERAGE Yl ELD 
AND CHOICE OF OPTIMAL HARVEST STRATEGY, A SIMULATION APPROACH MS UKSIS, Univ. Wash 1992 
FR40(2) 

95-003687 Noakes, David L G THE LIFE AND WORK OF ETHELWYNN TREWAVAS: BEYOND THE FOCUS 
ON TILAPIINE C1CHLIDS. Women in Ichthyology An Anthology in Honour ofET, Ro, and Genie, Eugene K Baton, 
Michael N. Bruton, and David L G Noakes, editors Environ Biot F/shes41(1-4)'33-49. 1994 FR 40(2) 
(Insl Ichthyol & Dep Zool , Univ Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada NIG 2W1] 

95-003688 Noakes, David L G. AN INTERVIEW WITH ETHELWYNN TREWAVAS. Women in Ichthyology An 
Anthology in Honour ol ET, Ro, and Genie Eugene K Balon, Michael N Bru ton, and David L C. Noakcs, editors 
Environ Biol fishes 41(M):63 65. 1994 FR 40(2) 

|lnst Ichthyol. & Dep. Zool., Univ Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada N1G 2W1 ] 

95 003689 Noble, Richard L and T, Wayne Jones MANAGING FISHERIES WITH REGULATIONS, lir inland 
Fisheries Management in North America Christopher C Kohler and Wayne A Hubert, editors p. 383 402. 1993 
FR40{2} 

]Dep Fish &Wildl Sci.,NC State Univ, Campus Box 7646, Raleigh 27695] 
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RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT-GENERAL (Continued) 

95-003690 O1ney,P ) S,C M MaceandA T C Feislner, editors CREATIVE CONSERVATION INTERACTIVE 
MANAGEMENT OF WILD AND CAPTIVE ANIMALS BASED ON THE SIXTH WORLD CONFERENCE ON 
BREEDING ENDANGERED SPECIES, 4-6 MAY 1 992, JERSEY, CHANNEL ISLANDS Chapman A Hall 5 1 7p 1 094 
Available at $9495 (cloth) from Chapman & Hall, One Pcnn Plaza (41st Floor), New York, NY 10119 
tel 2 12-564-1 060, ext 241 FR 40(2} 

[Fed Zool Card Great Britain & Ireland, Zoo! Card, London, England] Selected chapters indexed in this 
issue of Fisheries Review. 

95003691 Ouellet, G, P Albert, P, V Collm; L Piemen; F Caron, E Gilbert, ) P Sirois and G. Soucy 
[SCIENTIFIC OBSERVATION OF AN ATLANTIC SALMON SEA-RANCHING PROJECT! Act/vdes 1993-199-J 
Direction de la recherche saenlifiqiie el technique 1 7993-1994 Activities Direct/on ot Scientific and Technical 
Research \ Mmist Agnc Pech Alimentation (Quebec) p 27 1994 Frertcn abstract only FR 40{2) 

|Mmist Agnc,Pech & Alimentation, Dir Recli Sci Tech, 96 montee Sanrly Beach, C P 1070, Gaspe, PQ, 
Canada COC1RO] 

95-003692 Pajak, Paul URBAN OUTREACH FISHERY MANAGEMENT'S NEXT FRONTIER? Fisheries 
^efbesc/a) 19(1 0)6-7 1994 FR 40(2) 

|Div Fed Aid, U S. Fisli & Wildl Serv , Fort Snellmg, MN] 

95-003693 Pajak, Paul, Richard E Wehnes, Lawrence G&les, Gary Siegworth, John Lyons, John M Pillo, Richard 
S, Holland, Donald P, Roseboom and Lawrence Zuckerman. ACRICULTURAl LAND USE AND 
REAUTHORIZATIONOFTHE 1990 FARM BILL fisheries (BethesdaJ 19(12) 22-27 1994. FR 40(2) 

95-003694 Panek, Frank M RECREATIONAL FISHING IN THE NATIONAL PARKS WHY IS THERE A 
QUESTION? fisheries (BeI/iesda)19(9).6-7 1994 FR 40(2) 

95-003695 Paragamian, Vaughn L, coordinator SPECIAL SECTION KOKANEE INVESTIGATIONS N Am I 
Fish Manage 15(1)173-237 1995 FR 40(2) 

(Dep Fish &Game, 2750 Kathleen Ave,, Coeur d'Alcne, IDB3814] Oncorhynchus ncrka Individual papers 
indexed in llns issue of fisheries Review 

95-003696 Palalas, K CLIMATIC EFFECTS ON BIODIVERSITY IN PLANKTONIC CRUSTACEANS, FISH AND 
TRECS IN CANADA, Proc Emomol Soc Mdmto/w Vol 49. p 30 1993. Abstract only, FR 40(2) 

95-003697 Pauly, D. and R Froese. FISHBASE- ASSEMBLING INFORMATION ON FISH World Aquacult 
25<3) 96-97 1994 FR 40(2) 

95003698 Pauly, D and V Christensen PRIMARY PRODUCTION REQUIRED TO SUSTAIN GLOBAl 
FISHERIES Nature ftondj 374(651 9) 255-257 1995 FR 40(2} 

[Fish Cent , Univ British Columbia, 2204 Main Mall, Vancouver, BC, Canada V6T 1 Z4] 

95003699 Peters, Tamantha Leigh A RANDOM UTILITY ANALYSIS Of SOUTHERN ALBERTA 
SPORTFISHINC MS thesis, Univ Alberta (Canada) 9flp 1993, From Masters Abslr Int 33(1)72 1995 Ordc-r 
No MAMM88128 FR 40(2) 

95 003700 Pmkerton, Evelyn W SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS. In Folk Manage/riP/it in the World's 
Fisheries Lessons for Modern fisheries Management Christopher L Dyer ami lames R McGooc/wm, editor;, 
p. 317-337. 1994 FR 40(2) 

95-003701 Poss.SluartG and Bruce B Collelte SECOND SURVEYOFFISH COLLECTIONS IN THE UNITED 
STATES AND CANADA, Copeia 1 995(1 ) 40 70 1 995, FR 40(2) 

[Gulf Coast Res Lab , P O, Box 7000, Ocean Springs, MS 39566-70001 

95-003702 Pybas, Donald W and William Seaman, Jr ARTIFICIAL REEF CONSTRUCTION PATTERNS IN 
FLORIDA Proceedings ol the Win /ntemationiif Conference on Aquatic Hnbitm Enhancement, 3 7 November 
J99 1, Long Beach, CaWbrnia, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3) 1 350. 1 994, Abslracl only. 
FR40(2) 

[Sea Grant Ext. Program, RSMAS, 4600 Rickenbacker Causeway, Miami, FL 33149] 

95-003703 Raffaelli, D G,, A G Hildrew and P S Ciller SCALE, PATTERN AND PROCESS IN AQUATIC 
SYSTEMS' CONCLUDING REMARKS AqualrcCco/oBX Sea/ft Pawn and Process P S Ciller, A C, t-lttdrew, ami 
D C Raftaellt, editors Symp Br Ecol Soc No. 34. p 601-606 1994 FR40(2) 

|Culterly Field Sin , Univ Aberdeen, Newburgh, Cllon, Aberdeen AR41 OAA, Scotland] 

95 003704 Ray, Lewis. CATCHING AND KEEPING TROUT, IT IS GREAT RECREATION WtklTrout and Planted 
Trout: Balancing the Scale Proceedings of'a Workshop held at the Stoufter Concourse Hotel, Denver, Co/orac/r), 
May J9and20, 1994 Wayne A Hubert editor p 56-57. 1994. FR 40(2) 
(Ray's Taxidermy, 201 W Yellowstone, Casper, WY 82601] 

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95003705 Remert, Robert E FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORIES THE OLD AND THE NEW Lake Resenw 

Manage 9(2) 108 1994 Abstracl only FR 40(2) 

[School For RebOr,Univ Ga, Athens 30602 email rreinert@ugacc ugaedu] 

95 003706 Ribbmk, A ] BIODIVERSITY AND SPECIATION OF FRESHWATER FISHES WITH PARTICULAR 
REFERENCETO AFRICAN CICHLIDS Aquatic Ecology Scale, Pattern and Process P S Ciller, A C Htldrew, and 
D G Raffaelti, editors Symp lir Ecol Soc No 34 p 261-288 1094 FR40(2) 
[JLB Smith lust Ichthyol, Private Bag 1015, Crahamstown 6140, South Africa] 

95 003707 Richards, William J, editor PROCEEDINGS OF THE FIFTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON 
AQUATIC HABITAT ENHANCEMENT, 3-7 NOVEMBER 1991, LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA, USA 3uii Mar 
Set 55(2-3)2651359 1994 FR40(2) 

[Southeast Fish Cen! , NMFS, 75 Virginia Beach Dr , Miami, FL 33 1 49) Selected papers and abstracts indexed 
in this issue ol Fisheries Review 

95-003708 Ritchie, Scott A and Clay L Montague SIMULATED POPULATIONS OF THE BLACK SALT MARSH 
MOSQUITO (AEDESTAENIORHYNCHUS) IN A FLORIDA MANGROVE FOREST Ecol Mode//. 77(2-3) 123 141 
1995 FR40(2) 

(Trap Public Health Uml, PO Box 35, Cairns, Qld 4870, Australia] 

95-003709 Robertson, John M, Dennis A Conway and Charles Pecor PLANNING AND CONDUCTING 
EXTERNAL PROGRAM REVIEWS Fisheries (Belhesda) 19(12) 12-18 1994 FR 40(2) 
[Fish. Div,Dep Nat Resour, Lansmg, MI48909] 

95-003710 RosenlunrJ, Bruce D., David R Stevens and Therese Johnson WILD TROUT AND PLANTED 
TROUT BALANCINGTHESCALEVIEWSOFAFISHBIOLOGISTFROMTHEUS FISH AND WILDLIfESERVICE. 
Wftd Trout and Planted Trout Balancing the Scale Proceedings of a Workshop held at the Stouficr Concourse 
Hots!, Denver, Colorado, May 19 and 20, 1994 Wayne A Hubert, editor p. 146-168 1994 FR 40<2) 

|US Rsh & Wildl Serv, Fish & Wtldl Assistance Off, 730 Simms, Suite 290, Golden, CO 80-10 K 
tel-303-231-S287| 

95-00371 1 Sampson, R. Neil and David L Adams, editors. ASSESSING FOREST ECOSYSTEM HEALTH IN THE 
INLAND WEST PAPERS FORM THE AMERICAN FORESTS WORKSHOP, NOVEMBER 1420, 1993, SUN 
VALLEY, IDAHO, PART I /Sustain For 2(1/2) 1-220 1994. FR 40(2) 
Selected paper indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

95 00371 2 Sampson, R Neil and David L Adams, editors ASSESSING FOREST ECOSYSTEM HEALTH IN THE 
INLAND WEST PAPERS FROM THE AMERICAN FORESTS WORKSHOP, NOVEMBER 14-20, 1993, SUN 
VALLEY, IDAHO, PART II / Sustain For 2(3/4)221-461 1994 FR40(2) 
(Am For, Washington, DC] 

95-003713 Sanchez, Vicente and Calestous Juma, editors B1ODIPLOMACY GENETIC RtSOURCFS AND 
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS ACTS (African Cent Techno! Studies) Press 370p 1 994 Available from ACTS 
Press, African Cent Technol Studies, PO Box 4591 7, Nairobi, Kenya lei 252-2-565173, fax 569989 FR 40(2) 
[Embassy Chile, Nairobi, Kenya] 

95-003714 Schmidt, Bruce R WILD TROUT vs STOCKED TROUT A STATE MANAGEMENT AGENCY 
PERSPECTIVE Wild Trout and Planted Trout Balancing the Scale Proceedings 01 a Workshop held at the Stouter 
Concourse Hotel, Denver, Colorado, May 19 and 20, 1994 WayneA Hubert, editor p 8085. 1994. FR 40(2) 
[Div Wild! , 1596 W, North Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 841 16 lei 801-538 4810; fax-801-538 4709] 

95-003715 Schramm,Hal,Jr BIO-LOGIC FISHING, FISHERIES, AND CO-MANAGEMENT Farm Pond Harvest 
2B(4)-20-21 1994 FR 40(2) 

95003716 Schramm, Harold L, Jr and Gary B Edwards THE PERSPECTIVES ON URBAN FISHERIES 
MANAGEMENT: RESULTS OF A WORKSHOP Fisheries (Bethesda) 19(10)-9-15 1994 FR 40(2) 

(Coop Fish & Wildl, Res Umt,PO Drawer BX, Mississippi State, MS 39762 tel 601-325-7495] 

95003717 Semap(ServicioNacionaldePesca) (FISHERY STATISTICS ANNUAL 1993 \Anu Estadistico Pesca 
(Mexico, DF) 1993 192p 1994 In Spanish FR 40(2} 

(YungayNo 1731, Valparaiso, Chile lel-250009] 

95-003718 Singh, B P BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION IN MANGROVE ENVIRONMENT focus on 
Biodiversity- r Panka, Khullar, editor lnd,an For 120(9}.827-836 1994 In English with Hindi surnni. FR 40(2} 
[Inst For. Productivity, Ranch, Bihar, India] 

?S??o ^ m '. lh ' T m , SCALINC F| SHERIES: THE SCIENCE OF MEASURING THE EFFECTS OF FISHING, 
LrS 2 A a p mb , r rf . PfeSS 392p " im Available al 574.95 (cloth) from Cambridge Univ Press, 1 1O 
Midland Ave, Port Chester, NY 10573 lel'914-937-9600 FR 40(2) 

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95003720 Sprague, Lucian M PROPERTY RIGHTS AND TENURE IN THE COASTAL OCEAN Proceedings 
olthe Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 199 1, Long Beach, California, 
USA William} Richards, editor Bull Mar Set 55(2-3}.135J 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 
(Agric & Rural Dev Dep, World Bank, Washington, DC] 

95-001721 Stowell, Rick DEFINING THE CURRENT RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE FOREST SERVICE AND 
BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT REGARDING TROUT MANAGEMENT IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN 
REGION Wild Trout and Planted Trout Balancing the Scale Proceedings ol a Workshop held at the Stoutter 
Concourse Hotel, Denver, Colorado, May 19 and 20, 1994 Wayne A Hubert, editor p 94-99 1 994. FR 40(2} 
[U.S For Serv , Missoula, MT] 

95-003722 Summerielt, Robert C LAKE AND RESERVOIR HABITAT MANAGEMENT. In Inland Fisheries 
Management in North America Christopher C Kohler and Wayne A Hubert, editors p 231-261 1993 FR 40(2) 
[Dep Amm Ccol,, Iowa Stato Univ, Rm. 124, So II Bldg, Ames 5001 1] 

95-003723 Swanson, Rick and Jack E Williams, INVESTIGATION INTO THE IMPORTANCE OF WILD TROUT 
- PANEL VIEWS OF A FISH BIOLOGIST FROM A FEDERAL LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY Wild Trout and 
Planted Trout Balancing the Scale. Proceedings of a Workshop held at the Stoutfar Concourse Hotel, Denver, 
Colorado, May 19 and 20, 1994 Wayne A Hubert, editor p 170-175 1994 FR40(2) 

[U S. Bur Land Manage, 1849 C St., N.W.Washington, DC 20240 tcl 202-452-7762; fax 202 452-7701] 

95 003724 Terr/ebon ne, R Peter, PROPERTY RIGHTS AND ENTREPRENEURIAL INCOME IN COMMERCIAL 
FISHERIES,/ Environ Econ Manage 28(1}6flB2 1995. FR 40(2) 
|Dep Econ.Ga State Umv, Atlanta 30303] 

95 003725 Tokeshi, Mutsunon COMMUNITY ECOLOGY AND PATCHY FRESHWATER HABITATS Aquatic 
Ecology Scale, Pattern and Process P S Ciller, A G Hi/drew, and D C Raffaelli, editors tytnp Br Ecol Soc No 
34. p 63-91 1994 FR 40(2) 

(School Biol Sci, Queen Mary & Wesifield Coll , Univ London, Mile End Rcl, London El 4NS, England] 

95-OO.S726 Tramor, Mark A FLORIDA'S PICKERELS Fla Wlldl 4-9(1 J.22-23 1995 FR 40(2) 
fsox nfger and ameri'canus. 

95-003727 Trettm, Carl C ; W. Michael Aust and )oe Wisniewski, co editors WETLANDS OF THE INTERIOR 
SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOUTHERN APPALACHIAN MAN AND THE 
BIOSPHERE (SAMAB) CONFERENCE ON WETLAND ECOLOGY, MANAGEMENT, AND CONSERVATION, 
KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE, 28-30 SEPTEMBER 1 993 Water Air SoiJ PolluL 77(3-4) 1 99-553 1 994. FR 40(2) 

[Cent Forested Wetland Res., U S. For. Serv , Southeast For Exp Sin, 2730 Savannah Hwy, Charleston, SC 
29414] Selected papers indexed in tins issue of Fisheries Review 

95-003728 Van Vooren, Al, STATE PERSPECTIVE ON THE CURRENT ROLE OF TROUT CULTURE IN THE 
MANAGEMENT OF TROUT FISHERIES. Wild Trout and Wanted Trout Balancing the Scale Proceedings o( a 
Workshop held at the Stouffer Concourse Hotel Denver, Colorado, May 19 and 20, 1994 Wayne A Hubert, 
editor, p 100-109,1994 FR 40(2) 

]Dep Fish & Game, P O Box 25, Boise, ID 83707 tel 208-33-1-3791 ] 

95 003729 Waste, Stephen THE ALASKA BOARD OF FISHERIES. THE STRUCTURE AND PROCESS OF 
DECISION MAKING PhD dissertation, Univ, Wash 1992 FR 40(2) 

95-003730 Webster, Joe THE ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE 
RELATIVE TO MANAGEMENT OF INLAND RESIDENT SALMON1DS OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS. Wild 'Trout 
and Planted Trout Balancing the Scale Proceedings of a Workshop held at the Sloufter Concourse Hotel, Denver, 
Colorado, May 19 and 20, 1994 WayneA Hubert, editor p 86-92 1994 FR 40(2) 

|U S. Fish & Wlldl Serv , 1 1126 W Rowland Ave , Littleton, CO 801 27. tel. 303-236-01 54; fax 303-236-81 63] 

95-003731 Weithman, A Stephen. SOQOECONOMIC BENEFITS OF FISHERIES. In: inland fisheries 
Management in North America Christopher C Kohler and Wayne A. Hubert, editors p 159-177, 1993. FR40(2) 
|Dep. Conserv,P.O. Box ISO, Jefferson City, MO 65101] 

95 003732 Weller, Milton W FRESHWATER MARSHES ECOLOGY AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT, THIRD 
EDITION Univ Minn Press ]177p.) 1994 Available at $25.00 (cloth) and $12.95 (paper) from Univ. Minn Press, 
2037 University Ave., S E, Minneapolis 55414 PR 40(2) 

95-003733 Wiley, Robert W PROCEDURES FOR CONDUCTING THE FACILITATED WORKSHOP WITH 
MAJOR ISSUES AND SOLUTIONS IDENTIFIED BY THE PROCESS. Wild Trout and Planted Trout- Balancing the 
Sca/e Proceedings ol a Workshop held at the Slouffer Concourse Hotel, Denver, Colorado, May 19 and 20, (994. 
Wayne A Hubert, editor, p. 192-195 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Came & Fish Dep , 528 S, Adams, Laramie, WY 82070. tel'307-745-4046; fax:307-745-8720] 

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95-003734 Wissmar, Robert C , Jeanette E Smith, Bruce A Mclnlosh, Hiram W Li, Gordon H. Reeves and 
James R Sedell ECOLOGICAL HEALTH OF RIVER BASINS IN FORESTED REGIONS OF EASTERN 
WASHINGTON AND OREGON US For Serv Gen Tec/i Rep PNlYNo 326 65p 1994 FR 40(2) 
[School Fish &Cenl Sireamside Studies, Untv Wash, Seattle 98195] 

95003735 Writer, Daniel ] and Clark E Adams FISH, WILDLIFE, AND PUBLIC SERVICE WHY RESOURCE 
PROFESSIONALS MUST MARKET Fisheries (Bethesda) 19(9)20-21 1994 FR 40(2) 

|Dep. Conserv,PO. Box 180, Jefferson City, MO 65102 tel 314-751 4115] 

95003736 Wong, Yuk-Shan and Nora F Y Tarn, editors ASIA-PACIFIC SYMPOSIUM ON MANGROVE 
ECOSYSTEMS PROCEEDINGS OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE HELD AT THE HONG KONG 
UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, SEPTEMBER 1-3, 1993 Hydrobiolosia 295(1-3) 1 362 1995 
FR 40(2) 

jRes Cenl/Biol Dep, Hong Kong Univ Sci & Technol , Clear Water Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong] Selected 
papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

95-003737 Wydoski, Richard S SUMMARY STATEMENT OF INSIGHTS FROM THE WORKSHOP, THE 
BALANCE BETWEEN WILD TROUT AND STOCKED TROUT MANAGEMENT IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN 
REGION Wild Trout and Planted Trout Balancing the Scale Proceedings of a Workshop held at the Stouffer 
Concourse Hotel, Denver, Colorado, May 19and20, 1994 Wayne A Hubert, editor p 196-214 1994. FR 40(2) 
|9148 W Maryland PI, Lakewood, CO 8023 2] 

95 003738 Yan, J S and Y S Zhang, HOW WETLANDS ARE USED TO IMPROVE WATER QUALITY tN 
CHINA Global Weflands - Old World and New Updated papers /ram the meeting held at Ohio State University, 
Columbus, Ohio, September 13-18, 1992 William I Mttsch, editor p 369-376 1994 FR40(2) 

|Res Cent, Eco Environ Sci,Acad Smica,PO Box 934, Beijing 100083, China] Hypophlhalmichthys nohtlte 
and H motHnx. 

ADMINISTRATION AND PLANNING 

95003739 Bayliff.WilliamH, editor THE QUARTERLY REPORT APRIL-JUNE 1994OFTHE INTER-AMERICAN 
TROPICAL TUNA COMMISSION. Inter-Am Trop Tuna Comm Q Rep 46p April June 1994. In English and 
Spanish FR40(2} 

95-003740 EIFAC/ICES REPORT OF THE 1994 SESSION OF THE EIFAC/ICES WORKING GROUP ON Et, 
OVIEDO, SPAIN, 26 SEPTEMBER-1 OCTOBER1994 EIFACfEur Inland Fish Advis Comm)Occas Pap No, 3O 
18p 1994 FR40(2) 

Individual abstracts indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review 

95-003741 FAO of the UN COMMITTEE FOR INLAND FISHERIES OF AFRICA REPORT OF THt SEVENTH 
SESSION OF THE SUB COMMITTEE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF THE FISHERIES OF 
LAKE VICTORIA, KISUMU, KENYA, 27-29 JUNE 1994 FAO Fish Rep No 508 29p 1994 FR40(2) 

95003742 FAOottheUN REPORTOFTHEEIGHTEENTH SESSION OFTHE EUROPEAN INLAND FISHERIES 
ADVISORY COMMISSION, ROME, 17-25 MAY 1994 FAO Fish Rep No. 509. 71p, 1994 FR40(2) 

REPORTS OF FISHERY STATIONS, STATES, ETC. 

95-003743 Bayliff, William H, editor THE QUARTERLY REPORT JULY-SEPTEMBER 1994 OF THE 
INTER-AMERICANTROPICALTUNACOMMISSION Inter-Am Jrop TunaComm Q Rep 38p July-Sept. I 99-1. 
In English and Spanish FR 40(2) 

95-003744 NapoleaodeCarvalhoJose (FISHING AND AQUACULTURE 1 Relatono Dep Nac Ohtas Contra 
Secas (Fona/ezaj 1991-125144 1993 In Portugese FR40(2} 

95-003745 NapoleaodeCarvalhoJose (FISHING AND AQUACULTURE.! Re/alono Dep Nac Oftraj Contra 
Secas (Foria/eza) 1990139-155. 1992 In Portuguese FR 40(2} 

HABITAT ALTERATIONS 

c ^?!\ MEASLJ REMENTS OF INITIAL COLONIZATION OF A SMALL OPEN BOTTOM 
F. COMMENTS ON SHORT TERM EFFECTS ON COMMUNITY STRUCTURE Proceedmu* of 
onterence on Aquatic Hafajiai Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, 
4 editor Buff Mar Sc 55[2-3) 1324 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 
|Va Ensl Mar. So, Coll William & Mary, Gloucester Point 23062] 

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95 003747 Allen, James M ; Roberl R Ware and Michael D Curtis ECOLOGY Of FISH ASSEMBLAGES AT 
AN ARTIFICIAL REEF IN LONG BEACH HARBOR, CALIFORNIA. Proceedings ol the filth International 
Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November f99J, Long Beach, California, USA William 1 
Richards, editor Bull Mar Set 55(2-3)1325 1994 Abstracl only FR 40(2) 
|MBCAppl Environ Sci , Costa Mesa, CA 92627] 

95-003748 Ambrose, Richard F MITIGATING THE EFFECTS OF A COASTAL POWER PLANT ON A KELP 
FOREST COMMUNITY RATIONALE AND REQUIREMENTS FOR AN ARTIFICIAL REEF Proceedings ot the Filth 
International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, Ca/f/ornia, USA 
William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3)694-708 1994 FR 40(2) 

(Environ Sci & Eng Program, Rm 46081 CHS, 10833 LeConte Ave,Umv Calif, Los Angeles 90024-1774] 
Paralabwx dathratm, Media/una ca/iformensis, Oxyju/is caWomica, and / la/ichaere* semicmcius in California 

95003749 Armour, Carl, Don Duff and Wayne Elrnore THE EFFECTS OF LIVESTOCK GRAZING ON 
WESTERN RIPARIAN AND STREAM ECOSYSTEM Fisheries (BetnesdaJ 19(9) 9-12 1994 FR 40(2) 

[U.S Natl Biol Surv,, Fort Collins, CO 80525] 

95003750 Barnes,N,E and R A Bodaly ORIGIN AND ABUNDANCE OF LAKE WHITEFISH (COREGOWUS 
CLUPEAFORMIS) CONGREGATING BELOW A HYDROELECTRIC CONTROL DAM IN NORTHERN CANADA 
Regu/ Rivers Res & Manage 9(4)295-302.1994 FR 40(2) 

|M. M Dillon Ltd , 6 Donald St S , Winnipeg, MB, Canada RJL OK6] 

95-003751 Blancher.EldonC II, Barton G JonesandRayC Greene, REEF STRUCTURE AND REEF FUNCTION 
ENGINEERING AND MATERIALS CONSIDERATIONS FOR ARTIFICIAL RLEF DESIGN Proceed/rigs of the H/tli 
Internauonal Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November I99J, Long Beach, California, USA 
William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3). 1329 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[ARCO A, Inc ,1717 Old Shell Rd , Mobile, AL 36604-1 323] Seriola t/umen/i, Hacmuton plumtcri, and Lut/anus 
campec/ianus in Florida 

95 003752 Bougrova, Ljudmila A, and Leonid Yu Bugrov ARTIFICIAL REEFS AS FISH-CAGE ANCHORS 
Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat enhancement, 3-7 November 199 1, Long 
Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar So 55(2-3)1122-1136 1994, FR 40(2} 
[SADCO-SHELF Ltd , P O. Box 52, St. Petersburg 1 92007, Russia] 

95003753 Branden, Kevin L and Hugh A Reimers THE DEVELOPMENT OF "ENVIRONMENTALLY 
FRIENDLY" TIRE REEFS - 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA Proceeding of the Fifth Jnleraalronaf 
Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA William I 
Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3)1329-1330 1994 Abstract only. FR 40(2) 
[South Australia Dep Fish, Adelaide, S A 5000, Australia] 

95-003754 Briassoulis, Helen ENVIRONMENTAL CRITERIA IN INDUSTRIAL FACILITY SITING DECISIONS 
AN ANALYSIS Environ Manage 19(2).297-31 1 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Natl, Cent Sci Res "Demokrilos," P.O Box 60228, Ag Paraskevi 15110, Athens, Greece) 

95 003755 Buchanan, Mike and John Cirmo MISSISSIPPI'S ARTIFICIAL REEF EFFORT Proceedings of the fifth 
International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 199), Long Beach, California, USA 
William}. Richard-;, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3);1330 1994 Abstract only. FR 40(2) 
[Dep, Wilcll., Fish. & Parks, 2620 Beach Blvd., Biloxi, MS 39531 ] 

95003756 Buckley, Raymond M. ARTIFICIAL REEf AND FISH AGGREGATING DEVICE HABITATS IN 
WASHINGTON STATE. Proceedings of the fifth /nternat/ona/ Conference on Aquatic / labital Enhancement 3-7 
November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bull. Mar So 55(2-3):1330. 1994 
Abstract only FR40(2) 

[Dep. Fish., 1 1 5 Gen, Admin. Blctg,, Olympia, WA 98504] 

95-003757 Bugrov, Leonid Yu; William B. Murav'ev and Ijudmila A Bugrova. COMPLEX ARTIFICIAL 
HABITATS DESIGNING FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MITIGATION, LANDSCAPE ENRICHMENT AND 
UNDERWATER LEISURE INDUSTRY Proceedings ot the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat 
Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, Ca/Hornia, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 
55(2-3),! 331 . 1994. Abstract only, FR 40(2) 

[State Res Inst Lake & River, Fish (GosNIORCH), Makarova emb 26, Leningrad 199053, Russia] 

95-003758 Bull, Ann Scarborough and James ) Kendall, )r. AN INDICATION OF THE PROCESS OFFSHORE 
PLATFORMS AS ARTIFICIAL REEFS IN THE GULF OF MEXICO. Proceedings of the Fifth Jnternalioriaf Conference 
on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 199 f, Long Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor 
Bull. Mar Sci 55(2-3). 1086-1098 1994. FR 40(2) 

(Minerals Manage Serv., Gulf Mexico OCS Reg , Off. Leasing & Environ. (5400), 1 201 tlmwood Park Blvd , 
New Orleans, LA 70123-2394] Data for 15 species in Louisiana. 

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95-003759 Cheney, Daniel; Richard Oestman; Gregory Volkhardt and )enna Getz. CREATION OF ROCKY 
INTERTIOAL AND SHALLOW SUBTIDAL HABITATS TO MITIGATE FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF A LARGE 
MARINA IN PUGET SOUND, WASHINGTON. Proceedings of' the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic 
Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November f 991, Long Beach, California, USA. William I. Richards, editor. Bull. War. Set 
55(2-3):772-782. 1994. FR -10(2) 

[RDA Inl. Inc., 801 Morey Dr., Placervllle, CA 95667-441 1 ] 

95-003760 Chin, Gregory D, and Rik Simmons. EVALUATING ARTIFICIAL REEFS AT PORTEAU COVt 
PROVINCIAL PARK. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 
November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA. William I. Richards, editor. Bull Mar. Sci. 55(2-3 ):1 332-1 333. 1994. 
Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

(Planning & Conserv., Minisl, Lands & Parks, 1610 Ml. Seymour Rd, North Vancouver, BC, Canada V7G 
1L3] 

95-003761 Clark, Susan and Alasdair). Edwards. USE OF ARTIFICIAL REEF STRUCTURES TO REHABILITATE 
REEF FLATS DEGRADED BY CORAL MINING IN THE MALDIVES. Proceedings of the Fifth International 
Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Bench, California, USA. Warn ). 
Richards, ediior. Buff. Mar. Sci. 55(2-3):724-744. 1994. FR 40(2) 

(Cent. Trap. Coaslal Manage. Studies, Dep. Mar. Sci. & Coastal Manage,, Univ. Newcastle, Newcastle upon 
Tyne NE1 7RU, England! 

95-003762 Collins, K.J.; A.C.Jensen; A. P.M. Lockwood and S.J.Lockwood.COASTALSTRUCTURES, WASTE 
MATERIALS AND FISHERY ENHANCEMENT. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aquattc 
Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 199 1, Long Beach, California, USA. William}. Richards, editor. Bull. Mat, Sci 
55(2-3):1240-1250. 1994. FR 40(2} 

|Dep. Oceanogr., Univ. Southampton, Southamplon SOI 7 1 B), England) 

95-003763 Costa, H. H. and M. }. S. Wijeyaratne. UTILIZATION OF MANGROVE SPECIES IN BRUSHPARK 
CONSTRUCTION AND THEIR EFFECTS ON NEGOMBO ESTUARY FISHERY (SRI LANKA). ). Appl. IchthyoL 
10(2-3):96.103. 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Zool., Univ. Kelaniya, Kelaniya, Sri Lanka! 

95-003764 Costa, H. H. EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES ON THE BRUSHPARK FISHERY IN NEGOMBO ESTUARY: 
THE EFFECTS OF UTILIZATION OF DIFFERENT SPECIES OF MANGROVES AS CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL 
ON THE YIELD OF FISH. Proceedings of (he Fifth /nternationaf Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 
November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA. William I. Richards, editor. Bull. Mar. Sci. 55(2-3):1 333. 1994. 
Abstract only. FR 40(2} 

[Dep, Zool., Univ. Kelaniya, Kelaniya, Sri Lanka] 

95-003765 Doeg, T. J. and ]. D. Koehn. EFFECTS OF DRAINING AND DESILTING A SMALL WEIR ON. 
DOWNSTREAM FISH AND MACROINVERTEBRATES. Regul. Rivers Res. & Manage. 9(4):2&3-277, 1994. 
FR 40(2) 

[Freshwater Ecol. Sect., Dep. Conserv. & Nat. Resour., 123 Brown St., Heidelberg, Vic. 3084, AuMra1ia| 
Gadopsis marmorala in Australia. 

95-003766 Doty, Daniel C. DESIGN OF JUVENILE ROCKFISH (5E6ASTES) RECRUITMENT HABITAT ON 
ARTIFICIAL REEFS IN PUGET SOUND. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Hahital 
Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA. William /. Richards, editor. Bull, Mar. Sci. 
55(2-3):1333-1334. 1 994. Abstract only. FR40(2) 

pep. Fish., 1 1 5 Gen. Admin. Bldg., Olympia, WA 985041 

95-003767 Garcia de Jalon, Diego; Pablo Sanchez and Julio A. Camargo. DOWNSTREAM EFFECTS OF A N EW 
HYDROPOWER IMPOUNDMENT ON MACROPHYTE, MACROINVERTEBRATE AND FISH COMMUNITIES 
Reguf. Rivers Res. & Manage. 9(4}:253-261. 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Dep. For. Eng., ETSI Monies, Univ. Polilecnica Madrid, 28040 Madrid, Spain j Salmo tnilla, Cobitis cahtcrom 
leiuascus caroJitertni, Rutifus arcasi Gobio gobio, and Barbus faarbus bocagei in Spain. 

95-003768 Gates, David M. CLIMATE CHANGE AND ITS BIOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES. Sinaucr Ass or, 
Inc., Publishers 280p. 1993. Available at $19.95 (paper) from Sinauer Assoc., Inc., 23 Plumtree Rd., Sumloiland 
MA 01375-0407. FR 40(2) 

95-003769 Good, Bill. LOUISIANA'S WETLANDS: COMBATTING EROSION AND REVITALIZING NATWI 
ECOSYSTEMS. Restor, & Manage. Nofes 11(2):125-133. 1993. FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Nat. Resour., P.O. Box 94396, Baton Rouge, LA 70804-9396. lel:504-342-7308l : 

95-003770 Hawkins, Julie P. and Callum M. Roberts. THE GROWTH OF COASTAL TOURISM IN THE RE[ 
SEA: PRESENT AND FUTURE EFFECTS ON CORAL REEFS, Ambio 23(8):503-508. 1 994. FR 40(2) 
(East. Caribbean Cent., Univ. Virgin Islands, Si. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands 00802] 

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95-003771 Heafey, M C EFFECTS OF DAMS AND DIKES ON FISH HABITAT IN TWO CANADIAN RIVER 
DELIAS Global Wetlands - Old World and New Updated papers from the meeting held at Ohio State University, 
Columbus, Ohio, September 13-18, 1992 William I Mitsch, editor p 185-398. 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Westwalcr Reb Cent, Univ British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada V6T 1Z2J Hiodon a/oso)c/es, 
Stirosledion vitreum, and Oncorhynchus 

95-003772 Jensen, A C, K ] Collins; A P M Lockwood, ) ) Mallmson and W, H Turnpenny 
COLONIZATION AND FISHERY POTENTIAL OF A COAL-ASH ARTIFICIAL REEF, POOLE BAY, UNITED 
KINGDOM, Proceedings of the Filth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3 7 November 
7991, ions Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Set 55(2-3)1263-1276 1994 FR -10(2) 
[Dep. Oceanofjr, Univ Southampton, Southampton S0 17 IB), England] Data for 20 species, 

95-003 773 Larson, Dana W TEXAS' ARTIFICIAL REEF PROGRAM IT MAY NOT BE THE NATION'S WORST 
MUCH LONGER Proceedings ol the fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 
November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3) 1343, 1994 
Abstract only FR 40(2) 

[The Rigs to Reefs Co , 1 734 Maux, Houston, TX 77043| 

95-003774 Lenal, David R and ) Kent Crawford EFFECTS OF LAND USE ON WATER QUALITY A'ND 
AQUATIC BIOTA OFTHREE NORTH CAROLINA PIEDMONTSTREAMS.Hyd/obio/ogia 294(3)185-1 99 1994 
FR 40(2) 

[Div. Environ Manage , Water Quality Seel,, 4401 Reedy Creek Rd , Raleigh, NC 27607] Data for 24 species 

95-003775 Love, Milton; Jeffrey Hyland; Alfred Ebehng, Timothy Herrlinger; Andrew Brooks and Erji Imamura. 
A PILOT STUDY OF THE DISTRIBUTION AND ABUNDANCES OF ROCKFISHES IN RELATION TO NATURAL 
ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND AN OFFSHORE OIL AND GAS PRODUCTION PLATFORM OFF THE 
COAST OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Proceedings ol the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat 
Enhancement, 3-7 November (99), Long Beach, California, USA William ]. Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 
55(2-3) 1062-1085 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Mar. Su lnst,Univ Calif, Santa Barbara 93106] Data for 29 species 

95 00377G Matsubara, Yuliei and Hideakl Noda, DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR OF A MOORED FLOATING FISH 
FARM. IN OCEAN WAVES Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on AquattL Habitat Enhancement, 
3-7 November 1991, iong Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3). 1345 1994 
Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[Dep Civil Eng,Totton Univ, 4-101, Koyama Mmamr, Toltonshi 680, Japan] 

95 003777 McElderry, Howard MONITORING ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATED WITH CONSTRUCTION OFTHE 
VANCOUVER ISLAND NATURAL GAS PIPELINE Proceedings ot the fifth International Conference on Aquatic 
Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA WilltamI Richards, editor Bull, Mar Sci 
55(2-3)' 1 346. 1 994, Abstract only FR 40(2) 

(Archipelago Mar. Res Ltd, 1 1-1 140 Fort St, Victoria, BC, Canada VBV 3K8] 

95003778 Myatt, Evelyn N. and DeWitt O. Myatt III AN ARTIFICIAL REEF FEASIBILITY STUDY FOR 
MARYLAND'S CHESAPEAKE BAY Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat 
Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA William I Richatds, editor. Bull Mar Sci 
55(2-3)'1347 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 

|EcoGenesib,lnc,6711 NW. 25th Way, Ft Lauderdale, FL 33309] 

95-003779 O'Kecffe, Jay and Bryan Davies. CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT OF THE RIVERS OFTHE 
KRUGER NATIONAL PARK: SUGGESTED METHODS FOR CALCULATING INSTREAM FLOW NEEDS. Aquat 
Consurv Mar Freshwater Ecosyst 1(1):55-71. 1991 FR 40(2) 

95 003780 Ong, Jin Eong THE ECOLOGY OF MANGROVE CONSERVATION & MANAGEMENT Asia Pacific 
Symposium on Mangrove Ecosystems Proceedings of the International Conference Held at The Hong Kony 
University of Science & Technology, September 1-3, 1993 Yuk-Shan Wong and Nora F V. Tarn, editors 
f iydrobiotogta 295(1-3}.343-351. 1995, FR 40(2) 

[Cent. Mar. & Coastal Studies, Univ. Sams Malaysia, 1 1800 Penang, Malaysia] 

95 003781 Pentvak, T-, A A Agostmho and E. K. Okada FISH DIVERSITY AND COMMUNITY STRUCTURE 
IN TWO SMALL TRIBUTARIES OF THE PARANA RIVER, PARANA STATE, BRAZIL Hydrobtotogla 
294(3):243-251 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Dep Ecol. & Vertebr. Zool, Univ Lodz, 90-237 Lodz, Banacha 1 2/1 6, Poland] Data for 28 species 

95-003702 Pereladov, M V THE ROLE OF ARTIFICIAL HABITATS IN MUSSEL FARM AND THE COASTAL 
BLACK SEA ECOSYSTEMS Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 
3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA. William I. Richards, editor. Bull Mar. 5ci. 55(2-3):! 349. 1994. 
Abstract only. PR 40(2) 

IVNIRO, V, Krasnoselskaya 17, Moscow, Russia 107140] 

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^\w?u rurw ft l r< *' 9 re(IOry Dlwnc - WARMWATtK STREAM HABITAT IMPROVEMENT EFFORTS \\ 
niiNi^uiN LKLtK M 5 thesis, Umv Mo (Columbia) 165p 1994 FR .10{2) 
icpomis ( yanefht*. Microptenis salmoides, and Ictaluw punctatus in MissoLtri 



PHmpm P " m '^ er ''' ] Honculada MANGROVES AND BRACKISHWATER POND CULTURE IN Th- 
miUH INI* Asi,i-P i ia/,c Symposium on M.i/Tfjrove fcosystems fcos/slems /Vocoee/mgs oC tfie fatcniiiib-s 
conference MoW ai The linn* Kong Umvervty 01 Science & Technology, September 1 3, !W3 ViiHhan bis. 
ana Nora f; Y Tarn, editors Hydmbtolagfa 295(1-3) 303-309 1995 FR40[2) 
lAqiiacult. Dep., SEAFDEC, Tigbauan, DI!O, Plulipprnesl 

llS?n^,Lr^ OSt Roland "-A PLATA RIVER BASIN (SOUTH AMERICA) DEVELOPMENT AS 
ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS ON FISH ASSEMBIAGCS tafre fcservotr Manage 912)106 1994 Alistracl &rf 

le)-S4 1*349 232 n 8 ' 10 "' L ' VeslncJ< & Flsh ' INIDEI> - ' >ase Colon 982, A Jardm, 1063 Buenos Aires 



MarC ' Lldln Rdini Orsi and Clll| ' Rellnl AN OFFSHORE HUOV AS A FAO IM 
Proceedings of the ruth International Conference on AiftiMc Habitat bihancwnwi, 
FR 40(2) r t0flS Be '' C/1 ' Ca '" br; " a UW W/ ' // '' 1 " 1 '- R*'rf>fe editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3) 1 099-1 105, 1 

other's eel"' ' U | > ' ^'' Mar ' & ECD ' An ' m ' Vla Balbl 5 ' 16126 Cenovfl ' ltft 'v' Naucrates doctor and daufor n ; 

wtS^^rW 6 "' avicl W * COMPARISON OFIMPINGED AND OPEN-WATER ALEW1VES ATPlCKtRlNC 
NUCLEAR GENERATING STATION, LAKE ONTARIO N Am 1. Fish Manage 15(1) 15M55. 1095 FR4(HI>, 

Sd Un "' Ontir ' HyAo Technol, 800 Kipling Ave,, Toronto, ON, Canada MHZ 5S-I] 
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950037Bfi Russell, Robert L HABITAT BANKING ARTIFICIAL REEFS, Proceedings ol the MVi 

^ $",?*?. Hab ' lat &''""'''>'<. 3-7 November 1991, long Beach, Caftfomtt U5A VWiam J 
ed;/or. floff Mar 5o 55(2-3) 1351 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 
[Dep. Fish & Oceans, S, Coast Div, J225 Stephenson Pi. Rd, Nanaimo, BC, Canada V9T 1 K3| 



a ^^ Uncolr Cath y^ Hair and JohannD Bell MAN-MADE ROCK BREAKWAltRt 
, ,Tur M r PARISONS BT WEEN BREAKWATERS AND NATURAL REEFS WITHIN A^ 
SOU ASTEJ W AUSTRALIA Proceedings ol the Filth international Confere/u.* on Afl^ath 
^i 7N ^ m ^ r1991 ' L ^ Beach ' ( :ahto f nia l USA Mhun Itochants, editor BuH Mar S* 
94 Absfractonlj- FR 40(2) 

IFish Res, Insi, New South Wales Agnc. & Fish , P,O Box 21, Cronulla, N S W, 2230, Auslrofia] 

IN ABACKW^w'f A?t V ^ L ?r nd R bert f Gau 8 us h BUILDING ISLANDS FOR HABITAT REHAHIUTATlOr- 
RLA HEUPp ER MISSISSIPPI RIVER, ^etoe^M a ^ e 9(2)115 1994 Altrac 



- Cent ' Onalaska. Wl 54650, (^600-783-7550 



Hauer MIT| GATING THE IMPACTS OF STREAM AND 

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. Mod e m E Program, Univ Corp A.mos, Ra s , Box 3000, Boulder, CO 80307-3000) 
95-003793 Taylor G B 1 A R 

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ar5 55 ( 2 -3|:1356.1994 Atetracl only FR <IO(2> 
. Madison, VW 53 707-792 1 \ 
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95003795 Woodhead, Peter M J EFFECTS OF TIDfc GATES ON THE TISH COMMUNITY OF THE EAST 
RIVER The fasi River Tidal Barrage A Symposium on a Multipurpose Addition to New York City's /nlraUmcture 
Douglas Hill, editor Ann NY Acad Sa Vol 742 p 57-68 1994 FR40(2) 
[Mar Sci Res CenI, SUNY, Stony Brook, NY 1 1974-5000] 

95 003796 Zdanowski, Boguslaw CHARACTERISTIC OF HEATED KONIN LAKES, POLLUTION SOURCES, 
MAIN RESULTS AND CONCLUSIONS Ecological Disturbances in Healed Korun Lakes Ian A S7czerbawski, 
Tadeusz Backiel, Bogus/aw Zdanowski, and lerzy Wa/uga, editors Arch Pol Fish 2(2)139160 1994 In English 
with Polish summ, FR 40(2) 

[lust Rybactwa Srodlactowego, ul Qczapowskiego 1 0, 1 0-957 Olsztyn Korlowo, Poland] Clenop/iarynjjodoii 
idella, Hypophthalmichthys nobi/is, and H mofitrix in Poland 

95-003797 Zengel, Scott A , Vicky ) Meretsky, Edward P Glenn, Richard S Felger and David Ortiz CIENECA 
DE SANTA CLARA, A RFMNANT WETLAND IN THE RIO COLORADO DELTA (MEXICO)- VEGETATION 
DISTRIBUTION AND THE. EFFECTS OF WATER FLOW REDUCTION Ecol Dig 4(1 }1 9-36 1995 FR 40(2) 
[Glenn Environ Res Lab, 2601 E Airport Dr, Tucson, AZ 857Q&I 

HARVEST, CREEL CENSUS, ETC. 

)5 003798 Bnnkmann, Uwe K ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AN D TROPICAL DISEASE Disease m Evolution 
Clo6al Changes and Emergence of Infectious Diseases Proceedings of the Emerging Diseases Workshop, 
November 7-10, 1 993, Woods Hole, Massachusetts MaryE Wilson, Richard Levins, and Andrew Spielman, editors 
Ann NY.Acad ici. Vol 740 p 303-311 1994 FR 40(2) 

95-003799 Cohen, Maurie ) TECHNOLOGICAL DISASTERS AND NATURAL RESOURCE DAMAGE 
ASSESSMENT AN EVALUATION OF THE EXXON VALDEZ OIL SPILL Land fcon 71(1)6582 1995 FR40(2) 
[School Public & Environ Affairs, Indiana Univ, Indianapolis 46202] Data for eight species m Alaska. 

95 003800 Epuein, Paul R FRAMEWORK FOR AN INTEGRATED ASSESSMENT OF HEALTH, CLIMATE 
CHANGE, AND ECOSYSTEM VULNERABILITY Disease in Evolution Global Changes and Emergence of 
Infectious Diseases Proceedings of the Emerging Diseases Workshop, November 7-10, 1993, Woods Hole, 
Massachusetts Mary E Wilson, Richard Levins, and Andrew Spiel man, editors Ann N Y Acad Sci Vol 740 
p 423435 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Harvard Mod School, Cambridge Hospital, 1493 Cambridge St , Cambridge, MA 021 39 tel G 1 7-498 1 032, 
fax 61 7-498-1 671, e mail pepsteinigcorg] 

95003801 FAOoftheUN FAO YEARBOOK TRADE VOL 47. MO Slat, Ser No 121 351p 1993, Available 
from Distribution & Sales Sect, FAO, Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 00100 Rome, Italy lei 39 6-57974608; 
fax-39-6-57973 152/5 78261 0/5745090, telex 625852/625853/610181 FAO1 FR 40(2) 



95-003802 Filion, Fern L, Elaine DuWors, Peter Boxall; Pierre Bouchard, Roger Reid, Paul A Gray; 
Bath; Andre Jacquemom and Gregg Legare. THE IMPORTANCE OF WILDLIFE TO CANADIANS HIGHLIGHTS 
OF THE 1991 SURVEY Can Wild! Serv Environ Can GOp. 1993 Also available in French FR 40(2} 
[Canadian Wildl. Serv,, Environ, Canada, Ottawa, ON, Canada K1A OH3 tel, 81 9-997-1095[ 

95 003803 Filion, Fern L , Andre Jacquemonl; Elaine DuWors; Roger Reid, Peter Boxall, Pierre Bouchard, Paul 
A Gray and Alistair Bath THEIMPORTANCEOFWILDLIFETOCANADIANS THE ECONOMIC SIGNIFICANCE 
OF WILDLIFE-RELATED RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES IN 1 991 , Can Witdl Serv Environ Can 46p. 1 994 Also 
available in French FR 40(2) 

[Canadian Wildl. Serv Environ Canada, Ottawa, ON, Canada K1A OH3. tel:B19 997-1095] 

95-003804 Gimenez Hurtado, Enrique, Rafael Tizol Correa and Maria Luisa Hernandez, USE AND 
DISTRIBUTION OF FISH ARTIFICIAL KEEPS IN THE CUBAN SHELF Proceedings ol the fifth International 
Conference on Aquatic Habitat enhancement, 3-7 November T99I, Long Beach, California, USA William I 
Richards, editor Bull Mar Set, 55(2-3) 1 336, 1 994 Abstract only, FR 40(2) 
[Cent. Invest Pesq , Barlovento, Santa Fe, La Habana, Cuba] 

95003805 Jennings, S and N V. C Polumn COMPARATIVE SIZE AND COMPOSITION OF YIELD FROM 
SIX FIJIAN REEF FISHERIES.) Fish Biol 46(1)-2846. 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Cent. Trop Coastal Manage Studies, Dep. Mar Sci & Coastal Manage,, The University, Newcastle upon 
Tyne NE1 7RU, England) Data for 93 species 

95 003806 Knox, Robin F DEMOGRAPHICS OF TROUT ANGLERS IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION 
Wild Trout and Planted Trout Balancing the Scale Proceedings of a Workshop held at the Siouffer Concourst 
Hotel, Denver, Colorado, May !9and20, J994 Wayne A Hubert, editor p 64-78. 1994, FR 40(2) 
[Div. Wildl., 6060 Broadway, Denver, CO 80216 lel-303-29 1-7362] 

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HA11VBT, CRECL CENSUS, ETC (Continued) 

95-005007 Unclbnni, Punnis Robm SPPUAL REGULATIONS INCREASE ANGLER SUCCESS ON THI 
HIWASSbE RIVLR TCNNCSSEE MS Iriws t/iw Tern, 61p 1992 FR 40(2) A ^ LtK iULLt^ UN THt 
QncornynclitK wyfciw uul 5a/mo 



Lmlun, Thomas L A COMPARISON BETWEEN THE FISH SPECIES HARVESTED INTHEll S r,l M I 
Of MLXICO AND nil- NUMBER OF PRODUCTION PLATFORMS PRESENT, Proceed,* of the nft! 
International (.onivrcnLu OH /Ufii.icic Ha/wlcii Enhancement 3-7 November J99J, Lonij Beach Ca/ifornia US/ 1 
W/1/iam/ RirJi<-ir</s, L'djtur BuW fVtar Sci 55(2-3):134'i 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 
[Dop Wiltll & risli Sa, Tox ARM Umv, College Station 77843) 

9100W09 UK y, Jon A and Ch, tries C, Harr CXI'ERIMENTALMONITORINGOFVIRCINIAARTIFICIALREEF 
USING FISHCRMTN'S CATCH DATA Proceeding* of the fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habrt. 
ftifiantmnwil, J7 November 1991, long Bcath, CaJirorrua; USA Witfram I Richards, editor Bull Mar Sc 
55(2-1)524-537 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Se.i Grant Mar. Advisory Program, School Mar. Sci , Va Inst Mar, Sci , Coll William & Mary, Glourestt 
Point 1 1062) Tjulogii on\in, CentropfisKr i(n.Ha, and data for 10 other species. 



9500,1810 McGlcnniiii, (Jiivttt and Kevin t llrandmi COMPARISON OF CATCH AND RECREATION/ 1 
ANGLERS riSHING ON ARTIFICIAL REEPS AND NATURAL SEABED IN GULF ST VINCENT SOUT 
AUSTRALIA, Prorcc'ttoijjs ol I/it' nfth h((?maKon ( i/ Conference on Aq ti.it/ c Hdb/tdl En/iancemeni, 3 7 Novemb 
J9Sf, to/i(j Heac/i, Gi/lfornra, USA William I Ric/iarris, ed/lor Bii// War So 55(2-3)510-523 1994 FR 40(2) 
|S(iulli AuslMlla Rt'5. & (lev, Insl , P.O Box 1 20, Honley Beach, Adelaide, S A 5022, Australia] Data for I 
spudes 

95001811 Murray, panics D A POLICY AND MANAGEMENT ASSESSMENT OF U S ARTIFICIAL RE 
PROGRAMS fVon_>C(t/in(fs of f/ie Tillh /ntcrnadona/ Conference- on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 Novomb 
1991, i(n(lBc.i(f), California, USA William} Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci, 55(2-3) 960-969 1994 FR 40(2) 
| Mar. Advisory Serv, Umv N.C. Sea Grant Coll Program, Box BG05, Raleigh 27695-8605) 

95003812 Murrdyjanms 13 and Carter) Bet? USER VIEWS OF ARTIFICIAL REEF MANAGEMENT IN Tr 
SOUTHEASTERN U,S Pron-cc/iiigs oCtlif 1 Ffftli frile/naiionaf Conference on A(jua[/c Habitat Enhancement. . 
November J*)9I, lone f'p.idi, CaWforiiiii, USA Wi//Jam / Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3) 970-901. 19 ( 
I R 40(2) 

[Mar Advisory Serv, Umv N.C. Sea Cirant Coll. I'rafirani, Box 0605, Raleigh 27695] 

95-003613 Nelson,) Gordon THE SPREAD Of ECOTOURISM SOME PLANNING IMPLICATIONS Enwn 
Conserv 21(3)'Z-lfl IK. 1994. TR 40(2} 

|Dep.Gccigr.& School Urban & lies. Planning Fac Environ Studies, Umv Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, Cana 
N2L3G1| 

95.001014 1'olovin.i, Jeffrey } FUNCTION OF ARTIflCIAL REEFS Proceedings oi the Fifth /ntematio 
Conference on Ar/i/,UJr I liiMlat Enhancement, 3 7 November 1997, Long Beach, California, USA Wiltian 
Kithartls, editor. Hull M.ir id 55(2-3):! Vl*> 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 

ISoulhwcst Pish Com , Honolulu Lab,, NMFS, NOAA, 2570 Dole St , Honolulu, HI 96822-2396) 

<)5 00,1815 Rhodes, Raymond ),; Melvin Bel! and Robert S, Pomeroy, SCUBA DIVER EXPENDITUF 
ASSOCIATED W1TI I SOUTl I CAROLINA'S ARTIHCIAL KEEPS, Proceedings ol the Filth International Confaei 
or>/\{(wat/c MiifjiMt f*)/ian< cment, J-7 November 199J, Long Bench, California, USA William I Richards, cell 
Roll, Mar i<i -i^MVnsO 149-1. Abstract only FR 10{-a) 

[Div Mar. Rtstnir, Wildl & Mnr. Rowur Pop, P.O. Box 1 2559, Charleston, SC 29412] 

91003816 Kulumls, Tmld A PUBMC AND PROfESSIONAL PERSPECTIVES OF VIRGINIA'S STREAM A 
RIVER RCSQUKUS. Mi Uireiy, Vn pnfytcrh /nst & State Umv 221p 1993 PR 40(2) 

<) r j-0<mi? Rohcrlson, Robert A, ALCOHOL AND OUTDOOR RECREATION AN EMPIRIC 
INVrSTIGATION OF VISIIORSTO AN URBAN RIVER CORRIDOR 1 Appl Recr Res 18(31197-209 FR 4i 
[Dap. Rcsoiir, tcon. & Uev , Univ. N 1 1, Durham 03824] 



Said, Mohfl X.aki Mohd ARTIFICIAL REEP AS A TOOL IN HABITAT ENHANCEMENT 
MALAYSIAN WATt RS I'mcGt'tlings ' f '' e f'^'i International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 
November 1WI, long thw.l>, California, USA William I Richards, edrtor Bull Mar Set 55{2-3).1351 ]< 
Abstract (inly PR 40(2) 

IF.IC. Fish, fc Miir SO , Univ. Pt'rtnnian Malaysia, 43400 UPM, Serdang, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia 



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HARVEST, CREEL CENSUS, ETC (Continued) 

95003819 Shao,KT,H-l PengandL-S Chen EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE COAL ASH 
REEFS IN WAN-LI, NORTHERN TAIWAN, REPUBLIC OF CHINA Proceedings oi (he fifth International 
Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA William I 
Richards, editor Bull Mar So 55(2-3} 1352 1994 Abstract only FR 40(20 (Insi Zool.Acad Smica, N.inkang, 
Taipei, Taiwan] 

95-003820 Stephan, C Diannp and Hal R Osburn USE OF PETROLEUM PLATFORMS BY TEXAS 
RECREATIONAL ANGLERS Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 
3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Hull Mar Set 55(2-3), 1353 1J54 
1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 

| At L States Mar Fish Comm,, Suite 310, 1 400 Sixteenth St , NW, Washington, DC 20036] 

95-003821 Stewart,W P,K A Yarborough and] R Sklles USER STUDY CONTRIBUTES TO RIO GRANDE 
MANAGEMENT Park Sci (US Natl Park ServJ 14{2)'1-3 1994 FR 40(2) 
[Tex. A&M Univ, College Station 77843] 

95-003822 Triana, John DIFFERENCES IN THE USE AND PERCEPTION OF THE AUGUST A BUSCH 
WILDLIFE AREA BY BLACKS AND WHITES MS thesis, Univ Mo (Columbia) 103p. 1994 FR 40(2} 

95-003823 Wilson, Mary E , Richard Levins and Andrew Spielm.in, editors DISEASE IN EVOLUTION GLOBAL 
CHANGES AND EMERGENCE OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES PROCEEDINGS OF THE EMERGING DISEASES 
WORKSHOP,NOVEMBER7-10,1993, WOODS HOLE, MASSACHUSETTS Ann NY Acad to Vol 740 503p. 
1994 FR40(2} 

[Mount Auburn Hospital, Harvard Med School, 330 Mount Auburn St, Cambridge, MA 02238 
tel:61 7-499 5026, fax 61 7-499-5495] Selected papers indexed in this ISS.UG of Fisheries Review 

REGULATIONS 

95 003824 Goeman, Timothy )., Donald L. Bonneau; Dominic Baccante; Richard D Clark; David W Willis 
and Gary D. Novmger, SPECIAL FISHING REGULATIONS FOR MANAGING FRESHWATER SPORT FISHERIES. 
Fw/ienes(Bet/idaj20(1):68 1995 FR 40(2) 

95003825 Lansford, Matthew and Laura S. Howorth LEGAL IMPEDIMENTS TO LIMITED ENTRY FISHING 
REGULATION IN THE GULF STATES. Nat Resour I 34(2)'411-442 1994 FR 40{2) 

FISH CONTROL AND REMOVAL 

95003026 Malhson, Craig T; Rue S Hestand III and Boyd Z.Thompson REMOVAL OF TRIPLOID GRASS 
CARP WITH FISH MANAGEMENT BAIT (FMB) Lake Reservoir Manage 9(2)95 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 
[Game & Fresh Water Fish Comm, PO Box 1903, Eustis, FL 32727-1903. tel 904-357-6631] 
Ctenopharyngodon idclla In Florida. 

95-003827 Verritl, Donovan D and Charles R Berry, Jr EFFECTIVENESS OF AN ELECTRICAL BARRIER AND 
LAKE DRAWDOWN FOR REDUCING COMMON CARP AND BIGMOUTH BU FFALO ABUNDANCES N Am 
i fish Manage 15(1)'137-141 1995, FR 40(2) 

(Dep. Biol,, Univ. N,D , Grand Forks 58202] Cypnnus carpio and Ictiobus cypnttellus in Minnesota 

95-003828 Wiley, Robert W. and Richard S Wydoski. MANAGEMENT OF UNDESIRABLE FISH SPECIES In 
Inland Fisheries Management in North America Christopher C Kohler and Wayne A Hubert, editors p. 335-354 
1993-FR40{2) 

[Game & Fish Dep., 528 S Adams, Laramie, WY B2070] 

MARKING AND TAGGING 

95 003829 Buckley, Raymond M ; James E. West and Daniel C Doty INTERNAL MICRO-TAG SYSTEMS FOR 
MARKING JUVENILE REEF FISHES Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat 
Enhancement, 3-7 November 199!, Long Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci. 
55(2-3). 848-857. 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Fish., 1111 Washington St. S E., P.O. Box 43144, Olympia, WA 98504-3144] Sebastes catmnus, S 
mafiger, S aunculatus, S. emphaeus, and Ophiodon elongatus 

95003830 Jorstad, Knut Elrik; Gunnar Noevdal, Ole I, Paulsen and Solveig Thorkildsen RELEASE AND 
RECAPTUREOFCENETICALLYTAGGEDCOD FRY IN A NORWEGIAN FJORD SYSTEM Genetics and Evolution 
of Aquatic Organisms. A Collection of Papers and Articles Selected From Thoie Presented at the Genetics and 
Evolution of Aquatic Organisms Conference Held at Banger, Wales on September 10-16, 1992 A R. Beaumont, 
editor, p 519-528 1994. FR 40(2) 

(Inst Mar. Res, Div. Aquacult, P.O. Box 18X2, Nordnes, N-5024 Bergen, Norway Gadus morhua. 

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MARKING AND TAGGING (Continued) 

95003831 Kami E and F Uiblwn [RECAPTURE OF A RUSSNASE SIX YEARS AFTFR MARKING FROM THE 
ZELLERACHE/MONDSEElOesterrfoch 47(11/12)270 1994 In German FR 40(2) 
Cnom/rosfoma nasus in Austria 

95-003832 Picket!, G D, D R Eaton, R M H Seaby and C P Arnold RESULTS OF BASS TAGGING IN 
POOLE BAY DURING 1 992 Fish Res Lab tea/' Minis! Agric Fish Food (Lowcston) No 74 Up 1 994 FR 40(2) 
[Fish Slock Manage Div, Sect 3. MAFF, Dir. Fish Res, Fish Lab , Lowestofl, Suffolk NR33 OHT, England} 
Dicenirarcniii fabrax m England 

95 003833 Szedlmayer, Stephen T and (elfrey C Howe AN EVALUATION OF SIX MARKING METHODS 
FOR AGtQ RED DRUM, SC/AENOW OCELLATUS US Nail Mar fish Seiv Fish Bull 93(1)191-195, 1994 

(pep Fish & Allied Aquacult, Alburn (Jiw Mar Ext A Re;, Cent, 4170 Commanders Dr, Mobile, AL 
366151 

05 003834 Willett D I USE OF TFMPFRATURF TO MANIPULATE ClRCULUS PATTERNS ON SCALES OF 
SILVER PERCH, BJDYANU5 B/DYANUS (MITCHELL), FOR THE PURPOSE OF STOCK DISCRIMINATION Fah 
Manage Ecol 1(3)157163 1994 FR40(2) 

(South Fish Cent.PO Box 76, Deception Bay, Qld '1508, Australia] 

STOCKING AND INTRODUCTIONS 

05 003835 Bakry Mohamcd Fawzy. THE IMPROVEMENT OF HYDRAULIC EFFICIENCY OF IRRIGATION 
SYSTEMS WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO BIOLOGICAL CONTROL METHOD Irng Draa> Syn 
8(2)123-133 1994 FR 40(2) 

(Res tnst Weed Control & Channel Maintenance, Water Kei, Ont , El Kanatcr EMchaireia, Kalubioa, Egypl] 
Ctenopfiaryngocfofj ideita 

95003836 Beck, B B, L G, Rapaport, M R Stanley Price and A C Wilson, (^INTRODUCTION OF 
CAPTIVE-BORN ANIMAIS In Creative ConsPrv<i(ion Interactive Management of WiW and Captive Animsh. faxd 
on the SMh World Conference on Breeding endangered Species, 4-6 May 1992, Jersey, Channel Islands P f S 
Olney f G M Mace and A T C rcjstner editors. (X 265-205 1094 FR 40(2) 
(Nail, Zoo! Park, Smithsonian Inst , Washington, DC 200081 

95-00.1837 Bninska,M,K Salojam and J. Banks GUIDLLINFS FOR STOCKING COREGONIDS. f/MCffw 
Wand fish Ad/is CommJOccas Pap No. 31 18p 1904, FR 40(2) 
Coregonus alfiu/a, C favaretus, and C pefcd 

95 003838 Cassani, John R : Ernesto Lasio dc la Voga and Holly Allaire AN ASSESSMENT Of TRIPLOID GRASS 
CARP STOCKING RATES IN SMALL WARMWATCK IMPOUNDMENTS lafce Rewvoir Manage 9(2)63, 1904 
Abstract only FR40(2) 

)Lee Cty Hyacinth Conirnl Dist , P Box 60005, Fort Myers,, FL 33006] Ctenop/iarynaof/on idolh in Ftondj 

95 003839 Donnelly, Richard E and Julian D Reynolds. I'ASl DATA ANALYSIS OF ELVER STOCKING ANO 
SILVER EEL CATCH IN THE SHANNON CATCHMENT, IRELAND. Report ol the 1994 Session ot the CltAC/iC$ 
Working Croup on Eel, Oviec/o, inain, 26 ieptefiiHor- 1 October J99I Elf AC (Bur Inland Fish Atlvis Conwi} 
Occas Pap No 30 p. 4, 16 1094 Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[Dap Zoo!, Trinity Coll, Dublin I, Ireland id 353 1 702I36C,, fjx-T>3 1 6778094) /l/>W0a angtttlla 

95 003840 Gocdc, Ron AQUACULTURL/DISEASC/WILD FISH. Wild Trout ami Planted Trout Balancwg (he 
Scale, Proceedings of a Workshop /ic/c/ar (fit 1 Stouftcr Contours Hole 1 /, Denver, Colorado. May J9 and 20, J W4 
Wayne A Hubert, editor p 176 180, 1004 rR 40(2) 

[Dw Wildl.Rcs, 146!, W 200 N, Lo^n, UT 84321. Id 801-752-1066) 

95003841 Griffith, Jock NATIVE ROCKY MOUNTAIN TROUT AND STOCKED TROUT. CAN WE flAVE 
BOTH? Wild Trout and Wanted Troul- Ralanung the Scale I'rocoeilings ot a Workshop held at the Smutier 
Concourse Hotel, Denver, Colorado, May 1!) and 20, 199-1 Wayne A. I tuhcn, editor p 20 39. 1094 fK 40(2) 
(Dep. Biol Sd, Idaho State Univ , Potatollo 83200. Id, 201! 236-21 16J Qncorhynchu*. chrh bnuvien, O c 
pleurtticus, O c stomias, O c wrgmaH O myklsi, O iierku, Satvplmuf malma, 5 lontmalu, ThymalltK arciicus 
niontanus, and Safmo truda, 

95003SI2 Heiclingcr, Roy C, STOCKING FOR SPORT FISHERIES ENHANCEMENT In Inland 
Management in Worlfi America Christopher C Konler and Wayne A I hihen, editors p. 309-333. 1991, 
(Coop, fish, Res, Lab , Soulh III. Univ., Carbondalc 62901 J 

95003843 Johnson, Donn M; Robert ), Bohnkc; David A l-larpman and Richard C. Walsh. tCONOMfC 
BENEFITS AND COSfS OF STOCKING CATCIIABLC RAINBOW TROUT' A SYNTHESIS OF ECONOMIC 
ANALYSIS IN COLORADO N Am. / fts/i Manage 15(1), 26-32 1095 FR40(2) 
(Dep, Econ,, Univ. North. Iowa, Cedar F-ills 506 1 4j O(ii,or/iync/ni> myfexs, 

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STOCKING AND INTRODUCTIONS (Continued) 

95-003844 Jonsson, N , B Jonsson, P Aass and L P Hansen BROWN TROUT 5ALMO TRUTTA RELEASED 
TO SUPPORT RECREATIONAL FISHING IN A NORWEGIAN F]ORD / FtshBioi 46(1)7004 1995 FR 40|2) 
[Norwegian Inst, Nai Res , Tungasletta 2, N-7005 Trondheim, Norway] 

95003045 Kmpp, Friedhelm THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE NORTH-AMERICAN MOSQUITO FISH, 
GAMBUSIA HOIBROOKI, IN SYRIAN INLAND WATERS Zoo/ Middle East Vol 6 p 4550.1992 In English 
with German summ FR 40(2) 

[Forscliungsmst Senckenberg, Senckenberganlage 25, D 6000 Frankfurt a,M 1, Germany] Aphamus memo 

95 003846 Kuikka, Sakari and Maid Salminen DEPENDENCY OF STOCKING RESULT ON THE SIZE OF THE 
RELEASED SALMON SMOLTS (SALMO SAMR L ) IN THE NORTHERN PART OF THE BALTIC SEA Workshop 
on the Postsmolt Biology ol Satmonids m Ranching Systems, November JO-J2, 1992, Umea, Sweden Torlei! 
Eriksson and Torbom larvi, editors Nord I Freshwater Res No 69 p 99 1994 Abstract only FR 40(?) 
[Finnish Game & Fish Res Inst, Helsinki, Finland] 

95-003847 Langeland, A and T Nost INTRODUCTION OF ROACH (RUTILUS RUTILUS) IN AN 
OLIGOHUMIC LAKE 1 COMPETITION IMPACTS ON WHITEFISHfCOREGONUSMVARETUS) ln( Vcr Tfieor 
Angeiv Umnol Verh 25(4)2113-2117 1994 FR 40(2) 

(Norwegian Inst Nat Res,, N-7005 Trondiieim, Norway] 

95-003848 Ll, Hiram W. and Peter B Moyle MANAGEMENT OF INTRODUCED FISHES In Inland Fisheries 
Management in North America Christopher C Kohfer and Wayne A Hubert, editors p, 287-307 1993 FR 40(2) 
[Coop. Fish Res Unit, Oreg. State Univ, Corvallis 973311 

95-003049 McDowall, Robert M THE ORIGINS OP NEW ZEALAND'S CHINOOK SALMON, 
ONCORHYNCHUS TSHAWYTSCHA M<ir Fish Rev 56(1}.1<7 1994 FR 40(2) 
[Natl Inst Water & Atmos. Res., P O, Box 8602, Christen urch, New Zealand] 

95 003650 Moushh,M., A F DeBontandJ Cl Micha [THE CONSEQUENCES OF FISH INTRODUCTIONS 
IN SOME WATERS OF MOROCCO ]/nJ Ver T/ieor A/igew LimnoLVerh 25(4)2180-2181 1994. In French. 
FR 40(2) 

[C N.R.H P, Azrou, Morocco] 

95003851 Nost, T. and A Langeland INTRODUCTION OF ROACH (RUTILUS RUTILUS) IN AN 
OLIGOHUMIC LAKE 2 SELECTIVE PREDATION IMPACTS ON THE ZOOPLANKTON Int Ver. T/ieor Angew 
Limnol Verh 25(4)2118-2122.1994 FR 40(2) 

(Norwegian Inst Nat Res, N-7005 Trondheim, Norway] 

95-003052 Okland,F;T.G Heggberget and B Jonsson MIGRATORY BEHAVIOUR OF WILD AND FARMED 
ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO SAIAR) DURING SPAWNING / Fish Btol 46(1)1-7 1995 FR 40(2) 
^Norwegian Insl Nat Res., Tungaslotta 2, N-7005 Trondheim, Norway] 

95-003853 Parker, Brian R and David W Schindler. ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF TROUT STOCKING IN 
ALPINE LAKES IN BANFF NATIONAL PARK Alberta Nat 25(1)3-5 1995 FR 40(2) 
[Dep Biol Sci,Umv Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada T6G 2E9] 

95-003054 Roberts, Callum M, Norman Qumn; John W Tucker, ]r, and Peter N Woodward 
INTRODUCTION OF HATCHERY-REARED NASSAU GROUPER TO A CORAL REEF ENVIRONMENT N Am 
/ Fish Manage 15(1)159-164 1995 PR 40(2) 

(East. Caribbean Cent, Univ Virgin Islands, Si Thomas, U S Virgin Islands 00802J Epinephelus stnatus in the 
U.S. Virgin Islands 

95003855 Sproul, )ohn T ECONOMIC VIABILITY OF A JAPANESE FLOUNDER STOCK ENHANCEMENT 
PROGRAM IN THE LIMITED ENTRY FISHERY OF ISHIKARI BAY, HOKKAIDO Proceedings ol the Fifth 
International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November J991, Long Beach, California, USA 
William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3)1353 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 

(Hokkaido Univ, Fac. Fish,, Business Econ Dep, 3-1-1 Mmalocho, Hakodate 041, Japan] 

95-003856 Whaley, Roy A. WHAT ARE THE FISHERIES BENEFITS FROM CURRENT STOCKING PRACTICES 
IN LAKES AND RESERVOIRS? Wild Trout and Planted Trout Balancing the Scale Proceedings of a Workshop 
held st the Stoufler Concourse Hotel, Denver, Colorado, May 19 and 20, 1994 Wayne A Hubert, editor 
p, 118-124 1994 FR40(2) 

[Reservoir Res Unit, Game & Fish Dep., 3030 Energy Ln., Suite 100, Casper, WY 82604. tel. 307473-3406; 
fax:307-473-3433] 

95 003857 Wiley, Robert W DEVELOPMENT OF TROUT FISHERIES IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION 
WITH AN OVERVIEW OF FISH CULTURE, WILD TROUT AND FISHERIES MANAGEMENT Wild Trout and 
Planted Trouf Balancing the Scale Proceedings of a Workshop held at the Stoufler Concourse Hotel, Denver, 
Colorado, May J 9 and 20, 1994, Wayne A Hubert, editor p. 2-11, 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Game & Fish Dep , 528 S Adams, Laramie, WY 82070 lei 307-745-4046, fax.307-745-B720l 

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STOCKING AND INTRODUCTIONS (Continued) 

IS-OOiBIB Wmullmd, M H and P II Kossitur DISEASE RISKS ASSOCIATED 
TKANSIOCATIONPROIEUS Jn 



PROIEUS Jn CwwronwivMmn ^ilwacfiw Management oTvWdMr 
c^ 

J S (>fru'y,(. Itf Mact'jmM T C A'Mm'r, L'dnors p. 1 7G 20G 1994 FR 40(2) uianneMslan 

|IUC.N/SSC/Vpt Spi>ii t ilislC,roup,Af>l IJ-70% SOU 2Jrd St , N W Washington, DC 2001?! 

riSHlNG GIAR ANO TECHNIQUES 

W001IW Andrw,N I ;T Jnn,C ferry .iml R I'ratt BY-CATCH OF AN AUSTRAU4NSTOWNFTFIS 
FOR SCI 1001 I'RAWNblMLMI'fN^FUAMACiFAV/) Fish Res (AmsiJ 22(1 2) 1 19-136 1995 F R 40/2) 
Ifish Res liv.1. Now Scmlh Wall's Fish, KO B(K 21, Cronulla, NSW 2230, Australia! HerkloJ, 
rmrc/nmn Am/wssn ajuwtA /A ;K tsnnn'mn, A marfaniH, Acanlfiopajjms aostra/is, and data for eiehi 



95(103060 BI.1U, S Forrest and Susan C Byersdorfer SAUSAGE-SHAPED ARTIFIClAJ POl I F. 

DEVtlOPB) IN ALASKA T() SI UI)YY<)UNC,^>r.YWR RED KING CRABbProceertn^ or tf,e4h Intern 
jicc on Aifo.ilii //.ilJii.il f o/hiiii i>fiicn^ J-7 NovL-mber 199), Lone Beadi Catoorma 

s, ct/JKJf HuH W.ir S^u ')5(MJ B7B HBd 1 9'M S-R 



lisli & dump, 21! Mission Rd, Ktjdlak, AK 99&15] Sdchaeus punctaius, Hexaurammos Se 
, and Niiuirt /il/iyi i wor.ivt rains 



9 r >-003Hf.l lloollus InRt'. CIIANC,[S IN fAFCH COMF'OSlTION OF ELLS ANCU/tM ANCUt 
CAUGHT IN PfKi: NLIS WITH DIPFIRrNr MESH SIZE IN THE HOLBAEK INLET (NORTHERN PA 
SEALAND) Ki'/ww( Oftl\f )Wl Sriwi f l/ie / fM<V/Crs' Woritiiuf Ooyp on Eel, Oviedo, Spain 26 Seple 
Ocinbur 14'M, ll/ACfti/r WiniH/^i A(/vn Cfjium ) Ocms Pap No 30. p 4,16 1904 Abstract only Fi 
Inst. fish, , M.H Ri, , nuututlcriluml Slot, [5K-2920 Charloltenlund, Denmark tel 45 339 



9 r i001B6i ChofiliT, I i. and T. Arimiiti), TUT- CONDI'S ION OF FISH ESCAPING FROM FISHING CE 
REVItW Fnh fAinU)^l(M) JI1.(77. 1 <) ( >f,. fR 40(2) 

Unil, IWi A Mar InM Mcnmrinl Univ, P O Uox 4<)20, St John's, NF, Canada AK 



DwytT, Wtlliom P ami Kohcrl C While INFLUENCE OF ELECTROSHOCK ON SHOR 
GROWTH (H AlHJl I RAIN11OW 1KOUT AND JUVLN1LE ARCTIC GRAYLING AND CUTTHROAT 
N Am I. iKh Muwt\v ) 1(1) I'M I'll \W r > 1 K 40(2} 

|US. llsli& Wllill Viv, .KlIO Hrlilncr C anyon Rd, Bozc'inan, MT 59715J OncornynchiJs mykfss, i 
nnd 



91 OIHHM Hirris, I'airuk J. MIL ROH O( TRAP CAMERAS IN CATCH PER UNIT EFFORT CALCUL 
rUlSOUtMAllANIK ItKlH r SNAPPER-GROUPER COMPLEX Fish Res (AmMj22| 



]Mar KcMJiir, Ki>s InM , 1)c|>. Nat, Ki-srair, I'D. liox 12559, 217 Forl Johnson Rd, 

)] f .yinnolJiowx sax/t oln, CVnimprciris stfwdi, fpinep/ic/us sln'alus, Ca/amos /cucosteus, 
iild for Kimln-r hpcttcsni (lie imilliwi",U>rii Ailantn. Ocean 



l//o, Alfonso ,irl jtkin lloti anfuvo [CMARACTERISTIC OF THE LAMPARA NET I 
MA( KE-RU,ltSHIN(,ANI)St)MI C OMMIN 1 S AtlOUT THE FLEET | MDEPflnst Nac Invest Desona 
Dot- t/c;i( 2.41 f i2 I'l'll In S|i,inMi with I nslish sumni. FR 40(2) 

|lnsl. N.H. Invest ^ Ui'Siitrolln l'cs)|in'r<>, tc 1 75, (7500) Mcir do! Plata, Argentina |icom6eryapo;iii 
( >CCMH, 



<>'i()OUIfif> loncs, M,uU'lm: M HSILINC, IDtWRIS IN THE AUSTRALIAN MARINE ENVIRONME 
/'of/id Hull M)ll)2'i . I'm IR-IOU) 

jHslv Ri-sour. HrJiuli, Uur ROMIIIP Sii.,l>i;p I'rimary Ind & Energy, 1 J O Box Clt, Queen Vicion 
l'arki'S,A(.l MM. Australia) 



Jouvi-ntln, rii'rri' und \\vnn W<-lmcrskirch. CHANGES IN THE POPULATION S 
OLMtXiKAI'HY (31 SCUJtHIKN SIAHIHUS- MANAGEMENT IMPLICATIONS Bird Populate 
|r>( fifUCfVdiiiiiiJFK/W.KJ.incmcnl C"o//t>( k-ti" P,iptvs ol'tfte fiwl fnlemaHona/ Symposium orj 
/n/difK/irt'i/v/.i fmin/u Wifaffic/tJ Octwn/jpr 12 to 16, 1988, atlJie Station Biologique ml 
C M ('cvnin, / P. It'lircinn Jm/ C / M J/Jrom, editors p 297-314 1994 FR 40(2) 
|C.F II A S. I NRS, VO,H*0 Uc.mvnir/Niorl, francc| 



<r>00,tiH,il Miinlanti, (Wandd low trrn-r. SHCmviTY Of CILLNLTS FOR LAKE CURVINA, CY 

AUJU/'A. IN 1 AK1 MAKA(AIIIO, /UUA STATE, VFNt^UElA Butf Mar 5o S6(1)-68-75 1995 FR 

(IONA1AI 1 , (I ADI/, Islaiiun Lntal UIRO, Apdo. Postal 1-316, Maracaibo, Estado Zulia, ' 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

FISHING GEAR AND TECHNIQUES (Continued) 

95-003869 Mounsey, Richard P, Graham A Baulch and Rik C Buckworlh DEVELOPMENT Oi A TRAWL 
EFFICIENCY DEVICE (TED) FOR AUSTRALIAN PRAWN FISHERIES I THE AusTED DESIGN Fish Res (Amsl) 
22(1,2}99-105 1995 CR 40(2) 

[Fish Div, Northern Territory Dep Primary Ind & Fish, GPO Box 900, Darwin, NT 0801, Australia] 

95-003870 Nakamura, Molohiko [COMPARISON OF CAPTURE PROBABILITY BETWCEN TWO DIFFERENT 
NET SAMPLERS FOR THE ANCHOVY LARVA ENGRAULIS IAfON!CUS\ Nippon Suisan CaMaisbi 
60(6)741-747 1994 In Japanese with English summ FR 40(2) 

[Chiia Off Fish Dcp,Aichi Prefecture, Deguchi, Handa, Aichi 475, Japan) 

95 003871 Nishikawa, Telsuya, Mmoru Tanda, Tatsuaki Nagahama and Tadashi Tokai (MESH SELECTIVITY 
OF SMALL TRAWL FOR WHITE-SPOTTED CONGER IN OSAKA BAY | Nippon Suisan Gakfcais/u 60(6)-735-739. 
1994 In Japanese wilh English summ FR40{2) 

[Hyogo Prefectural Fish Exp Stn , FuUimi, Akashi, Hyogo 674, Japan] Conger mynaster in Japan. 

95 003872 Padilla, Jose E and Annabelle C Trinidad AN APPLICATION OF PRODUCTION THEORY TO 
FISHING EFFORT STANDARDIZATION IN THE SMALL-PELACICS FISHERY IN CENTRAL PHILIPPINES. Fish 
Res (Amst.) 22(1,2).U7-153 1995 FR 40(2) 

(Int. Cent Living Aquat Resour Manage, ICLARM MC, P.O Box 2631, 0718 Makall Metro Manila, 
Philippines] 

95-003873 Petrakis,G andK I.Stergiou GILL NET SELECTIVITY FOR DIPLQDUS ANNULARIS AND MULLUS 
SURMUIETUS IN GREEK WATERS Fish Res (Amst) 21(3-4),455464 1995 FR 40(2) 
(Nail Cent Mar. Res, Agios Kosmas, Hellenikon, Athens 16604, Greece] 

95-003874 Ponton, D SAMPLING NEOTROPICAL YOUNG AND SMALL FISHES IN TH11R 
M1CROHAB11 ATS, AN IMPROVEMENT OF THE QUATREFOIL LIGHT-TRAP Arch Hydrobioi 131(4) 495-502. 
1994. FR 40(2) 

[ORSTOM, French lust So Res Dev Coop, BP 165, 97323 Cayenne Cedex, French Guiana] Prislella 
, Hyphcssobrycon sovtcbtbys, and data for 30 other species in French Guiana. 

95003875 Robinb-Troeger, J B, R C Buckworth and M, C L Dredge DEVELOPMENT OF A TRAWL 
EFFICIENCY DEVICE (TED) FOR AUSTRALIAN PRAWN FISH ERIES II FIELD EVALUATIONS OF THE AusTED 
Fish Res Mms022(1,2):107.117 1995 FR 40(2} 

{South. Fish Cent , Queensland Dep. Primary Ind , P O Box 76, Deception Bay, Qld. 4508, Australia] Saunda. 
tintlosquamis, 5i//ago robusta, Paraplagusis gultaia, Platycephalus milieus, and data for 1 3 other species 

95-003876 Sheaves, Marcus John EFFECT OF DESIGN MODIFICATIONS AND SOAK TIME VARIATIONS 
ON ANTILLHAN-Z FISH TRAP PERFORMANCE IN A TROPICAL ESTUARY. Bull Mar So 56(2)475-489. 1995, 
FR 40{2) 

[Dep. Mar. Biol , James Cook Univ North Queensland, Townsville, Qld. 4811, Australia] Data fair 22 species 
in Australia 

95003877 Snyder, Darrel E IMPACTS OF ELECTROFISHING ON FISH Fisheries (flet/iesda) 20(1)26-27, 
1995 FR40(2) 

[Larvdl Fish Lab,, Dep Fish &Wildl Biol., Colo State Umv, Forl Collins 80523] 

FERTILIZATION OF SOIL AND WATER 

95-003878 Bugrov, Leonid Yu, FISH-FARMING CAGES AND ARTIFICIAL REEFS 1 COMPLEX FOR WASTE 
TECHNOLOGY Proceedings of the filth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3 7 
November 1991, Cong Beach, Cahtornta, USA William /. Richards, editor Bull Mat So 55(2-3} 1332 1994. 
Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[State Res Inst Lake & River, Fish (GosNIORCH), Makarova emb. 26, Leningrad 195053, Russia] 

95-003879 Hernandez Correa, Sonia Araceli. [EVALUATION OF SIDE EFFECTS IN THE USE OF 
OVER APPLICATION OF DRIED PAPAYA SEED IN TILAPIA CULTURE.] Vet Mc-x 25(4)386. 1994 Spanish 
abstract only FR40(2) 
7i/ap/a. 

F1SHWAYS, FISH PASSAGE THROUGH DAMS, ETC. 

95-003880 Cada, Glenn F.andJamesE Francfort. EXAMINING THE BENEFITS AND COSTS Or FISH PASSAGE 
AND PROTECTION MEASURES Hydro Rev 14(1)47-55 1995 FR40{2) 

(Oak Ridge Nail Lab,, P.O. Box 2008, Oak Ridge, TN 37831-6036 leUl 5-5 74-73 20) 

FR40(2) 129 1995 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

FISHWAYS, FISH PASSAGE THROUGH DAMS, ETC. (Continued) 

95 003881 Knights, Brian and Eel White. REVIEW OF PASSES FOR EELS Report 01 the 1994 Session of the 
E/MC//CES Working Croup on Eel Oviedo, Spain, 26 September-! October 1 994 EIFAC (Eur Inland Fun HdWs 
CornmJOccas Pap No 30 p 5,16 1994 Abslracl only FR 40(2) 

(Umv Westminster, Appl Ecol Res Group, 1 15 New Cavendish St, London W1M 3JS, England let -1471 
911 5000, ext 3668, fax 4471 911 50&7] Anguilla angiutla in England 

95003882 Poe, Thomas P and Rip S Shively DEVELOPMENT OF BIOLOGICAL CRITERIA FOR DESIGN OF 
JUVENILE FISH BYPASS SYSTEMS. PROTECTING ANADROMOUS JUVENILE SALMONIDS FROM 
PREDATION IN COLUMBIA RIVER RESERVOIRS Lake Reservoir Manage 9(2)104 1094 Abslracl only 
FR40I2) 

jNatl Biol Surv, Columbia River Res. Lab, Cook, WA 9860S. tel 509-538 2299, fax 509-538 2843| 
ensis in Washington 



MATHEMATICS, STATISTICAL METHODS, AND MODELING 

95 003883 Akamine, Tatsura MATHEMATICAL APPROACH TO VIRTUAL POPULATION ANALYSIS. Fisf) 
Scf 61(1) 167 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Nail Res Inst Fish Sci , Fukuura, Kana?awa, Yokohama 236, Japan] 

95003884 Aldenberg, T ; J H. Janse and P R C Kramer FITTING THE DYNAMIC MODEL CCLake TO A 
MULTILAKE SURVEY THROUGH BAYESIAN STATISTICS Maf/iemaiica/ Modelling if) Limnology Papcii 
presented at the First /ntemauonal Conference, 4-7 November 1992, Innsbruck, Austria Eugen Roll, editor cof 
Model/ 78(1-2)8399 1995 FR 40(2) 

[R I.V.M , P O Box 1 , 3720 BA Billhoven, Netherlands] 

95 003885 Castro, Marganda and William Lawmg. A STUDY OF SAMPLING STRATEGIES FOR ESTIMATI NG 
GROWTH PARAMETERS IN FISH POPULATIONS. Fish Res (AmstJ 22(1,2} 59-75 1995 FR 40(2} 
[Unidade Gene & Tecnol Recurs Aquat, Univ. Algarve, Gambelas, 8000 Faro, Portugal] 

95003886 Clay, Clarence S and|ohnK Home. ACOUSTICMODELSOFFISH.THEATLANTICCODICADUS 
MORHUA) I Acoust Sac Am 96(3)1661-1668, 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep.Gcol & Geophysics, Univ Wis., 1215 W Dayton St, Madison 53 706J 

95 003887 Cruywagen, G C , P K, Main andj. D. Murray TRAVELLING WAVES IN A TISSUE INTERACTION 
MODEL FOR SKIN PATTERN FORMATION / Math Biol 33{2)-193-210 1994 FR 40(2) 
(Dep Appl Math FS 20, Univ. Wash, Seattle 98195] 

95 003888 de Young, Brad and Fraser Davidson MODELLING RETENTION OF COD EGGS AND LARVAE 
(CADUS MORHUA L) ON THE NEWFOUNDLAND SHELF Cod and Ctonate Change Proceedings of a 
Symposium Hefd in fieyfc;avi/c, 23-27 August 1993 Jakob lakobswn, edkor Int Counc Explor Sea Mar Set Syfnp 
Vol. 198 p 346-355 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Physics, Memorial Univ Newfoundland, St. John's, NF, Canada A1 B 3X7] 

95003889 Douslan, M A and N Sannonnya AN AUTORECRESSIVE MODEL THAT DFSCRIBES THE FORJV 
OF A FISH SCHOOL IN A CIRCULAR WATER TANK Int I Sysl Sci 25(12)2349-2359.1994 FR 40(21 

[Kyoto Insl Techno!, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto 606, Japan] 

95003890 Freeman,S N andG P Kirkwood ON ASTRUCTURALFIMESERIES METHOD FORESTIMATINC 
STOCK BIOMASS AND RECRUITMENT FROM CATCH AND EFFORT DATA. Fish Res (Amst) 22(1,2} 77-08 
1995. FR 40(2) 

[Inst Math & Slat , Cornwallis Bldg, The Univ, Canterbury CT2 7NF, Eng1and| Cat/us mor/iua in the Nlonl 
Sea 

95-003891 Grunbaum, Daniel TRANSLATING STOCHASTIC DENSITY-DEPENDENT IND1VIDUA 
BEHAVIOR WITH SENSORY CONSTRAINTS TO AN EULERlAN MODEL OF ANIMAL SWARMING, / Matt 
Biol 33(2)139-161 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Math, Univ British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada 6T 1Y4) 

95003892 Hansson, Sture EFFECTS OF EXPLOITATIVE FOOD COMPETITION ON POOD NICH 
DYNAMICS -A SIMULATION ANALYSIS Era/ Mode// 77(2-3)167-187.1995 FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Syst Ecol & Cent Mar Res, Stockholm Univ, S-106 91 Stockholm, Sweden fax 4-46 0-1 50-1 V: 
e mail Internet STURE_H@syslem ecology.su.se] 

95003893 JanovyJ, Jr, R E Clopton; D A Clopton, Scott D Snyder, Ans Efting and Laura Krebs SPECII 
DENSITY DISTRIBUTIONS AS NULL MODELS FOR ECOLOGICALLY SIGNIFICANT INTERACTIONS C 
PARASITE SPECIES IN AN ASSEMBLAGE, Ecol Model! 77(2-3 ) 189-1 96 1995. FR 40(2) 

[School Biol So, Univ Nebr, Lincoln 685&8-01 18] 

FR40(2) 130 19. 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

MATHEMATICS, STATISTICAL METHODS, AND MODELING (Continued) 

55003394 Jorgensen, Sven Erik. STATE OF THE ART OF ECOLOGICAL MODELLING IN LIMNOLOGY 
Malh-emafical Modelling in Limnology Papers presented at the First international Conference., 'I 7 November 1 992, 
Innsbruck Austria tugen Roll, editor Ecol Model! 78(1-2)101-115 1995 FR4Q(2) 
[DFH, Insi A, Environ, Chem , University Park 2, 2100 Copenhagen 0, Denmark] 

95003895 Law, Philip M W SIMULATION STUDY OF SALMON CARCASSSURVEYCAPTURE-RECAPTURE 
METHODS CalU Frsh Came 80(1),14-2B 1994 FR 40{2) 

[Dcp, Fish & Game, Tech, Serv Branch, 411 Burgess Dr, Menlo Park, CA 9402 5] 



95-0030% Levins, Richard NATURAL SELECTION IN PATHOGENS Disease in [volution Global Changes ami 
Emergence of/nfecfious Diseases Proceedings of the Emerging Diseases Workshop, November 7-10, 1 993, Woods 
Hole, Massachusetts MaryE Wilson, Richard Levins, and Andrew Spielman, editors Ann NY Ac.id Sci Vol 740 
p 260270 1994 FR40(2) 

[Harvard School Public Health, Dep Poput & Int Health, Bldg 1-1 llh floor, &65 Hunlinglon Ave,, Boston, 
MA 02115 tel 61 7-432-1 484] 

95 003&97 Liu, Quo and Tony ). Pitcher. APPLICATION OF A CONSTRAINED OPTIMISATION METHOD TO 
THE STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF FISHERIES CATCH AT-AGE DATA Fish Res (Amst ) 22(1,2) 29 41 1995 
FR 40(2) 

[Dep, Fish , Qmgdao Ocean Univ , Qmgdao 266003, China] 

95-003098 Lo, Nancy C H LEVEL OF SIGNIFICANCE AND POWER OF TWO COMMONLY USED 
PROCEDURES FORCOMPARINGMEANVALUESBASEDONCONFIDENCE INTERVALS Calif Coop Oceanic 
Fish Invest Rep, Vol 35 p 246-253 1994. In English with Spanish summ. FR 40(2) 
(Southwest Fish. Sci Cent, NMFS, NOAA, P.O Box 271, La Jolla, CA 920381 

S5 003099 MacKenzie, Brian R , Thomas J Miller; Stephane Cyr and William C. Leggelt, EVIDENCE FOR A 
DOME-SHAPED RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TURBULENCE AND LARVAL FISH INGESTION RATES. Ltmnol 
Oceanogr. 39(fl)-1 790-1 799 1994 FR40(2) 

[Danish Inst Fish & Mar Res, Charlottenlund Casllo, DK-2920 Chnrlotlenlund, Denmark] 

95 003900 Morand, S , F Robert and V A, Connors COMPLEXITY IN PARASITE LIFE CYCLES POPULATION 
BIOLOGY OF CESTODES IN FISH / Amm Bcol &4{2)'256-264. 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Cent Biol &Ecol Tropicals & Mediterrnneennc, Lab Biol. Amm (URA 698 CNRS), Univ Per|>ignan, 66860 
Perpignan Cedex, France] 5cophtlia/mus rhombus and Pomalosc/iistus marnioratus 

95003901 Navrotskn, V. V THE STABILITY OF EXPLOITED POPULATIONS DoM Biol Set 340(1 -6);97-99 
1995, FR 40(2) 

{Baltic Slate Acad Fish Fleet, Kaliningrad, Russia] 

95-003902 Ney, John J. PRACTICAL USE OF BIOLOGICAL STATISTICS In- Inland Fisheries Management in 
North America Christopher C Kohier and Wayne A Hubert, editors p 137158, 1993. FR 40(2) 
[Dep. Fish. & Wildl,, VPI&SU, Blacksburg, VA 24060] 

95 003903 Punt, A E THE PERFORMANCE OF A PRODUCTION MODEL MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE 
fish, Rf-s.(Amst) 21(3-4) 349-374 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Div. Fish, CSIRO Mar Lab, GPO Box 1538, HobarL-Tas 7001, Australia] 

95-003904 Rodriguez, Marco A. HABITAT-SPECIFIC ESTIMATES OF COMPETITION IN STREAM 
SALMONIDS AFIELDTESTOFTHE1SODARMODELOFHABITATSELECTION Evol Ecol. 9(2), 169-1 84 1995 
FR 40{2) 

[Dep Biol. Sci Sante, Univ Quebec, CP 3300, Rimouski, PQ, Canada GSL 3A1 1 Salrno salar and Salve/iiius 
lontmitlK in Canada 

95-003905 Rott, Eugen, editor MATHEMATICAL MODELLING IN LIMNOLOGY PAPERS PRESENTED AT 
THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE, 4-7 NOVEMBER 1992, INNSBRUCK, AUSTRIA Ecot Model! 
78(1-2):1-172 1995. FR 40(2) 

[ Arbeitsgruppe Hydrobot., Insi Bot , Univ. Innsbruck, Sternwarterslr. 1 5, A 6020 Innsbruck, Austria] icleclcd 
papers indexed in this issue of fisheries Review 

95003906 Schaaf.W E;D S. Peters; L Coston-Clements, D S, Vaughan andC.W Krouse A SIMULATION 
MODEL OF HOW LIFE HISTORY STRATEGIES MEDIATE POLLUTION EFFECTS ON FISH POPULATIONS 
Esiuflfies 1 6(4) 697-702. 1 993 FR 40(2) 

[NMFS, NOAA, Beaufort Lab, Beaufort, NC 2851 6j Brevoortia tyrannus and Morone saxati/fs 

95-003907 Sen, A R SAMPLING TECHNIQUES FOR ESTIMATION OF MARINE FISH CATCH AND EFFORT 
USE OF SAMPLE SURVEY DATA, Sankhya Ser B 55(3),385-392 1993 FR 40(2) 
[Dep. Math & Stat , Univ. Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada T2N 1 N4] 

FR4Q(2) 131 1995 



FISHERIES REVIEW 

MATHEMATICS, STATISTICAL METHODS, AND MODELING (Continued) 

95003908 Sowa, Stolt P PREDICTIVE AND DESCRIPTIVE MULTIPLE REGRESSION MODELS FOR 
SMALLMOUTH BASS AND LARGEMOUTH BASS IN MISSOURI O2ARK BORDER STREAMS M S thesis Umv 
Mo {Co/umH)ia)145p 1993 FR40[2) 
M/cropierus dolomieu and M ja/moides 

95-003909 Van Den Avyle, Michael J DYNAMICS Of EXPLOITED FISH POPULATIONS In /n/and fisheries 
Management in North America Christopher C Kohler anil Wayne A Hubert, editors p 105-135 1993 FR4GI2) 
(Coop Fish & Wildl Res Unit, Umv da, Athens 306021 

95003910 Warren, W G and] B Dempson DOES TEMPORAL STRATIFICATION IMPROVl- THE 
ACCURACY OF MARK-RECAPTURE ESTIMATES OF SMOLT PRODUCTION? A CASE STUDY BASED ON THE 
CONNE RIVER, NEWFOUNDLAND N Am / ri5/> Manage 1511)126-136 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Sci Branch, Dep Fish & Oceans, KO Box 5667, Si, John's, N(, Canada A1C 5X1] Salmo salar 

95-003911 Zhao Weiqian JSTUDY ON THE FISH GROWTH EQUATION II A NEW METHOD FOR 
ESTIMATING PARAMETERS] Oceanol. Limnol Sinica 25(5) '199-MH 1994 In Chinese witli English sun 
FR40|2) 

[Appl Math. Dep, Ocean Umv, Qmgdao, Qinfidao 266003, China] P/atyrcp/>a/us mdicus 

95003312 ZhaoWeiqian [STUDY ON THE FISH GROWTH EQUATION I, AMENDMENT TO THE FISH 
GROWTH EQUATION ] OceanoJ Limnol 5/rnca 25(4) 390 394 1 994 In Chinese with English summ Fit 4QJ2) 
[Appl Math Dep, Ocean Umv Qmgdao, Qingdao 266003, China) 

LAKE MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH 

95003913 Bdchmmnn, Roger W and Timothy A. Hoyman, THE RESTORATION OF UNION GROVE LAKE 
LOWA Lake Reservoir Manage 9(2),53-54 1994. Abstract only FR 40(2) 

(Dep, Fish &At|Lj<-U 5ci,Univ Fla, Gainesville 326S3 tel. 904-392-961 7, fax 904-302-3462] 

95 00391 4 Basselt, Charles E USE AND EVALUATION OF FISH HABITAT SI RUCTURES IN LAKES Of Tl IE 
EASTERN UNITED STATES BY THE USDA FOREST SERVICE. Proceedings of the fifth /nternaiiona/ Conicnrtx 
on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3 7 November I99J, Long Beach, California, UiA William} Richards editor 
Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3) 1137-1148. 1994 FR40(2) 

JU.S For Scrv, Hiawatha Nail. For,, 2727 N Lincoln Rd , Escanaba, Ml 49029] 

95003915 Battarhee, Richard W and Timothy E H Allot! LAKE ACIDIFICATION EVIDENCE, EFFECTS 
MANAGEMENT AND REVERSIBILITY. Sirategies lot Luke Ecosystems Beyond 2000 Se/eclot/ Papers from (lie 5(1 
International /ICC Conference, Slresa '93 R c/o Bernart.li, R Pa^noda, and A Pugnctli, pt/ilors MPJJI )st ita 
Idrobiol Vol 52 p 319-340 1993 FR40(2) 

(Environ Change Res. Cent, Univ Coll London, 26 Bedford Wjy, London WC1H GAP, England] 

95 00391 6 Beaver, Jolin R ; Waller r Godwin and Thomas. L Crisman IMPACT Of FISH REMOVAL ON Tl 1 
ZOOPLANKTON COMMUNITY OF A HYPCRCUTROP1 UC FLORIDA LAKE take Retenon Manapc 9(2) 5' 
1994 Abslracionly FR 40(2) 

(Beaver Schaberg Assoc , Inc f 3020 Inglesitlc ltd , bhakcr Heights, OH 44122. tol 2 1 6-92 1 4767] Oorosorr 
cepedianum, 

95 0039 1 7 Benton, John W,; William E. Johnson and David R Douglas LAKE DRAWDOWN AS A STKATEC 
FOR RESTORING SPORTFISH POPULATIONS AND AQUATIC VEGETATION IN A HYl'EREUTKOPJI 
CENTRAL FLORIDA LAKE, lake Rcswvorr Manafle 9(2) "id. 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 

JCame & Fresh Water Fish Comm,,Eusiis.FL32?2r>.iel, l )04-357 663 1 ] (.c'ponjis macrodimw. i mkruhphi 
Micropterus s,ilnioit/es, and Pomoxw 



95 003^)18 Brabrand, Age and Bjoirn Faafeng, HABITAT SHIFT IN ROACH (RU7II.US RUTILUS\ INDUCED 
THE INTRODUCTION OF PlKEPERCtl (SJIZOSUDION IUOOPCRCA). Int Ver T/ipor Anijew Lininof Vc 
25(4)-21 23, 1 994. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

(Freshwater Ecol. & Inland Fish. Lab , Zool. Mus, Sarsgate 1,N05f>2 Oslo, Norway] Cmx /unin In Ncinv, 



95-00391 9 Brcrmer, Mark I AKE MANAGEMENT IN THE TROPICS PRIORITIES AND SPECIAL CONCCRI 
take Reservoir Manage 9(2),59, 1994 Abstract only. CR 40(2) 

|Dep Fish & Aqual. Sci., Univ. Fla., 7922 NW 71 si St., Gainesville 32606, lel-904-392-% 
e mail;brenncr@ncrvm nerdcufl edu] 

95 003920 Breukelaar, Andre W,, Eddy H. R R. Lammcns, Jan G P Klwn Brutelcr and Islvan I alrai EFFI 
OF BENTHIVOROUS BEAM lABRAMfS BKAMA) AND CARP (CfPRtNUS C/\RP/O) ON RESUSPENSION 
Ver Theor An#cw. Limnol Vsrh 25(<1}'2144 2M7. 1994, fR 40(2) 
(RIZA, PO. (Sox 9072, NL6800 CD Arnhem, Nethcrlandsl 

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LAKE MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH (Continued) 

95003921 Gepielewski, Wladyslaw LONG-TERM CHANGES IN COMMERCIAL FISH CATCHES AND 
BREAM AND ROACH BIOMASS IN HEATED KONIN LAKES Ecological Disturbances in Healed Konin takes 
;an A Szczerbowski, Tade\j\t liackiel, Bogus/aw Zc/anowifci, and )evy Waluga, editors Arch Pol Fish 
2(2)345-358 1994, In English with Polish summ FR 40(2) 

(Inst Rybaclwa Srodladowego, ul Oczapowskiego 10, 10 957 Olsztyn Kortowo, Poland] Angw/te anguitla, 
Stizosledion hicioperca, Hypophthalmichthys moiitrix, Abramis brama, Ruttlus rutitus, and dala for seven other 
species In Poland 

95-003922 Combrmk, S, THE ZOOPLANKTON OF ZEEKOEVLEI AND PRINCESS VLEI (WESTERN CAPE) - A 
PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT, Water SA (Pretoria) 2Q{4)-299-306 1994 FR 40(2} 
[Sci.Serv Branch, City Eng Dep.PO Box 1694, Cape Town 8000, South Africa! 

95003023 Conlon, Michael S C FACTORS AFFECTING FISH COMMUNITY STRUCTURE IN LOW 
ALKALINITY LAKE TROUT (SMVEUNUS NAMAYCUSH (WALBAUM)) LAKES IN NORTHEASTERN ONTARIO 
MS thesis, Lauremian Univ. Sudbury (Canada) (>9p 1992 From Masters Abslr Int 32(6)1583-1584 1994 Order 
No MAMM87408 FR 40(2) 

95 003924 Davis, Alexander REGULATORY, ECONOMIC AND ECOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE 
ZEBRA MUSSEL INTRODUCTION INTO THE GREAT LAKES BASIN, MS thesis, Umv Mich 1992, FR 40(2) 

95003925 de Bernard!, R, R, PagnotU and A, Pugnetti, editors STRATEGIES FOR LAKE ECOSYSTEMS 
BEYOND 2000 SELECTED PAPERS FROM THE 5th INTERNATIONAL 1LEC CONFERENCE, STRESA '93 Mem 
1st Ita! Idrohiol Vol 52 400p 1993 FR 40(2) 

[C.N.R 1st Itahano Idrobiol , L go V Tonolh 50, 2804Q Pallanza, Italy] Selected papers indexed in this issue 
Review 



95-003926 Edmondson, W T. EUTROPHICATION EFFECTS ON THE FOOD CHAINS OF LAKES, Strategies 
for Lake Ecosystems Beyond 2000 Selected Papers From the International ILEC Conference, Strew '93, R de 
Bernard/, R Pagrtotta, and A PugnelO, editors Mem 1st Hal Idrobiol Vol. 52 p. 1 13-132. 1993 FR 40(2) 

|Dop. Zool. NJ-1 5, Univ. Wash , Seattle 981 95] 5pinnc/ius thaleichlbys, Oncorhynchus nerka, and O mykiss 
m VVashington 

9S 003927 Elser, James )., Chris Luecke; Michael T. Brett and Charles R Goldman EFFECTS OF FOOD WEB 
COMPENSATION AFTER MANIPULATION OF RAINBOW TROUT IN AN OLIGOTROPHIC LAKE Ecology 
7fc(1)'S2-69 1995. FR 40(2} 

(Dep Zool,, Ariz. State Univ,, Tempe 85287] Oncor/tync/ius mykiss, Sa/ve/mus fontmalis, and Notemtgonus 
oysoteucas in California 

95 003928 Engcl, Sandy and Stanley A, Nichols. RESTORING RICE LAKE AT MILLTOWN, WISCONSIN Wis 
Dep Nat Resour Tech Bull, No 186 43p. 1994 FR 40(2) 

iepomis gibbosus, Perca flavescens, and data for nine other species 

95-003929 Fernandas, Carlos A; Edward J. Phlips; Thomas L Cnsman and Margaret S Hopson RELATIVE 
IMPORTANCE OF BLUE TILAPIA AND GIZZARD SHAD TO LAKE SEDIMENT AND WATER COLUMN 
NUTRIENT CONCENTRATION - ANALYSIS OF FISH FECES, Lake Reservoir Manage 9(2) 73 1994 Abstract 
only. FR 40(2) 

|Dep Ecol, Univ. Brasilia, Brasilia, 70000 DF, Brazil tel -6 1-3 48-2 3 2 6; e-mail |net%"fernande@brunb"] 
cepec/iafium and Ti/ap/a aurea in Florida. 



95-003930 Cannon, John E and Steven Ugoretz. ARTIFICIAL REEFS AS A FISHERY MANAGEMENT STRATEGY 
IN THE LAURENTIAN GREAT LAKES -A POLICY AND SCIENTIFIC ISSUES OVERVIEW Proceedings of the Fifth 
fnternatfona/ Conference on Aquatic Habitat fn/iancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA 
Wttlnm I Richards, editor Bull Mar Set 55(2-3) 1335 1994. Abstract only. PR 40(2) 
[Nail. Fish. Rcb Cent Great Lakes, U.S Fish &Wildl, Serv, Ann Arbor, Ml 48105] 

95 003931 Cannon, John E ARTIFICIAL REEF DEVELOPMENT IN THE GREAT LAKES REGION Proceedings 
of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 199 1, long Beach, California, 
USA William! Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3)1335-1336 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 
|Natl Fish Res. Cent.-Great Lakes, U.S. Fish & Wildl. Serv,, Ann Arbor, Ml 48105] 

95-003932 Gaugush, Robert F. COMBINING FIELD SAMPLING, A GEOGRAPHIC INFORMA1 ION SYSTEM, 
AND NUMERICAL MODELING TO ANALYZE SEDIMENT DISTRIBUTION IN A BACKWATER LAKE Of THC 
UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER, take Reservoir Manage 9{2)-75-76 1 994. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[Natl Biol, Surv,, Environ Manage Tech Cent, Onalaska, Wl 54&50 lel-608-783-7550, ext 59; 
e-mail;rgaugush@sun04.emtc nbs gov] 

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LAKE MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH {Continued} 

9 5-003') 33 (lotlwin, W, F.; ]. E. Crumpton; E. F, Lowe, M. F. Coveney; L E. Battoe and D. L. Stiles. FISH 
HARVESTING FOR NUTRIENT REMOVAL AND TROPHIC STATE EFFECTS IN LAKE APOPKA, FLORIDA, tata 
Reservoir Manajjt'. <>(2y.7(i-77. 1 99'1. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

(St. Johns Rivi;r W.ili-r ManuRfi. Disl., P.O. Box 1 429, Pnlatka, FL 32 178-1429. tel:904-329-4364] Dorosomi 
ccpcdiamun. 

')5-00.1 ( )"M Godwin, W. F.;M. F.Covcncy; E. F. Lowe; L E. Battoe and ). Benton. TROPHIC STATE CHANCE 
FOILOWINC, REMOVAL OF PLANKTIVOROUS FISH FROM A HYPEREUTROPHIC FLORIDA LAKE. Laft 
RespfWJir Manafic- !>(2):77. 1 994, Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[St. Johns River Wnlur Manage. Disl., P.O. Box 1429, Palatka, FL 3217B-1429. tel:904-329-4364lDorosom 
cepertfcinum, 

95-0019 *!> Ciriflilli, Glenn E.; D.inid E. Canfiold, Jr. and James M. Qmernik. DEFINING LAKE REGIONS C 
FLORIDA. L*ktfR(!se/voir Manage'. 9(2):77-78. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[U.S. Environ. Prat, ARuncy, Corvallis, OR 97333. lei: 503 -754-4465; e-mail:glenn@heart.cor.epa.govl 

"JS-OOigjfi I'lGlmlni-n, l-larrl and Jouko Sarvala. CHANGES IN ZOOPLANKT1VORY BY VENDA< 
(CORECONUS AtttUtA] IN LAKE PVHAJARVt (SW FINLAND) DUE TO VARIABLE RECRUITMENT. Int. Vi 
V/icor. AijpJW. Uimol. Vwh. 25(A):2\ 28-213 I. 1 994. FR 40(2) 
[Dcp. IHnL, Univ. Turku, SF-20.TOO Turku, Finland] 

'11.003037 Ho, Miclwol hi. COMPARISONS OF THE EFFECTS OF 10-INCH, 8-INCH, AND NO M1NIMU 
I ENGTIH LIMI1S ON THE SMALLMOUTH BASS POPULATION AND FISHERY IN NEBISH LAKE, WISCONS1 
N Am 1. Fish. Manage. l!i(1):<J5-102. 1995, FR 40(2) 

[Nail. Blol. Surv., Great Lakes Sci. Cent., Lake Superior Rial. Stn,, 2800 Lake Shore Dr., Ashland, Wl 548C 
Microplwus dolomiuii. 

95 0039311 l-losiwr H.iry and Mario-Lnuisc Meijer. BIOM AN IPULATION, WILL IT WORK FOR YOUR LAt 
Ecof. EW 2(l):0.1-72. 1093. PH 40(2) 

llnsl Inland Walisr Managi!. & Waste Water Troalmcnt (RIZA), P.O. Box 17, 8200 AA Lelystad, Netherlan 
Abramfs (jrama, Ruillus rutilus, Cyprtnus carpio, and fsox lucius In the Netherlands, 

95 003SVJ HnstiM Harry. AN [COSYSTGM-L1ASED APPROACH FOR THE RESTORATION OF SHALLC 
LAKES IN Tl \f. NITHEKI ANDS. Lake Reservoir Manage. 9(2):82. 1 994. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

(Insl Inland Water Manage. & Wasta Water Treatment, P.O. Box 17, NL 8200 AA Lelystad, Netherlan 
ld:31-32(K)(J-7(MI 1; fax:31-3200-492181 

9S.003940 Howard, Susan Mary. INFLUENCE OF NUTRIENTS, PUNKTIVOROUS FISH M 
STRATIFICATION ON AQUATIC MICRO01AL ACTIVITY, M.S. ihests, Trenl Univ. ^Canada) 82p. 1994. Fr 
Mastws Alisir. Int. 330 1:135,1995. Order No. MAMM89I10.FR 40(2) 

')1.00T)41 Hoy", Mark V. and Daniel E. Canfiold, Jr. LARCEMOUTH BASS POPULATIONS AND AQUA 
VEGETATION IN FIOI1IOA LAKES, lafce Reservoir Manage. 9(2):83. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

|nc|. Fish, & Aqiuil. Sci., Univ. Fl.i., Gainesville 32633, lel:904-392-9617; frmall:danjr2nervm.nerdc.un.f 



95.00W Union, Mik,:l W. RESTORING LAKE IACKSON, OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA, take 
1 ' 2 ., Sun. A,, 



'. 'J(2(:1H. 1094. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

iGjl. Lhwatcf Ecol., V^lsove] 25, 8600 Silkeborg, Denmark. , e l: + 45.BMO. , 
Cnsrcrosici/s nci/yran/.i and Rutihis rutilus. 



MA 1 35 7249. Nt 4(1(2) 

us ncufcaiH. 1 ! vv/JWnmsoni. 

^s^^^^ 

[ConUiroalUkes A Aquat. Sd, U,,iv. Mich,, 3116 Insl.Sci.&Technol, Ann Arbor 40109] 
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LAKE MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH (Continued) 

95003946 Kasprznk, Peter, Lottw Krienilz and Ramer Koschel BIOMANIPULATION A L1MNOLOCICAL 
IK LAKE ECOTECHNOLOGY OF EUTROPHICATION MANAGEMENT? Strategies lor Lake Ecosystems Beyond 
2000 Selected Papers from the International ILEC Conference, Stress '93 R de Bernard/, R Pagnotta, and A 
Pugnelti, editors Mem 1st Ital Idrobiol Vol 52 p 151-169 1993 FR 40(2) 

[Inst Ffesh Water & Fish Ecol, Dep Limnol Stratified Lakes, D 16775 Neuglobsow, Germany] Anguilla 
angtiJ/Ja, Esox lucius, Stizostcdion /ucioperca, and Perca fluviattlis in Germany 

95-003947 Kawanabe, Hiroya, Masta Mukwaya Gashagaza and Micliio Hon. A CONSFRVATION ISSUE OF 
BIODIVERSITY OF LAKE TANGANYIKA, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO INSHORE-FISHES tnt Ver Theor 
Angew Limnol Verh 25(4)2102 1994 Abstract only, FR 40(2} 
(Cent Ecol, Res , Kyoto Univ , Otsu 520 01, Japan] 

95-003948 Kelly, Martin, Jeff Spence and Gene Medley THE RESTORATION OF BANANA LAKE DIVERSION 
AND DREDGING Late Reservoir Manage 9(2)86 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2} 

(Southwest Fla Water Manage Disl , 7601 Hwy. 301 N , Tampa, FL J3637 tel 81 3-985 7481 J 

95-003949 Kesmmas, V , T, Virbickas and R Klimas ESTIMATION OF FISH PRODUCTION IN THE POLLUTED 
MUSA RIVER, LITHUANIA Aqua Fenn 24(1), 21-27 1994 In English with Finnish summ FR40(2) 
(Inst. Ecol , Lithuanian Acad Sci , Akadennjos - 2, Vilnius, Lithuania! Data for 1 7 species 

95-003950 Kieffer, J D, M R Knbacki, F J S. Photon; D P Phihpp and B L Tufts EFFCCTS OF 
CATCH-AND-RELEASE ANGLING ON NESTING MALE SMALLMOUTH BASS Trans Am Fish 5oc. 
124(1)70-76 1995, FR 40(2) 

[Dep Biol, Queen's Univ, Kingston, ON, Canada K7L 3N6] Micropterus dolomietnn Canada 

95-003951 Kira, Tatuo. MAJOR ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS IN WORLD LAKES Strategies for take 
Ecosystems Beyond 2000 Selected Papers From the 5th /nternaHona/ ILF C Conference, Strpja '93 R de Ber/iarcJi, 
R Pagnotta, and A Pugnetti, editors Mem tst Hal Idrobiol Vol 52 p. 1-7 1993 FR 40(2) 
[Sci. Comm ILEC Found , 3-1 3-25 Kusatsu, Kusatsu City, Shiga 525, Japan] 

95-003952 Kornman, Lewis E EVALUATION OF A 20-INCH MINIMUM LENGTH LIMIT ON LARCEMOUTH 
GASS REGULATION ATSMOKY VALLEY LAKE Ky Dep FishWildl Resour Fish Bull No 93 35p 1994. FR 40(2) 
Mlciopterus salmoides, Lepomis macrochirus, and data for 1 5 other species in Kentucky. 

95-003953 Laiiridsen,Torben L, Leifjunge Pedersen; Erik Jeppesen and Martin Sondergaard HORIZONTAL 
MIGRATION OF ZOOPLANKTON IN THE LITTORAL ZONE IN SOME SHALLOW DANISH LAKES Lake 
Reseivoif Manage 9(2)91 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 

[Natl, Environ Res Inst, Dep. Freshwater Ecol., Vejlsovej 25, PO Box 314, DK-8600 Silkeborg, Denmark 
phone:+45 8920-1400; e-mail fvlll@wpgate,dmu,min dk] 

95003954 Loffler, Heinz, THE FUTURE OF LARGE LAKES IN THE THIRD WORLD. Strategies for lake 
Ecosystems Beyond 2000 Selected Papers From the 5th /nternationa/ ILEC Conference, Stresa '93 R de Bernard), 
R Pagnotta, and A Pugnetti, editors Mem 1st Ital Idrobiol Vol 52 p 27-38. 1993 FR 40(2) 
[Limnol Div,, Biocent, Vienna 1 090, Austria] 

9SG03955 Lowe,E.F,L E. Battoe, M. F Coveney and D. L Stites.THE RESTORATION STRATEGY FOR LAKE 
APOPKA, FLORIDA Lake Reservoir Manage 9(2):92 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 

(Div Environ. Sci, St Johns River Water Manage Dist, PO Box 1429, Palatka, FL 32078-14 
tel 904-329 4367] 

95-003956 Lubnow, Fred S., Stephen J. Souza and G. Chris Holdren THE USE OF BIOLOCICA 
INTERACTIONS IN DEVELOPING A LAKE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM. Lake Reservoir Manage- 9(2):93 1 99*. 
Abstract only, FR 40(2) 

[Coastal Environ Serv , Inc., 2 Research Way, Princeton, N) 08540. tel:609-987-096G] 

95-003957 Maceina, Michael J, William B. Wrenn and Donny R Lowery. ESTIMATING HARVESTABLE 
LARGEMOUTH BASS ABUNDANCE IN A RESERVOIR WITH AN ELECTRO FISH ING CATCH DEPLETION 
TECHNIQUE. N Am / Tisfi Manage 15(1)103-109 1995 FR 40(2} 

[Dep Fish, & Allied Aquacult , Agric. Exp Sin , Auburn Univ , Auburn, AL 36849] Micropterus sslmoides in 
Alabama. 

95 003958 Madenjian, Charles P. and Philip A. Ryan. EFFECT OF GEAR SELECTIVITY ON RECOMMENDED 
ALLOWABLE HARVEST WITH APPLICATION TO THE LAKE ERIE YELLOW PERCH FISHERY, N Am , fish 
Manage. 15(1)7983 1995. FR 40(2) 

(Nail. Biol, Surv, Great Lakes Sci, Cent., Lake Erie Biol. Sin., 6100 Columbus Ave, Sandusky, OH 44870] 
Perca //avescens 

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LAKE MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH (Continued) 

95003959 Magnuson, John], Barbara] Benson and Ann S McLam INSIGHTS ON SPECIES RICHNESS AND 
TURNOVER FROM LONG-TERM ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH FISHES IN NORTH TEMPERATE LAKES 
Conirihuiian of Long-Term Ecological Research to Current Issues in (he Conservation of Biological Diversity Panus 
from the Symposium Presented <ti the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Zoologists, 26 30 December 
1992, at Vancouver, Bwis/) Co/umbia, Canada DonaldB Miles, editor Am Zool 34(3)437-451,1994 FR-JO(J) 
[Cent Limnol, Univ Wis,Mnclison 53706| Diila for 39 species in Wisconsin 

95-003960 Martinez, Patrick ) and William ] Wiltzms SOME FACTORS AFFECTING A 
HATCHERY-SUSTAINED KOKANtE POPULATION IN A FLUCTUATING COLORADO RESERVOIR, SpeosJ 
Section Kokanee Investigation* Vaughn L Parngammn, coordinator N Am / Manage 15(1)220-228 1995 
FR 40(2) 

[Div. Wildl , Wildl Res Cent , 31 7 W Prospect, Fort Collins, CO 80526] Oncorhyncrius nerka and Satvetmut 
namayctish 

95-003961 Mayhew, Edmond A and Mary C Mayhew MAPPING LONG-TERM CHANGES IN 
HYPOL1MNETIC OXYGEN AS A PREDICTIVE MANAGEMENT TOOL take Reservoir Manage 9(2) 96, 199-1 
Abstract only, FR 40(2) 

[Gainesville Coll, PO Box 1358, Gainesville, CA 30503-1358 tel. 404-535431O, 
e-mail emayhew@liermes gc peachnet edu) 

95-003962 McLflin, Ann S, John ) Magnuson and David K Hill. LATITUDINAL AND LONGITUDINAL 
DIFFERENCES IN THERMAL HABITAT FOR FISHES INFLUENCED BY CLIMATE WARMING EXPECTATIONS 
FROM SIMULATIONS tot Ver Theor Angevv Limnol Verb 25(4)2080-2085 1994 FR 40(2) 
(Cent, Limnol, Univ Wis, Madison 531061 

95003963 Ne&us,MaryT.BIOENERGETICSMODELING ASASALMONINEMANAGEMENFTOOLAWUEU 
TO MINNESOTA WATERS OF LAKE SUPERIOR N Am I Fish Manage 15(1)60-78.1995 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Nat Resent, Sec Fish, 5351 North Shore Dr, Dululh, MN 55804] Oncornynclius (rfiawyUcJua 
Corego/ius, Osmerus morc/ax, and Salvefimis namaycush, 

95 003964 Neill, William E, SPATIAL AND TtMPORAL SCALING AND THE ORGANIZATION OF LIMNtTH 
COMMUNITIES Aquatic Ecology Scafe, Paltern and Process P S Oiler, A G Hitdrew, and D C flaflaelli, editor 
Symp Cr Ecof 5oc No.34 p 189-231. 1994 FR40(2) 

(Fish Cent &Dep Zool, Univ British Columbia, 2204 Main Mall, Vancouver, BC, Canada V(>T 1Z4| 

95-003965 Nurnberg, Gerlrud K THE ANOXIC FACTOR A QUANTITATIVE MEASURE OF ANOXIA ANI 
THE NUMBER OF FISH SPECIES Lake Reservoir Manage 9(2)101 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2} 
[Freshwater Res, R R 1, Baysville, ON, Canada POB 1AO le(705-767-3718| 

95-003966 Omernik, James M DISTINGUISHING BETWEEN ECOREGIONS, LAKE PHOSPHORl 
REGIONS, AND LAKE MANAGEMENT REGIONS take Reservoir Manage 9(2), 101 1994 Abstract on' 
FR 40(2) 

[U.S. Environ Prot Agency, Environ Res, Lab , Corvallis, OR 97333. e mall.omernik@hearl c 



95 003967 Paragamian, Vaughn L and Edward C. Bowles FACTORS AFFKTINC SURVIVAL OF KOKANt 
STOCKED IN LAKE PEND OREILLL', IDAHO Spec/a/ Sect/on Kokanee /nveslijja lions Vaughn L Paragami 
coordinator N Ani { fish Manage 1 5(1 ):208 219. 1995 FR 40(2) 

|Dep Fish & Game, 2750 Kathleen Ave , Coeur tl'Alcne, ID 8381 4| Oncorhync/ius nerka 

95-003968 Persson,A,andS F Hanvrm EFFECTS OF CYPRINIDS ON THE RELEASE OF PHOSPHORUS FRC 
LAKE SEDIMENT, tot Ver Theor Angeiv Limnol Verh, 25{4).21 24-21 27. 1994 FR 40(2) 
[Inst. Ecol , Limnol , Univ Lund, Box 65, S 22L 00, Lund, Sweden) Run/us rutilus 

95-003969 Pomeroy, Caroline OBSTACLES TO INSTITUTIONAL DEVEI OPMENT IN THE FISHERY OF U 
CHAPALA, MEXICO, to Folk Management in the World's Fisheries Lesions lor Modern FisiieriP? Mariaywn 
Clir/stop/ier L Dyer and James R McCooclwin, editors p. 17-41.1994 FR 40(2) 

[Workshop Political Theory & Policy Analysis, Indiana Univ , lilooniinfilon 47405-3 1 B6| 

95-003970 Rieman, Bruce E and Melo A. Maiohe KOKANEE POPULATION DLNSI1Y AND RESLJLT1 
FISHERIES. Spec/af Secifon; Kokanee Vnvesogauons Vaughn L Paragamian, coordinator N Am f n\h Man 
15(1)229237 1995. FR 40(2) 

[ U S. For Serv , 1 nterml Res. Sin., 3 1 6 E Myrtle, Boise, ID 83 702] Oncor/iynchus nerka in Idaho and Of e 

95 003971 Seehausen, Ole THE "MliUNA" OF LAKE VICTORIA Trop fish Hobbyist 43(81.2 1 2-225 1 
FR40(2) 

Dala for 37 species of Haploc/iromii 

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95 003972 Shaffer, Jean E and Jeff Reiner REEFS AS HABITAT RESTORATION IN AN U LTRA OLIGOTROPHIC 
LAKE Proceedings of ihe Tilth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, .1-7 November I99J, 
Long Beach, California, USA William! Richards, editor Bull Mar So 55(2-3) 1352,1994 Abstract only FR40(2) 
[TahoeReg Planning Agency, PO Box 1038, Zephyr Cove, NV 89448J 

95 003973 Thomas, Paul W THE USE OF GRASS CARP IN FLORIDA- PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE UAe 
Reservoir Manage 9(2)118 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 

(Game & Fresh Water Fish Comm , 3900 Drane Field Rd , Lakeland, FL 3381 1 ] Ctenopriarynjjodon rde/fa 

95-003974 Tompkms, Terence AN ASSESSMENT OF THE UPPER TITTABAWASSEE RIVER WATERSHED 
REGIONAL HYDROLOGY, WATER QUALITY, AND BIODIVERSITY MS thesis, Umv Mich 1993, FR 40(2) 

95-003975 Van Donk, E, E De Deckere; ] G P Klein Breteler and ) T Meulemans HERBIVORY BY 
WATERFOWL AND FISH ON MACROPHYTES IN A BIOMANIPULATED LAKE: EFFECTS ON LONG-TERM 
RECOVERY Int Vcr Theor Angew Limnol Verb 25(4).2139-2I43 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Agric Umv,, Dep Nat Conserv, PO Box 8080, NL-6700 DD Wagemngen, Netherlands] Scardinius 
erylriropbt/ia/mus in (he Netherlands 

95 003976 Wathne, Bente M , Richard W, Battarbee; Merete Johannessen, Rosano Mosello, Simon Patrick; 
Gunnar G, Raddum; Bjorn O. Rosseland; Leif Lien, Danilo Tail, Jean Charles Massabiidu and Gerard Blake THE 
AL PE PROJECTS, FIRST RESULTS AND FURTHER PLANS Strategies (or Lake Ecosystems Beyond 2000 Selected 
Papeis from the 5th International ILEC Conference, Stresa '93 R de Bernard!, R Pagrtott.% and A Pugnetti, editors 
Mem. 1st itsl Idrobtol Vol 52 p 341-354. 1993 FR 40(2) 

[Norwegian Inst Water Res., P O Box 1 73, Kjelsas, 041 1 Oslo, Norway) 

95003977 Weisse, Thomas and John C Slockner EUTROPHICATION THE ROLE OF MICROBIAL FOOD 
WEBS, Strategies for Lake Ecosystems Beyond 2000 Selected Papers from the International tLEC Conference, 
Stifsa '93 R de Bernard!, R Pagnotta, and A Pugnftti, editors Mem 1st Itai Icirobiol Vol 52 p. 133-150 1993. 
FR 40(2) 

[Dep Fish & Oceans, West Vancouver Lab, 41 60 Marine Dr, West Vancouver, BC, Canada V7V 1N6] 

9500397B Wickstrom, Hakan and L Westm THE BIOLOGICAL AND ECONOMICAL YIELD FROM A 
LONG-TERM EEL STOCKING EXPERIMENT Report of the J 994 Session of the EtFAC/ICES Working Croup on 
Eel, Oviedo, Spain, 26 September- 1 October W94 EIFAC (Eur Inland Fish AdVis Co/nmJ Occas Pap No, 30 
p 4, 1 6 1 994. Abstract only, FR 40(2) 

[Inst Freshwater Res,, S-178 93 Drottnmgholm, Sweden. tel:46 87590040; fax:46 87590338] Anguilla 
angutlfa in Sweden 

95003979 Wllkonska, Halma. CHANGES IN THE EFFICIENCY OF NATURAL REPRODUCTION AND 
SURVIVAL OF FISH LARVAE IN HEATED KONIN LAKES. Ecological Disturbances in Heated Konm Lakes /an A. 
Szczerbowski, Tadeusz Backiel, Sogusfaw Ztinnowski, and Icrzy Wsluga, editors Arch Pol Fish 2(2)285-299. 
1994 In English with Polish summ FR40(2) 

[Insl Rybattwa Srodladowego, ul Oczapowskiego 1 0, 1 0-957 Olsztyn-Kortowo, Poland] Ctenoph.nryngod'on 
ideJ/a, Alburnum alburnus, A bipunctaius, Esox Indus, and data for 1 7 other species in Poland 

95-0039BO Williams, W. D and N V. Aladm THE ARAL SCA RECENT LIMNOLOGICAL CHANCES AND 
THEIR CONSERVATION SIGNIFICANCE. Aquat Conserv Mar freshwater Ecosyst 1(1) 3-23. 1991. FR 40(2) 

95 0039S1 Wolf, Alan E ; David W Willis and Greg J. Power MYS/S RELICTA COLLECTED IN THE MISSOURI 
RIVER GEUOW LAKE SAKAKAWEA, NORTH DAKOTA ; FresMvater co/ 9(4).343-347 1994 FR 40(2) 
[Dep Wildl & Fish. Sci., S D. State Umv, Brookmgs 57007] 

95 003982 Worthmgton, E Barton and Rosemary Lowe-McConnell. AFRICAN LAKES REVIfcWED. CREATION 
AND DESTRUCTION OF BIODIVERSITY, fnviron Conserv 21(3) 199-213 1994 FR 40(2) 
[Colin Godrnans, Furners Green, Nr. Uckfield, West Sussex TN22 3RR, England! 

RIVER AND STREAM MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH 

95-003983 Angradi, Ted R. TROPHIC LINKAGES IN THE LOWER COLORADO RIVER- MULTIPLE STABLE 
ISOTOPE EVIDENCE./ North Am Benlhol Soc 13(4)479-495 1994. FR 40(2) 

[U.S. For Serv,, Northeast. For Exp Stn,, Timber & Watershed Lab,, Parsons, WV 26287] Rh/nicfitriys oscufus 

95-003984 Bodo, Peter WHATWENTWRONG WITH THE ABORIGINAL FISHING STRATEGY? Atl Salmon 
I. 42(4)-39-41 1993. FR 40(2) 

95 003985 Bretschko, G. RUNNING WATER ECOSYSTEMS - A BARE FIELD FOR MODELLING? Mathemalica/ 
Modelling in limnology. Papers presented at the First /nternat/ona/ Conference, 4 7 November J992, /nnihrucfc, 
Austria fugen Rott, editor. Eco/ Mode// 78(1-2)77-81 1995. FR 40(2) 

[Inst Limnol Oesterreichischen Akad Wissensch , Abteil Biol. Sin Lunz, A-3293 Lunz/See, Austria] 

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RIVf R AND STREAM MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH (Continued) 

95 003986 Briggs, Mark K , Bruce A Roundy and William W Shaw TRIAL AND ERROR ASSESSING THE 

EFFECTIVENESS OF RIPARIAN RE-VEGETATION IN ARIZONA Resfor & Manage Notes 12(2) 160-167 1<W 

FR40(2) 

jRincon lust , &842 E Tanque Verde Rd , TusLon, AZ 8571 5, lel-602-290 0828] 

95003987 Brownlow, C Alexander nnd trie G. Bolen FISH AND MAC ROIN VERTEBRATE DIVERSITY IN 
FIRST-ORDER BLACKWATER AND ALLUVIAL STREAMS IN NORTH CAROLINA / rreshwaier fco/ 
914)261.270,1994 FR -10(2) 

[School For & Environ Studies, Yale Univ , New Haven, CT 0651 1 ] Data for 1 3 species 



95 003988 Butler, (dmes CAPE CLAWLESS OTTER CONSERVATION AND A TROUT RIVER IN 
ACASESTUDY Ofyx 28(4) 276282 1994 FR 40(2) 

(Dep Biol Sci,Umv Zimbabwe, PO BoxMP 167, Mt Pleasant, Harare, Zimbabwe) Arnphr/rustiranoscom 
Angutlla benga/ensfs, and Oncorbynchus myktss 

95003989 Chernela, Janet M TUKANOAN FISHING, Res & Exp/or 1Q(4)'440-457 1994 FR 40(2) 
Hydrolicus, Asleropnysus bairadius, My/em schomburgki, and Anostomus in Brazil 

95003990 Cullen, Paula, T. K McCarthy, M M O'Farrell and William O'Connor iOME FACTOR' 

AFFECTING THE VARIATION OF SILVER EEL ANCl//LM/\NCU;tM(L.) CATCHES AT THE KILLALOE EEL WEffi 
IRELAND Report ol the 199-1 Session of llie EiFAC/tCS Wording Croup oil Eel, Oviedo, Spain, 26 Seotembct- 
October 1994 E/MCfEw Inland Fish Ac/ws. Comrn ) Occas Pap No, 30 p 5, 16 1994 Abslracl only FIHCU 
| Dep. Zool, University Coll, Galway, Ireland tel, 35391 24411; fax'353 91 25700) 

95 003991 Duffield, )olin W , Thomas C Brown and Stewart D Allen ECONOMIC VALUE OF INSTREM 
FLOW IN MONTANA'S BIG HOLE AND [tlTTERROOr RIVERS US For Serv Res Pap RMNo 117 MB 199 
FR 40(2) 

(Dep Econ,Umv Mont, Missoula 59801] 

95-003992 DuPonl, Joseph Michael FISH HABITAT ASSOCIATIONS AND tFFLCTS OF DRAWDOWN O 
FISHES IN PEND OREILLE RIVER, IDAHO. MS thesis, Unt</ Idaho tiOp 1994 FR 40(2) 

ftrca f7avescens, Myiochetlus canniius, Piydtocheilus oregotwnsts. Tinea linca, Lepoims gibbosus, rtmcrun 
nebulosus, PomojcismgromaculaWs, and Mtcropterus safmo/c/es 

95-003993 Fantz, John Ross, Jr THE ROLE Of HABITAT IN THE DISTRIBUTION AND ABUNUANt E ( 
MACROINVERTEBRATES IN SOME CINTRAL MISSOURI STREAMS. MS I/iesis, Univ Mo fCo/iimlwj 129 
1993 FR40(2) 

95 003994 Finlayson, C M, and ). Volz A STRATEGIC ACTION PLAN FOR THE CONSERVATION OF Tl 
WETLANDS OF THE LOWER VOLGA, RUSSIA C/o/;al Wetlands - Old World and New Updated pajvtrt fit 
t/je meeting held at Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, September 13-lfl, f992 William I Mrisch cd'jr 
p 729716 1994 FR 40(2) 

(Alligator Rivers Reg Res, Inst, Private Mail Bag 2, Jabiru, NT, OBB6, Australia] Huso fitiso aiulAn/ien 
steffatus 

95 003995 Fowcten, Mark, WHAT ARE THE FISHERIES BENEFITS FROM CURRENT STOCKINC, PRAC Tlf 
IN RIVERS, STREAMS AND TAILWATERS? Wild Trout and Planted Trout Balancing the Scale Prarore(ri>j|i ( 
Workshop held at ike Stouttcr Concourse: Hotel, Denver, Colorado, May 19 and 20, 1994. Waym A fr'ut 
editor p. 126-133. 1994 FR 40(2) 

(Game & Fish Dep, 351 AstleAve, Creon River, WY a2935] 

95-003996 Grant, Katharine OREGON RIVER RESTORATION A SENSITIVE MANAGCMENF STRATI 
BOOSTi NATURAL Hf AUNG Rcslor & Manage Notes 12(2)'152-159 1994 FR 40(2) 
[2265 N 56th St, Seattle, WA 9B103, ^1,206-547-6649] Oncorhynt/iiis tshavvytscrw 

95-003997 Griffith, ), S, COLDWATER STREAMS In. Inland Fisheries Manaflcment in Nortli Aim 
Christopher C Kahler and Wayne A Hubert, editors p 405-425 1993 FR 40(2) 
|Dep Blol , Idaho State Univ , I'ocatello 83209] 

95-003998 Griffith, ). S and R W. Smith FAILURE OF SUBMERSED MACROPHYTES TO PROVIDE TO 

FOR RAINBOW TROUT THROUGHOUT THEIR riRST WINTER IN THE HENRYS TORK OF THt SNAKE RP 
IDAHO N Am I hsh Manage 15(1)42-4(1 1995. TR 40(2) 

|Dep. Biol Sci,, Idaho State Univ., Pocatollo 83209] Onror/iyndius mykin. 

95003999 Grossman, G D, and A, de Sostoa. MICROHABITAT USE BY FISH IN THf Ul'l'EK 
MATARRANA, SPAIN, 1984-1987. Ecol. Treslivvater Fish 3(4)'141-152. 1994 In English wild Spanish iu 
FR 40(2) 

[Warnell School For, Resour., Univ, Ga , Athens 30G02] Run/us areas/, Oncor/iynr/ius mykiss, Barbi fi f 
B haasi, ChoncJrostoma lowsloma, and Ncmacheilus faarbaiu/us, 

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9 ? 004000 Helions, F ; C Vellidis, D Bandacu and C Prmgle THE DANUBE DELTA HISTORICAL WETLAN D 
DRAINAGE AND POTENTIAL FOR RESTORATION Global Wetlands - Old World and New Updated papers 
from the meeting held at Ohio Slate University, Columbus, Ohio, September 13 18, 1992 William I Mitsch, editor 
p 759767 1994 FR 40(2} 

[George Mason Univ , Dep Biol , 4400 University Dr , Fairfax, VA 22030] 

95 004001 Hesse, Larry W THE STATUS OF NEBRASKA FISHES IN THE MISSOURI RIVER, 5 SELECTED 
CHUBS AND MINNOWS (CYPRINIDAE) SICKLEFIN CHUB (MACRHYBOPSIS MEEK/), STURGEON CHUB (M 
CELIDA), SILVER CHUB (M SJORERIANA), SPECKLED CHUB (M AESTIVALIS), FLATHEAD CHUB 
ifLATfCOBIO CRACILIS), PLAINS MINNOW (HYBOCNATHUS PLACITUS), AND WESTERN SILVERY 
MINNOW (H ARGYRITIS) Trans Nebr Acad Set Vol. 21 p. 99-100 1994 FR 40(2) 
(Game & Parks Comm , Box 934, Norfolk, NE 68702] 

95-004002 Hesse, Larry W THE STATUS OF NEBRASKA FISHES IN THE MISSOURI RIVER, > SAUGtR 
{PERCIDAE sriZQSJEDION CANADENSE). Trans Nebr Acad Set Vol 21 p 109-121 1994 FR40(2) 
(Game & Parks Comm , Box 934, Norfolk, NE 697021 

95-004003 Hesse, Larry W THE STATUS OF NEBRASKA FISHES IN THE MISSOURI RIVER, 4 FLATHEAD 
CATFISH, PYLODICT1S OLIVARIS, AND BLUE CATFISH, ICTALURUS FURCAJUS (ICTALURIDAt) Trans Nebr 
Acad So Vol 21 p 89-98. 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Game & Park Comm, Box 934, Norfolk, NE 68702] 

95-004004 Hesse, Larry W THE STATUS OF NEBRASKA FISHES IN THF MISSOURI RIVER, 3 CHANNEL 
CATFISH (ICTALURIDAE. ICTAIURUS PUNCTAWS). Tram Nebr Acad. Sci Vol. 21 p 73-87. 1 994 FR 40(2) 
[Came & Parks Comm,, Box 934, Norfolk, NE 68702] 

95-004005 Ibbotson, A, P. Armilage; W. Beaumont, M Ladle and S. Welton SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL 
DISTRIBUTION OF FISH IN A SMALL LOWLAND STREAM. Fish Manage Ecol 1(3):143-156. 1994. FR 40(2) 
[Inst Acjuacult , Univ Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, Scotland] 5afmo irutta, 5 salar, Jhymallus thymallus, Esoxtucius, 
Anguitla anguifla, and dala for eight oilier species in England 

95-004006 Igucln, Kei'ichiroh and fummari Ito OCCURRENCE OF CROSS-MATING IN AYU: 
AMPHIDROMOUS X LAND-LOCKED FORMS, AND DIPLOID X TRIPLOID fish. Sd 60(G).653-G55 1994 
fR40(2) 

[Nail. Res, Inst Fish Sci , Ueda Sin , Ueda, Nagano 386, Japan] P/ecog/owj.s altivelis. 

95-004007 Johnson, Scotl W., John F Thedmga and A, Scotl Feldliausen, JUVENILE SALMONID DENSITIES 
AND HABITAT USE IN THE MAIN-STEM SITUK RIVER, ALASKA, AND POTENTIAL EFFECTS OF GLACIAL 
FLOODING Northwest Sci. 68{4)-284-293. 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Auke Bay Lab , Fish Sci. Cent , NMFS, NOAA, 1 1305 Glacier Hwy., Juneau, AK 99801-86561 Oncorfiync/ius 
kistitch, O nerka, O mykiss, and Salvelinus ma/ma 

95 004008 Jones, Thomas 5 FLOODPLAIN DISTRIBUTION OF PISHES OF THE BIT1ERROOT RIVER, WITH 
EMPHASIS ON INTRODUCED POPUIATIONS OF NORTHERN PIKE M5 thesis, Univ Mont 69p 1992 
FR40(2) 

Esox /ucius in Montana, 

95-004009 Jurajda, Pavel and Milan Penaz. FISH COMMUNITY OF THE LOWER REGULATED STRETCH OF 
THE RIVER MORAVA, CZECH REPUBLIC Folia Zoo/ 43(1)5764 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Inst, Landscape Ecol, Acad, Sci Czech Republic, Kvetna 8, 603 65 Brno, Czech Republic] Rhocleus sauceus, 
Atburnus alburnus, Gobio gob'to, C albtpinnatus, Leuciscus cephalus, and Rutilus rutrlus 

95-004010 Kawanabe, Hiroya; Takashi Maruyama and Yasuo Nnmura SF.A-RUN FORM OF A 
MASU-SALMON SALMO (ONCORHYNCHUS) MASOU ISHIKAWAI. A CONSERVATION PROBLEM tot Ver 
T/icor. Angevv, Ltmnol Verh 25{4)-2191 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 
[Cent. Ecol. Res, Kyoto Univ,Otsu 520 01, Japan] 

95-004011 Kelsch, Steven W LOTIC FISH-COMMUNITY STRUCTURE FOLLOWING TRANSITION FROM 
SEVERE DROUGHTTO HIGH DISCHARGE,/, fres/iwaierfco/ 9(4) 331-341, 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Bio! , Box 901 9, Univ. N D , Grand Forks 58202] Plalygobio gracitts, Hybognathus p/aatus, Rhimchthys 
cataractae, Phoxmus eos, Pimepbales notatus, Macrhybopsis ge/ir/a, and data for 8 other species in North Dakota 

95004012 Khoa, L, V and W. Roth-Nelson, SUSTAINABLE WETLAND USE FOR AGRICULTURE IN THE 
MEKONG RIVER DELTA OF VIETNAM. Global Wetlands Old World and New. Updated papers /ran the meeting 
fieJd at Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, September J3-1B, 1992. William } Mnsch, editor p. 737-748 
1994, FR 40(2) 

[Soil Sci. Dep,, Hanoi Slate Univ, Hanoi, Vietnam) 

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95-004013 Koryak, Michael and Robert H Moslem VARIABLES INFLUENCING THE PRODUCTIVITY AND 
DIVERSITY OF RESERVOIR TAILWATER FISHERIES IN THE UPPER OHIO RIVER DRAINAGE BASIN, late 
Reservoir Manage 9(2)8590 1994, Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[US Army Corps Eng, William S Moorbeacl Fed Bldg, 1000 Liberty Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 1522241&& 
let 4 1 2-644 683 1 , e mail gneslo@snitp orp us,icc army.mil] 

95004014 Lichatowich, James, Lars Mobrand, Larry Lestelle and Tom Vogel AN APPROACH TO THE 
DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF DEPLETED PACIFIC SALMON POPULATIONS IN PACIFIC NORTHWEST 
WATERSHEDS Fahcries (Bethesda) 20(1) 10 18 1995 FR40(2) 

(Mobrand Biometrics, Vashon, WA| Oncor/iynciuis nerka, O tsnawytscfm, and O kisutcb 

95-00401 5 Logsdon, Dale E SUITABILITY OF SIDE CHANNEL BORDER AND WING DAM HABITAT FOR 
FISHES OVERWINTERING IN POOL 26 OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER MS thesis. South III Umv 
95p 1993. FR 40(2} 

tepomis macroc/iirus and Ictalurus punctaius in Illinois 

95 00401 G Lura, H and F Okland CONTENT OF SYNTHETIC ASTAXANTHIN IN ESCAPED FARMED 
ATLANTIC SALMON, SALMO SALARL, ASCENDING NORWEGIAN RIVERS fish Manage Ccot 1(3)205216 
1994 FR40(2) 

[Dep.Amm Ecol,lnst Zool.Univ Bergen, Allegaten 41, N-5007 Bergen, Norway] 

95004Q17 Marcot, Bruce G, Michael] Wisdom, Hiram W Li and Gonzalo C Castillo MANAGING FOf 
FEATURED, THREATENED, ENDANGERED, AND SENSITIVE SPECIES AND UNIQUE HABITATS FOF 
ECOSYSTEM SUSTAIN ABILITY US For Serv Con Tech Rep PNWNo 329 39p.l994 FR 40(2J 

(Ecol Framework Manage, Res, Dev & Appl Program, Pac, Northwest Res Stn,U,S For, Serv, Portland 
OR[ 

95 00401 Q Marshall, Eltol, HOMELY FISH DRAWS ATTENTION TO AMAZON DEFORESTATION Soenc 
(Was/I, DCJ267(5199) > B14 1995 FR40(2) 
Colossoma macmpomum 

95004019 Miller, Thomas D, and Russell D Heaton. LOWER SNAKE RIVER TOTAL DISSOLVED GA 
MANAGEMENT AND MONITORING Lako Reservoir Manage 9(2)99 1994 Abstract only. PR 40(2} 
JU S Army Corps Eng,, Walla Walla, WA 99362. lei 509-522-6379] 

95 004020 MIZZI, Janet A ZOOPLANKTON, MACROINVERTEBRATE, HERPETILE, AND ICHTHYOFAUNj* 
BIODIVERSITY OF RIVERINE HABITAT ON THC UPPER MISSOURI RIVER MS thews, SD iiale Umv 117i 
1994. FR 40(2) 

95 004021 Morton, Ross Thomas. RESPONSE OF FISH POPULATIONS TO RECLAIMED WASTEWATER I 
FORESTED WETLANDS M.S (fiesis, Umv Fla 1994 FR 40(2) 

95 004022 Milliner, Scott A and Wayne A Hubert, SELECTION OF SPAWNING SITES BY KOKANEES AN 

EVALUATION OF MITIGATIVE SPAWNING CHANN ELS IN THE GREEN RIVER, WYOMING ipeoaf Scaio 

Kokanee /nvesligalions Waug/tnL Paragam/an, coordinator N Am I Fish Manage 1 5(1 )! 74-1 84. 1995, FR4.Q( 

[Nail Oiol Surv.Coop Ftsh&Wildl, Res. Unit, Univ. Wyo,, Laramic 82071-3 1661 Oncorhynchusnerlco. 

*JS 004023 Nakamura, Futoshi nncl Frederick J Swanson DISTRIBUTION OF COARSE WOODY DEBRIS 
A MOUNTAIN STREAM, WESTERN CASCADE RANGE, OREGON. Can / Tor RPS 24(12) 2395-2403. 19 
In English with French summ FR 40(2) 

JUS For Serv, Pac. Northwest Res. Stn. For Sci Lab, Corvallis. OR 97331J 

95 004024 Nehnns, R. Barry WILD TROUT MANAGEMENT- DOES IT WORK IN THE 1 990s? Wild Tram n 
Planted Trout Balancing i/ie Scafe Proceeding? of a Workshop held si the Stouffer Coficourse l-tolef. Dem 
Colorado, May 19 and 20, 1994 Wayne A. Hubert, editor p 40-54.1994 FR 40(2) 

[Div WildL, 11501 6225 Rd, Monlrose, COOI401 lel.303-249-3431, fax 303-249-2B57] Oncor/wncf 
mykiss and Safmo trutlii in Colorado. 

95 004025 Oman, M and D. W. Lunlc. BENEFICIAL USE RECONNAISSANCE PROJECT: WARM SPRIN 
IMPACT COMPARISON.; Idaho And Sci. 30(1)-12. 1594. Abstract only FR 40(2) 
[Coll Soulh Idaho, Twin Falls B3301] 

95004026 Orth, Donald ], and Ray J. White STREAM HABITAT MANAGEMENT In Inland frslie, 
ManagemenI in North America Christopher C Kohler and Wayne A Hubert, editors, p. 205-230. 1993, FR 4C 
[Dep Fish. & Wiltll , VPI&SU, Blncksburg. VA 24061-0321 ] 

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95004027 Paller, Michael H RELATIONSHIPS AMONG NUMBER OF FISH SPECIES SAMPLED, REACH 
LENGTH SURVEYED, AND SAMPLING EFFORT IN SOUTH CAROLINA COASTAL PLAIN STREAMS N Am I 
Fish Manage 15(1)110-120 1995 FR 40(2) 

(Environ Sci Seel, Westmghouse Savannah River Co, Bldg 7 73-42 A, Savannah River Sue, Aiken, SC 29808] 

95 004028 Penning Rowselt, Edmund C, A'TRACEDYOFTHE COMMONS'! PERCEPTIONSOF MANAGING 
RECREATION ON THE RIVER WYE, UK Nat Resour /34(3) 629-655, 1994 FR40(2} 
(Fac Soc Sci & Educ, Middlesex Univ, Queensway, Enfield EN3 4SF, England] 

95004029 Pmder, Michael ] and Raymond P Morgan II INTERACTIONS OF pH AND HABITAT ON 
CYPRINID DISTRIBUTIONS IN APPALACHIAN STREAMS OF MARYLAND Trans Am Fish Soc 124(l}'94-102 
1995 FR40(2) 

[Morgan. Appalachian Environ Lab,, Univ Md, Cent. Environ & Estuarme Studies, Froslburg 21532] 
Rhmichtkys atraiulus, Semovlus atromaculatus, and data for nine other species 

95 004030 Poole, W R., M C, Dillane and K F. Whelan ARTIFICIAL RECONDITIONING OF WILD SEA 
TROUT, SALMO JRUTTA L, AS AN ENHANCEMENT OPTION INITIAL RESULTS ON GROWTH AND 
SPAWNING SUCCESS, fish Manage Ecol 1(3)179192 1994 FR 40(2} 

(Salmon Res. Agency Ireland, Farran Lab , Furnace, Newport, Co Mayo, Ireland] 

95-004031 Rabeni, Charles F WARMWATER STREAMS In Inland Fisheries Management in North America 
ChnsIop/ierC Kohler and Wayne A Hubert, editors p 427-443.1993 FR 40(2) 
[Coop Fish & Wildl Res. Unit, Univ. Mo., Stephens Hall, Columbia 65201] 

95-004032 Rand, Peter S THE EFFECT OF SALMON MIGRATIONS ON PHOSPHORUS DYNAMICS AND 
PRIMARY PRODUCTION IN TWO TUG HILL STREAMS, NY. M S thesis, State Univ N Y Co// Environ Sci & 
For. I86p 1 990. FR 40(2) 

95-004033 Rasmussen, Jerry L FLOODPLAIN MANAGEMENT INTO THE 21st CENTURY A BLUEPRINT FOR 
CHANGE- SHARING THE CHALLENGE Water Int 19(4) 166-176. 1994. FR 40(2} 
[U S. Fish & Wildl Serv , 608 E Clierry St , Columbia, MO 65201 ] 

95-004034 Reznick, David, Ronald ) Baxter and John Endler. LONG TERM STUDIES OF TROPICAL STREAM 
FISH COMMUNITIES: THE USE OF FIELD NOTES AND MUSEUM COLLECTIONS TO RECONSTRUCT 
COMMUNITIES OF THE PAST Contribution of Long-Term Ecological Research lo Current Issues in the 
Conservation of Biological Diversity Papers from the Symposium Presented at the Annual Moating of (he American 
Society of Zoologists, 26-30 Decpmfaer 1992, at Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Donald II Miles, editor 
Am Zoo! 34(3)452-462 1994 FR 40(2) 
[Dep. Biol, Univ. Calif, Riverside 92521 1 

95-00403S Rmne, John and Rick Fletcher. CAN WE SUSTAIN SW AQUATIC HABITATS AND TISHESf For 
Res West p. 13-1 7 Nov 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Southwest For Sci. Complex, 2500 S, Pine Knoll, Flagstaff, AZ 86001 . lel'602-556-21 8 1 ; fax-602-556-2 1 30] 

95-00403& Rinne, John N THE EFFECTS OF FIRE AND ITS MANAGEMENT ON SOUTHWESTERN (USA) 
FISHES AND AQUATIC HABITATS. Lake Reservoir Manage 9(2)108 1994 Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[U,S.Dep.Agric,For Serv., Rocky Mt For & Range Exp Sin., Southwest For Sci. Complex, 2500 S Pineknoll 
Dr, Flagstaff, AZ 86001 tel'602-556-2001; fax:602-556-2130] 5a/ve//nus fonlinahs, OnCQfhynchus mykiss, and 
O (,'tfae in Arizona and New Mexico. 

95-004037 Roos, John F RESTORING ERASER RIVER SALMON A HISTORY OF THE INTERNATIONAL 
PACIFIC SALMON FISHERIES COMMISSION, 1937-1985. Pa.c Salmon Comm. (Vancouver, Canada) 438p 
1991. Available at $2000 (United States) and $2500 (Canada)(clotli) from Pac. Salmon Comm, 600- 1155 
Robson St., Vancouver, BC, Canada V6E 1 B5 tel.604 684 8081 , fax, 604-66 6-870 7 FR 40(2) 
Qncorhynchus norka and O gorbuscha In Canada. 

9S 004038 Roper, Brett B and Dennis L Scarnecchia. OBSERVER VARIABILITY IN CLASSIFYING HABITAT 
TYPES IN STREAM SURVEYS N Am I Fish Manage 15{1)-49-53 1995. FR 40(2) 
[Dep. Fish & Wild!. Resour, Univ, Idaho, Moscow 83B43] 

95-004039 Scheidegger, Karl J. and Mark B. Bain. LARVAL FISH DISTRIBUTION AND MICROHABITAT USE 
IN FREE-FLOWING AND REGULATED RIVERS Copeia 1 995(1 ).1 25-1 35. 1 995. FR 40(2) 

[Bam: Coop Fish & Wild! Res. Unit, Fernow Hall, Cornell Univ , Ithaca, NY 1 4853-3001 ] Data for 1 4 families 
in Alabama, 

95-004040 Sheehan, Robert J. and )erry L Rasmussen. LARGE RIVERS. In- Inland Fisheries Management in 
Noith America Christopher C Kohler and Wayne A Hubert, editors p. 445-468. 1993 FR 40(2) 
[Coop. Fish, Res. Lab,, South. Ill Univ, Carbondafe 62901] 

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RIVER AND STREAM MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH (Continued) 

95-004041 Slaney, Pal A, Bill O Rublee. Chris ) Perrm and Harry Goldberg DEBRIS STRUCTU 
PLACEMENTS AND WHOLE-RIVCR FERTILIZATION FOR SALMONIDS IN A LARGE REGULATED STREAM 
BRITISH COLUMBIA Proceedings ol (fie Fifth international Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 
November 199 /, long Bead), California, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3) 11601180 19 
FR 40(2} 

[Fisli Res &0ev Sect, Fish Branch, British Columbia Mimst Environ, Lands & Parks, 2204 Main Mall U 
Briiish Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada V6T 1 25| Oncoihynchus is/iawyischa and O myfciss 

95 004042 Smith, Jeanette. RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF CHANGES IN STREAM AND RIPARIAN HABI 
CHARACTERISTICS BETWEEN 1935 AND 1990 IN TWO EASTERN CASCADE STREAMS MS thesis I 
Wash 1993 FR 40(2) 

95-004043 Soto-Galera, Eduarclo; J Paulo Maya, Eugenia Lope?-Lopez and lose Angel Serna Hernan 
ENVIRONMENTAL DETERIORATION OF RIO GRANDE DE MORELIA, MEXICO AN ENDANGEI 
TROPICAL SYSTEM Lake Reservoir Manage 9(2)'115 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 

(Esciicla Mac Gene. BioL, Dep Zool , Lab Icdol & Limnol, Carpio & Plan Ayala, Col Santo Torrtas, 
1 1 340, Mexico, D F , Mexico] Data for 1 5 species 

95004044 Spalding, S, N P. Peterson and T P Quinn SUMMER DISTRIBUTION, SURVIVAL i 
GROWTH OF JUVENILE COHO SALMON UNDER VARYING EXPERIMENTAL CONDITIONS OF BRU 
INSTREAM COVER Tr<ins Am fish Soc 124(1):124-130 1995 FR 40(2) 
[Qumn School Fish, Univ Wash,, Seattle 9&195] Ontorbyncrius kisutdi 

95-004045 Sparks, Richard E and Ruth M Sparks THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER Resror & Manage / 
10(1)39-44 1994 FR40(2) 

9S-00404G Statzner, Bernard and Dietrich Bordiardt LONGITUDINAL PATTERNS AND PROCESSES AU 
STREAMS:MODELLING ECOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO PHYSICAL GRADIENTS. Aquatic Cco/ogy Scale, P, 
and Process P S Ciller, A C Hi/drew, sndD C, Raftae/h, editors Symp Bi Leal Soc No 34 p. 1 13-1 40 
FR 40(2) 

IURA CNRS MSI 'Ecol, Eaux Douces Grands Fleuves,' Univ Lyon 1, 69622 Villeurbanne Ciidex, Fran 

95 004047 Steed, R. M ; M J. Mclntyre; W l-l. Clark and D W Zaroban BENEFICIAL USE RECONNAISS, 
PROJECT PRELIMINARY RtSULTS /, Idaho Acad Sci 30(1) 12-13 1994 AbsiraU only TR 40(2) 
[Dep Health & Welfare, Div Environ, Quality, 140 Hilton St, Boise, ID 83706 1 

95-004048 Stephens, Douglas E, EVALUATION OF BROWN TROUT INTRODUCTIONS IN 1 
SOUTHEASTERN KENTUCKY STREAMS Ky Dep fish WiMI Re-sour fish Bull No 94 27p 1994 FR4( 
Salmo (ruiia and data for 33 other species 

95 004049 Vadas, Robert L , Jr HABITAT TOOLS FOR ASSESSING 1NSTREAM-FLOW NEEDS FOR FISl 
THEUPPERROANOKERIVER,VIRCIN1A,P/)D diisertalioa Vn Polytcch Inst & State Univ 346p.1991 R 

95 004050 Visscher, Larry, CURRENT ROLE OFTROUT CULTURE IN MANAGEMENT OFTROUT FISt 
A US FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE PERSPECTIVE Wild Trout and Planted Trout Bafancmn the 
Praceedmgs of a Workshop held at the StouOer Concourse Hole/, Denver, Co/orat/o, May 1 9 and 20 W94 
A Hubert, edltot p,H0113 1994 FR 40(2) 

[US fish&Wild(,Serv,1390SW Atlantic Ave, Lnkewood, CO 8022(1 lei, 103-2 1& 8 154, fax. 30 1-23( 

FARM POND AND SMALl IMPOUNDMENT MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH 

95004051 Burnley, Timothy W, WILD AND HATCHERY REARED LARCCMOU1H BASS, MICROI 
SALMOIDES. CONDITION FACTOR IN FOUR SMALL ARKANSAS LAKES AND HABITAT SILE 
COMPARISONS MS tfiosis, Univ Arkansas 7Bn 1994 From Arkansas Coop, Rt-s Unit Pnbl. No 23 
FR40(2) 



95-004052 Flickmger, Steplien A and Frank ]. Billow SMALL IMPOUNDMENTS In. 
Management in North America ChitstopherC Kohler and Wayne A Hubert, editors p. 469-492. 1993 f 
[Dep Fish. AWrtdl.Biol, Colo State Univ, Fort Collins 805231 

95 004053 Hams, Patricia M ARE AUTECOLOGICALLY SIMILAR SPECIES ALSO FUNCTIONALLY Si 
A TEST IN POND COMMUNITIES Eco/ogy 76(2).544-552, 1995, FR 40(2) 
[Dep Zool,, Miami Univ,, Oxford, OH 450561 Cambusta al 



95 004054 Huncr, Jay V HERRING IN THE RECREATIONAL POND' THE FRESHWATER SHADS fa 
Harvest 25(1), 10 12, 22. 1991 FR 40(2) 
Dorosoma cepedianum and D pelenense 

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95-004055 Huner, lay V. SOME THOUGHTS ABOUT SUPPLEMENTAL FEEDING OF FISH IN WARMWATER 

RECREATIONAL PONDS Farm Pond Harvesi 29(1) 10-13, 27. 1995. FR 40(3) 

[P O Box 4-4509, Lafayette, LA 705041 Micropterus va/mo/c/es, fcta/urus punciaius, Lepomis macrocriirus x L 
cyanertus, and Morone saxaidisx M chrysops 

95-004056 Mal1ula,lke BASIC POND AERATION Farm Pone/ Harvest 29(1)19-21, 27 1995 FR 40(2) 

95-004057 Monng, John R and Peter H Nicholson, EVALUATION OF THREE TYPES OF ARTIFICIAL 
HABITATS FOR FISHES IN A FRESHWATER POND IN MAINE, USA Proceedings or (he fifth /nternaliona/ 
Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA William f 
Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3)1149-1159 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Mall. Biol. Surv, Coop. Fish & Wildl Res, Unit, Dep Zool, Univ Maine, 5751 Murray Hall, Orono 
04469 5 75 1 1 50* niger, Luxilus cornutus, Notemigonus ciyso/eucas, Ameiurus nebutosus, and tepomis gibbosus 

LARGE IMPOUNDMENT MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH 

95-004058 Avakian, A B and A. G Poddubnyi WAFER QUALITY AND PROTECTION ENVIRONMENTAL 
ASPECTS FISH PRODUCTIVITY IN RESERVOIRS AND THC ROLE OF THEIR AREAL SUBDIVISION, GRADING, 
AND RECLAMATION IN RAISING IT. Water Reiour (Engl Trans/ Vodnye Resursy) 22(1) 81-88 1995 FR40(2) 
[Water Problems Inst , Russian Acad Sci , nl Novaya Basmannaya 1 0, Moscow 1 07078, Russia] 

95 004059 Biro, Peter and Gabor Paulovits EVOLUTION OF FISH FAUNA IN LITTLE BALATON WATER 
RESERVOIR Int Ver Theor Angew Limnol Verh 25(4)'2164-2168 1994 FR 40(2} 

[Balaton Limnol Res Insi,, Hungarian Acad. Sci , H-8237 Tihany, Hungary] Data for 31 species in Hungary. 

95-004060 Bulak, James S; David 5. Wethey and Miller G White III EVALUATION OF MANAGEMENT 
OPTIONS FOR A REPRODUCING STRIPED BASS POPULATION IN THE SANTEE COOPER SYSTEM, SOUTH 
CAROLINA N Am.) Fish Manage 15(l)-84-94. 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Nat. Resour, 1921 Van Boklen Rd, Eastover, SC 29044] Morone saxati/is. 

95-004061 D'ltri, Frank M,; Elwin D. Evans, Jody A Kubitz; Akikuni Ushikubo and Hiroko Kurita-Matsuba.THE 
REMEDIATION OF MERCURY CONTAMINATED FISH IN AN ARTIFICIAL RESERVOIR, Strategies for Lake 
Ecosystems Beyond 2000 Selected Papers From the 5th /nternationa/ ILEC Conference, Stress '93. R de Bernardi, 
R Pagnoita, andA. Pugnetti, editors Mem 1st Ital Idrobiol Vol 52. p 301-317 1993 FR40(2) 

|Dep. Fish. &Wildl. & Inst. Water Res, Mich Stale Univ., Easl Lansing 48824] Perca ffavescens, Esoxlucius, 
Caloslomus commersonf, and Stizosiedion viireum in Michigan 

95-004062 Forbis, Larry A., G. Bell; ) Clifford; ) Jamsch; D LaMorte, T. McMahon, P Tucker, D Van Driel, J 
Warnecke and T Willard CONSTRUCTION AND INSTALLATION OF ESSENTIAL REtF STRUCTURES IN A 
FRESHWATER RESERVOIR IN THE SOUTHWEST AMERICAN DESERT. THE SAGUARO LAKE PROJECT, 
TONTO NATIONAL FOREST. Proceedings of the fifth Jnternatfona/ Conference on Aquatic Hao/lat Enhancement, 
3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3)'! 334. 1994. 
Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[Tonto Nail. For, Mesa Ranger DisI, 26 N Macdonald, P.O. Box 5800, Mesa, AZ 85211-5800] fcta/u/us 
punctatus, Lepomis cyane//us, L macrochirus, Microptems safmoides, and Morons misstssippiensts in Arizona 

95 004063 Hams, John ] ; Joe H. Carroll and Michael C Alexander. EFFECTS OF HYDROLOGY AND 
LACUSTRINE PROCESSES ON FISH HABITAT IN HARTWELL LAKE, SC/GA. Lake Reservoir Manage 9(2) 70 
1 994 Abstracl only. FR 40(2) 

|USAE - Waterways Exp. Sin , P.O Box 533, Callioun Falls, SC 29628. tel:803-447-8561] 

95-004064 Home, Alex J TURBIDITY, FISH KILLS, AND MINIMUM POOLS IN CALIFORNIA-NEVADA 
RESERVOIR OUTFLOWS Lake Reservoir Manage 9(2):82-83. 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 
[Dep Civil & Environ. Eng, Univ Calif, Berkeley 94530] Sa/mo Irutta 

95-004065 Jones, William W,; James Joerke and Michael Jenson, ALTERNATIVES FOR MANAGING LARGE 
WATERSHEDS- A LAKE MONROE EXAMPLE. Lake Reservoir Manage 9(2)-85 1994. Abstract only FR40(2) 

(School Public & Environ. Affairs, Ind. Univ, Bloommglon 57504 iel-81 2-855-4556; 
e-mail:joneswi@mdiana.edul 

05-004066 Juul, Steve T. ]., Margret A. Hagerman, William H. Funk and David P. Statler USING DWORSHAK 
RESERVOIR WATER TO ENHANCE LOWER SNAKE RIVER FLOWS. THE BENEFITS AND TRADEOFFS. Lake 
Reservoir Manage 9(2) 86. 1994. Abstracl only. FR 40(2) 

[Waler Res. Cent., Wash Slate Univ., Pullman 99164-3002 tel 509-335-4552] 

95 004067 Lowery, Danny R.; William B. Wrenn and Michael J. Macema. LARGEMOUTH BASS AND 
AQUATIC PLANT CONTROL IN A MAINSTEM TENNESSEE RIVER IMPOUNDMENT. Lake Reservoir Manage 
9(2);92 1 994. Abstract only FR 40(2) 

(Tenn. Valley Authority OSA 1B, Muscle Shoals, AL 35660. lel:205-3 86-2 729] Mlaaptems salmoides and 
Ctenopharyngodon i'de//a in Alabama. 

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FISHERIES REVIEW 

LARGE IMPOUNDMENT MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH (Continued) 

95 004060 Macema, Michael J and William C Reeves, THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN AQUATIC PLANT 
ABUNDANCE AND TOURNAMENT CATCH S1ATISTICS OF BLACK BASS ON TWO TENNESSEE RIVER 
IMPOUNDMENTS Lake Reservoir Manage 9(2)93 1994, Abstract only FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Fish & Allied Aquacult , Auburn Univ , Auburn, AL 36849 tcl 20!S-B44-9319] Microplerus salmoitici 
in Alabama 

95-004069 Mitzrter, Larry, MANAGEMENT OF AQUATIC VEGETATION WITH CRASS CARP IN IOWA 
1973-1993. Lake Ri'servoir Manage 9(2)99-100 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 

|Dep,Nat Resour,Rt 1, Box 109,Chanton, IA 50049 le>l 515-774-2958) Ctenop/iaryngodon Jdelte, LejMHjj.} 
macrocfiin/s, and Mtcrnpi&rus salmoides 

95-004070 Nuscli, Ernst A WATER QUANTITY AND QUALITY IN LAKES AND RESERVOIRS FOR HUMAN 
USES Slraiefiies for Lake Ecosystems Beyond 2000 Spfecied Papers From the Jmernar/ona/ /LCC Conference, Si/cw 
'93 R de Bernardi, R Pagnolta,andA Pugnettj, editors Mem 1st Itat Iclrobiol Vol 52, p 237-255 1993 FR4(])2) 
[Ruhr River Assoc, Chem & Biol Lab., P.O. Box 10 32 42, D-45032 Essen, Germany} Data for seven specif* 
in Germany 

95 004071 Pinney, Chris; Bill Mavros and Betty Evanb BIOTIC ANALYSIS OF LOWER GRANITE RESERVG1I 
DRAWDOWN USING CIS Lake Reservo/r Manage 9(2)104 1994 Abstract only FR4Q{2) 

JU.S Army Corps Eng, Walla Walla, WA 99362 lel:509-522-6613] Oncwhyncbw tshawyiscAa i 
Washington 

95-004072 Riggers, Brian W. HABITAT ALTERATIONS AND PLANKTONIC COMMUNITY RESPONSES 1< 
AQUATIC MACROPHYTE ROTOVATION STRATEGIES IN BOX CANYON RESERVOIR, WASHINGTON U 
thesis, Un\v Idaho 69p 1993 FR40(2) 

95 004073 Sanger, Andrew C THE ROLE Ol MACROPHYTES IN THE DECLINE AND RESTORATION f 
LAGOON OF ISLANDS Lake Reservoir Manage 9(2),11M12 1994 Abstracl only FR 40(2) 
[Inland Fist* Conim,, 1 27 D.ivey Si , Hobarl, Tasm 7000, Australia] 

95004074 Sclimitz,BradJ EMIGRATION OFJUVENILE RAINBOWTROUTFROM AMID ELEVATION UT^ 
RESERVOIR, MS thesis, Utah Slnie Umv 67p 1994 FR 40(2) 



95 00-1075 Schorr, Mark S., Michael R Mcador and Loren G Hill INCIDENTAL CATCH OF SI'ORT FISH 
CAST NETS USED TO COLLECT BAITFISH IN LAKE TEXQMA, OKLAHOMA-TEXAS N Am f Fish Man. 
15(1)'!42-147 199S FR 40|2) 

[Dep Biol & Environ. Sci, Univ Tcnn ,615 McCallie Avo, Chattanooga J740t) Dorosorna cppedisnuni 
pclenense, and data for 21 other species 

95 004076 Vaux, Pete* D,; larry J Paulson, Richard P Axler and Suzanne LE,IVJH, THE WATER QUA 1 
IMPLICATIONS OF ARTIFICIALLY FERTILIZING A LARCt DESERT RESERVOIR FOR FISHE1 
ENHANCEMENT VValor environ /to 67(2); 1 89-200. 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Harry ReidCont Environ Studies, Univ. Nev., Las Vegab 801 S4-4009) Dorosorna pelpricrise, Moronpsiix, 
and Microptews iafmoK/es in Nevada 

95 004077 Warncche, Jim and Thomas McMahon, FISH AND TISHERMEN USE OF INSTALLED 1 IAHITA 
SAGUARO LAKE, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA Proceeding* of l/ie fifth fritemaifonaf Conforonc 
/IqiraocHa^irat fnriancer)ieni,5-7Wovemier N9f, tong Bench, Caft/bmia, USA William 1 Richards editor 
Mar 5ci 55(2-1] 1 357- 1 358, 1 994. Abstract only. FR 40(2 J 
[Game & Fisli Dep , 7200 E Univprsity, Mesa, A2 fl5207j 

95004078 \ager, Rouert E, (ientamin R, Hayes and Mlchnel (. Sale. MODELLING OF RrSERVCHR REI 
TEMPERATURE FOR PROTECTING DOWNSTREAM FISH HABITAT Lake Reservoir Manoi'c 9(2V 1 2 * 
Abstract only, FR 40(2} 

(Environ, Con-mil Eng,PO Bo< 22668, KnoxvillE!,TN 37933 te1'61569MB88l 

ESTUARY MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH 

95-004079 Abreu, Paulo C , Cdn-i Granell; Clansso Odebredit; Dione Kilzinnnn, I ins A. Procnca diul C 
Resgalln, Jr EFFECT OF FISH AND MESOZOOPLANK1ON MANIPULATION ON THE PHYTOPIAN 
COMMUNITY IN THE I'ATOS LAGOON ESTUARY, SOUTIICRN BRAZIL Cstuarics 1713VS75SU4 
FR40(2) 

[Dep Oceanogr.-FURG, Univ Rio Grande, Caixa Postal 474, Rio Grande, RS 96201-<)UD 
Xenomefamris urasi/iensis 

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ESTUARY MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH (Continued) 

95-004080 Antsulevich, Alexander E ARTIFICIAL REEFS PROJECT FOR IMPROVEMENT OF WATER QUALITY 
AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENHANCEMENT OF NEVA BAY {ST -PETERSBU RG COUNTY REGION) Proceedings 
ol the Filth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3 7 November 1 99 I, Long Beach, California, 
USA William! Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3)1189-1192 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Ichlhyol & Hydrobiol, St Petersburg Slate Univ, 16 Lima, 29, Si Petersburg 199178, Russia] 

95-004081 Auer, Nancy A EFFECTS OF CHANGE IN OPERATION OF A SMALL HYDROELECTRIC FACILITY 
ON SPAWNING CHARACTERISTICS OF LAKI STURGEON lake Reservoir Manage 9(2)-52 53 1994 Abstract 
only FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Biol Sci, Mich Technol, Univ, 1400 Townscnd Dr., Houghton 49931 tel-906-487-2353] Acipenscr 
tulvescens in Michigan 

95 004082 Bamber, R N,, S D Batten and N D Bridgwater THE BRACKISH PONDS AT KILLINGHOLME, 
HUMBERSIDE, UK Aquat Conserv Mar freshwater Ecosysl 1(2)173-181 1991 FR 40(2) 
RiHilus rutilus, Perca flwtatilis, and Gasierosteus acuteatus in England 

95-004083 ISroadbent, Timothy Dale. RESERVOIR SEEDING FOR BASS MANAGEMENT AND ITS EFFECTON 
SUNFISH, WHITE CRAPPIE, AND YELLOW PERCH MS thesis, Univ Tern 61p 1982 FR 40(2) 
Lepomis, Pomoxis annufans, and Perca flavescens in Georgia 

95-001084 Carlson, D B , P D, O'Bryan and ) R Rey THE MANAGEMENT OF FLORIDA'S (USA) SALT 
MARSH IMPOUNDMENTS FOR MOSQUITO CONTROL AND NATURAL RESOURCE ENHANCEMENT 
Global Wetlands - Old World and New, Updated papers from the meeting held at Ohio State University, Columbus, 
Ohio, September 13-18, 1992 William I Mitsch, editor p 805-814 1994.FR40(2) 
[Indian River Mosquito Control Disl,PO Box 670, Vero Beach, FL 32961 1 

95-004085 Hem, S and J, L B Avil. FIRST RESULTS ON "ACADJA-ENCLOS" AS AN EXTENSIVE 
AQU ACULTURE SYSTEM (WEST AFRICA) Proceedings of the Fifth /mernalionaf Conference on Aquatic I labttat 
Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA William 1 Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 
55(2-3)1038-1049.1994 FR 40(2) 

[Cenl. Rech, Oceanol , B.P V 18, Abidjan 01, Ivory Coast. fax,225-35-1 1-55] Ti/apia me/anotfjeron and data 
for 16 other species in Ivory Coast 

95-004086 Herke, William H and Barton D Rogers. MAINTENANCE OF THE ESTUARINE ENVIRONMENT 
In; Inland fisheries Management in North America Christopher C Kohfer and Wayne A Hubert, ediiors 
p 263-283. 1993 FR 40(2) 

|Dep. For,Wildl & Fish, La. State Univ, Baton Rouge 70803) 

95-004007 Hill, Douglas, editor THE EAST RIVER TIDAL BARRAGE A SYMPOSIUM ON A MUITIPURPOSE 
ADDITION TO NEW YORK CITY'S INFRASTRUCTURE Ann NY Acad Sci Vol, 742 191p. 1994. FR 40(2) 
Selected paper indexed In this issue of Fisheries Review, 

95-004080 John, ] EUTROPHICATION OF THE bWAN RIVFR ESTUARY, WESTERN AUSTRALIA AND THE 
MANAGEMENT STRATEGY. Global Wetlands Old World and New Updated papers from the meeting hold a( 
Oh/o Stale University, Columbus, Ohio, September 13-1B, 1992 William f Mttsch, editor p. 749-7S7 1994 
FR40(2) 

[School Environ Biol , Curlm Univ. Technol , GPO Box U 1 987, Perth, W A 6001 , Australia] 

95-004089 Kittrell, William B., Jr RESERVOIR SEEDING IMPROVES ABUNDANCE, GROWTH AND FOOD 
OF YOUNG OF-YEAR CENTRARCHID BASS MS thesis, Univ Tenn 40p 1 902. FR 40(2) 

95 004090 Konan, A. Annabelle and Daniel Guiral AVAILABLE ALGAL BIOMASS IN TROPICAL BRACKISFI 
WATER ARTIFICIAL HABITATS. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat 
Enhancement, 3-7 November 199?, Long Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Hull Mar Set 
55(2-3)1341-1342 1994. Abstract only FR 40(2) 

(Cent. Rech. Oceanol , 29, rue pecheurs, BP V 1 8 Abidjan, Ivory Coast] Tifapia me/anotheron in Ivory Coast 

95 Q04091 Lara, Maria Jose GLASS CEL (ANCUILLA ANCUILLA L ) STATISTICS FROM THE PROFESSIONAL 
FISHERY IN THE NALON ESTUARY (NW SPAIN) Report o/lhe 1994 Session of (he HMC/ICES Working Croup 
on Eel, OviGdo, Spam, 26 September- 1 October J9S4 EIFAC (Eur Inland fish Advis Comm)Occas Pap No 30 
p 2, 15. 1994. Abstract only FR40(2) 

[C/Cervantes, 2-2 izda , 33206 Gijon, Spain tel;34 8 5354357; fax.34 8 5355049] 

95004092 MorlanJanelC andRobertE Frenkel HOWWELLCANWEDOJTHESALMON RIVERESTUARY 
Restor. & Manage Notes 10(1) 21-23, 1992. FR40{2) 

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FISHERIES REVIEW 

LMUAKV MANAGLMEN1 ANIi RESEARCH (Continued) 

M^^M^^V^',\ Wjll( ' r INILUtN([ < WIND, HLHAVIOUR AND CHARACTERISTICS OF THE 

!"Zu'^^^ 

(Insl Na< IVstu, <oiislitLiy ( >MU' M97.U' 1 1 200, Montevideo, Uruguay] 



lt!ou) K 1 ' IU)1[ril - l > w* COVIRAGE or MANGROVE IN THA.LAND, 



II, JUd]' UUl [ " V " 1 " 1 *"* ' * '" SllUll " nv " St)l M - [t ' ltl Cl " lk ^"y Bids 4, Hrakhanong, Bangkok 10260, 

^ ] '! '"" IW K Hlir<ltll)! MANAGEMENT 01 A SHALLOW ESTLJARJNE IAK 
t " UY ZANIJV1CI ' rA1> ' : TOWN ' SOU ArRICA 



!u'i.l |1|<lnfllnR llr '" K ''' f a|1( * ' Wn ( " V On " upl ' '' I1()X ' 694 ' c -l u> Town 8000, South AfncalDala 



|ui. 



'A^'.M 1 -,! W IJ " y antl r H SMllr ^SYSTEM MODELS OF AQUATIC PRIMARY 
AND flMI MIC, RAHON IN LACUNA IJE HIRMINOS, MEXICO Clohal Wetlands OMWoM 

' n, flo,, ' ,"^' /5i y >m f ' r '"" " 1C ""' (> ""'' t hM at 0/ " - V(a ' e ^'^ Columbus, Ohio, Sepiwlm I J- fS, 
IW1 William I. Minc.li, whim p ll'h-iU, i<w PR 4()(2J 

[< h(ha[H',iki' lllol, l.ili,, Univ. Mtl , I 1 0, Hox 38, Solomons 206(16) 



- 1 ,,.,' 1 ' ' lfli<1 " n ' K <rt Tit Uunni'lly and Theresa Walsh. BIOLOGY AND FISHERIES POTENTIAL 
l- (,LASS CtL (N THL S^ IANNON CSTUARY. IRLLANU Report of the 19<J'I 5ess,o f ) of UK &FAC/K.ES Walking 
ow/) OH tpt CJwi'tfti, A/wwi, J65<7)(cvi)/3pr-J Ortofief /99'/ WACfEitr Inland Fish Aclvis CbmmJOccas P*P 
No. t() p 2, is, 1'J'M Ahstratl only fR 40(2) 

[f)('J, Zotil , Trinity C oil , nitlilm 2, Ireland U<1; ) -i3 1 702 1 166; fax:3531 677I3094| Angiw/fe angwJta 

H . t , R , t) f lls ' ldw " ?ntt ' '' dhtl nrnisp I Reed - COMPARING NEKTON ASSEMBLAGES Of SUaflDAL 
S IN I'IF'EI INC CANAl S TRAVERSING I1ACKISH AND SALINE MARSHES IN COASTAL LOUISIANA 
14(4>-Jf)^27S 1<)'M PR 40(2) 

[NOAA/NMrS, Soulhcdst Fish Su. n-nl, -1700 Avo. U, Galvoston, TX 77551-5997| Anditn miictulb 
urevoortia patrumis, C,otoioim hwc, Syngnalhus scovrtli, Mirmpoaonms umlulatus, and data for 35 oilier 
S|i(cro!>, 



^ , ? ytlpr ' Chpr V' A USE r AN TSrUARFNE INDEX Of BIOTIC INTCGRITY (EDI) TOR BUTTERMILK 
,ASOUlHERNNCWrNGUNDCSTUARY.Mi them Univ. Mass U6p 1993 FR 40(2) 



iA Soij|t:m ' 1 " 1 - 1 . Bambara .ind Antwliplle A Konatt PRIMARY PRODUCTION OF ARTIFICIAL 
HAUITA1S FOFi FISHERIES IN A TROPICAL LAGOON ProLeerltngs of the Filth International Conference on 
'\qvaticftabitMCnlwuement, 3-7 November 1M1, Long Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor. Butt. 
Mat Sc, 55{2-J)>1352 1994. Alwlract only. FR 40f2) 
[Cent Recli Ocwinol , 11 P 18, Abidjan, Ivory Coast] 

?r 5 ,;o ^n?.l UY ' sllin - |cl " '^PLACEMENT OF LARGE COPEPODS BY SMALL ONES WITH 
tUJKUl'HICATIONOrEMBAYMENTS CAUSE AND CONSEQUENCE. Cnrfoay and Morphology of Copcpods 
f roioecflnjjK of iho ?(/i International Cofifrre/icc on Copepoda, Baltimore, USA, June 6 13, 1993 ftmJc fcrWi 
andHmn I liracltcy, editor* I lydr(tbinlo^-i Vol. 292/293. p. 513-519, 1994. FR 40(2) 

IFac. Ap|il Blol Set. Hiroshima Univ., Htgdslii-Hiroshima 724, Japan] Cngrwlk laponicus in Japan. 

MARINE MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH 

Adams - Aiiron POPULATION STRUCTURE OF FISHES ASSOCIATED WITH AN OFFSHORE 
rJ ' CIAL REEI "' bST| MATES OF SPECIES COMPOSITION, ABUNDANCE, B1OMASS AND 



' , , 

S. Proceeding ol the fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 
1901, Long Beach, California, t/M. William I Richards, editor, Hull Mar So 55(2-3): 1 3 24 199-1. 
Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

iVa Insl Mar. Sci,, Coll, William & Mary, Gloucester Point 2306^1 



, A a . rdy ' M - Tundl ' ADVANCES IN MARINE CONSERVATION. THE ROLE OF MARINE 
AREAS, Trends Ecol fwrf. 9(7)'267-270. 1994 FR 40(2) 
(World Wlldl Fund, 1250 24lh St. NW, WasliFngton DC 20D37[ 

'A T " T ' G Tobor ' A > Ar "ad! and R. E K. Udolisa SUCCESS OF POLE AND LINE S5CII>)ACK 
Cf MM ' 5 ) TISHING IN NIGERIA ENHANCED BY THE INTRODUCTION OF HSH 
DEVICES (FADs) Proceedings ol the fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat 
f * cve ' nher '"'' lon S Beach, California, USA William] Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci. 
5. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 
Oceanogr & M [ir Res, P.M.B 12729, Victoria Island, Lagos, NrgenaJ 

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MARINt MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH (Continued) 

95-004 1 05 Angel, Martin V LONG-TERM, LARGE-SCALE PATTERNS IN MARINE PELAGIC SYSTEMS Aquatic 
Ecology- Scale, Pattern and Process P S Ciller, A C Hiklrew, and D G Raltaelli, editors Symp Br Ecot See No 
34 p 403439 1994 FR 40(2) 

j Ins I Oteanogr Sci, Deacon Lab, Wormley, Goddlmmg, Surrey CDS SUB, England] 

95 001106 Ansley, Henry GEORGIA'S ARTIFICIAL REEFS Proceedings of the Fifth totcmaliona/ Conference 
on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor 
Bull Mar.Sci 55(2-3)1325 1994 Abstract only FR4Q(2) 

[Outer Continental Shelf Program, Coastal Resour, One Conservation Way, Brunswick, GA 3)523-8600] 

95004107 Austin, Herb; James Kirkley and (on Lucy BYCATCH AND THE FISHERY FOR ATLANTIC 
MENHADEN (BREVOOR7M TYRANNUS) IN THE MID-ATLANTIC BIGHT AN ASSESSMENT OF THE NATURE 
AND EXTENFOF BY-CATCH Va Sea Grant Mar Resour Advisory No 53 39p 1994 FR 40(2) 

|Coll William & Mary, School Mar Sci , Va Inst Mar Sci,, Gloucester Point 230&2] Data for 35 species 

95-004108 Avsar, Dursun POPULATION PARAMETERS OF SPRAT (SPRATTUi SPRATfUS PHALERICUS 
RISSO) FROM THE TURKISH BLACK SEA COAST Fish Res (Amst) 21(3-4} 437-453 1995 FR 40(2) 
|lnst Mar Sci , Middle East Tecii Univ.PO Box 28, Tr33731, Erdenili, Icel, Turkey) 

95-004109 Bagge, Ole and Fritz Thurow THE BALTIC COD STOCK FLUCTUATIONS AND POSSIBLE 
CAUSES Cod and Climate Change Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Reykiavik, 23-27 August 1993 lakob 
jakobsson, editor Int Counc Explor Sea Mar Sci Symp Vol 198 p 254-268 19/94 FR 40(2) 

[Danish Inst Fish & Mar Res , Cliarlottenlund Castle, DK-292Q Charlottenlund, Denmark) Cadus morhua 

95-0041 10 Baqueiro C, Erik and Ramon Mendez L ARTIFICIAL REEFS' AN ALTERNATIVE TO ENHANCE 
MEXICAN LITTORAL COMMERCIAL FISHERIES Proceedings of the fifth /nternationa/ Conference on Aquatic 
Habitat Enhancement, 3 7 November 1931, Long Beach, California, USA William I. Richards, editor Hull Mar.Sci 
55(2-3).1014-1020, 1994. FR 40(2) 

(Cent Reg Invest Pesq , Inst. Nac Pesca, AP 507, Carnpeche, Camp. C p 24000, Mexico] Data for 49 
species in the Gulf of Mexico 

95-004111 Barnabe, Gilbert and Claude Chauvet EVALUATION OF PISH FAUNA OF MONACO'S 
SUBMARINE NATURE RESERVE. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat 
Enhancement, 37 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 
55(2-1).1326-1327. 1994, Abstract only FR 40(2) 
Giromi's chromis and Diplodus sargus 

95 004112 Barss, William H PACIFIC HAGFISH, EPTA1RETUS STOUT/, AND BLACK HAGFISH, DF/Wr 
THE OREGON FISHERY AND PORT SAMPLING OBSERVATIONS, 198J192,Mar fish Rev 55(4)19-30 1993 
FR 40(2) 

(Mar Reg.Dcp Fish & Wildl , Mar Sci Dr,Bldg #3, Newport, OR 97365] 

95-004113 Bayle-Sompere, Just T-, Alfonso A Ramos-Espla and Jose A Garcia Charton INTRA-ANNUAL 
VARIABILITY OF AN ARTIFICIAL REEF FISH ASSEMBLAGES THEMAR1NE RESERVE OFTABARCA (ALICANTE, 
SPAIN, SW MEDITERRANEAN). Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat 
Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Sa 
55(2 3):824-835 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Gene, Ambientales & Recursos Nat , Div. Biol Mar, Univ. Alicante, Apdo. Post 99, E030BO Alicanlo, 
Spain] Data for 21 species 

95 004114 Beets, Jim and Mark A Hixon DISTRIBUTION, PERSISTENCE, AND GROWTH OF GROUPERS 
(PtSCES SERRANIDAC) ON ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL PATCH REEFS IN THE VIRGIN ISLANDS Proceedings 
of the filth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, 
USA William I. Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci. 55(2-3).470-483. 1994 FR 40(2} 

(Dep Biol,Umv Richmond, Richmond, VA 23173] Epinephelus striatus, E, afer, f cruenlatiis, f I'u/Vus, and 
f. guifaius 

95004115 Bell, Melvm and J Wayne Hall EFFECTS OF HURRICANE HUGO ON SOUTH CAROLINA'S 
MARINE ARTIFICIAL REEFS. Proceedings of the fifth /nternndona/ Conference on Aquanc Habitat Enhancement, 
3-7 November 19 f J I, Long Beach, California, USA Wtltiam} Richards, editor Bull War Sci 55(2-3)635847.1994 
fR40(2} 

(Mar Artificial Reef Program, Mar. Resour, Div,P,O Hox 12559, Charleston, SC 2 [ )412] Ccn (roprisdi sinala, 
Arc/iosargus probatocephalus, Chaetodipterus taber, Mycteroperca microlcpis, and Mycteroperca phcnst 

95-0041 1 6 Bell, Melvin and Wayne). Hall SOUTH CAROLINA'S MARINE ARTIFICIAL REEF PROGRAM AND 
MANAGEMENT PLAN Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 
November 1991, LonaB&ch, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar So 55(2-3) 1327-1 32S. 1994, 
Abstract only FR40{2) 

[Div Mar Resour,, Wildl. & Mar. Resour Dep,,PO Box 12559, Charleston, SC 29412] 

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95-004117 Benson, John A, Michael Neushu) and Bruce W W Harger ENGINEERING OF KELP REEFS AND 
MARINE FARM HABITATS LONG-TERM STUDIES Proceedings ot the Filth International Coherence on Aqoadc 
Habitat Enhancement, 3 7 November 1991 Long Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor But! Mar Sci 
55(2-3)1328 1994 Abstract only FR40(2) 

[Ncushul Maricullure Inc , 475 Kellogg Way, Coleta, CA 93 1 1 7] 

95-004 1 1 8 Berger, Tina, Joseph McCurrm and Richard Stone AN ASSESSMENT OF COASTAL ARTIFICIAL 
REEF DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT IN THE UNITED STATES Proceedings ot the Fifth International 
Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 37 November 1991, Long Beach, Calilornia, USA William I 
Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3} 132Q 1994 Abslract only FR 40(2) 

[Artificial Reef Dev Cent, Sport Fishing Inst, 1010 Massachusetts Avo NW, Suite 320, Washington, DC 
20001] 

95-0041 1 9 Bohnsack, James A , Douglas E Harper, David B McClellan and Mark Hulsbeck EFFECTS OF REEF 
SIZE ON COLONIZATION AND ASSEMBLAGE STRUCTURE OF FISHES AT ARTIFICIAL REEFS OFF 
SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA, USA Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat 
Enhancement, 37 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA William / Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 
55(2-3)796823 1994 FR 40(2) 

[NOAA, NMFS, Southeast Fish Sci Cent , Miami Lab , 75 Virginia Beach Dr, Miami, FL 33149] Data for 127 
species 

95004120 Bombace,G,G Fabi, L Fiorentim andS Speranaza ANALYSIS OFTHE EFFICACY OF ARTIFICIAL 
REEFS LOCATED IN FIVE DIFFERENT AREAS OF THE ADRIATIC SEA Proceedings ot the Filth International 
Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA William f 
Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3} 559-580. 1994 FR 40(2) 

[1st Ric Pesca. Mar. (IRPeM), Consigho Naz Ric (CN R ), Moto Mandracchio, 60100 Ancona, Italyl 
Saaena umbra, Umbnna ctrihosa, Scorpaena porcus, and data for 76 other species 

95004121 Bombace, Giovanni, Dino Levi and N Greco ARTIFICIAL REEFS IN SICILY Proceedings of the fifth 
International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA 
William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3)'1329 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2} 

(1st Ric.Pesca Manltima (CNR), Molo Mandracchio, 60100, Ancona, Italy] 

95 004122 Bert-one, Stephen A , James Van Tassell, Alberto Brito, Jesus M Falcon; Javier Mena and Charles 
M Bundnck ENHANCEMENT OF THE NEARSHORE FISH ASSEMBLAGE IN THE CANARY ISLANDS WITH 
ARTIFICIAL HABITATS Proceec/jngs oi the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 
November 199!, Long Beach, California, USA William! Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3) > 602-G08 1994. 
FR 40(2) 

fBiol Dep , Univ West Fla , Pensacola 3251 4] Data for 37 species 

95004123 8randen,KevinL;DavidA Pollard and Hugh A Reimers AREVIEW OF RECENT ARTIFICIAL RCEF 
DEVELOPMENTS IN AUSTRALIA Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat 
Enhancement, 3-7 November 1391, Long Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bui! Mar Set. 
55(2-3)982-994 1994 FR 40(2) 

[South Australian Res & Dev, Inst , Acruat Sci.PO Box 120, Henley Beach, S A, 5022, Australia] Data for 
90 species 

95 0041 24 Brander, Keith, editor SPAWNING AND LIFE HISTORY INFORMATION FOR NORTH ATLANTIC 
COD STOCKS Int. Cotinc E\plor Sea Coop Res Rep No 205 150p, 1994 FR 40(2) 
[Fish Lab , Lowesloft, Suffolk NR33 OHT, England] Gadus morhua. 

95 0041 25 Brocfc, Richard E BEYOND FISHERIES ENHANCEMENT: ARTIFICIAL REEFS AND ECOTOURISM. 
Proceedings 01 the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, long 
Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor. Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3)' 1 181-1 188. 1994 FR 40(2) 

flnst Mar Biol.&Sea Grant Coll Program, Univ Hawaii, 1000 Pope Rd (MSB 204), Honolulu 96B22J Data 
for 12 species in Hawaii 

95004126 Brock, Richard E andAlanK.H (Cam FOCUSING THE RECRUITMENT OFJUVENILE FISHES ON 
CORAL REEFS Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 
199 1 Long Beach, California, USA William j Richards, editor Bull Mar, Sci 55(2-3) 623-630 1 994 FR 40(2) 

|Umv Hawaii Sea Grant Program, 1 000 Pope Rd , MSB 204, Honolulu 96822] Data for 1 -1 species in Hawaii. 

95004127 Bugley, Karen E and Arnold H Carr MASSACHUSETTS COASTAL WATERS THE STATUS AND 
POTENTIAL FOR ARTIFICIAL REEFS Proceedings of the Filth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat 
Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA William I. Richards, editor Bull Mar. 5cr 
55(2-3)1330-1331 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 

JDiv Mar Fish, 18 Rt 6A, Sandwich, MA 02543] 

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95-0041 28 California Department of Fish and Game REVIEW OF SOME CALIFORNIA FISHERIES FOR 1093 
Calif Coop Oceanic Fish Invest Rep Vol 35 p 7-10 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Mas Resour Div,, 8604 La Jolla Shores Dr, La Jolla, C A 92038 15013) Data lor 16 species 

95004129 Campos, W L,A G C del Norte Campos and J W McMatuis YIELD ESTIMATES, CATCH, 
EFFORT AND FISHERY POTENTIAL OF THE REEF FLAT IN CAPE BOLINAO, PHILIPPINES I Appl Ichlhyol 
1 0(2-3), 82-95 1994 FR 40(2) 

(McMiinus ICLARM, MC P O Box 2631, 071 8 Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines! Siganus fuscescens 

95-004130 Canadian Wildlife Service PRESERVING THE BLUEFIN TUNA Recovery (Can Wild! Serv)p 5 
Summer 1994 FR40(2) 
Thvnnus thvnnus 

95-004131 Castillo, R and F Perez POTENTIAL ECONOMIC VALUE OF THE ICHTHYOLOGICAL FAUNA 
ON AN ARTIFICIAL REEF IN GRAN CANARIA Proceedings of Ihe Fitth International Conference on Aquatic 
Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 199 1, Long Beach, California, USA William! Richards, editor Bull Mir 5ci 
55(2-3) 1332. 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 

ICenl Tecnol Pesq Taliarte, PO Box 56, Telde, 352QO Las Palmas (Canary Islands}, Spam] 

95-004132 Chabanel. Pascale and Gerard Faure (RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BENTH1C AND 
ICHTHYOLOGICAL COMMUNITIES ON CORAL REEFS ] CR Acad Sci Set III Set Vie 317(12) 11 51-1157. 
1904 In French with English sitmm FR 40(2) 

|Lab, Ecol Mar, UP 71 51, Univ Reunion, 15, ave R Cassin, 97715 Saint-Denis Mcssag Cedex 9, Reunion] 

95 004133 Chamberlain, Robert H and Roger A Barnhart EARLY USE BY FISH OF A MITIGATION SALT 
MARSH, HUMBOLDT BAY, CALIFORNIA Estuaries 16(4) 769-783, 1993, FR 40(2) 

(S Fla Water Manage Dist, Environ Sci Div,P.O Box 24680, West Palm Beach 33416-46BOJ Data for 32 
species. 

95-004134 Choumard, Ghislain A. and Alain Frechel FLUCTUATIONS IN THE COD STOCKS OF THE GULF 
OFST LAWRENCE. Cod and Climate Change Proceedings of a Symposium Hetcim Reytyavik, 23-27 August 1993 
lakob fakobsson, editor Int Counc Fxp/or 5eaMar Sci Symp Vol 198 p 121-139 1994. In English with French 
summ. FR 40(2) 

(Dep, Fish & Oceans, Gulf Fish Cent , P O Box 5030, Moncton, NB, Canada El C 9B6J Gadus momua in 
Canada. 

95004135 Cillaurren, E DAILY FLUCTUATIONS IN THE PRESENCE OF THUNNUS ALBACARES AND 
KATSUWONUS PEMMfS AROUND FISH AGGREGATING DEVICES ANCHORED IN VANUATU, OCEANIA, 
Proceedings of ifie Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3 7 November 799), Lojip 
Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3}-581-S91. 1994. FR 40(2) 
[ORSTOM, P O. Box 76, Port-Vila, Vanuatu) 

95 004136 Cummmgs, Sandra L, COLONIZATION OF A NCARSHORE ARTIFICIAL REEF AT BOCA RATON 
(PALM BEACH COUNTY), FLORIDA Proceedings of (Jie Filth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat 
Enhancement, 37 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA William 1 Richards, editor tiull Mar Sci 
35(2-3) 1 193-1215, 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Coastal Planning &Eng,lnc, 2481 N.W. Boca Raton Blvd, Boca Raton, FL 3343 1[ Data (or 66 species 

95-004137 d*Cruz,Tillo! Slave Creech and John Fernandez COMPARISON OFCATCH RATES AND SPECIES 
COMPOSITION FROM ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL REEFS IN KERALA, INDIA Proceedings of the fifth 
International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 7991, Long Beach, California, USA 
William I Richards, editor. Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3):1029-1037. 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Programme Community Organ., PCO Cent , Spencer Junction, Tnvandrum 695 039, Kerala, IndiaJ Data for 
10 species 

95 004138 Daan, Niels. TRENDS IN NORTH ATLANTIC COD STOCKS A CRITICAL SUMMARY Cod and 
Climate Change Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Reykjavik, 23-27 Augusl 1993 lakob lakobsson, editor, Int 
Counc Explor, Sea Mar Sci. Symp Vol 198 p 269-270.1994 FR40(2) 

(Insl. Fish. Res., P O. Box 68, 1 970 AB IJmuiden, Netherlands! Cadus morhua. 

95 0041 39 Daan, Niels, Henk J. L Heessen and John G Pope CHANGES IN THE NORTH SEA COD STOCK 
DURING THE TWENTIETH CENTURY. Cod and Climate Change Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Reykjavik, 
23-27 August 1993 lakob fakobsson, editor Int. Counc Etplor Sea Mar So. Symp, Vol. 190. p 229243 199-1- 
FR 40(2) 

[Netherlands Inst. Fish. Res., P O. Box 68, 1 970 AB IJmuiden, Netherlands] Cadus morhua 

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95 004140 Danner, Eric M , Thomas C Wilson and Roberl E Schlotterbeck COMPARISON OF ROCKflSH 
RECRUITMENT OF NEARSHORE ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL REEFS OFF THE COAST OF CENTRAL 
CALIFORNIA Proceedings at the Hlth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 
IWl.LongBeach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Set 55(2-3)333-343 1994 FR '10(2) 

[TENERA Environ Sen/, PO Box 400, Avila Beach, CA 93424] 5e6asies mystimis, S Serrano/do, and 5 
llavidvs 

95 004141 Davydova, Svetlana V INTERACTIONS OF ARTIFICIAL HABITATS WITH THE 
ICHTHYOPLANKTON COMMUNITY OF COASTAL AREA OF THE SEA OF JAPAN, 1 988-90 Proceedings 0! 
the Filth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat tiihancement, 3-7 November J99 7, Long Beach, California, 
USA William} Richards, editor Bull Mar Set 55(2-3} 1333 1994 Abstract only. FR 40(1) |Pac Res Inst Fish 
& Oceanogr (TINRO), 4 Shevcliencko Alley, Vladivostok 690600, Russia] Clupca pallasi pallasi and i/opscfia 
pmnifusciata. 

95-004142 Denman, Kenneth L SCALE-DETERMINING BIOLOGICAL-PHYSICAL INTERACTIONS IN 
OCEANIC FOOD WEBS Aquatic Ecology Scale, Pattern and Process P S Ciller, A G Hildrew, and D C Raflaellf, 
editor;, Symp Br Ecot Sac No 34 p, 377-402 1994, FR 40(2) 

[Dep Fish & Oceans, Inst. Ocean So , P O Box 6000, Sidney, BC, Canada VL8 4B2| 

95-004143 Dommasnes, A, E Torstensen, K, E Jorstad and j Rotlingen {HERRING AND SPRAT 
INVESTIGATIONS IN FJORDS BY THE "MICHAEL SARS" 1-27 NOVEMBER 1993 | Fisken Havet No 11 lip 

1994 In Norwegian with English summ FR40(2) 
CTupea haiengus and Sprattus sprattus in Norway 

95-004144 Dubner, Barry Hart, PROBLEM ON THE UNITED STATES CONTINENTAL SHELF - MEASURING 
THE ENVIRONMENTAL "EFFECTIVENESS" OF THE OUTER CONTINENTAL SHELF ACT (OC5A) Wai fit-sour } 
34(3).519534 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Thomas M CooleyLaw School, Lansing, Ml| 

95-004145 Epperly, Sheryan P and Jon W Dodrill CATCH RATES OF SNOWY GROUPER, EPINLPHUUS 
NIVEA7US, ON THE DEEP REEFS OF ONSLOW BAY, SOUTHEASTERN USA fluff Mar Sci 56(2)450461 

1995 FR40(2) 

(NMFS, Soulheasl Fish Sci, Cent., Beaufort Lab, 101 Pivers Island Rd, Beaufort, NC 28516] Data for 16 
other species 

95-004146 Epstein, Paul R; Timothy E Ford, Charles Puccia and Cristma de A Possas MARINE ECOSYSTEM 
HEALTH IMPLICATIONS FOR PUBLIC HEALTH Disease in Evolution Global Changes and Emergence of 
Infectious Diseases Proceedings o! the Emerging Diseases Workshop, November 7-10, 1933, Woods Hale, 
Massachusetts Mary E Wilson, Richard Levins, and Andrew Spielmati, editors Ann N Y Acad Sci Vol. 740, 
p 13-23 1994 FR40(2) 

[Harvard Med School, Cambridge Hospital, 1493 Cambridge St., Cambridge, MA 02 1 39 lei. 61 7-498 1 032, 
fax 61 7498 1671, e-mail:pepslem@igcorg] 

95004147 Fabi, Gianna and Lons Fiorentmi COMPARISON BETWEEN AN ARTIFICIAL REEF AND A 
CONTROL SITE IN THE ADRIATIC SEA ANALYSIS OF FOUR YEARS OF MONITORING Proceeding* ol (to? 
Filth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA 
William I Richards, editor Bui! Mar Sci 55(2-3)538-558. 1994, FR 40(2) 

[1st Ric Pesca Manttima (i RPeM.), Consiglio Naz Ric (C N R )Molo Mandracchio, 60100 Ancona, Italy) 
Daia for 57 species 

95004148 Foresr,A and A Souplet [THE 1993 STATUS OF MARINE STOCKS OF THE NORTHEASTERN 
ATLANTIC ]qumoxe No 49. p 3440 1994 In French, FR 40(2) 

95-004149 Foster, Karen L, Frank W Sleimle, William C Muir, Roy K. Kropp and Barbara E Conlin 
MITIGATION POTENTIAL OF HABITAT REPLACEMENT CONCRETE ARTIFICIAL REEF IN DELAWARE BAY - 
PRELIMINARY RESULTS Proceedings ot the Filth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3 7 
November 1901 Long Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar. Sci 55(2-3)'783-795 1<J'J4. 
FR 40(2) 

(Battelle Ocean Sci, 397 Washington St, Duxbury, MA 02332] Centropnstis striata, Jautoga onitis, 
Tautogolabrus adspersus, Stenotomus chrysops, and Chaetodtpletus laber 

95 004150 Fouda, M M and M AI-Muharrami AN INITIAL ASSESSMENT OF MANGROVE RESOURCES 
AND HUMAN ACTIVITIES AT MAHOUT ISLAND, ARABIAN SEA, OMAN Asia Pacific Symposium on Mangrove- 
Ecosystems Proceedings of the International Conference Held at The Hong Kong University of Science & 
Technology, September 1-3, 1993 Yuk-Shan WongandNora F Y Tarn, editors Hydrobiologia 295(1-3) 353-362 
1995 FR40(2) 

|Sultan Qaboos Univ, Coll Agnc, P.O Box 34, Al Khod 123, Muscat, Oman] Aphamus dispar, Ambasbis 
natatenic, Terapon jsrbua, Genes oyena, and data for 1 5 other species 

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95 004151 Frank, Kenneth T, Kennelh F Drmkwater and Fredrick H Page POSSIBLE CAUSES OF RECENT 
TRENDSANO FLUCTUATIONS IN SCOTIAN SHELF/CULFOFMAINE CODSTOCKS Cot/ and Climate Change 
Proceedings ot a Symposium Held in Reytyavik, 23-27 August 1993 lakob jakohssoii, editor Int Counc Lvphr 
ieaMar So Symp Vol 198 p 1) 0-1 20. 1994 FR 40(2) 

(Mar Fish Div, Dep Fish & Oceans, Bedford Insl Oceanogr,PO Box 1006, Dartmouth, NS, Canada B2Y 
4A2] Gat/us morhua 

95 004152 Friberg, Nikolai; Brian Kronvang, Lars M Svendsen, Hans Ole Hansen and Mogens B Nielsen 
RESTORATION OF A CHANNELIZED REACH OF THE RIVER CELSA, DENMARK EFFECTS ON THE 
MACRO IN VERTEBRATE COMMUNITY Aquat Conserv Mar Freshwater Ecosyst 4(4)289296 1994 FR40J2) 
Environ Res lnsl,Dep Freshwater Ecol , 25 Vejlsovej, P O Box 314, DK-8600 Silkeborg, Denmark] 



95-004153 Fnedlander, Alan, James Beets and William Tobias EFFECTS OF FISH AGGREGATING DEVICE 
DESIGN AND LOCATION ON FISHING SUCCESS IN THE U S VIRGIN ISLANDS Proceedings of (he Fifth 
International Conference on Aquatic Habilal Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA 
William! Richards, editor Bull Mar So 55(2-3) 592-601. 199-1 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Zool &Coop Fish Res Unit, Umv Hawaii, 2538 The Mall, Honolulu 96822] Sphyraena barracuda, 
Scomberomorus cdvalla, Cotyphaena hippums, Jhunnus atlanticvs, and data for seven other species 

95-004154 Garrod, D, J. and A Schumacher NORTH ATLANTIC COD THE BROAD CANVAS Cod and 
Climate Change Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Reykjavik, 23-27 August ! 993 lakob jakobsson, editor Int 
Counc Explor Sea Mar $ci Symp, Vol 198 p 59-76 1994. FR 40(2} 

[Minis! Agnc, Fish & Food, Directorate Fish Res., Fish Lab,, Pakefield Rd, Lowestoft, NR33 OHT Suffolk, 
England] Cadus morhua 

95-004155 Gjosaeter, Harald |CAPELIN STOCK IN THE BARENTS SEA DURING THE WINTER OF 1994 1 
Fisken Havel No 2 10p 1994 In Norwegian with English summ FR 40(2) 

[Havforskningsmst , Nordncsparken 2, Poslboks 870 Nordnes, 5024 Bergen, Norway) Jrtsoptenis rnmutus 

95-004156 Gomez-Buckley, Maria C and Ricardo J Haroun ARTIFICIAL REEFS IN THE SPANISH COASTAL 
ZONE. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 199 I, 
Long Beach, California, USA Williaml Richards, editor Bull Mar So 55(2-3)1021-1028. 1994 FR 40(2) 
[School Fish WH-10, 121-AFish Cent, Univ. Wash, Seattle 98195] 

95-004157 Gordon, William R , ]r. A ROLE FOR COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING, GEOGRAPHICAL 
INFORMATION SYSTEM (CIS) TECHNOLOGIES AND PROGRAM EVALUATION IN AQUATIC HABITAT 
DEVELOPMENT Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 
November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA Williaml Richards, editor Bull Mar So 55(23)-995-l013 1994, 
FR40(2} 

(Dep Mar Affairs, 304 Washburn Hall, Umv R.I , Kingston 02881 ] 

95 0041 58 Grassle, ), Frederick and Judith P Grassle. NOTES PROM THE ABYSS 1 THE EFFECTS OF A PATCHY 
SUPPLY OF ORGANIC MATERIAL AND LARVAE ON SOFT-SEDIMENT BENTHIC COMMUNITIES Aquatic 
Ecology. Scale, Pattern and Process P 5 CIII&r.A G Hildrew, and D C Raftaelii, editors Symp Br Br Ecol Soc 
No, 34 p. 499-515 1994. FR 40(2} 

[Inst Mar, & Coastal Sci, Box 231, Rutgers Umv, New Brunswick, NJ 08903] 

95-0041 59 Grove, Robert S ; Makoto Nakamura, Hiroshi Kakimoto and Choule ) Sonu. AQUATIC HABITAT 
TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION IN JAPAN Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat 
Enhancement, 3-7 November 7991, Long /teach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bull. Mar Sci 
55{2-3),276-294. 1994 FR 40(2) 

[South Calif Edison Co , P O. Box 800, Rosemead 91 770] 

95-004160 Hayward, Thomas L, Arnold W Mantyla; Ronald ] Lynn, Paul E Smith and Teresa K Cliereskm 
THE STATE OF THE CALIFORNIA CURRENT IN 1993-1994. Calif Coop Oceanic Fish Invest Rep Vol 35 
p, 19-35. 1994 In English with Spanish summ FR 40(2) 

[Mar Life Res Group, Scripps Insl Oceanogr, Umv Calif.-San Dcego, La folia 92093) 

95-004161 Hersart de La Villemarque, Jacqueline. FRENCH COD FISHERIES FROM THE SIXTEENTH TO THE 
MIDDLE OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY Cod and Climate Change Proceedings ol a Symposium Held in 
Reykjavik, 23-27 August 1993 Jakob lakobsson, editor Int Counc Cxplor Sea Mar 5a Symp Vol 198 p 56-58 
1994. FR 40(2) 

(IFREMER, BP 1049, 44037 Nantes Cedex, France] Cadus morhua in the North Atlantic Ocean 

95-004162 Higashi, Glenn R. TEN YEARS OF FISH AGGREGATING DEVICE (FAD) DESIGN DEVELOPMENT 
IN HAWAII. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 
1991 ions Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3) 651-666. 1994, FR 40(2) 

[Dep Land & Nat. Resour, Div. Aquat Resour, 1151 Punchbowl St, Honolulu, HI 96813] Data for M 
species, 

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95 004163 Hockey, Philip A R and George M Branch CONSERVING MARINE BIODIVERSITY ON Th 
AFRICAN COAST IMPLICATIONS OF A TERRESTRIAL PERSPECTIVE Aquat Conserv Mar Freshwater ft< - - 
4(4)345-362 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Percy FitzPatrick Inst African Ornilliol , Univ Cape Town, Rondebosch 7700, South Atrica] 

95 0041 64 Holbrook, Sally ) , Michael J Kingsford, Russell J Schmilt and John S Stephens, Jr SPATIAL AVj 
TEMPORAt PATTERNS IN ASSEMBLAGES OF TEMPERATE REEF FISH Contribution ofLongTerm Eo,W 
Research to Current Issues in the Conservation o! Biological Diversity Papers from the Symposium Prcs'.nhri . 
the Annual Meeting of the American Society ol Zoologists, 26-30 December 1992, at Vancouver, British C(J!\J<T f 4. 
Canada Donald B Miles, editor Am Zoo/ 34(3)'463-475 1994, FR 40(2) 
(Dep Biol Su.Univ Calif, Santa Barbara 93106] 

95 0041 65 Honda, Satoshi [ACOUSTIC SURVEY OF PACIFIC SAURY | Symposium The Present SUK* _> 
Prospects of Acoustical Survey Methods of Fisheries Resources Ko Matuda, editor Nippon Suisan C-**'*.- 
60(6)809810 1994 In Japanese FR 40(2} 

[Hokkaido Nail Fish Res Inst , Kushiro 085, Japan] Cololabts saira in Japan 

95 0041 66 Hulsman, Steven AN EVALUATION OF THE ACCURACY OF THC VOLUNTARY BOTTOM US' t 
LOGBOOK PROGRAM FOR THE PUGET SOUND CHARTER FISHERY, 198687 MS thesis, Untv Wash i'Jy.> 
FR4Q(2} 

95004167 Hutchings,L andA ) Boyd ENVIRONMENTAL INFLUENCES ON THE PURSC SEINE FISHERY r-. 
SOUTH AFRICA Insi Font Pesq Ser Invest. Pesq Vol 37 p 2343 1992 FR40(2) 

trtgraufis capensts, Sardrnops sagax, Ctrumeus whiteheadii, Trachurus capensis, Mauroticus muellert, an 
Lampanyctodes hectons 

95-004168 Ingles, J. and R Lao FISHERY RESOURCES ASSOCIATED WITH BAMBOO STAKES IN BATAS 
BAY, AKLAN PHILIPPINES Proceedings of the Fifth international Conference on Aquatic Habitat EnhancmtrL 
3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, Caftomia, USA William f Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3) 1338 1t34 
Abstract onty FR 40(2) 

|lnst Mar Fish & Occnnol, Coll Fish,, U P Visayas, Miagao, lloilo 5023, Philippines] 

95-004169 International Council for Hie Exploration of the Sea REPORT OF THE ICES ADVISORY 
COMMITTEE ON THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT, 19M./nt Count Explor Sea Coop Res Rep No 204 12I>p 
1994 FR4QI2) 

[ICES, Palaegade 2-4, DK-1261 Copenhagen K, Denmark] 

95-004170 Izejgyn, L V. and L. A Dushklna BIOTESTING OF THE EFFECTS OF ARTIFICIAL REEFS IN THE 
AZOV SEA ECOSYSTEM, Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3 ? 
November 199J, Long Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3) 1338 1994 
Abstract onty FR 40(2) 

(Azov Inst Fish., Beredjansk, Russia] Neagobius melanaslormis in Russia 

95004171 Jacobson, Larry D, Eddy S Korno and Juan P Pertierra STATUS OF PACIFIC MACKEREL AND 
TRENDS IN BIOMASS, 1978-1993 Ca/rt Coop Oceanic Fish Invest Rep Vol 35, p 36-39 1994 In English will- 
Spanish summ FR40(2) 

[Southwest Fish. Sci Cent , NMFS, NOAA, P.O Box 271, La Jolla, CA 92038] Scomber /apomcus 

95-0041 72 Jakobsson, Jakob, editor COD AND CLIMATE CHANGE PROCECDINCS OF A SYMPOSIUM 
HELDINREYKJAVIK,2327AUGUST1993./ni Counc Explor. Sea Mar Sci Symp Vol 198 693p 1994 FR40<2 
[Mar Res Insi, Skulagata4,PO. Box U90, 121 Reykjavik, Iceland) Selected papers indexed in this issue 01 
fisheries Review. Gadusmorhua in the North Atlantic Ocean, 

95 0041 73 Jara S , Fernando. [SPECIES AND SIZE COMPOSITION OF THE ICHTHYOFAUNA STRANDEC 

AT DICHATO(3632'S;73 D 57'WJ,CONCEPCION J CHILE \lnst torn Pesq Ser Invest Peso Vol 37p 127-13? 
1992. In Spanish with English summ FR 40(2) 

Cenypterus chilsnsis, C maculatus, and data for 15 other species. 

95004174 Jara, Fernando and Renalo Cespedcs AN EXPERIMENTAL EVALUATION OF HABiTAI 
ENHANCEMENT ON HOMOGENEOUS MARINE BOTTOMS IN SOUTHERN CHILE Proceedings ol the Fntf- 
International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November J99J, Long Beach, California, USA 
William i Richards, editor Bull Mar. Sci 55(2-3)'295-3Q7. 1994, FR40{2) 

[Fac. Pesq & Oceanogr., Urav Austral Chile, Casilla 1327, Puerto Monti, Chile] TV/pterygio/i Cunningham' 
Sebastes capensis, Pmguipes chilensis, Ceityptertis, and Elegmops maclovinus. 

95-004175 Jean, Frederic and Gerard Thouzeau. [ESTIMATE OF STATE VARIABLES OF A TROPHIC WEE 
MODEL IN THE BAY OF BREST,] C R Acad Sci Ser III Sa Vie 318(1)145-154 1995 In French and English 
FR 40(2) 

[LIRA 1513 CNRS,UFR Sci & Tech, 6, av Le Gorgeu, BP 809, 29285 Brest Cedex, France| 
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-004176 lentofl.SveinandKmitH Mikalsen REGULATING FJORD FISHERIES FOLK MANAGEMENT OR 
TEREST CROUP POLITICS' In Folk Management in the World's fisheries Lessons lor Modern Fisheries 
anagernent C/ir/sIopher L Dyer and lames R McGoodwin, editors p 287-316 1994 FR 40(2) 
[Inst Soc Sci, Univ Tromso, Tromso, Norway] 

.-004177 Jonsson, |on, FISHERIES OFF ICELAND, 1600-1900 Cod and Climate Change Proceedings of a 
mposiuni Held in Reykjavik, 23-27, August 1993 Jakob jakobsson, editor Int Counc Exp/or 5ea Mnr Sci Sytnp 
Jl. 198,p 3-16 1994 FR40{2) 
|Mar. Res Inst , Skulagata 4, P Box 1390, 121 Reykjavik, Iceland) 

i-004178 Kanenaka, Brian K HAWAII'S ARTIFICIAL REEF PROGRAM' PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE 
oceedings of the fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3 7 November J99J, long 
?acn, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar So 55(2-3)1339 1904 Abstract only FR 40(2} 
[Div.Aquat. Resour., Dep Land & Nat Resour,1151 Punchbowl Si, Honolulu, HI 96313] 

5-004179 Karp, William A and Gary E Wallers SURVEY ASSESSMENT OF SEMI-PfcLAGIC GADOIDS: THE 
CAMPLE OF WALLEYE POLLOCK, THERACRA CHALCOCRAMMA, IN THE EASTERN BERING SEA Mar Fish 
ev 56(1):8-22 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Alaska Fish Sci Cent , NMFS, NOAA, 7600 Sand Point Way N E , Seattle, WA 981 13] 

5-0041 80 Kim, Chang Gil; Jeong Woo Lee and Joo Suck Park ARTIFICIAL REEF DESIGNS TOR KOREAN 
OASTAl WATERS, Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 
'ovember T99f, Long Bead), California, USA William } Richards,, editor. Bull MAI Sci 55(2-3} 858-866, 1994 
R 40(2) 

[Concrete Lab, Dep, Civil Eng, Dohoku Univ, Azaaoba Aramaki, Aobaku Sendai 980, Japan! Scbasles 
"hlegeli, Nibea argentata, Veraspcr mosen, Niphon spinosirs, Lateolabrax japonicus, and data for five other 
pecies, 

5 0041 01 Knijn, Ruud J.; Trevor W. Boon; Henk ]. L Heessen and John R. G Hislop. ATLAS OF NORTH SEA 
ISHES BASCDONBOTTOM-TRAWLSURVEYDATAFORTHEYEAR$1985-1987Jnt Counc fxpfer SeaCoop 
!es Rep, No, 194. 268p, 1993. FR 40(2) 

(Netherlands Inst Fish, Res , Harmgkade 1, P O. Box 68, 1 970 AB IJmuiden, Netherlands] Data for 93 species. 

15-004182 Knox.GeorgeATHEBIOLOGYOFTHESOUTHERNOCEAN Cambridge Univ Press444p 1994. 
Available at $1 30 00 (cloth) from Cambridge Univ Press, 40 W. 20th St , Hew York, NY 1001 1-421 1- FR 40(2) 
(Zool. Dep , Univ Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand] 

)5-0041 83 Kolpack, Ronald L , Richard A. Slater, Donn S Gorsline and David F. Drake. PHYSICAL PROCESSES 
THAT AFFLCT THE SITING OF ARTIFICIAL HABITATS FOR FISH OFF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA P/oceedngs 
?f ths Fifth International Conference on Aquatic HabitatEnhattcement, 3-7 November T99I, LongBeac/i,Ca//ibrwa, 
JSA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar. So. 55(2-3)-1 340-1 341. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 
|Mar. Processes Res , 2030 Thomas PI , West Covma, CA 91 792] 

35-004184 Komatsu, Teruhisa; Ichiro Aoki; Isamu Mltani anct Takeo Ishn. PREDICTION OF THE PATH TYPE 
^ND OFFSHORE DISTANCE OF THE KUROSHIO CURRENT USING NEURAL NETWORK fish Sci 
&Q(3):253-260 1994. FR 40(2) 

|Ocean Res Inst , Univ Tokyo, Minamtdai, Nakano, Tokyo 1 64, Japan] Sardmops melanoslictus, Engraulis 
iapontcus, and Etrumeus teres in the northwestern Pacific Ocean 

9S 0041 85 Knstmannsson, Stefan S. PHYSICAL VARIABILITY ON THE COD SPAWNING GROUNDS OFF 
SOUTHWEST ICELAND, 1 990-1 992 (ABSTRACT) Corf and Climate Change Proceec/;/igs of a Symposium Held 
inReykjavik, 23-2? Au(jiis( 1993 lakob lakobsson, editor Int. Counc Explor. Sea Mar. Sci Symp Vol 198 p,332 
1994. CR 40(2) 

(ICEIDA, P.O Box 1426, Swakopmund, Namibia] Garfus mothtia 

95-004186 Lapshm, Oleg M COMPLEX ARTIFICIAL REEFS (CAR). Proceedings of the Fifth InlernaUonaf 
Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, Ca/ilomia, USA William I 
Richards, editor, Bull Mar. Sci 55(2-3):1343. 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 

(All-Union Res Inst Mar. Fish & Oceanogr, 17 V Krasnoselskaya, Moscow 107140, Russia] 

95 0041 87 Lee, Sam Silk and Soon Kll Yi THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ARTIFICIAL RCEFS IN INCREASING THE 
PRODUCTIVITY OF KOREAN COASTAL WATERS Proceedings ol the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic 
Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 199 1 Long Beach, California, USA Witltam /. Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 
55(2-3), 1341. 1994 Abslracl only FR40I2) 

[Dep. Oceanogr, Natl Fish Res & Dev. Agency, Kijangup, Yangsan Kim 626-900, Korea] 

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95-0041 88 Lewis, Robin D.; Kenneth C. Wilson; Heidi A. Togstad and Debbie Aselline-Neilson. FISH 
AND ABUNDANCE AT PENDLETON ARTIFICIAL REEF: A CASE STUDY OF ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL REEFS 
Proceec/iVigs of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 199 1, ton, 
Beach, California, USA. William I. Richards, editor. Bull, Mar. Sci. 55(24):! 343-1 344. 1 994. Abstract only. FR 4Q[.2 
[Dep. Fish & Game, 330 Golden Shore #50, Long [teach, CA 90802] 

95-004189 Lin, Jiun-Chem and Wei-Cheng Su, EARLY PHASE OF FISH HABITATION AROUND A NEV 
ARTIFICIAL REEF OFF SOUTHWESTERN TAIWAN. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aquati 
Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November J991, Long Beach, California, USA. William I. Richards, editor. Bull. Mar. 5c 
55(2-3):! 112-1121. 1994.FR4Q(2) 

[Kaohsiung Branch, Fish, Res. Inst., 1-1 N. First Rd., CliienChen Fishing Port, Taiwan 806] Data far 15 specie 1 

95-004190 Louis, Max; Claude Bouchon and Yolande Bouchon-Nnvaro. SPATIAL AND TEMPORA 
VARIATIONS OF MANGROVE FISH ASSEMBLAGES IN MARTINIQUE (FRENCH WEST INDIES). Asra-PacM 
Symposium on Mangrove Ecosystems. Proceed/rigs of the International Conference Held at The Hong Kon 
University of Science & Jechnology, September 1-3, 1993. Yuk-Shan Wong and Nora F. V. Tarn, editor 
Hydrobiologia 295(1-3):275-284. 1995. FR 40(2} 

[Univ. Antilles & Guyane, Lab. Biol. Anim., BP 592, 97159 Pointe-a-Pitre cedex, Guadaloupe] Anchov, 
stirinamensis, Anchoa tyolepis, Diapteius rhombeus, Bairdiella ronchus, Holocentrus coruscus, Synochis fasten 
Rypticus randalli, and data for BO other species. 

95-004191 Maciiis-Zairnora, R.; A. L Vidaurri-Solelo and H. Sanlana-Hernandez. ANALYSIS OF TH 
TENDENCY OF CATCH PER UNIT EFFORT IN THE MEXICAN PACIFIC SAILFISH FISHERY. Gene Ms 
20(3):393-408. 1 994. In Spanish and English. FR 40(2) 

[Cent. Reg. Invest. Pesq., INP, Playa Ventanas s/n, Apdo. postal 591, Manzanillo, Calima 28200, Mcxic'i 
Istiophorus platyptenis. 

95-004192 Mnlmberg, Svencl-Aage and )ohan Blindhelm. CLIMATE, COD, AND CAPELIN IN NORTHER 
WATERS. Cod a/id Climate Change. Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Reykjavik, 23-27 August 1993. lake 
lakobsson, editor. Int. Counc. Exptor. Sea Mar. Sci. Symp. Vol. 1 90. p. 297-3 1 0. 1 994. FR 40(2) 

(Mar. Res. Insr., Skulagaia 4, P.O. Box 1390, 121 Reykjavik, Iceland] Cadus morlnia and Mallotus viflosus 
Iceland. 

95-0041 93 Markevich, Alexander I. ARTIFICIAL HABITATS IN PETER THE GREAT BAY, SEA OF JAPAN, USS! 
FISH COMMUNITIES AND PROSPECTS OF FISHERIES. Proceedings of (he Fifth International Conference i 
Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA. William I. Richards, editor. Bu 
Mar, Sci. 55(2-3}:1345. 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[Insl. Mar. Biol., Far East Branch, Russian Acad. Sci., Vladivostok 690032, Russia] Scbasies, Hexagrammt 
and data for 14 other species. 

95-004194 Malhews, C. P. FISHERIES MANAGEMENT: THE KUWAITI EXPERIENCE. Mar. Fish. Re 

56(1):23-30. 1994. FR 40(2) = 

[Norlhfreld House, Chcselbourne, Dorchesler, Dorsel DT2 7NT, England) Pampas argenteus, t.\ttjan 

coccineus, L malabarkus, Epinephelus tauvina, and E. suillis. ' r 

95-004195 Mauvais, Jean-Louis. (LIHORAL MANAGEMENT AND COMPATIBILITY OF ACTIVITIE 
HISTORY, CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT, MANAGEMENT TOOLS.I Equ/noxe No. 52, p. 4-14. 1994. In front 
FR40(2) 

[IFREMER, Brest, France] 

95-004196 McGoocIvvin, James R. "NOWADAYS, NOBODY HAS ANY RESPECT"; THE DEMISE OF FOI 

MANAGEMENT IN A RURAL MEXICAN FISHERY. In: Folk Management in the World's Fisheries: lessons / 

Modem Fisheries Management. Christopher L Dyer and fames R. McCoodwin, editors, p. 43-54. 1994. FR 40| 

[Dep. Anthropol, Univ. Cob., Boulder 80302] ^ 

95-004197 Monteiro, C. C.; M. Falcao and M. N. Santos. ARTIFICIAL REEFS OF THE SOUTH COAST C 
PORTUGAL. Proceedings of the Fifth international Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 Nwemh 
1991, Long Beach, California, USA. William I, Richards, editor. Bull. Mar. Sci. 55(2-31:1 346-1 347. 1994. Abstra 
only. FR 40(2) 

[Inst. Nac. Invest. Pescas, Cent. Reg. Invest, Pesqueira Algarve Av. 5 Outubro 8700 Othao, Portugal] 

95-004198 Moreno, Isabel; Isabel Roca; Olga Renones; Jose Coll and Margarita Salamanca. ARTIFICIAL RE 
PROGRAM IN BALEARIC WATERS (WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN). Proceedings of the Filth IrUcmatioi 
Conleience on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA. William 
Richards, editor. Bull. Mar. Sci. 55(2-3):667-671 . 1 994, FR 40(2) 

[Mar. Biol. Lab., Univ. Balearic Islands, 07071 Raima de Mallorca, Spain] Data for 33 species. 



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95 0041 99 Murphey, Stephen W and Kurds L Gregg NORTH CAROLINA ARTIFICIAL REEF PROGRAM 
Proceedings ot the Filth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 1931, Long 
Bunch, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Set 55(2-3) 1347 1994 Abstract only FR40(2) 
[Div Mar Fish, Moreliead Crly. NC 28557) 

95 004200 Myers, A A BIOCEOGRAPHIC PATTERNS IN SHALLOW-WATER MARINE SYSTEMS AND THE 
CONTROLLING PROCESSES AT DIFFERENT SCALES Aquatic Ecology Scale, Pattern and Process P 5 Ciller, A 
C. Hildrcw, and D C Rallaelii, editors Symp Br Ecol Soc No, 34 p, 547-574, 1994 FR 40(2) 
(Dep Zool , University Coll , Lee Mailings, Prospect Row, Cork, Ireland] 

95 004201 Nakken, Odd CAUSES OF TRENDS AND FLUCTUATIONS IN THE ARCTO-NORWEGIAN COD 
STOCK. Cod and Climate Change Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Rey/e/av;t, 23-27 August 1993 Jakob 
jakobsson, editor Int Counc ftp/or Sea Mar So Symp Vol 198 p 212-228 1994 FR 40(2) 

(insl Mar Res , Dep Mar Resour , P O Box 1 870, N-5024 Bergen, Norway! Gadus mornua in (he Barenls 
Sea. 

95-004202 Norton, Jerrold G and Stephen ] Crooke OCCASIONAL AVAILABILITY OF DOLPHIN, 
CORYPHAENA HIPPURUS, TO SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COMMERCIAL PASSENGER FISHING VESSEL 
ANGLERS. OBSERVATIONS AND HYPOTHESES, Call! Coop Oceanic Fish Invest Rep Vol J5 p. 230219 
1994 In English with Spanish summ FR 40(2) 

[Pac, Fish Environ Group, Southwest Fish Sci Cent,PO Box 831, Monterey, CA 93942] 

95 004203 O'Brien, John W and John S Sunada A REV1CW OF THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 
EXPERIMENTAL DRIFT LONGLINE FISHERY FOR SHARKS, 1988-1991 Calif Coop Oceanic Fish InwsL Rep 
Vol 35 p. 222-229. 1994 In English with Spanish summ FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Fish & Game, 330 Golden Shore Dr , Suite 50, Long Beach, CA 90002 ] Isurus oxyrmcbus and Ptionacp 
g/auca, 

95-004204 Oiestad, Victor HISTORIC CHANCES IN COD STOCKS AND COD FISHERIES: NORTHEAST 
ARCTIC COD. Cod and Climate Change Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Reykjavik, 23-27 August 1993, 
fakob lakobsson, editor Int Counc Explor Sea Mar Sci Symp VoL 1 98. p. 1 7-30 1 994 FR 40(2) 

[Norwegian Coll. Fish. Sci , Univ Trornso, N-9037 Tromso, Norway] Mallotus vtllosus and Gac/us morhua in 
Norway 

95-004205 Omar, Raja M Noordm Raja, Cheah Eng Kean, Sukarno Wagiman, Abdul Matalib Mat Hassan, 
Mobarak Hussein; Raja Biciin Raja Hassan and Che Omar Mat Hussm DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF 
ARTIFICIAL REEFS IN MALAYSIA Proceedings of the fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habjiat 
Enhancement, 3-7 November J991, Long Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bull War Sci 
55(2-3).1050-1061 1994 FR40(2) 

|Mar. Fish Resour Res, Cent, Dep Fish Malaysia, Taman Penkanan Chendermg, 21080 Kuala Torongganu, 
Malaysia] Data for 51 species 

95-004206 Osburn, Hal R TEXAS ARTIFICIAL REEF PLAN, Proceedings of the fifth /niernadona/ Conference 
on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor 
Bull. Mar Sci 55(2-3).1349 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 

[Parks & Wildl Dop , Coastal Fish. Branch, 4200 Smith School Rd , Austin, TX 7B774[ 

95-004207 Pacific Fishery Management Council DATA SYNOPSIS. OCEAN SALMON FISHERIES OFF 
WASHINGTON, OREGON AND CALIFORNIA Pac f/sh Manage Council Rep ISp.Feb. 1995 FR 40(2) 
|2130 S.W Fifth Ave, Suite 224, Portland, OR 97201] Oncorhyncfius kisutch, O (shawytscfta, and O 



95 004208 Patton, M L , C F Valle and R S Grove. EFFECTS OF BOTTOM RELIEF AND FISH GRAZING ON 
THE DENSITY OF THE GIANT KELP, MACROCYSTIS. Proceedings ot (he Fifth International Conference on Aquatic 
Habitat Enhancement, 3 7 November 199 1, Long Beach, California, USA William I. Richards, editor Bull Mar Su 
55{2-3):631-G44. 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Ogden Environ, 5510 Morehouse Dr, San Diego, CA 92121-1709] Medialuna californicnsis, Girella 
nigricam, Hypsypops nibicundus, and Semicossypbus pu/clter In California 

95-004209 Perrotta, Ricardo G and Juan Pablo Perlierra. [POPULATION DYNAMICS OF MACKEREL 
(SCOMBER IAPONICUS) OF MAR DEL PLATA (ARGENTINE REPUBLIC) FISHERIES ] INIDCP ffnst Nac JnvesI 
& Desarrollo Pesq ) Doc Gem 2:31-44 1993. In Spanish with English summ FR 40(2) 

[Inbl. Nac Invest, Desarrotlo Pesquero, Fac Cs, Exactas & Nat (UNDMdP), cc 175, (7600) Mar del Plata, 
Argentina] 

95-004210 Pollard, D. A A COMPARISON OF HSH ASSEMBLAGES AND FISHERIES IN INTERMITTENTLY 
OPEN AND PERMANENTLY OPEN COAS1AL LAGOONS ON THE SOUTH COASTOF NEW SOUTH WALES, 
SOUTH-EASTERN AUSTRALIA Estuaries 17(3}'631-646. 1994. FR 40(2) 
[Fibh. Res. Insl., P.O Box 21, Cronulla, N S W 2230, Australia] 

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95004211 Pondella, Daniel ] II and John S Stephens, Jr FACTORS AFFECTING THE ABUNDANCE OF 
JUVENILE FISH SPECIES ON A TEMPERATE ARTIFICIAL REEF Proceeding* of the Filth International Conference 
on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA Williain I Richards, 

Bull Mar So 55(2-3) 1216-1221 1994 FR 40(2} 

jVijntuna Res Croup, Occidental Coll, Los Angeles, CA 90041] Chromis puncttpinnis, Cirella 
Heterostichus rostralus, Para/afarax c/arnralus, Hypsypops rubicundus, and dala for 29 oilier species in California 

95004212 Potts, Thomas Andrewand Alan Wilson Hulbert STRUCTURAL INFLUENCESOFAKTIFICIALANO 
NATURAL HABITATS ON FISH AGGREGATIONS IN ONSLOW BAY, NORTH CAROLINA Proceedings of the 
Fifth International Conference on Aquatic / labttat Enhancement, 3 7 November 1 991, Long Beach, California, USA. 
William! Richards, editor Bull Mar Sa 55(2-3} 609-622 1994 FR 40(2) 

(NOAA/Natl Undersea Res. Cent, Umv N C -Wilmington, Fla Keys Res Program, 514 Caribbean Dr, Key 
Largo, FL 33037] Data for 54 species. 

95004213 Raj, P ] Sanjeeva ARTISANAL FISHING THROUGH APPROPRIATE REEF TECHNOLOGY IN 
INDIA Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3 7 November 1991, 
Long Beach, California, USA William I. Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3) 1350 1994 Abstract only. FR4QI21 

[Cent Res New Int Econ Order, No, 1 First St, Haddows Rd, Madras 600 006, India] 

95004214 Render, Jeffrey H. and Charles A Wilson. HOOK-AND-LINE MORTALITY OF CAUGHT AND 
RELEASED RED SNAPPER AROUND OIL AND CAS PLATFORM STRUCTURAL HABITAT Proceedings of (he 
Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA 
William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3) 1106-1111 J994 FR 40(2} 

[La State Univ, Coastal Fish. Ins!, Cent Coastal, Energy & Environ Resour, Baton Rouge 70B03-7503] 
Lutfanus campechanus in Louisiana 

95-004215 Rice, A L and P J D Lambshead PATCH DYNAMICS IN THE DEEP-SEA BENTHOS- THE ROLt 
OF A HETEROGENEOUS SUPPLY OF ORGANIC MATTER Aquatic Ecology, Scale, Pattern and Process P S 
Ciller, A G Hildrew, and D C Raftaelli, editors Symp Br Ecol Soc No, 34 p 469-497 1994 FR 40(2) 
[Inst Oceanogr. Sci , Deacon Lab., Wormley, Godalnimg, Surrey GU8 SUB, England] 

95004216 Rosas, F C W,; M C Pmedo, M Marmontel and M Haimovici SEASONAL MOVEMENTS OF 
THE SOUTH AMERICAN SEA LION (OTAR1A FLAVESCENS SHAW} OFF THE RIO GRANDE DO SUL COAST, 
BRAZIL Mammalia 58(1)-51-59 1994 In English with French siimm FR 40(2) 

|lnst Nac Pesq. Amazonia, Lab Mamiferos Aquat., C P 47B, 69011-970 Manaus, AM, Brazil] 

95004217 Ruddle, Kenneth LOCAL KNOWLEDGE IN THE FOLK MANAGEMENT OF FISHERIES AND 
COASTALMARINE ENVIRONMENTS In Folk Management in the World's Fisheries Lessons for Modern Fisheries 
Management Christopher L Dyer and lames R McGoodwin, editors p, 161-206 1994 FR 40(2) 

95 004218 Schneider, David C SCALE-DEPENDENT PATTERNS AND SPECIES INTERACTIONS IN MARINE 
NEKTON Aquatic Ecology Scale, Pattern and Process P S Oiler, A G Hildrew, and D G Raffaelli, editors Symp 
Br Ecol Soc No 34 p 441-467, 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Ocean So Cent , Memorial Univ. Newfoundland, St John's, NF, Canada A1 B 3X7) 

95 00421 9 Seaman, William, Jr ; Thomas K Frazer and William J Lmdbcrg. VARIATION OF REEF DISPERSION 
AND FISHERY ASSEMBLAGES, Proceedings of' the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat 
Enhancement, 37 November 1991 Long Beach, Calitornia, USA William I Richards, editor Bui! Mar Set 
55(2-3)1351-1352 1994 Abstract only FR40(2} 

[SeaGrantColl Program, Dep Fish & Aquacult, Bldg 803, Rm 4, Umv. Fla, Gainesville 3261 1 ] Mae/nuton, 
Senofa, Centropnstis slr/ata, and Myctemperca microfepis in Florida 

95-004220 Serchuk, Frednc M; Marvin D Grosslem; R Gregory Lough, David C Mountain and Lorella 
O'Brien. FISHERY AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AFFECTING TRENDS AND FLUCTUATIONS IN THE 
GEORCES BANK AND GULF OF MAINE ATLANTIC COD STOCKS AN OVERVIEW Cod and Climate Change 
Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Reykiavik, 23-27 August 1993 lakob frkobsson, editor Int Counc Explor 
Sea Mar Sci Symp Vol. 198 p. 77-109. 1 994 FR 40(2) 

[NOAA, NMFS, Northeast Fish Sci Cent , Woods Hole, MA 02543] Gsdus morhua. 

95-004221 Shepherd, Gary R. and MarkTerceiro THE SUMMER FLOUNDER, SCUP, AND BLACK SA BASS 
FISHERY OF THE MIDDLE ATLANTIC BIGHT AND SOUTHERN NEW CNGLAND WATERS NOAA 
Oceanic Atmos Admin) Tech Rep NMFSfNatl Mar. Fish Serv/No. 122 13p. 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Woods Hole Lab , N E Fish Sci Cent , NMFS, Woods Hole, MA 02543] Paraltchthys dentatin, Stenotomus 
chrysops, and 



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95-004222 Sherman, Kenneth COASTAL ECOSYSTEM HEALTH A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE Disease in 
Evolution Global Changes and Emergence ol Infectious Diseases Proceedings oi (he Emerging PistiMes Workshop, 
November 7 10, 1993, Woods Hole, Massachusetts Mary Wilson, RfC/iard Levins, and anrl Andrew Spidnian, 
editors Ann N V Acad Sci Vol 740 p 24-43 1994 FR 40(J) 

INOAA, NMFS, Northeast Fish Sci Cent , 28 Tarzwell Dr, Narragansett, Rl 02882-1 199 tcl -101-782-3210, 
fax 401-702-3201 1 

95-004223 Sogard, Susan M and Kenneth W Able DIEL VARIATION IN IMMIGRATION OF FISHES AND 
DECAPOD CRUSTACEANS TO ARTIFICIAL SEAGRASS HABITAT Estuaries 17(3) 6226.10 1994 FR 40(2) 
[HatfieldMar. Sci Cent,Oreg Stale Univ, Newport 97365] 

95-004224 Song, Yann-Huei THE EC'S COMMON FISHERIES POLICY IN THE 1990s Oce.m Dcv Int Law 
26(1)31 55 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Insl. European & Am Studies, Acad Sinica, Nankang, Taipei, Taiwan 1 1 5] 

95-004225 Speer, Lisa UNITED NATIONS MUST STRENGTHEN PROTECTION OF STRADDLING AND 
HIGHLY MIGRATORY FISH Fisheries (Bethesda) 19(12)'20-21 1<J94, FR 40(2} 

95-004226 SproulJohnT and Lewis E Queiralo TRADE AND MANAGEMENT EXCLUSIVE ECONOMIC 
ZONES AND THE CHANGING IAPANESESURIMI MARKET Mar Fish Rev 56(1)31-39 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Fish Econ &Dev,Umv Bnlish Columbia, Fish Cent, 2204 Mam Mall, Vancouver, EC, Cmadn V61 124] 
Thersgra chalcogramma 

95-004227 Stanley, David R, Charles A Wilson and Curtis Cam HYDROACOUSTIC ASSESSMENT OF 
ABUNDANCE AND BEHAVIOR OF FISHES ASSOCIATED WITH AN OIL AND GAS PLATFORM OFF THE 
LOUISIANA COAST. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 
November 1991, Long Beach, CaWbrnra, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3) 1353. 1994 
Abstract only FR 40(2) 

(Coastal Fish. ln<,l , Cent, Wetland Resour,, La State Univ,, Baton Rouge 70803] 

95 00422B Stempniewicz, Lech MARINE BIRDS DROWNING IN FISHING NETS IN THE GULFOF GDANSK 
(SOUTHERN BALTIC), NUMBERS, SPECIES COMPOSITION, AGE AND SEX STRUCTURE O/n/s Svecrca 
4(2-3):123-132 1994 In English with Swedish siimm. FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Vertebr Ecol & Zool., Univ Gdansk, Legionow 9, 80441 Gdansk, Poland] 

95-004229 Stephens, Jolin S., Jr., P A. Morris; D. J. Pondella; T. A Koonce and G A Jordan OVERVIEW Or 
THE DYNAMICS OF AN URBAN ARTIFICIAL REEF FISH ASSEMBLAGE ATKING HARBOR, CALIFORNIA, USA, 
1974-1 991 : A RECRUITMENT DRIVEN SYSTEM, Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic 
Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 
5S(2-3)'1224-1239 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Vantima Res> Group, Occidental Coll, Los Angeles, CA 90041] Paralabrax clathratus, P macu/alofasciatus, 
P. nobufitcr, and data for 1 1 7 other species. 

95-004230 Stoffle, Brent W , David B. Halmo, Ricliard W. Sloffle and C Gaye Burpee FOLK MANAGEMENT 
AND CONSERVATION ETHICS AMONG SMALL-SCALF FISHERS OF BUEN HOMBRE, DOMINICAN 
REPUBLIC. In. Folk Management in th& World's Fisheries lessons for Modern Fisheries Managemenl Christopher 
I Dyer and fames R McGoodw/n, editors p 115-138 1994 FR 40(2) 

95 00423 1 Sullivan, Patrick J , Robert ]. Trumble and Sara A. Adlerslein PACIFIC HALIBUT BYCATCH IN THE 
GROUNDFISH FISHERIES' EFFECTS ON AND MANAGEMENT IMPLICATIONS FOR THE HALIBUT FISHERY. 
Int Par Halibut Comm Sci Rep No. 78 28p 1994. FR 40(2) 

Gadus macroccpba/us and Hippoglossus stenolepis in the northeastern Pacific Ocean 

95004232 Sundell, Janne DYNAMICS AND COMPOSITION OF LITTORAL FISH FAUNA ALONG THE 
COAST Or SW-FINLAND, Aqua Fenn 24(1 ) 37-49. 1994. In English with Finnish summ FR 40(2) 

[Dep Zool, Div. Ecol, P,O Box 17, Fm-00014 Univ. Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland! 5prallos spratlus, Qupea 
harengus membras, Pomaloschistus rnicrops, P minutus, Gasicrosleus acuteatus, Perca fluviatilis, and data for 20 
other species 

95-004233 Surtida, M B., editor AQD CONDUCTS SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH. SEArDEC Asian 
Aquacutt 16(1)1-4.1994 FR 40(2) 

[SEAFDEC/AQD, PO Box 256, 5000 Hollo City, Philippines) 



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*)5 004234 Taggarl, C TJ Anderson, C Bishop, E Colbourne, ] Mulchings, G Lilly,) Morgan E " 
R Myers, G Rose and P Shellon OVERVIEW OF COD STOCKS, BIOLOGY, AND ENVIRONME'.T r, - 
NORTHWEST ATLANTIC REGION OF NEWFOUNDLAND, WITH EMPHASIS ON NORTHERN COO < < 
Climate Change Proceedings ol a S^iitposium Held in Reykfavii., 23-27 August 1993 lakoh Mobssp" < 
Counc fxpfor 5ea Mai Set Symp Vol 198 p 140-157 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Sci Branch, Canada Dej) Fish & Oceans, Norlliwcst All Fish Cent,PO Box 5667, Si John's NF < .- 
A1C 5X1 1 Cadusmorhua in Canada 

95-004235 Tak.io, Yoshimi [ACOUSTIC SURVEY OF WALLEYE POLLOCK j Symposium 7heP"'-" - 
and Piospects of Acoustical Survey Methods ol Fisheries Resources Ko Matuda, editor Nippon Sunvi r, 
60(6)811-812 1994 In Japanese FR 40(2) 

(Nail Res Insl, Fish Eng, Hasaki, Kashima, Ibaraki 31404, Japan] fheragra chalcogramma in Mj'ir 

95-004236 Tchizhov, Sergey and Sergey Vavnov PECULIARITIES OF COLONIZATION BY INVEkTFr"- 
AND FISH OF ARTIFICIAL REEFS IN THE SEA OF JAPAN Proceedings at the Fifth Internationa! C"r'- . 
Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3 7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA William I Richard- <<!' 
Mar Set 55(2-3)1355 1994, Abstract only FR 40(2) 

[Pac Res Inst Fish, & Oceanogr (TINRO), 4 Shevciienco Alley, Vladivostok 690600, Rui-'JJ ' ' 
schlegeli. 

95-004237 Tizol Correa, Rafael RESULTS IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN ARTIFICIAL TIKE Kf- 
TABLONESKEY(BATABANO GULF, CUBA) Proceedings of the Filth International Conference on Aqu^ri^ 
Enhancement, 37 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bu't ,'*_ 
55(2-3)-1355 199-1 Abstract only FR 40(2) 

[Cent Invest Pesq Barlovento, Sanla Fe, La Habana, Cuba] 

95 004238 Torstensen, E and J Gjosaetcr. OCCURRENCE OF GROUP SPRAT (SPRAT7US iPfiAfTL ; 
THE LITTORAL ZONE ALONG THE NORWEGIAN SKAGERRAK COAST 1945-1992, COMPARED vv)TH ' 
OCCURRENCE OF 0-GROUP HERRRING {CLUPEA HARENGUS) Fish Res (Amst ) 21(3-4) 409421 1 
FR 40(2) 

[I nit Mar, Res, Flodevigen Mar Res Stn,, N-481 7 His, Norway] 

95004239 Valmonte, Roberta Candad D IMPACT OF ENVIRONMENTAL EXTERNALITIES ON F 
PRODUCTIVITY IN LACUNA DE BAY. M S thesis, Univ Philippines (Los Banos) 123p 1993 FR40!Ji 

95 004240 Vande Vusse, Frederick ] and Esperalo Pileo FADs AS A TOOL IN PHILIPPINE ARTI: * -- 
FISHERIES MANAGEMENT, Proceedings ol the Filth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat EnJunu - -. 
3-7 November 199!, Long Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3} 13" T "- 
Abstract only FR40(2) 

(ACIPHIL Consult , HVG Arcade, Subangdaku, Mandaue City, Philippines] 

95 00424 1 VenTresca, David A , James E Hardwitk, James L Houk, Gary R, McCumber; Eric M t^nn. r ; 
Benjamin T Stephens ARTIFICIAL FISH HABITATS AS A TOOL FOR ASSESSING SETTLEMENT SUCuESl 
ROCKFISHES. Proceedings of the Fitth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 f^v,, -< 
\ 99 1, Long Beach, California, USA William 1 Richards, editor Bull Mar Set 55(2-3) 1 356-1 357 1 WA M -- ' 
only FR 40(2) 

|Dep Ftsh&Game, 2201 Garden Rd, Monterey, CA 93940] Sebastcs m California 

95-004242 Vose, Frederic E and Susan S, Bell RESIDENT FISHES AND MACROBENTHO5 
MANGROVE-RIMMED HABITATS EVALUATION OF HABITAT RESTORATION BY HYDKOLO- 
MODIFICATION Estuaries 17(3) 585-596 1994 FR 40(2) 

IDep Fish &Aquat So,, Umv Fla, 7922 NW 71st St, Gainesville 32653] 

95 004243 Wacfa, Tokio [ACOUSTIC SURVEY OF JAPANESE SARDINE | Symposium The Present Snr- - 
Prospects ol Acoustical Survey Methods of Fisheries Resources Ko Matuda, editor Nippon Sutsw C> ' - 
60(61807-808 1994. In Japanese FR 40(2) 

[Natl Res Uisl Fish Sci, Yokohama 236, Japan] Sardmops melanosticlus in Japan 

95004244 Ware, Robert R and Michael D Curtis ECOLOGY OF INVERTEBRATE ASSEMBLAGES *T 
ARTIFICIAL REEF IN LONG BEACH HARBOR, CALIFORNIA Proceedings of the Filth International Cor-r t .% 
on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November- 1991, Long Beach, California, USA William I Richie!- e,~ 
Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3(.l357 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 
[MBC Appl Environ. Sci , Costa Mesa, CA 92&27| 



<< ,,~ r 



95 004245 Wilson, Kenneth C, Robin D. Lewis and Heidi A. Togstad CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF F 
AND GAME ARTIFICIAL REEF PLAN FOR SPORT FISH ENHANCEMENT Proceedings of the Fifth h< 
Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 199), Long Beach, California US-\ 
Richards, editor. Bull Mar So 55(2-3) 1 358. 1 994, Abstract only FR 40(2) 
fDep Fish & Game, 330 Golden Shore, Suite 50, Long Beach, CA 90802| 

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95-004246 Wilson, Mary E, Richard Levins and Andrew Spielman, editors REMOTE SENSING IMAGES 
Disease in Evolution Global Changes and Emergence oflntectious Diseases Proceedings ot the Emerging Diseases 
Workshop, November 7-10, 1993, Woods Ho/e, Massachusetts Mary Wilson, Richard levins, and Andrew 
Sptelman, editors Ann NY Acad Sci Vol 740 p 107-121 1994 FR 40(2) 

(Harvard Med, School & Harvard School Public Health, Div Infectious Dis , Ml Auburn Hospital, 330 Ml 
Auburn Si, Cambridge, MA 02238 tel 617-449 5026, fax 617-499-5495] 

95 004247 Wyatt, T, R C Curne and F Sabondo-Rey DETERMINISTIC SIGNALS IN NORWEGIAN COD 
RECORDS Cod and Climate Change Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Reykjavik, 23-27 August J993 lakob 
iakobsson, editor im Counc Expfor Sea Mar Sci Symp Vol. 1 9fl p 49-55 1 994 FR 40(2) 
llnst Invest. Mar, Eduardo Cabello, 6, 36208 Vigo, Spam] 

95-004248 Yap, Maureen Rae and Edgardo D Gome? PATTERNS OF RECRUITMENT OF RSH 
COMMUNITIES A PRELIMINARY REPORT Proceedings of the filth International Coherence on Aquatic Habitat 
Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Butt Mar Sci 
55(23) 1359 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2} 

[Mar, Sci lnst,Univ Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City 1101, Phillipines) 

95-004249 Yipp, M W,C H Hau and George Wallhew CONSERVATION EVALUATION OF NINE HONG 
KONG MANGALS As/a Pacific Symposium on Mangrove Ecosystems Proceedings of the International Conference 
Held at The Hong Kong University 01 Science & Technology, September J 3, 7993 YukShan Wong and Nora F 
y Tam, edilori Hydrofaio/ogia 295(1-3) 323-333 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Appl Biol &Chem Technol, Hong Kong Polytechnic, Hong Kong] 

95-004250 Zhu Xm-Hua; Wu He-Zhou, Xu feng-Shan; Zhao Zi-Jmg and Ye Mao-Zhong [THE 
HETEROGENEITY OF SPAT1OTEMPORAL PATTERNS OF NEKTON COMMUNITY STRUCTURE IN THE 
COASTAL WATERS OF YELLOW SEA AND BOHAI SEA ]/\cta Zoo/ Sin 40(3};241-252 1994. In Chinese with 
English summ FR 40(2) 

[Inst. Oceanol , Acad Smica, Qmgdao 266071, China] 

UTILIZATION OF FISHERY PRODUCTS 

95-004251 Andersen, Urd Sente, Anne Naas Slromsnes, Kjell Stemsholl and Magny Skinlo Thomassen FILLET 
GAPING IN FARMED ATLANTIC SALMON (5ALMOSAMR) Norvv / Agric So 8(3-4)165-179 1994 FR4Q{2) 
[Norwegian Food RQS, Inst (MATFORSK), PO Box 5050, N-14J2 As, Norway] 

95-004252 Best, Warren Maslm. A STUDY OF QUALITY PARAMETERS OF RAINBOW TROUT 
(ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS) DURING STORAGE MS tfiesis, L/niv Pretoria fiouth Africa) 1993 From Masters 
Abstr.lnl 32(1)154 1994 FR 40(2) 

95-004253 Clio, Young-Je, NamGeoul Lee, Yuck-Yong Kim, JaeHyun Kim, Keun Woo Lee; Geon-Bae Kirn 
and Ycung-Joon Choi (EARLY CHANGES AFTER DEATH OF PLAICE, PARAUCHTHYS OUVAC.LUS MUSCLE, G. 
EFFECT OF KILLING METHODS ON MORPHOLOGICAL CHANGES OF MYOFIBRHLS AND HISTO1.OGICAL 
CHANGES OF MUSCLE.] Bull Korean Fish Soc 27(4)327-334. 1994 In Korean with English summ FR40(2) 
[Dep, Food Sci & Technol, Nail Fish Univ Pusan, Ptisan 608-737, Korea) 

95-004254 Coulombe, N ; ), Hotlon, ). Blais; ], Boyer, C. Ouellet and R Bloum. [MINCED FISH AND SHELLFISI- 
PRODUCTS MADE FROM UNDEREXPLOITED SPECIES] Activates J99M994 direction de la recherch 
scientifiqueet technique [1993-1994 Activities Direction ol Scientific and Technical Research j Mimst Agric Pec* 
Alimentation (Quebec) p 27,1994 French abstract only FR 40(2) 

[Mmisl. Agnc , Pech. & Alimentation, Dir, Rech Sci Tech , 96 montec Sandy-Beach, C P. 1070, Gnspe, PQ, 
Canada GOC 1 RO) Squalus aoinlfiias, Sebastes, Scom/jeromorus, and Anar/iic/ias lupus in Canada. 

95-004255 Dhananjaya, Sannegowda and Geoffrey D Stroud CHEMICAL AND SENSORY CHANGES IN 
HADDOCK AND HERRING STORED UNDER MODIFIED ATMOSPHERE. Int i Food Sci. & Tec/inoJ 
29(5).575-583 1994, FR 40(2) 

[Stroud- MAFF Tarry Res Stn,, 135 Abbey Rd, Aberdeen AB9 8DG, Scotland fax-t- 441224 874246| 
Me/anogrammus aeg/e/inus and C/upea harengus 

95-004256 Empis, Jose M, A; Helena A, Silva, Maria L. Nunes and Eduarda M Andrade DETECTION OF 
IRRADIATED FISH USING EPR OF FISH BONE; SIGNAL INTENSITY AND STABILITY Fish Res (ArnstJ 
21(3-4):471-475 1995 FR 40(2) 

(Inst Superior Tecnico, Av Rovisco Pais, 1096 Lisboa, Portugal] TracJiua/s picluralus. 

95-004257 Paid, M.; H Karani; A Elmarrakchi and A Achkari Begdouri A BIOTECHNOLOGICAL PROCESS 
FOR THE VALORIZATION OF FISH WASTE Bjoresour Techno/ 49(3)237-241 1994 FR 40(2) 

(Dep Microbiol Ahmentaire Bioterhnol., Insl Agron.Vet Hassan II, BP 6202, Rabat Inst, Rabat, Morocco] 
Sardtna pilchardus. 

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95 0042S8 Fletcher, G C ; M L Rogers and R ) Wong SURVEY Of LISTCR1A MONOCYTOCENES IN NEW 

ZEALAND SEAFOOD ] Aqust food Product Technol 3(2) 13-M 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Seafood Res Unit, New Zealand Inst Crop & Food Res Lid , Private Bag 92 1 69, Auckland, New Zealand, 

95004259 Himelbloom, Brian H , Charles A Crapo, Eileen K Brown and JohnP Doyle FACTORS AFFECTING 
QUALITY OF ROCK SOLE (LEPtDOPSLTTA BILINEATA) FILLETS I Af/u.K Food Product Tcchnol 3|2|'4556 
1994 FR40(2) 

(Fish Ind Teclinol Cent, 900 Tridenl Way, Kodiak, AK 99615] 

95004260 Ignatius, Onimawo Akhakhia BIOLOGICAL EVALUTION OF THE EFFECTS OF TRADITIONAL 
PROCESSING METHODS ON PROTEIN QUALITY OF FISHCS (HETEROJIS NILOTICUS AND CHRYSICHIWS 
NICRODIGITAJUS) ).FoodSa Techno/ 31(5)409-412 1994 FR 40(2) 

(Sci Techno! Dep, Fed Poly tech, Idali, Kogi State, Nigeria] 

95 004261 Ishimoto, Ryo, Kentaro Kasama and Hideaki Morn [HISTAMINE FORMATION AND BACTERIAL 
FLORA IN MACKEREL STORED IN ICE AND AT THE TEMPERATURE OF ICE] Nippon Suaan Gakhufi 
60(6)763-771 1994 In Japanese with English summ. FR 40(2) 

[Crad, Scliool War Sci. & Eng , Nagasaki Univ , Btmkyo, Nagasaki 852, Japan] 

95004262 Kim, Chang R, James O Hearnsberger, Amy P Vickery; Charles H Wlitte and Douglas L MarslilH 
SODIUM ACETATE AND BIFIDOBACTtRIAINCREASESHELF-UFEOF REFRIGERATED CATFISH FILLCTS /fi>J 
Sci 60(1)-25-27 1995 FR40(2) 

[Dep, Food Sci & Teclinol , Miss State Univ , Box 9805, Mississippi State 39762] tclalurus puncintus 

95004263 Laurila, Ilkka P DEMAND FOR FOOD PRODUCTS IN FINLAND A DEMAND SVSTEM 
APPROACH. Agnc Sci Finland 3(4)-32 1 420 1 994. In English with Finnish sunim PR 40(2) 

[Dep Econ & Manage, P.O. Box 27, FIN 00014, Univ Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland! 

95004264 Leclerc, L and A Samuel (STUDY ON HEAT PENETRATION DURING STERILIZATION OF 
CANNED HERRING] Activities 1993-1994 direction lie la recherche scienlilique et technique /799.M991 
Activities Direction of Scientific and Technical Research,] Mimst Ague Pec/) Alimentation (Quebec) p. 11. 1994 
French abstract only, FR 40(2) 

[Mmist Agnc, Pech. & Alimentation, Dir. Rech Sci Tech, 96 montee Sandy-Beach, C.P. 1070,Gaspp, PQ, 
Canada GOC IRQ] Qupea harengus 

95 004265 Lin, D and M T Mornssey. ICED STORAGE CHARACTERISTICS OF NORTHERN SQUAWFISH 
(PJYCHOCHEILUS OREGQNENSIS) I Aqual rood Product Tec/mo/ 3(2)25-43 1994 FR 40(2) 
|Mmh Food Corp , 1 303 W Hams, Pasadena, TX 77506] 

95004266 Mata, Leonardo CHOLERA EL TOR IN LATIN AMERICA, 1991-1993 Diseases in Evolution Clobd 
Changes and Emergence of Infectious Diseases Proceedings ol the Emerging Diseases Workshop, November 7-10, 
1993, Woods Hole, Massachusetts MaryE Wilson, Richard Levins, and Andrew Spielman, editors. Ann NY Acad 
Sci Vol 740 p 55 68 3994. FR 40(2) 

[Inst Health Res, Univ Costa Rica, Box 212, 2100 Guadalupe, Costa Rica tel-01 1-50G 257-1781, 
fa\506224S167] 

95 004267 Montero, P , C. Alvarez; M, A Marti and A J. Bordcnas PLAICE SKIN COLLAGEN EXTRACTS 
AND FUNCTIONAL PROPERTIES I Food Sa 60(l):1-3. 1995 FR 40(2} 
[Insl Fno, Ciudad Univ , s/n, 28040 Madrid, Spain] P/euronec(os platessa, 

95004268 Monn, P and A SamuGl. (DEVELOPMENT OF A METHOD FOR FREEZING BLOCKS Ol 
GROUNDFISH] Activities 1993 1994 direction de /a recherche scicntifique et technique {1993 1994 Activities 
Direction of Scientific and Technical Research ) Mimst Agnc Pech Alimentation (Quebec) p 32 19<J4 Freud 
abstract only FR 40(2) 

[Mmist Agric,Pech & Alimentation, Dir. Rech Sci. Tech, 96 montee Sandy-Beach, C P 1070, Gasnc, PO 
Canada GOC IRQ] 

95 004269 Naguib, Khayria, A M Ayesh and A R Shalaby STUDIES ON THE DETERMINATION Ol 
BIOGENIC AMINES IN FOODS 1 DEVELOPMENTOF ATLC METHOD FORTHEDETERM1NATIONOF EtCH 
BIOGENIC AMINES IN FISH I.Agric Food Chem 43(1)134-139 1995 FR 40(2) 
[Mycotoxins Cent Lab, Nail Res Cent., Dokki, Cairo, Egypt] 

95-004270 Needham, Ted EMPHASIS SHIFTS IN WORLD SALMON MARKETS Fish Farmer Int M 
9(1)10-11,1995 FR40(2) 
Oncoy/iynchus 

95-004271 Nguessan, Felicite Monneth EFFECT OF ANTIOXIDANTS ON FROZEN STORAGE Of Cl (ANNIE 
CATFISH FILLETS MS thesis. Miss State Univ 107p 1992 From Masters Abbtr. Int. 32(1 H56 1994 Order Nc 
MA1353398. FR 40(2) 
Iclaiurus punctatus. 



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05-004272 Niang, A (SUPPORT ACTIVITIES FOR SEAFOOD PROCESSING 1 Activities f'J9i-199-l direction 
de la recherche scicntitique el technique \] 993- 1994 Activities Direction ol Scientific anc/ Technical Research } 
Mmist Agnc Pech Alimentation (Quebec) p 31 1994 French abstract only FR 40(2) 

[Mtnist Agnc, Pech & Alimentation, Dir Recli Sci Tech,, 96 rnontee Sandy-Beach, C P 1070, Gnspe, PQ, 
Canada GOC1RO) 

95-004273 Nichols, David S, Dick Williams; Graeme A Dunslan, Peter D. Nichols and John K Volkman 
FATTY AGIO COMPOSITION OF ANTARCTIC AND TEMPERATE FISH OF COMMERCIAL INTEREST Comp 
Bfochem fhysiol B Btvchem Mol Bio! 107(2)357-363 1994 FR40(2) 

[CSIRO Div Oceanogr, Mar Ub, GPO Box 1538, Hobarl, Tasm 7001, Australia fax 002-325-123] 
Chaenodraco wilsoni, C/mmpsocepha/us gunnari, Dissotfichus eleginoides, ancJ tains lineata. 

9500427-1 Pcavey,Slephanie,ThereseWorkand)ohnRilcy CONSUMER ATTITUDES TOWARD FRESH AND 
FROZEN FISH Mquat Food Product TechnoM{2) 71 87 1994 FR 40(2) 
|Dep BioResour Eng,Univ Maine, Orono 04469) 

95004275 Samuel, A [ADAPTATION OF A METHOD FOR HOT-SMOKING OF SALMON PORTIONS] 
Activities 1993 1994 direction (le la recherche scientilique el technique {1993-1 994 Activities Direction of 
Scientific and Tec/mica' Research j Mmist Agnc Pech Alimentation {Quebec) p 33 1994 French abstract only. 
FR 40(2) 

[Mmist Agnc , Pech, & Alimentation, OIL Rech, Sci Tech , 96 nionlee Sandy- Beach, C P. 1 070, Gaspe, PQ, 
Canada GOC 1 ROJ 5afmo jd/ar 

95004276 Sato, Kenji; Asako Koike, Reiji Yoshmaka, Mamoru Sato and Yutaka Slumizu POST-MORTEM 
CHANGES IN TYPE 1 AND V COLLAGENS IN MYOCOMMATAL AND ENDOMYSIAL FRACTIONS OF 
RAINBOW TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS) MUSCLC / Aquat Food Product Technol 3(2)5-11 1994 
FR 40(2) 

[Dep Food Sci. & Nulr,, Kyoto Prefectural Umv, Shimogamo, Kyoto 606, Japan] 

95-004277 Sato, Tsuneo, Masayo Okuzumi; Tomoyuki Masuda and Taleo FUJI! DISTRIBUTION AND 
GENUS/SPECIES COMPOSITION OF HISTAMINE-DECOMPOSJNC BACTERIA DURING STORAGE OF 
COMMON MACKEREL, Fish Sc, 61(1)8385 1995. FR 40(2) 

[Dep Food Sci. & Technol,, Tokyo Univ, Fish, Konan, Mmato, Tokyo 108, Japan] Scomber japon/cur. 

95 004270 Sato, Tsuneo; Tateo Fujii; Tomoyuki Masuda and Masayo Okuzumi CHANGES IN NUMBERS OF 
HISTAMINE-METABOLIC BACTERIA AND H1STAMINE CONTENT DURING STORAGE Or COMMON 
MACKEREL fish So 60(3)299-302 1994 FR40(2} 

[Dep. Food Sci & Tecrmol , Tokyo Univ, Fish., Konan, Mmato, Tokyo 1 0B, Japan] Scomber tapomcus 

95 004279 Silva, Pedro L , Edward Robinson, James O. Hearnsberger and Juan L, Silva, EFFECTS OF DIETARY 
VITAMIN E ENRICHMENT ON FROZEN CHANNEL CATFISH (ICTALURUS PUNCTAJUS} FILLETS / App! 
Aquacult 4(3)45-55 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep, Food Sci & Technol , Miss State Univ , Mississippi State 39762] 

95-004280 Steffenak, L, V Hornwabal and M Yndestad EFFECT OF COOKING ON RESIDUES OF THE 
QUINOIONESOXOLINICACID AND FLUMEQUINEIN FISH ActaVet Scand 35(3) 299-301. 1994. In English 
wllli Norwegian summ, PR 40(2) 

(Hormazabal Dep Food Hygiene, Norwegian Coll, Vet Med,,PO BoxS146 Dep, N 0013 Oslo 1,Norwrjyl 
5a/mo salar. 

95-004281 Stuchell, Yvonne M and John M Krochta EDIBLE COATINGS ON FROZEN KING SALMON 
EFFECT OF WHEY PROTEIN ISOLATE AND ACETYLATED MONOGLYCERiDES ON MOISTURE LOSS AND 
LIPID OXIDATION. J Food Sci 60{1)-2831. 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Krochta. Dep. Food Sci. & Technol , Univ Calif, Davis 9561 d\ Oncorhynchus ls/i<uvyt5C/ia 

95004282 Sung, Nak-Jti, Shin-Kwon Kang, Soojung Lee and SungHee Kim [THE FACTORS FOR THE 
FORMATION OF CARCINOGENIC N NITROSAMINE FROM DRIED MARINE FOOD PRODUCTS] Bull 
Korean Fish Soc 27(3) 247-258. 1994. In Korean with English summ FR 40(2) 
(Dep. Foods &Nutr,GyeongsangNatl Univ., Jmju 660-701, Korea) 

95-004283 Todd, Ewen C D EMERGING DISEASES ASSOCIATED WITH SEAFOOD TOXINS AND OTHER 
WATER-BORNE AGENTS Disease in Evo/ufion G/oba/ Changes and Emergence of Infectious Diseases 
Proceedings of (he Emerging Diseases Workshop, November 7- 10, 1993, Woods Hofa, Massachusetts Mary E 
Wilsortj Richard Levins, and Andrew Spielman, editors Ann M.Y Acad Sci Vol 740 p. 77-94 1 994 FR 40(2) 

[Health Prot. Branch, Dep Health, Sir Frederick G. Banting Res Cent, Ross Ave,, Ottawa, ON, Canada K1A 
OL2. tel:613-957-0887, fax-613 952-6400] 

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9500-1284 Verheijen.F J. and W Flight COMMERCIAL SLAUGHFER OF EEL, EXPERIMENTAL TESTS$. 
METHODS ARE UNACCEPTABLE Report of the 1994 Session of the EIFAC/ICES Working Group on Eel, ^,'Q; 
Spam, 26 September I October 199-1 EIFAC (Cur Inland Fish Advis Comm/Occas Pap No 30 p 6, 1? *'<} 
Abstractly FR40(2} *' 

95 004265 Yasuhara, Akio and Takayuki Shibamoto QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF VOLATILE ALPF|,, 
FORMED FROM VARIOUS KINDS OF FISH FLESH DURING HEAT TREATMENT / Ague food /^i 
43(1)9497 1995 FR 40(2) '* 

(Shibamola Dep Environ Toxicol, Univ. Calif, Davis 95616 e-mail tsliibamoto@ucdavis edu] Dalaf 0r 
species " ' 

95004286 Zolos, Anastasios, Michael Hole and Gillian Smith THE EFFECT OF FROZEN STORA{; P 
MACKEREL (SCOMBER SCOMffRUS) ON ITS QUALITY WHEN HOT-SMOKED I So Food Agnc 4/d)^,J 
1995 FR40(2) "* 

[Hole Univ Hurnberside, School Food, Fish & Environ Studies, Humber Lodge, Bdrgale, Gnmsliy t) 
5AA, England) 

MISC. TECHNIQUES AND EQUIPMENT 

95-004287 Anilines, J Carlos and F-W Tesch CRITICAL CONSIDERATION OF THE SO CAM, 
METAMORPHOSIS ZONE" WHEN IDENTIFYING DAILY RINGS IN THE OTOLITHS OF GLASS EELS AMr> J 
LARVAE (ANGUILLA ANGUILLA L ). Report of the 1994 Session of the EIFAC/ICES Working Group on M, f) Vlo * 
Spa;n, 26 September-] October 1994 EtFAC fEu( Inland Fish Advis Comm)Occas Pap, No 30 p 2, )5 | 5 
Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[Insl Cienc. Biomed, Univ. Porto, Lg Prof Abel Salazar, 2, 4000 Porto, Portugal fax 35 1 2 2001 1fl] 



95004288 Appelbaum, Samuel MORPHOMETRIC PARAMETERS DISTINGUISHING SEX IN 

EEL. Report of the 1994 Session of the EtFAC/ICES Working Group on Eel, Ovieclo, Spain, 26 September I O C [ O | 

1994 EIFACfEur Inland Fish Advis Comm)Occas Pap No 30 p 6, 17 1994, Abstract only FR -1(112) 

|Ben Gunon Univ , Jacob Blaustein Insi , Sede Boker Campus, Israel 84990 tel 972 57 565087 1 ; fax 0?^ 
55508] Angutlla anguills 



95004289 Barnett, Arthur M.; Thomas D. Johnson and Ralph Appy. EVALUATIONS OF THE 

VALUE OF AN ARTIFICIAL REEF RELATIVE TO OPEN COAST SAND BOTTOM AND A DEEP HARBOR Qy j 
BIOLOGICAL EVALUATION STANDARDIZED TECHNIQUE (BEST) Proceedings of the Filth lnterna tlo 
Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, long Beach, Calitornta, USA \Vilf, ifl 
Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3) 1 327 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 
[MEC Analytical Syst , Inc , Carlsbad, CA 92008] 

95004290 Dunnigan, John H, COUNTING FISH NOT SIMPLE MATH Fisheries (Bethesdn) 19(1^|'-1 19 
FR 40(2) 

95004291 Egna, H S MONITORING WATER QUALITY FOR TROPICAL FRESHWATER FISHERIES Al 
AQUACULTURE: A REVIEW OF AIRCRAFT AND SATELLITE IMAGERY APPLICATIONS. Fish Mannp & 
1(3)165-178 1994 FR 40(2) 

IPondDynarnics/Aqihacull Collaborative Res Support Program, Off Int Res &Dev,Oreg SlatcUiuv.,Si 
Hall 400, Coivalbs 9733 1-1 641 J 

95004292 Greenlaw, C F; R W Player and U S Samilo. APPLICATIONS OF MULTIFKLQUEN 
ACOUSTICS SPATIAL PATTERNS IN A FRESHWATER LAKE / Acoust Soc Am 96(5Pt2)329fl 1994 Absir 
only. FR 40(2) 

(Tracer Appl Sci , Inc , 91 50 Chesapeake Dr , San Diego, CA 921 23] 

95004293 Gunderson, Donald R SURVEYSOF FISHERIES RESOURCES. /o/m Wiley&Sons, tnc 2 4 Up 19 
Available at $59 95 (cloth) from John Wiley & Sons, 1 Wiley Dr, Somerset, NJ 08875 1272 FR 40(2) 

jUmv Wash, School Fisli, Seattle 981951 

95004294 Halusky, Joseph G, William Seaman, Jr., and Elizabeth W Strawbndgc EFFECTIVFNfSS 
TRAINED VOLUNTEER DIVERS IN SCIENTIFIC DOCUMENTATION OF ARTIFICIAL AQUATIC HABIT/ 
Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aqualic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November !<J9l. ^ 
Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3).939-959 1 994 FR 40(2) 

(Sea Grant Ext. Program, Univ. Fla, 233 Marine Center Dr, Si. Augustine 32086] 

95004295 Ham bright, K David and Samuel Fridman A COMPUTER-ASSISTED PLANKTON 
SYSTEM FOR THE MACINTOSH Fisheries (Belhesda) 19(12) 6 8 1994 FR 40(2) 

[YigalAllon Kmneret Ltmnol. Lab., Oceanogr & Limnol. Res., PO. Box 345, Tiberias 14102, lsriip)| 

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95-004296 Hassan, Ra|n Bidm B Raia COMPARATIVE STUDIES OF VARIOUS FISH AGGREGATING DEVICE 
DESIGNS IN MALAYSIA Proceedings of the Filth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 
November J99J, Long Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 5512 3) 1337 1994 
Abstract only FR 40(2) 

[Mar Fish. Resour Cent, Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia] Decapterus sop, Se/ar male, 5 crumenophfria/mus, 
Rastrdhgei fcdnagurta, and Euthynnus affinis 

95-004297 Hems, Stephen W NEW YORK'S MARINE ARTIFICIAL REEF PROGRAM Proceedings Of the filth 
International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3 7 November 1991, Long Reach, California, USA 
William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3) 1337 1994 Abstract only FR 40(2) 

|Dep Environ. Conserv,, Div Mar, Resour, Bldg #40, SUNY, Slony Brook, NY 1 17902356] 

95 Q0429B Hensley, Rebecca A, Timothy S Sherwood and Gerald David COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR 
CALCULATON OP MOORING LENGTHS FOR FISH AGGREGATING DEVICES (FAD) Proceedings of the rath 
International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 199), Long Beach, California, USA 
William I Richards, editor Bull Mar Set 55(2-3)1337-1338 1994 AbstracI only FR 40(2) 
[Div Aquat &Wildl Resour, Dep Agnc, PO. Box 2950, Agana, Guam 96910] 

95-004299 hda, Kohji (PRINCIPLES OF ACOUSTIC SURVEY METHODS FOR FISH RESOURCE 
ASSESSMENT ] Symposium The Present States and Prospects oMcoustica/ Survey Methods of Fisheries Resources 
Ko Matutia, editor Nippon Suisan Cakkaishi 60(6)>791-792 1994, In Japanese FR 40(2) 
|Fic Fish , Hokkaido Univ , Hakodate, Hokkaido 041, Japan] 

95-004300 Jeric, Randall )., Timothy Modde and Jeff M. Godfrey EVALUATION OF A METHOD FOR 
MEASURING INTRAGRAVEL DISSOLVED OXYGEN CONCENTRATIONS AND SURVIVAL TO EMERGENCE 
IN SHORE SPAWNED SALMONIDS.Spec/af5ecl/on Kokanee Investigations VaughnL Paragamtan, coordinator 
M Am I Fish Manage 15(1)185-192 1995 FR 40(2) 

[R2 Resour, Consult Inc, 15250 NE 95th ST, Redmond, WA 98052] Oncorhynchus nerka 

95 004301 Kaseloo, Paul Ants. DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF A NEW RADIOTELEMETRY SYSTEM 
MONITORING FISH ACTIVITY BY MEANS OP AXIAL MUSCLE ELECTROMVOGRAMS MS thesis, Univ 
Toronto (Canada) 1 53p 1 993. Title only. From Masters Abstr Int 32(6)1603 1994 Order No MAMMS7223 
FR 40(2) 

95-004302 Kasprzak, Rick A. and Charles A Wilson. USE OF OIL AND CAS PLATFORMS AS ARTIFICIAL 
REEFS IN LOUISIANA Proceedings of" the Fifth Internationa/ Conference on Aqua tic Habitat enhancement, 3-7 
November 1991, Long Beach, California, USA William f Richards, editor Buff Mar So 55(2-3) 1340 1994 
Abstract only FR 40(2) 

[Fish Res Div, Dep Wildl &Fish,PO Box 98000, Baton Rouge, LA 70898J 

95-004303 Kasprzak, Rick A, and Charles A Wilson MONITORING EFFORTS OF LOUISIANA'S ARTIFICIAL 
REEF PROGRAM. Proceedings of the Fifth International 1 Conference on Aquatic Habitat Fnriancement, 3 7 
November ? 99 J, long Beach, California, USA William I Richards, editor. Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3) 1339-1 340 1 994. 
Abstract only FR 40(2) 

[Dep. Wildl, & Fish , P.O. Box 98000, Baton Rouge, LA 708981 

95-004304 Kubecka, J SIMPLE MODEL ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FISH ACOUSTICAL TARGET 
STRENGTH AND ASPECT FOR HIGH-FREQUENCY SONAR IN SHALLOW WATER / Appl Ichthyo! 
10(2-3,75-01 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Hydrobiol lust , Czecli Acad. So,, Na sadkach 7, 370 05 Ceske Budojovice, Czech Republic] 

95-004305 Leos, Robert R A PORTABLE FIELD SAMPLING TABLE FOR DOCK-SIDE SAMPLING OF FISH 
Calif FK/I Came 80(2).fl4-87. 1994 FR-10(2) 

[Dcp Fish & Game, Mar Resour. Div,, 20 Lower Ragsdale Dr, Suite 100, Monterey, CA 93940] 

95-004306 Lindberg, William J. and Thomas K Frazer. REEF UNIT SPACING, POPULATION STRUCTURE, 
AND HABITAT LINKAGES EXPERIMENTAL AND COMPARATIVE APPROACHES. Proceedings of the fifth 
International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November f 991, Long Beach, Ca/ilorma, USA 
VWtoam / Richards, editor. Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3) 1344 1994. AbstracI only. FR 40(2) 

|Dep Fish. & Aquacult , Univ Fla , 7922 NW 71 St., Gainesville 32606] Batistes capriscus and Centropristf-i 
slriata mefa-na in the Gulf of Mexico. 

95 004307 Lyons, Michele L G,, Paul E. Smith and H Geoffrey Moser. COMPARISON OF CROSS-SHELF 
TRENDS IN ACOUSTIC DOPPLER CURRENT PROFILER AMPLITUDE AND ZOOPIANKTON DISPLACEMENT 
VOLUME IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, Calif Coop Oceanic Fish Invest Rep Vol. 35 p 240-245 1994. In 
English with Spanish summ. FR 40(2) 

(Southwest Fish, Sci, Cent , NMFS, NOAA, P.O. Box 271, La )olla, CA 92038 0271 ] 

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95 004308 Matilda, Ko, editor [SYMPOSIUM THE PRESENT STATES AND PROSPECTS OF ACOUSTICAL 

SURVEY MCTHODS OF FISHERIES RESOURCES ] Nippon Suwan Cakkaishi 60{6) 789812 1994 Injapaness 

FR40(2} 

Selected papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review 

95 00-1309 Miyanohana, Yoichi (CONTRIBUTION: OF THE SWIMBLADDER TO THE BACKSCATTER1NC BV 
FISH | Symposium the Present States and Prospects ol Acoustical Survey Methods ol Fisheries Resources Ko 
Matucla, editor Nippon Suisan Cakkaishi 60(6) 795 796 1994 In Japanese FR 40(2} 
[Nail Res, Inst Fish. Eng , Hasaki, Kabhima, Ibaraki 3 1 4 04, Japan] Data for six species 

95004310 Monzur, Yvon, Andre Ogor and Patrick Lespagnol BAR CODES IN FISHERIES RESEARCH 
DEVELOPMENT OF THE /CHTHYOMETCR" Aquat Living Resour 7(4)295-300 1994 FR 40(2) 
[IFREMER, Cent Rejsour Halt entities, Brest, BP 70, 29280 Plouzane, France) 

95 0043 1 1 Mukai, Tohru [CONTRIBUTION OF THE FISH TILT ANCLC TO THE BACKSCATTERING BY FISH 1 
Symposium Trie Present States and Prospects o! Acoustical Survey Methods of Fisheries Resources Ko Mafwls, 
editor Nippon Soisan Cakkaishi 60(6} 797 798 1994 In Japanese FR 40(2) 
[Fac Fish., Hokkaido Univ, Hakodate 041, Japan) 

95004312 Page, Mike and Rob Murdoch HOKI AND THE MOCNESS Water & Atmos 2(3)2728 1994 
FR 40(2) 

Macruronus novaezefandine in New Zealand 

95004313 Prince, Angela M ).; Susan E Low, Timothy J Lissimore; Ron E Diewert and Scott G Hindi. 
SODIUM BICARBONATE AND ACETIC ACID AN EFFECTIVE ANESTHETIC FOR FIELD USE, N Am ; Full. 
Manage 15(1):170 172. 1 ( J95 FR40(2) 

[Hmch Weslwater Res Cent,, Fish Cenl.Dep For Sci,Unlv British Columbia, Vancouver, &C, Canad] 
V6T1Z2| 

95-004314 Renaud, Claude B, Jerome O Nriagu and Henry K. T Wong, TRACE METALS IN 
FLUID PRESERVED MUSEUM FISH SPECIMENS. Set Total Environ. 159(1) 1-7 1995 FR 40(2} 

[Ichthyol. Sect, Res Div, Canadian MIPS Nat, PO. Box 3443, Stn D, Ottawa, ON, Canada K1PSP4] 
Pelromyzon mannus, Ichthyomyzon lessor, I unicuspis, and tampetra appendix 



95 004315 Sailo, Kiyolaka. [EFFECTOF FORM TO THE BAC SCATTERING BY FISH ] Symposium 
Slates and Prospects al Acoustical Survey Methods of fisheries Resources Ko Matuda, editor Nippon Suisart 
Cakkanhi 60(6) 793-794 1994 In Japanese FR 40(2) 
[TokyoUniv Fish, Koman, Mmato, Tokyo 108, Japan] 

95004316 Sasakura, Toyoki [INDIRECT FISH TARGET STRENGTH ESTIMATION BY A STATISTICAl 
METHOD | Symposium The Present States and Prospects ot Acoustical Survey Methods of fisheries Resource* 
Ko Matuda, editor Nippon Swsan Cakkaishi W{G) 799 800 1994 In Japanese FR 40(2) 

95004317 Sawada, Kouichi flARGET STRENGTH ESTIMATION IN SITU BY DIRECT METHOD 1 Symposium 
The Present States and Prospects of Acoustics/ Survey Methods of fisheries Resources Ko Maluda, editor Nippon 
Suisan Cakkaishi 60(6):00I 802. 1994. In Japanese. FR 40(2} 

[Nail, Res Inst, Fish, Eng, Hasaki, Kashima, Ibaraki 314-04, Japan] 

95004318 Smith,StephenA andBonmeJ Smith XERORADIOGRAPHIC AND RADIOCRAPHICANATQMV 
OFTHECHANNaCATFISH./Cr/UURUSPUNCMTUS Vet Radio/ & Ultrasound 35(5} 3B4-389 199-1 FR<IO(2 

[Dep Palhobiol.Va-Md Reg Coll Vet Med, VPI&SU, Blacksburg, VA 24061-0442) 

95004319 Swartzman, Gordon, Werner Sluetzle, Kristin Kulman and Nuan Wen MODELING THI 
DISTRIBUTION OF FISH SCHOOLS IN THE BERING SEA- MORPHOLOGICAL SCHOOL IDENTIFICATION 
A/at Resour Model 8(2)-177-194 1994 FR40(2) 

[School Fish, Cent, Quant Sci For, Fish &Wiltll, Appl, Physics Lab., Univ. Wash , Seattle 90105] 

95-004320 Thome, Richard E HYDROACOUSTIC REMOTE SENSING FOR ARTIFICIAL HABITATS 
Proceedings of the filth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 1991, Lonj, 
Beach, California, USA Williaml Richards, editor Bull Mar Sci 55(2-3):fJ97-901. 1994 FR 40(2} 
(Biosonics, Inc , 3670 Stone Way N , Seattle, WA 981 03] 

95 004321 Thome, Richard E A NEW TOOL FOR LAKE ASSESSMENT AND INVENTORY, iflfce Rcservoi 
Manage 9(2)118 1994. Abstract only. FR 40(2) 

[BioSonics, Inc , 3670 Stone Way N , Seattle, WA 981 03] 

95-004322 Thumw, Russell F UNDERWATER METHODS FOR STUDY OF SALMONIDS IN THI 
INTERMOUNTAIN WEST, US for Serv Cen Tec/i Rep INT No. 307 28p. 1994. FR 40(2} 
|lnt emit Res Stn, For, So Lab, Boise, ID] 

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95004323 Wagner, Erie S SUBMARINE TELEPHONE CABLE AN ARTIFICIAL REEF MATERIAL OF 
OPPORTUNITY Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Aquatic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 
Novcmbet 1991, Long Beach, Calitornia, USA William I Richards, editor Bull Mar ici 55(2-3) 1357. 1994 
Abslractonly FR 40(2) 

[AT&T Submarine Sysl, Int Syst Maintenance, Rm S200, 340 Mount Kemble Ave., Morristown, N] 07960| 

95004324 Watson, R A, C M Carlos and M A Samoilys BIAS INTRODUCED BY THE NON-RANDOM 
MOVEMENT OF FISH IN VISUAL TRANSECT SURVEYS. Ecol Model! 77(2-3)205-214.1995 FR40(2) 

[Mar Res Lab., PO Box 20, Nortli Beach, W A 6020, Australia] 

REVIEWS, BIBLIOGRAPHIES, ETC. 

95 004325 Balon, Eugene K LIFETIME LIST OF PUBLICATIONS BY EUGENIE CLARK. Women in Ichthyology 
An Anthology in Honour of ET, Ro, and Genie Eugene K Balon, Michael N Bruton, and David L G Noakes, 
Editors Environ Biol Fishes 41(1-4) 1 15-119 1994 FR 40(2) 

(lust Ichthyol & Dep Zool , LJmv Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada NIC 2W1J 

95004326 Barlol, Tomaz. [APPLICATION OF SOME PRINCIPLES OF SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION AND 
POSSIBILITIES OF AN IMPROVED INFORMATION FLOW IN THE FISHERY-SCIENCE IN SLOVENIA,] Ichlhyos 
No 12 p p 45-55 1993 In Slovac with English summ. FR 40(2) 

[mag kmet , dipl ing ziv , dokumenialist Cent biotehniska knjiznica, Biotehniska fakulteta, Jamnikarjeva 101, 
Ljubljana 61000, Slovenia] 

95-004327 Bruton, Michael N LIFETIME LIST OF PUBLICATIONS BY ROSEMARY LOWE-McCONNELL 
Women in Ichthyology An Anthology in Honour of EJ, Ro, and Genie Eugene K Baton, Michael N Siuton, and 
DavifIL G Noakes, editors Environ Biol fishes 41(1-4} 81-83 1994 FR 40(2) 
[J.LB. Smilhlnst Ichthyol, Private Bag 1015, Grahamstown 6140, South Afnxaj 

95-004328 Bryden, Helena 8. and de Vos, V A SCIENTIFIC BIBLIOGRAPHY ON THE NATIONAL PARKS OF 
SOUTH AFRICA Koedoe Suppl 133p 1994 FR 40(2) 

(Sci. Serv, Private Bag X402, Skukuza 1350, South Africa) 

95 004329 Noakes, David L, G LIF ETIME LIST OF PUBLICATIONS BY ETHELWYNN TREWAVAS. Women in 
Ichthyology An Anthology in Honour of ET, Ro, and Genie Eugene K Balon, Michael N. Bruion, and David L C 
Noakes, editors Environ Biol Fishes 41(1-4) 51-54. 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Inst Ichlhyol, & Dep Zool, Univ. Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada N1G 2W1] 

95004330 Reddy,Y Ranga INDEXTO HYDROBIOLOG1A VOLUMES 176-250 (1989-1903} Hydrobtotogw 
296(1-3):302p, 1995 FR 40(2} 

[Dep Zool, Naganuna Univ,, Nagarjunanagar-552 510, India] 

95004331 Slickney, Robert R TILAPIA UPDATE World Aquacult 25(3).14-21. 1994 FR 40(2} 
[School Fish , Univ Wash , Seattle 981 95] 

95 004332 York, Darryl. RECREATIONAL-BOATING DISTURBANCES OF NATURAL COMMUNITIES At 
WILDLIFE AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY. US Nat/ Biol. Surv Biol Rep No 22 30p. 1994, Available fro 
Publ. Unit, U S Fish & Wildl. Serv, 1849 C St, N.W, Mail Stop 130, Webb Bldg, Washington, DC 2024C 
FR 40(2) 

[Natl. Biol. Surv,, Inform Transfer Cent., 1201 Oak Ridge Dr., Suite 200, Fort Collins, CO 80525] 

WATERSHED MANAGEMENT 

95-004333 Wesche, Thomas A WATERSHED MANAGEMENT AND LAND-USE PRACTICES In Inland 
Fisheries Management In North America Christopher C Kohter and Wayne A Hubert, editors p 181-203,1993. 
FR 40(2) 

[Dep Range Manage & Water Resour Cent, Univ. Wyo, P O. Box 3354, Laramie 82071 1 

WATER USE AND CONSERVATION 

95 004334 Mueller, Gordon and Charles R. Uston. USE OF LOW-PROFILE ARTIFIC1ALCOVERTO ENHANCE 
FISHERIES FOUND IN CONCRETE LINED IRRIGATION CANALS, ARIZONA CALIFORNIA Proceedings of (lie 
Fifth International Conference on Aqualic Habitat Enhancement, 3-7 November 1 99 1, Long Beach, California, USA 
WilltamI Richards, editor Bull. Mir Sci 55(2-3)-1347 1994. Abstract only FR 40(2) 

MISCELLANEOUS 

95-004335 Carlson, Clarence A and Robert T. Muth. ENDANGERED SPECIES MANAGEMENT. In- Inland 
Fisheries Management in North America Christopher C Kohler and Wayne A Hubert, editors p 355-381.1993. 
FR 40(2) 

[Dep Fish. & Wildl. Biol., Colo. State Univ , Fort Collins Q0523] 

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MISCELLANEOUS (Continued) 

95 00-1336 Hamilton, Steven J HAZARD ASSESSMENT OF INORGANICS TO THREE ENDANGERED fISH 

IN THE GREEN RIVER, UTAH Ecotoxico! Environ Sat 30(2):134-142 1995 FR 40(2) 

(Nail &iol Surv^Nall Fish Contaminant Res, Cent, Field Res Stn, RR 1, Box 295, Yankton.SD 570789214| 
s, Qla elegans, and Xytaucben texanus 



95004337 Isla, Dominic ENDANGERED LIVEBEARERS AT THE STATEN ISLAND ZOO Trap Fab Hobbptl 
43(7)&-l94 1995 FR40(2) 

95 004338 Nott, M Philip, Evelyn Rogers and Stuart Pimm. MODERN EXTINCTIONS IN THE KILO-DEATH 
RANGE Curr Bioi 5(1)1417 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Ecol &Evol Btol, M313 Walters, Umv Tenn,, Knoxville 37996 0810] 

95 004339 Seehausen, Ole and Frans VVitte. EXTINCTION OF MANY, SURVIVAL OF SOME THE CURRENT 
SITUATION OF THE ENDEMIC CICHLIDS IN SOUTHERN LAKE VICTORIA Trap fish Hobbywl 43(7) 96 105 
1995 FR4G(2} 

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Symposia indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review 



American Society of Zoologists, convener CONSERVED GENES AND DEVELOPMENTAL MECHANISMS IN 
EMBRYOS OF DIVERGENT SPECIES PAPERS FROM THE SYMPOSIUM PRESENTED AT THE ANNUAl 
MEETING OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF ZOOLOGISTS, 27-30 DECEMBER 1992, AT VANCOUVER, 
BRITISH COLUMBIA Am Zoo/, 34(3)303-363 1994 FR40(2} 
Selected paper indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review, 

Anderson, Susan L; Lee R. Shugart and William H. Suk, organizers, NAPA CONFERENCE ON GENETIC AND 
MOLECULAR ECOTOXICOLOGY, OCTOBER 12-15, 1993, YOUNTVILLE, CALIFORNIA, Environ Health 
Perspect 102(Suppl 12}'11 1p, 1994. FR 40(2) 

[Lawrence Berkeley Lab,, 1 Cyclotron Rd , Berkeley, CA 94720 tel 5104864650; fox:510486-5D41] 
Selected papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review 

Beaumont, A R, editor GENETICS AND EVOLUTION OF AQUATIC ORGANISMS. A COLLECTION OF 
PAPERS FROM THOSE PRESENTED AT THE GENETICS AND EVOLUTION OF AQUATIC ORGANISMS 
CONFERENCE HELD AT BANGOR, WALES ON SEPTEMBER 10-16, 1992. Chapman & Hall 539p, 1994. 
Available, it $1 19.95 (cloth) from Chapman & Hall, One Penn Plaza (41st Floor), New York, NY 10119, FR 40(2) 
[School Ocean Sci , Univ. Wales, Banger, Menai Bridge, Gwynedd LL59 5EY, Wales] Selected papers Indexed 
in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

CarscaildenJ.E, editor REPORTOFTHCCANADA-USSRCAPELIN SYMPOSIUM, "THEBIOLQGYOFCAPELIN 
IN Tl IE NORTHWEST ATLANTIC," ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND, CANADA, 2?-29 NOVEMBER 1 990. \ 
Northwest All Fish Sci. Vol 17. p. 1-67. 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Sci. Branch, Dcp. Fish. & Oceans, P.O. Box 5667, St, John's, NF, Canada A1 C 5X1 [ Individual papers indexed 
in this issue of Fisheries Review Mallotus viltosiii, 

de Bernard!, R.; R Pagnotla and A. Pugnetti, editors. STRATEGIES FOR LAKE ECOSYSTEMS BEYOND 2000. 
SELECTED PAPERS FROM THE Sth INTERNATIONAL ILEC CONFERENCE, STRESA '93. Mem. 1st Hal tclrobiol 
Vol. 52. 400p. 1993. PR 40(2) 

[C.N.R. 1st. Italiano Idroblol , L.go V Tonolli 50, 28048 Pallanza, Italy] Selected papers indexed in this issue 
of Fisheries Review. 

EIFAC/ICES. REPORT OF THE 1 994 SESSION OF THE EIFAC/ICES WORKING GROUP ON EEL, OVIEDO, SPAIN, 
26 SEPTEMBER-1 OCTOBER 1 994. EIFAC (tur Inland Fish Advis. Comm ) Occas Pap No 30. lap. 1994. FR 40(2) 
Individual abstracts indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review, 

Eriksson, Torteif and Torbjorn Jarvi, editors. WORKSHOP ON Tl IE POSTSMOLT BIOLOGY OF SALMONIDS 
IN RANCHING SYSTEMS, NOVEMBER 1 1 2, 1 992, UMEA, SWEDEN. Word /. Freshwater Res, No. 69 p. 5-1 03. 
1994. FR 40(2} 

[Dep, Aquacult,, Swedish Univ Agric. Sci., S-90 103 Umea, Sweden] Selected papers indexed in this issue 
of fisheries Review. 

Ferrari, Frank D. and Brian P. Bradley, editors ECOLOGY AND MORPHOLOGY OF COPEPODS 
PROCEEDINGS OF THE 5th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COPEPODA, BALTIMORE, USA, |UNE 6-1 3, 
1993. Hydrobiolosia Vol. 292/293. 530p. 1994. FR 40(2) 
Selected papers indexed In tliis issue of Fisheries Review. 

Ciller, P. S.; A. G Hildrew and D. G Rafftelh, editors. AQUATIC ECOLOGY: SCALE, PATTERN AND PROCESS 
Symp. Br Ecol Soc No. 34. 649p 1 994. Available at $75 00 (cloth) from Blackwell Sci., 238 Main St , Cambridge, 
MA 02142. FR 40(2) 

(Dep Zool., University Coll., Leo Mailings, Prospect Row, Cork, Ireland] Selected chapters indexed in this 
issue of Fisheries Review. 

Greer, Jerry Dean, editor, REMOTE SENSING AND ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT. PROCEEDINGS Of THE 
riFTH FOREST SERVICE REMOTE SENSING APPLICATIONS CONFERENCE, PORTLAND, OREGON, 11-15 
APRIL 1994. Am Soc Phologrammetry & Remote Sensing 3 7Bp. 1994. Available from Am. Soc Photogrammelry 
& Remote Sensing, 5410 Grosvenor Ln., Suite 210, Bethesda, MD 20814, FR 40(2) 
[U.S for. Serv., Payette Nail. For, P.O. Box 1026, McCall, ID 83638] 

Halverson, Wendy S. and A. Charles, Crabb, editors PROCEEDINGS: SIXTEENTH VERTEBRATE PE 
CONFERENCE, SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA, FEBRUARY 28, MARCH 1 -3, 1 994. Proc Vertebr. Pest Conf. N, 
16. 360p. 1994. FR 40(2} 

[Div. Flood Manage., Dep. Water Resour., Sacramento, CA] Selected paper indexed in tills issue of Fisheries 
Review. 

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Hill, Douglas, editor THE EAST RIVER TIDAL BARRAGE A SYMPOSIUM ON A MULTIPURPOSE ADDITION 
TO NEW YORK CITY'S INFRASTRUCTURE, /Win NY Acad Sa Vol 7-3,2, 191p 1994. FR 40(2) 
Selected paper indexed in this ISSLIG of Fisheries Review 

Hubert, Wayne A , editor WILD TROUT AND PLANTED TROUT BALANCING THE SCALE. PROCEEDING 
OF A WORKSHOP I IELD AT THE STOUFFCR CONCOURSE HOTEL, DENVER, COLORADO, MAY 19 AMI 
20,1994 Colo/\Vyo Chapter An). Fisft Soc 222p. 1994 Available at $20 00 from Game & Fish Dep, Fish Dr, 
528 S Adams, Laramie, WY 82070 FR 40(2) 

[Univ. Wyo., Hox 3166 Univ. Sin, Laramie 87071. tcl'307-766 541 5, fax 307-766-5625] Individual papa 
indexed in this issue of Fishenes Review 

Jakobsson, Jakob, editor. COD AND Cl IMATE CHANGE PROCEEDINGS OF A SYMPOSIUM HELD I 
REYKJAVIK, 23-27 AUGUST 1993, tot Counc Exptor Sea Mar Set Symp. Vol, 198 693p 1994. FR 40(2) 

(Mar Res. Insl., Skutagata 4, P.O, Box 1390, 121 Reykjavik, Iceland] Selected papers indexed in this issue i 
Fisheries Review. Csdus morhud m lite North Alfantic Oce.in. 

Landers, Dixnn H, and Susan ). Christie, editors, ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF ARCTIC AIRBORf', 
CONTAMINANTS: ACOLLECTION OF PAPERS PRESENTED ATTHE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON Tr- 
ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF ARCFIC AIRBORNE CONTAMINANTS, REYKJAVIK, ICELAND, 43 QCTQBl 

1993. So Total Environ 1GD,161($jiec. Issue)-B70p 1995 FR40(2) 

[U.S. fnviron. Prot Agency Environ. Res Lab., 200 S.W, 35th St, Corvalhs, OR 97333] Selected nape 
indexed m ihis issue of Fisheries Review. 

Matilda, Ko, editor. [SYMPOSIUM: THE PRESENT STATES AND PROSPECTS OF ACOUSTICAL SURVI 
METHODS OF FISHERIES RESOURCES j NJ]pponSu/sanGaWcaisW60(6).789-812. 1994 In Japanese. FR40(: 
Selected papers indexed in tins issue of Fisheries Review 

Miles, Donald B., editor. CONTRIBUTION OF LONG-TERM ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH TO CURRENT ISSUI 
INTME CONSERVATION OF BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY. PAPERS FROM THE SYMPOSIUM PRESENTED ATTI- 
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF ZOOLOGISTS, 26-30 DECEMBER 1992, / 
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA Am Zoo!, 34(3):365-475, 1994 FR 40(2) 

[Dep Biol. Sci., Ohio Univ, Athens 45701] Selected papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

Milsch, William J. GLOBAL WETLANDS -OLD WORLD AND NEW, UPDATED PAPERS FROM THE MECTIN 
HELD AT OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, COLUMBUS, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 1 3-1 B, 1 992 Fhevier (Amsterdam)9b7 

1994. Available in U.S. or Canada from Elsevier So. inc., P.O. Box 945, Madison Square Sin., New York, ft 
101 60 0757 and in all other countries from P.O. Box 2 11, 1000 AE Amsterdam, Netherlands FR 40(2) 

[School Nat Resour,, Ohio Stale Univ., 2021 Coffey Rd, Columbus 43210] Selected chapters indexed 
this issue of Fisheries Review 

Olney, P. J. S.; C, M. Mace and A. T. C. Feistner, editors. CREATIVE CONSERVATION- INTERACTS 
MANAGEMENT OF WILD AND CAPTIVE ANIMALS. BASFD ON THE SIXTH WORLD CONFERENCE O 
BREEDING ENDANGERED SPECIES, 4 6 MAY 1 992, JERSEY, Cl IANNEL ISLANDS Chapman & Halt 5 1 7p 1 99 
Available at $9495 (clnth)-from Chapman & Hall, One Penn Plaza (-list Floor), New York, NY 101 J 
tel-212-5fj4-1060, ext 241 FR40J2) 

[Fed. Zool Card. Great Britain & Ireland, ZooL Card , London, England] Selected chapters indexed in tF 
issue of Fisheries Review 

Pcrnns, C M,; J-D. Lebreton and G ], M Hirers, editors. BIRD POPULATION STUDIES. RELEVANCE T 
CONSCRVATfON AND MANAGEMENT COLLECTED PAPERS OF THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIU 
ORGANIZED BY THE "STATION BIOLQGIQUE DE LA TOUR DU VALAT" HELD DECEMBER 1 2 TO 16, Hflfl, i 
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(paper) from Oxford Univ. Press Business Off., 2001 Evans Rd, Cary, NC 27513. tel:800-451-7556. FR 40(2) 
[Edward Grey Inst., Univ. Oxford, Dep. Zool., South Parks Rd,, Oxford OX1 3PS, England] 

Richards, William J , editor. PROCEEDINGS OF THF FIFTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON AQUATI 
HABITAT ENHANCEMENT, 3-7 NOVEMBER 1991, LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA, USA. Bull MM 5i 
55(2-3)'265-1359. 1994. FR 40(2) 

(Southeast Fish Cent,, NMFS, 75 Virginia Beach Dr., Miami, FL 33 149| Selected papers and abstracts imlext 
in this issue of Fisheries Review, 

Roll, Eugen, editor. MATHEMATICAL MODELLING IN LIMNOLOGY PAPERS PRESENTED AT THE FJR! 
[NTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE, 4-7 NOVEMBER 1992, INNSBRUCK, AUSTRIA Ecol. Modetl. 70(1 i):M7 

1 995. FR 40(2) 

[Arbeitsgtiippe Hydrobot., Inst. Boi , Univ. Innsbruck, Slernwarterstr, 1 5, A- 6020 Innsbruck, Austria) Select* 
papers indexed in tills issue of Fisheries Review. 

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Sampson, R Neil and David L. Adams, eduors ASSESSING FOREST ECOSYSTEM HEALTH IN THE INLAND 
WEST PAPERS FORM THE AMERICAN FORESTS WORKSHOP, NOVEMBER 14-20, 1993, SUN VALLEY, 
IDAHO, PARTU Sustain For 2(1/2), 1-220 1994 FR 10(2) 
Selected paper indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review 

Sampson, R. Neil and David L Adams, editors ASSESSING FOREST ECOSYSTEM HEALTH IN THE INLAND 
WEST. PAPERS FRQM THE AMERICAN FORESTS WORKSHOP, NOVEMBER 14-20, 1993, SUN VALLEY, 
IDAHO, PART II / Sustain for 2(3/4).221-4G1 1994 FR 40(2) 
(Am. For, Washington, DC] 

Talner, M. F and A, E Ellis, editors. NORDIC SYMPOSIUM ON FISH IMMUNOLOGY, LYSEKIL, SWEDEN, MAY 
1993. Fish & Shellfish Immunol 4(6)-403 '173. 1 994. FR 40(2) 

[Div. Evol, & Environ Biol., Inst Biol & Life Sci., Univ. Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8QQ, Scotland) Individual 
papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 

Tretlm, Carl C-; W. Michael Aust and Joe Wisniewski, co editors WETLANDS OF THE INTERIOR 
SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES. PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOUTHERN APPALACHIAN MAN AND THE 
BIOSPHERE (SAMAB) CONFERENCE ON WETLAND ECOLOGY, MANAGEMENT, AND CONSERVATION, 
KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE, 28-30 SEPTEMBER 1 993. Witter Air Soil Potlul 77(3-4):1 99-553. 1 994. FR 40{2) 

[Cenl Foresled Wetland Res., U S. For Serv., Southeast For.Exp Stn., 2730 Savannah Hwy, Charleston, SC 
294 1 4) Selected papers indexed in (his issue of fidienes Review. 

Wilson, Mary E-; Richard Levins and Andrew Spielman, editors. DISEASE IN EVOLUTION- GLOBAL CHANGES AND 
EMERGENCE OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES. PROCEEDINGS OF THE EMERGING DISEASES WORKSHOP, 
NOVEMBER 7-10, 1 993, WOODS HOLE, MASSACHUSETTS. Aim N V. Acad Set Vol. 740, 503p. 1994. FR 40(2) 
(Mount Auburn Hospital, Harvard Med. School, 330 Mount Auburn St, Cambridge, MA 0223fl 
lel:617 499-5026; fax.617-499-5495] Selected papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review, 

Wong, Yuk-Shan and Nora F. Y. Tarn, editors. ASIA-PACIFIC SYMPOSIUM ON MANGROVE ECOSYSTEMS. 
PROCEEDINGS OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE HELD AT THE HONG KONG UNIVERSITY OF 
SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, SEPTEMBER 1-3, 1993. Hyrfrotootogfa 295(1-3) 1-362 1995 FR 40(2) 

[Res Cent./Biol. Dep., Hong Kong Univ Sci. & Terhnol , Clear Water Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong] Selected 
papers indexed in this issue of Fisheries Review. 




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FR40(2) 171 1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Aaen, Bonny 

93-002411 
Aaidal, Leiv 
95-002255 
Haas, P. 

95-003B44 
Abltia-Caidenas, Leonardo Andies 

95-003202 
Able, Kenneth W. 

95-004223 
Abreu-Crobois, F Alberto 

95-002327 
Abreu, Paulo C. 

95-004079 
Abus-Els, Jniod S. 

95-003054 
Accra P., Arturo 
95-003112 
95-003263 
Acliazl, R. K. 
95-002412 
Achkaii-Begdcmri, A. 

95-004257 
Acosta Jimenez i Ernesto 

95-003378 
Acosta, Z. 

95-003596 
Adaclii, Shin j I 

95-002546 
AJamek, Zdenek 

95-002266 
Adams , A . 

95-003305 

Ail am s , An con 

95-003746 

95 -004 102 

Adams, Clark E. 

95-003735 

Adams, David L. 

95-003711 

95-003712 

Adams, Lowell W. 

95-003603 
Acid ink, Albert D. F. 

95-002638 
Adhikari, S. 
95-003515 
Adlandsvik, B. 

95-003457 
Adlandsvik, Ujorn 

95-003136 
Adlarstein, Sara A. 

95-004231 
AKttebjerg, Gunnl 

95-003/172 
Africa, Dana 
95-002505 
Agacdy, M. Tundl 

95-004103 
Agostinho, A, A. 

95-OD3781 
Agrawol, N. 

95-002386 
Able, Ronald C. 

35-003433 
Ahlgrcn, Inaemar 

95 -0034 5 4 
Ahmed, S. S. 
95-003413 
Ahokaa, J. T. 
95-003535 
Alda, Katsumi 
95-002576 
95-002620 
Aijon, J. 
9S-002422 



Aitzetinuller, Kurt 

95-003379 
AJayi, T. 0. 
95-004104 
Ajlboye, M. 

95-003330 
Akamine, Tntsuro 

95-003883 
Akram, Muhamnad 

95-003380 
Akbelman, KuL 

95-OD3S05 
Akitei, II. A. 
95-002520 
Akiitau, Hnaalmiu 

95-002289 
Al-Abood, A. Y. 

95-002414 
Al-Akel, A S. 

95-002413 
Al-Hassan, L. A. J. 

95-002414 
Al-llnsBim, Lalth A. J. 

95-002763 
Al-Huharinml, M. 

95-004150 
Alad-ln, N. V. 
95-003980 
Alum, M, J. 

95-002201 
Albert, E. 

95-003382 
Albert, P. 

95-003691 
Albrektsen, S. 

95-002415 

Albright, L. J. 

95-003346 

95-003451 

Albritton, Eric M. 

95-003604 
Aldenberg, T. 
95-003884 
Alexander, Chailcs B. 

95-002373 
Alexander, Mlcliael C. 

95-004063 
Alexander, Stephen 

95-002697 
Alexander, Veia 

95-003493 
Ail, M. A, 

95-002580 
Allaire, Holly 

95-003Q38 
Allan, Geoff L. 

95-002232 
Allan, J. David 

95-003195 
Allardt, Jean 

Q5-003507 
Allegrucci, Gluliana 

95-002662 
Allen-Gil, S. M. 

95-003494 
Allen-Gil f Susan 

95-003G01 

Allen, Cob 

95-002293 

95-002294 

Allen, Dennis M. 

95-002798 

95-002823 

Allen, Jamea M. 

95-003747 

Allen, Robert L. 

95-002940 



FR 40(2) 



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1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Allen, Stewart D 

95-003991 
Allonby, J. D. 

95-003235 
Allott, Timothy E. H 

95-003915 
Almeida, Fiank ['. 

<3S-QC2R2f, 
Almadovar, Ana 

95- 00313 7 
Monta, J . It. 
95-002422 
Altfatei, D. J. 
95 -0026<M 
95-1102685 
Alvarea, C. 

95-G04267 
Alvcs-Comes, lose A. 

95-002023 
Amadi, A. 

95-00410', 
Amandnkoon, II. P. 

95-002918 
Arabia rd, C. 

95-003031 
Ambrose, David A. 

05-002956 
Ambrose, R. F. 

05-002893 

Ambrose, lUchatd F. 
95-003108 
95-00)7*8 
Ameel, J, 

95-003456 
Amend, Donald F. 

95-002199 
American Society of Zoologists 

95-002825 
Amln, Omar M. 
95-003361 
Amarosi, Thomas 

95-003605 
An, Voung-il 
95-002416 
Anadon, Ramon 

95-002555 
Andersen, K. 
95-003396 
Andersen, K. I. 

95-003385 
Andersen, Oivind 

95-002516 
Andersen, T. II. 

95-GQJ014 
Andersen, Urd Bentc 

95-004251 
Anderson, Eugene N. 

93-003606 
Anderson, I. G. 

9"j-003'lll 
rtndarson, J. 
95-004234 
Anderson, John T. 

95-003222 

Anderson, Lee G. 

95-003607 

95-003608 

Anderson, Mark G. 

95-002168 
Anderson, Paul H. 
95-002417 
95-002652 

Anderson, Susan L. 
95-003495 
93-003496 
95-003538 



Anderson, Sydney 

95-003138 
Anderson, Todd W. 

95-002827 
Anderison, FHaabct 

95-002544 
Andersson, Evn 

95-002418 
Andcrsson, Rune 

95-0034GH 
Andcrsson, T 

95-003520 
And jus, U. K, 

93-002271 



Ando, Higanoti 

95-002'.2' r i 
Anrtrade, Fduardo H. 

95-004256 
Andrew, F,. 

95-003525 
Andrew, H L. 
93-003859 
Andrews, C. 

93-002J75 
Angel, Martin V. 

95-004105 
Angka, S. L. 
95-003303 
Angrndi, Ted R, 

95-003383 
Anma, Hajime 
95-002623 
Annand, H. Oitlstina 

95-003105 
Anslcy, Henry 

95-00410& 
Antonopoulou , EFttilmla 

95-002419 
Antsulevlcli, Alaxanier E. 

95-004080 

Antimes, J. Carlos 
95-003139 
05-004287 
Aoki, Ichiro 
95-004184 
Aoki, Shi go tu 
95-002525 
93-OOJ594 
Aoki, Taltastii 
95-002701 
95-00271? 
Aota, Sum! 

95-002529 
Appelbaum, Samuel 

95-004288 
Appy, fialpfi 

95-004289 
Aral, Ayamt 

95-002420 
Aral, HiroFutal 

95-002623 
Aral, Katautoahi 

95-002739 
Aral, Hobufiki 

95-002421 
Aralar, Emillano V. 

95-003512 
Arcvalo, B, 

95-002422 
Arheimer, Betlt 

95-003455 
Arias, J. 

93-002672 
Arimoto, T. 
95-003862 



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Arlmoto, Takafunii 

95-002416 

95-002651 
AnnUage, David 

95-003140 
Annltagc, P. 

95-004005 
Armour, Carl 



Axel rod, Herbert R. 

95-002202 

95-002203 
Axler , Richard 



Arndt, Steven K. A. 

95-002423 
Arnold, Connie it. 

95-003127 
Arnold, G. P 
95-003832 
Arnold, Michael L 

95-002663 
Arratia, Gloria 

95-0023/10 
Arthur, J. R. 
95-0033-62 
Arthur, J Richard 

95-003394 
Arzel, Jacqueline 

95-002261 
Asahina, KLyoslii 

95-002 '(24 
Asai, Masaomi 

95-002515 
Asoltine-Neilson, Debbie 

95-004188 
Aagard, Torbjorn 

95-002198 
Asgeirsson, Bjarni 

95-002425 
Astlc. L, 

95-002556 

Astthorsson, OlaEur S. 
95-003020 
95-003223 
Atkinson, B. A. 

95-003204 
Auclair, Allan N. D. 

95-003028 
Audet, C. 

95-003568 
Auer, Nancy A. 

95-001061 
Aulcrich, K. J. 

95-003531 
Auperln, B. 

95-0024 2 G 
Aupcrin, BenolL 

95-Q025L6 
Aurtoles-CambD.1, David 

95-002985 
Auro rte Ocarnpo h Ana 

95-003597 
Aust, H. Michael 

95-003727 
Austin, B. 

95-003301 
Austin, Herb 
95-00 dl07 
Avaklan, A. B. 

95-00(1058 
Avenant, N. L. 

95-003042 
Aveclanova, 0. V. 

95-003503 
Aviso, John C. 

95-002735 
Avit, J. L. B. 

95-001033 
Avsar, Duraun 
95-004108 



Axler, Richard P. 

95-00'.076 
Ayesh, A H. 
95-00'.2C9 
Ayinla, 0. A. 
95-003330 
Azcue , Jose M. 

95-003/.97 
Babey, Uciorge J. 

95-003609 
Babln, Patrick J. 
95-002G45 
95-0026'i6 
Baccnnte, Dominic 

95-00382'. 
Bachraann, Roget W. 

95-003913 
Backlel, Tadcuaz 

95-003487 
llada lament!, F. 

95-002956 
Baden, John A. 

95-003610 
Badonhorst, J. E. 

95-003578 
Baercnds, Geraid P. 

95-002752 
BBBJJC, Olc 

95-004109 
nailer, A. J. 
95-00268'. 
95-002605 
liailoy, G. S. 
95-003590 
Bailey, J Franklin 

95-003557 
Bailey, Kevin M. 

95-00282B 

Bailey, T, G. 

95-002427 

Bain, Mack B. 

95-004039 

Bain, Odlle 

95-003391 
llaitd, J. 



Bokftl, Robert S. 

95-003290 
Baker, J. A. 

95-002912 
BakQB, Michael J. 

95-002420 
Banker, Eclk 

95-002639 
Bakopouios, V. 

95-003305 
Bakry, Mohamed Fawzy 

95-003B35 
Italart, Edunrdo F. 

95-002341 
Baldwin, Carole C, 

95-002342 
Balk, L. 

95-003520 
Dallantyna, Jamea S. 

95-002434 
Balm, P. II. M. 

95-002429 

95-00249B 
Balon, Eugene K. 

95-002353 



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. .CONTINUED... 

Dalon, Eugene K 

95-002836 

95-003611 

05-003612 

95-003613 

95-004325 

Bamber, R. H. 

95-004082 
Bauuacu, D. 

95-004000 
Bandyoparthyay , Atrun 

95-002430 
Banerjee, Partha P. 

93-Q02431 
Banerjee, Subhadra 

93-002431 
Hanks, J. 

95-OQ3B47 
Banyatd, Jane 

95-00361'. 
Baquelro C. , t.rlk 

95-004110 
Baracco, ALun 

95-003614 
Barannikova, I. A. 

95-002432 
Baras, Etiennts 

95-002753 
Barnabc, Gilbert 

95-00', 111 
Barnes, J. A. 
95-003793 
Bainoa, J. Thomas 

95-003102 
Barnes, N. E 
95-003750 
Barnett, A, H. 

95-002693 
Barnetl, Arthur H. 
95-003108 
95-00<i289 
Darnhart, Roger A. 

95-004133 
Ilaron, V. D. 
95-002754 
Barr, Charles G. 

95-003809 
flartra, J. 

95-003460 
Barrlga, C. 

95-002454 
Barrlga, Ramiro 

95-003386 
Barriomievo, H, R. 

95-002471 
Barry, Terence P. 
95-002433 
95-002536 
Barsliaw, Diana E. 
95-002986 
95-0030B5 
Saras, William II. 

95-004112 
Bart, Henry L., Jr. 

95-003141 
Bartol, Ton\az 

95-004326 
Bacton, Kirnby N. 

95-002434 
Barus, Vlastlmil 
95-002343 
95-002344 
95-002390 
95-002391 
95-002913 
95-003142 



.CONTINUED .. 
Barus, Vlastlmil 

95-003143 
B.isolo, A. L 
95-002345 
Dassett, Charles E 

95-003914 

Bath, Alistalr 

95-003802 

95-003803 

Battarboe, Richard W. 
95-003915 
95-003976 
BatlPn. S. D 
95-OQ'.082 
Batten, Trevor F. C. 

95-002555 
Battoe, I.. B. 
95-003933 
95-003934 
95-003955 
Bauloh, Graham A. 

95-003869 
Baiunann, Paul C. 

95-003498 
Bnutlsto, M, H. 

95-002262 
Baxter, Ronald J. 

95-004034 
Bayle-Senipere, Just T. 

95-004113 

Baylltf, William ][. 
95-003739 
95-003743 
Beamish, F. William It. 

95-002924 
Beauchamp, David A. 

95-003224 
Beaumont, A. R. 

95-002664 
Beaumont, Andy R. 

95-002665 
Beaumont, W. 
95-004005 
Beaver, John R. 

95-003916 
Deck, B. B. 

95-003836 
Becker, Peter II. 

95-003013 
Beckman, B. It. 

95-002463 
Bedding ton, John 



IJeddow, Tonl A. 

95-002435 

95-003436 
Beeclier, Hal A. 

95-003616 
Beets, Janes 

95-004153 
Bents, Jim 

95-004114 
Begosai, A. 

95-003617 
flegiujj, G, 

95-003499 
Begum, M. 

95-002201 
Behnke, Robert J. 

95-003843 
Bejerano, Ytzhak 

95-003313 
Bell, G, 

95-004062 
Bell, J, D, 

95-002961 



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AUTHOR INDEX 



Bell. Johann D. 

95-003789 

Belli Kelvin 

95-003815 

95-004115 

95-fld'ill6 

Dell, Michael A. 

95-002755 
Belli Susan S. 

95-0042-12 
Belova, N. V. 
95-003237 
95-002141 
Belsey, Jin 

95-003618 
Den-Dora, N. 
95-002675 
95-002676 
Bcnetti, Daniel D. 

95-003103 
Benfey, Tlllraann J. 

95-002423 

Bengtson, D. A. 

95-002495 

95-0025-17 

Bengtason, Lara 

95-003475 
Beimemann, Sirlei Tercalnhn 

95-003144 
Bennett, L. W. 

95-003558 
Bennett, H. D. 

95-002351 

Bennlke, Ole 

93-003154 

Benoit, D. A. 

95-00353'. 

Benson, Barbara J. 

95-003959 
Benson, John A. 

95-004117 
Benton, J. 

95-003934 
Benton, John W. 

95-003917 
Betcovior, Hervc 

95-003312 
Berg, Erik 

95-002384 
Berg, T. 

95-002621 
Berge, Ccrd Eikeland 

95-002437 

Berger, Tina 

95-004118 

Berggren, Hans 

95-003468 

Becgh. * 

95-003306 
Bergltind, Ingemat 

95-002419 

95-002935 
Berlatein, James 

95-002263 
Dem, II. A. 

95-002513 

95-002596 
Bernal Morales, Laura 

95-002264 
Barry, Charles R., Jr. 

95-003027 
Berry, Patrick 

95-002987 
Bet thloume , L. 

95-003376 
Besslio, Yoahltaka 

95-002700 



Best, Warren Masllii 

95-004252 
Ilcqtgen, Kevin R 

95-003160 
Bet?, Carter I. 

95-003B1J 
Bevcrldgc, I. 
95-003390 
Bcverldge, Malcolm C. H, 

95-002176 
Beveiton, R. J. H 

95-00291'. 
Bgestrand, Jena 

95-003943 
Bhattachaiya, Samir 

95-002430 
Bickharo, J. W 

95-002666 
Illeger, lliorben 

95-003571 
Biering, Elrik 

95-003363 
illllard, R. 

95-002531 
Blllnrd, Roland 

95-002619 
Bllong Bilong, C. F. 

95-003383 
Bingliam, Willie Hinea, Jr. 

95-003350 
Birgl, K. 

95-003383 
Biro, P. 

95-003191 
Biro, Peter 

95-004059 
Bishop, C. 

95-004234 
Bishop, C. A. 
95-003204 
Bivens, Rick Dwaln 

95-003145 
Ujaldancs, L, F. 

95-003590 
Bjerselius, B 

95-002756 
Bjordal, Aammnl 

95-002256 
BJorndal, Karen A. 

95-003030 
Djomsson, Bjorn Tli. 

95-002582 
Blober, Stephen J. H. 

95-003120 
Black, Hniaha Carolyn 

95-003500 
Blackburn, J. 
95-002474 
Blals, J. 

95-004254 
Blake, Gerard 

95-003976 
Blakcaley, Barbara A. 

95-003357 
Dlanclier, Eldon C. II 

95-003751 
Blau, S. Forrest 

95-003060 

Blay, J. , Jr. 

95-00298B 

Klindhoim, J. 

93-003457 

Bllndhelm, Johan 

95-004192 
Block, Barbara A. 
95-002683 



FR 40(2) 



177 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



lllouiii, Mate A. 

95-003444 
IU ou in, It. 

9*1-004234 
Bnlnsk.1, tl. 

9 r i -001847 
11 ore AH fu so , Juan 

95-003865 
Boelnly, R. A. 

'I 1 ) -003 7 50 
Hurip-nmll Lei , Don 



Unilo, Pater 

95-0(13984 
BOP get i Walttn A. 



Bocsgciiud , Lars 

05-0025(19 
BoL, Philippe 

95-003507 
Ikiotiui. luge 

95-003861 
llocl ticlioir, W. C. 

95-002146 
llticv, A. A. 

91-002432 
llogi'ld, J-ui 

95-OO241B 
llogla, M. A. 
91-Q0158J 
llugatad, BJfiLlc 

95-002989 
riofttit-ikaya, N. G. 

911-002667 
BoBWdld, J. 

95-003287 
Bohnaach, James A. 

95-0011119 
Bolx, D. 

95-OOlilfiB 
Boltlen, S. K, 



Rolen, Eric G. 

03-003967 
Holkei, J. A. 
95-Q02BZ9 
BoU, M. C. 

95-002750 
HoLten, Alan D, 

95-003038 
Ilorabace, G. 

93-00'il2() 
Bombace, Glnvnnnl 

93-004121 
Uimamy, V. 

93-002991 
llondad-Reantaso, Helha G. 

95-00339'i 
Ronlioirine , F raneois 

95-002724 
Donneau, Donald L,. 



nosiiienu, Joseph L. 

95-003225 
Bonometto, Lorenzo 

95-002347 
lioon, Trevor W. 

95-004181 
Dooccn, A. M. 

93-003602 
Doolli, David J. 

95-002830 
BorcitaidL, Dietrich 



Borderiaa, A. J. 

95-004267 



Borg, EJ 

95-002'.38 

Horg, Dertll 

95-002418 

95-002419 

Borg, Thomas K. 

95-002392 
Borlongan, I. G. 

95-002262 
Borovec , Zdenek 

95-003458 
Borrebaek, Ilotgar 

95-002631 
Dorsa, Philippe 

95-002724 

Borskl, R. J. 

95-002649 

Bortonc, Stephen A 
95-002952 
95-004122 
Bosakowski, Thomas 

95-002192 

Bouchard, Pierre 

95-003B02 

95-003803 

Bouchon-Navaro, Yolande 

95-004190 
Bouchon , Claude 

95-004190 
Boudewijn, T. J. 

95-003513 
Bougrova, Ljudmila A. 

95-003752 

Boutilier, R. G. 

95-002452 

95-002453 

Bowles, Edward C 

95-003967 

Bowser, P. R. 

95-003361 

95-003375 

Bowser, Paul R. 

95-003320 
BoxaU, Peter 
95-003802 
95-003803 
Boyd, A. J. 

95-004167 

Boyd, Claude E. 

95-002177 

95-002190 

Boyd stun, L. D, 

95-002885 
Boyer, J. 

95-004254 
Boyer, Marvin G. 
95-003501 
95-003502 
Boyle, C. R. 
95-003558 
Bnynton, Allan C, 

95-003146 
Brabrand , Age 

95-003918 
Bradley, Brian P. 

95-002330 
Brana, Florentine 

95-003122 
Branch, George M. 

95-004163 
Brand, D. 

95-003547 
Branden, Kevin L. 
95-003753 
95-003810 
95-004123 



FR 40(2) 



178 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Grander, K. M. 

95-002831 

95-001233 
Urander, Keith 

95-004124 
Brandt, T. 

95-0&22S2 
Braun, Christopher 11. 

95-002<i39 
Braunbeck, T. 

95-002583 

Bray, R A 

95-003384 

95-003385 

95-003420 

Bray, Rodney A. 

95-003406 
Bra/ner, Jolm C. 

95-003147 

Breden, Fells 

95-002697 

95-002757 

Brennnn, G P. 

95-003438 
Brenn.an, S . E.. 

95-003535 
Brenner, Hatk 

95-003919 
Bretschko, G. 
95-003985 
Brett, Michael T. 

95-OOJ927 
Broiikel, Bert-Jan 

95-002638 

Breiikclanr, Audio W 
95-003091 
95-003920 
Brewer, Andrea 

95-003517 
Briassoulis, Helen 

95-003754 
Brlctinrrt, Pleirc 

95-0031411 
Dridgwatcr, H. D 

95-0040B2 
Briffa, K. It. 
95-003234 

Murk K. 
95 -0039 S6 
Brinkmnim , Uwe K. 

93-003798 
Brinon, J. G. 
95-002422 
Drilo, Alberto 

95-004122 
Brix:, Olc 

95-0026B7 
BroadbenL, TimoUiy Dale 

95-OOA083 

Brock, Kicharil E, 

95-OD4L25 

95-004126 

Brodin, Lennart 

95-002509 
Brognn, Hlctiael W. 



Brooka, Andrew 

95-003775 
Brooks, Daniel R. 

95-OD33BG 
Broods, Ronald C, 

95-002915 
Bros set, A. 

95-003226 
Browser, Richard C. 

95-002990 



Browcler, Richard G. 

95-002990 
Brown, EAR 

95-002Q32 
Drown, Eileen K. 

95-004259 
Blown, G M 

95-002580 
lltown, J. Anne 

95-003600 
Brown, K. 

95-002819 
Brown, Lauian E. 

95-003619 
Brown, Michael L. 

95-002440 
Biown, Patricia Stocking 

95-003620 
Brown, Paul B. 

95-0022&5 
Brown, Rnss,eLl W. 

95-003621 
Brown, Thomas C. 

95-003991 
Biownlee, Shannon tl. 

95-00286] 
Brownlow, C. Alexander 

95-003987 
lUiice, Barry D. 

95-00325/ 
Brucklcr, Rita M. 

95-002615 
Bruhelm, T. 

95-003291 
Rrnna , M . 

95-003489 
Brimstrom, Bjorn 

95-003517 
Biuton, Michael N. 
95-002J72 
95-003613 
95-003622 
95-003623 
95-004327 
Bry, C. 

95-002991 
Bryan, James D. 

95-003110 
Bryant, H. S. 
95-003351 
Bryant, Mit-haol J. 
95-0027511 
95-002771 
Bryden, Helena B. 

95-OOU28 
Draotiohaty, Rostlslnv 

95-002348 
Buch, Erik 

95-003237 
Buchanan, Hike 

95-003755 

Buckley, Raymond M. 

95-002984 

95-003756 

95-003829 

Buckley, Troy W. 

95-002992 
Buckworth, K. C. 

95-003875 
Buckworth, Rik C, 

93-003869 
Budimawan, H, 
95-00310'i 
Bugley, Karen E. 

95-004127 
Bugrov, Leonid Yu. 
95-002241 



FR 40(2) 



179 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



. . .CONTINUED... 
llugrav, Leonid Yu. 
05-001752 
95-O03757 
95-OQ387B 
IHiijrava, Ljuilmlla A. 

95-003757 
IHikovskaya, 0. S. 

95-002432 
Bulak, James S. 

95-001060 
Bulger, Arthur J, 

95-003150 
Hull, Ann Scarborough 

95-003758 
llulow, Frank J. 

95-004052 

Bundrick, Charles H. 

05-002952 

95-004122 

Dunn oil, Paul R. 

95-003313 

95-003314 

Bunton, Traclc E. 

95-003307 
Bur, Michael T. 

95-003388 
liurger, Carl V. 

95-002916 
Burgess, Warren E. 

95-003258 
Burgliardti Jutta 

95-003331 
Burk, S, W. 

95-003044 
Burke, Tom 

95-003028 
Burlakov, A. B, 
95-002441 
95-003503 
Burnett, Jay 
95-002824 
Burntiam-Curtis, Mary K. 

95-002668 
Bucnlcy, Timothy W. 

95-004051 
Burns, J. C, 
95-002710 
Durpee, C. Gaye 

95-004230 
Burr, Drooka M 

95-003283 
Burrows, M. T. 

95-002759 
Dura Ian, S. J. 

95-003531 
Burton, H. P. H. 

95-002535 
Burton, Thomas M. 

95-002970 
Busby, Richard T. , Jr. 

95-002993 
Buasieres, D. 
95-003463 
Butler, David G. 

95-002442 
Butler, James 
95-003988 
Buxton, C. D 
95-003213 
Byeradorfer, Susan C. 

95-003860 
Byrne, P. J. 
95-003315 
Cacaci, Thomas 

95-003300 
Cada, Glenn F. 
95-003880 



Cahoon, L. B. 
95-003044 
Cal, H. P. 

95-002191 
Cai, II. Z. 

95-002242 
Cailteun, Richard L 

95-002994 

Cain, Curtis 

95-004227 

Caira, J. N, 

95-003JB9 

Cake, Max H. 

95-002443 

Caldarone, Elaine H. 

95-002669 
Caldwell, Colleen A. 

93-002444 
California Department of Fish anil Game 

95-004128 
Callaghnn, R M. 

95-003049 
Camaro, Sekou RalLa 

95-003107 
Camargo, Julio A. 

95-003767 

Cambray, Jim 

95-002833 

95-003228 

Cambray, Jim A. 

95-002917 
Campana, Steven E. 

95-003105 
Campbell, Cathl I.. 

95-003038 
Campbell, R. A. 

95-003390 
Campbell, W. Bruce 

95-002445 
Campos, W. L. 
95-004129 
Canadian Wildlife Service 

95-004130 

Canfield, Daniel E., Jr, 
95-003935 
95-003941 
Canino, Michael F. 

95-002669 
Cantatiire, P. 
95-002670 
Caragltsou, E, 

95-002995 
Cardullo, P. A. 

95-003044 
Careau, Itelenc 

95-003504 
Carey, Francis G. 

95-002953 
Carey, T. G. 
95-003285 
Cargill, ! 

95-003162 
Carignan, Mario 0. 

95-003505 
Carl, L. M. 

95-002954 
Carlos, G. M. 
95-004324 
Carlson, Clarence A. 

95-004333 
Carlson, D. D. 

95-004084 
Carmlchael, Janice R. 

95-002446 

Cameiro, N, M. 

95-002447 



FR 40(2) 



180 



1993 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Caron, F. 

95-003691 
Carpenter, E. 

55-003323 
Carpenter, Kent F. 

95-0023 49 
Carr, Arnold H- 

95-004127 
Carreon-Lagoe, J. 

95-0021.78 

95-003624 
Carreto, Jose I . 

9S-GQ.3505 
Carrillo, H. 

95-002537 

95-002538 
Carrillo, Manuel 



Carroll, Joe II. 

95-004063 
Carroll, S 

95-0024 40 
Carru, Anna-Marie 

95-003507 
Carscadtlen, J E. 
95-002 a3K ( 
95-002886 
Casey, J, W. 
95-003375 
Casey i John G. 

05-003121 
Casey, H. H. 
95-002(192 
Cassani, John R. 

95-003838 

Cast am os, M. 

95-002179 

95-002243 

Castell, John D. 

95-002628 
Caste 111, Manola 

95-002671 
Castillo, Gonzalo C. 

95-004017 
Castillo, R. 
95-00*1131 
Castro, J. 

95-002672 
Caateo, Hargacida 

95-003885 
Catacutan, M. R. 

95-002202 
Cataudaila, Stelano 

95-002662 
Cau, A. 

95-002742 
Cavari, B. 

95-0026BG 
Coza, Natlialie 

95-002760 
Cech, Josepli J. , Jr. 

95-002616 
Cedenn, Alcihlndes A. 

95-002352 
Colander, Halin 



Cerda, Joan 

95-0024/.9 
Cespedea, Itcnato 



ChabaTiat, Pascole 

95-OOA132 
Chnbaud, Alain G. 

95-003391 
Chair, H. 

95-003311 



Chamberlain, Gcmge W, 

95-0022'. ' 
Chamberlain, Robert 11. 

95-0041J3 
Charapalfiert, G 

95-002761 
Chan, lUian M. 

93-003625 
Chan, D. K. 0. 

95-002C73 
Chan, Ivan Kwok Ktien 

95-002673 
Chan, K. M. 

95-003506 
Chandler, Hark 

95-003392 
Chandrakanthi, W. H. b. 

95-003332 
Chandrasoma, J. 

95-002918 
Chanet, Bruno 

95-003259 

Chang, J. T. 

95-002707 

Chaplcau, Francois 
95-003126 
95-003'i35 
Chapman, Colin A. 

95-003392 
Chapman, Lauren J. 

95-003392 
Chapman, Robert H. 

QS-00267'i 
Charter, Richard [,. 

95-002856 
Chawvaud, Laurent 

95-002619 
Chauvot, Claude 

95-004111 
Chaven-Ramoa, Humbcrto 

95-003202 

Clieema, Abdul Hajecd 
95-002(,50 
95-002593 
Chen Min 

95-002410 
Chen Yin mi 

95-003284 
Chun, I. H. 

95-003308 
Chen, I..-S. 

95-003819 
Chen, M, X. 

95-003377 
Chen, QinB 

95-003307 
Chen, S. H. 

93-00252't 
Chun, S.-N. 

95-003425 

Chen, T, T. 

95-002451 

95-002596 

95-002750 

Chen, Thomas T. 

95-002710 
Chen, X. N. 

95-003307 
Chen, Y.-f.. 

95-00274'. 
Chen, Z. D. 

95-003308 
Chen, Z. Y. 

95-002688 

Cheney, Daniel 

95-003759 



FR 40(2) 



181 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



{.lln'iig, Cliiia M 

95-01);"', r il 
tlH'oiiu, (!li in How 

( JD-00?91H 
<:li(M-c><ikin, To IP'S a K. 



OHM Inn, N. II. 
O 1 )- 002671 



Clu-Mci iknlf , Audio 

U-i-OlH'iO/ 
< lifv.il lei , f'laiuliiu' 



vipuil, M.nc 
95-OQTJG7 



) r >~OU29<J7 
till Ui.it a, Yoshlkimi 

9'i-00? r i77 
(liiliUots, ,lami"i I. 

<J3-00?955 
c.liin, OiPgoiy U. 

OD-003/fiO 
Cliinnliut, S, 



cin P. 

iv 

Uiltty, Hlt'luiol C. 



CIHu, J. !'. 

93-U0235I1 
ChLctiowski., IQH F 



Clio, Youiift-Jp 
9!-0(t'i253 

Cliol, liycong-nno 
93-002195 



Chill , Gwiii 
9 r >-003 
(.Uiii , Young- loon 



Uiopin, K S. 

<J1-00)flfi2 

( H ,lHi]ll[[, 1.. K. 



niird, fih li lu in A, 

-004 13 ft 

tcii'ion, J. MloUnol 



f.hrlsLoiiscn, V. 

05-003698 
ChrlHLlnnaoii, Joiften s. 

05-002540 
ChrlsLln, Siiann J. 
95-0034711 

plicr^BH, ItciiL 
95-002631 
icane/, G, 



tlliunjj, KiiiB-Tluim 

95- 003 309 
C]iii|)iikhin, V. hi. 



<;irliLH, C.hnilea E. 

9 r )-00350l 

93-003 r >QZ 
Rippiolcwskl, Wladyslaw 

95-003100 



-CONTINUED... 
Ctep le lewski, Wladyslaw 

93-003921 
Cillauircn, E. 

93-OOftl35 
Clpilnno, ROLCO C. 

95-003310 
Cirlno, John 
95-003755 
Cltadlnt-ZaneLtc, Vanlldc 

93-002999 

Clniieaux, G. 

95-002ft52 

95-002453 

Clark, Anne B. 

95-002820 

Clnck, EuBcnlo 

95-002762 

95-002Q53 

Claifc, Julia A. 

95-002259 
Clark, Richard D. 

95-00382ft 

Clark, Susan 

95-003761 

Clnrk, W. H. 

95-004047 

Clark, Wayne 

95-003141 

Clarke, Thomas A. 

93-002919 
Clatka, W. Craig 

95-00247ft 
Clavljo, I. E, 

95-003044 

Clavija, Ilcana E. 

95-002920 

95-003005 

Clay, Clarence S. 

95-003886 
Clay, William H. 

95-003151 
Clem, I,. William 

95-002711 
Clement, J. G. 

95-0023B8 
Clifford, J. 
95-OOft062 
Clifton, Kari B. 

95-003057 
Cline, Ken 

95-002193 
Clocchiatti, Saniiio 

95-002206 
Cloe, William W. Ill 

95-00299G 
Clop ton, D. A. 

95-003893 
Clopton, R. E, 

95-003B93 
Cloutraan, Donald G. 

95-00339J 

Goad, Brian W. 

95-002763 

95-003260 

Coblentz, llruce E. 

95-002921 
Cocchio, Lisa Anna 

95-003500 
Cohen, Haurio J. 

95-003799 
CoJborn, Theo 

95-003509 

Colbourne, K, 

95-004234 

Colbourne, Eugene 

95-002901 



HI 40(2) 



182 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Colby, Peter J. 

95-003229 
Cole, Kathleen S 

95-002352 
Col eman, Kristlnc 

95-002820 
Colin, Patrick L. 

95-002329 
ColL, Joaet 

95-00419B 
C&llazoa, H, F. 

95-002454 
Colletta, Bruce H 
95-002319 
95-003627 
95-003701 
Collie, N. L 
95-00250* 
Collier, Tracy K. 

95-002497 
Collin, P. Y. 
95-003691 
Collins, K. J 
95-003762 
95-003772 
Collins, Mark R. 

95-002908 
Coloso, R. M. 
95-Q022&2 
Conbrink, S. 
95-003922 
Conanil i Francois 

95-003107 
ConceicflQ de Soura-Stevaux, Maria 

95-002999 
Cone, Bavltl K. 

95-003394 
Congtlon, Bradley C, 

95-002678 
Congleton, J. I" 

95-003367 
Cunlln, Barbara E. 

95-004149 
Conlon, Michael S. C. 

95-OOJ923 
Connaughton, Martin A. 

95-002932 
Connor, Larry 

95-002994 
Connor, Rlcluud C 

95-0027*4 
Connors, V. A. 

95-00390.0 

Con tr eras- Baldcras, Snlvailoi 
95-002C81 
93-003261 
Coiway, D. V. P. 

95-00233'i 
Coiiway, Dennis A. 

95-003709 
Coombs, K. 

55-003329 
Coote, G. E. 
95-00311'. 
Co[>p P Gordon II. 

95-002765 
Coppock, Robert 

95-003545 
Corcoran, Eugene F. 

95-0035B2 
Cordova Medina, Senen 

95-00220^ 
Coitea, Enric 

95-002835 

Cortes, R, H. V. 

95-002871 



Cosson, Incky 

95-002619 

Costa, H H. 

95-003763 

93-003704 

COB ton- Clements, L. 

95-00190G 
Coston-Clementa, Linda 

95-004220 
Couglilan, Beth A. K 

95-003064 
Coughlin, D. I 
95-002455 
95-002456 
Coiilorabe, H. 
95-004254 
Counts, B. V. 
95-003694 
95-002685 
Courtenay, Simon 

95-003510 
Cousins, Katharine L. 

95-003286 

Covcney, M. F. 

95-003933 

95-003934 

95-003951 

Cover, Clmtle-, E. 

95-003352 
Coving ton. W, Wallace 

95-003628 
COK, Hark 

95-002650 
Cox, W. 11. 

95-003637 
Crabb, A. Chariot 

95-003649 
Ciabtrce, H. F. 

93-002951 
Ciabtteo, Roy E. 

95-OQ2/.57 
CiaCt, I,. L. 
95-002893 
Craig, J. Stephen 

95-003629 
Craig, Steven R. 

95-002450 
Grain, Patrick 

95-003000 
Crapo, Chailos A. 

95-004259 
Craved!, J, P. 

95-003311 
Craved!, J.-!' 

95-002556 
ciawford, J. Kent 

95-00377'. 

Crawford, Stephen S. 
95-002353 
93-002836 
Crawford, Steve 

95-002994 
Creech, Sieve 

95-OQM37 
Crcspo, C. 

95-002422 
Ciim, Laurence W, 

93-002260 
Crisman, Tiiomas L. 
95-003916 
93-003929 
Ccockett, Elizabeth L, 

95-002609 
Crockford, Tony 

95-002475 

Crooke, Stephen J, 
93-004202 



FR 40(2) 



1B3 



199S 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Croxall, J. I". 

95-003001 
Criimplnn, J. E. 

95-003933 
Ciruywap.en, G. C. 



Gsnnyl, ViliiioQ 



93-002791 
C-iiivaf), Imre 
95-002246 
CucchJ CollGCHil, Angel D, 

95-003505 
("til Ion, Pnula 

9H-003990 
Culver, David A. 

93-002220 

Curaiunnatung.il P. !( T. 
95-002403 
95-002508 
95-003152 
Cuimiiigg, Sandra L. 

93-004136 
Cunjflk, Ulclmrd A. 

9'i-002'i23 
Oinnerr, Susan Leftwicli 



Cunningham, Fmma J. 

95-003393 
Ciirr-lono, N. 

93-003030 
CurriB, R. G. 



Curtla, Mlchnel D. 

fl5-Q037<>7 



Cwvln-Arolnf, Maria Lourdes A. 

95-003512 
Cyr, Stoplinnc 

95-003899 
C^ajkowski, Stephen P. 

93-002837 
D'Aima, G. 

93-002956 
d'Cruz, Titto 

9S-OOU37 
D'lU'i, Frnnk M, 

95-00'.061 
Donn, Niclg 

95-003163 



95-00/1139 
Dnoc, Tom A. 

95-003626 
Dolil, Jona3 

95-003/190 
Dalilo, Goic 

93-002679 
Dalboy, Steven Ray 

95-003230 

Kevin M. 

95-003231 
Ualmo, E. A. 

95-0032B7 
Damlonovlc, I. 



Daniel, Karen L. 

95-002838 
Dnnlola, Kevin 

95-003676 
Daniels, U. A. 

95-003002 
Dnnnor, Erie M. 

93-OOA140 

95-004241 
Dannevig, Birglt II. 

95-002397 



Das, Tapash 
95-002/159 
95-002603 
Dashwood, [t, H. 

95-003590 
Datta Hunshi, J S. 

95-003516 
Daubenmlre, S. 

95-003602 
Dauvnlter, V. A. 

95-003560 
Davidson, Fraser 

95-003888 
Davidson, William S. 

95-002695 
Davids son, Torbjoni 

95-003/i75 
Davles, Bryan 

95-003779 
Davles, D. II. 
95-002578 
Davies, Ronald W. 

95-003063 
Davies, S. J. 
95-002590 
Davia, Alexander 

95-003924 
Davie, Gerald 

95-00/1298 

Davis, K. B, 

95-002680 

Davis, M. W. 

95-0027Bft 

Davis, Scott A. 

95-002770 
Davis, William B. 

95-002258 
Davison, Andrew J. 

95-003365 
Davison, Matthew D. 

95-003365 
Davison, W. 

95-002/160 
Davydova, Svetlana V. 

95-0041H1 
Dawe, Sheila C. 

95-003355 
Dawson, M. 

95-003461 
Day, J. 

95-003461 
Day, J. W, 

95-QO'.096 
De Andres, V. 
95-002578 
de Dernardl, R. 

95-003925 
De Bont, A. F. 

95-003850 

de Carvalho, Marcelo R. 
95-002366 
95-003262 
De Decker e, E. 

95-003975 
de Flguelrcdo, J. L. 

95-003617 
de Flguelredo, Jose L. 

95-003262 
de Kinkelin, P. 

95-003367 
de la HOUQ, Joel 

95-002326 
de la Rosa-Velez, J. 

95-002692 

de la Soledad Tordeaillas t Maria 
95-002909 



FR 40(2) 



184 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



ne leenheer, A P 

95-003311 
de lo<5 Henera-Veg.1, Maria 

95-002327 
de Lourdei, Lo/ano, Maria 

93-003261 
dc Sostoa, A. 

95-003999 
De Swnrt, Blk L. 

95-003576 
de VoogL, P. 

95-003513 

dc Vos, V. 

95-004328 

dc YOUTIE. Brad 

95-003222 

95-QQ3B88 

IJearstyne, Ted 

95-002820 
Bab, Debal 

95-003003 
Debeljnk, LJublca 

95-002266 
Decker, Dnnlel J. 
95-003631 
95-003661 
Deilii Juaailt 
95-002287 
pagan! , Gad 

95-002461 
DEgarriuiii, Erik 

05-00356'. 
Deguclii, Yoshiaki 

93-003341 

Dehnainie, M. 

95-003311 

Dehli, A. K. 

05-OOZ592 

Dnlnn, A. K. 

9S-002742 

del KottQ-Campos, A. G- C. 
95-002957 



Delahunt, D. 
95-003U5 
Dclnroa, V. 

95-002360 

Doliaalna, T. G. 

95-002401 

95-002B16 

DeMartlni, E. E. 

95-002893 

DcMarLlni, Edwaid E. 
95-00 2 8HQ 
95-003108 
Demera , K. . 

95-003009 
Dempion, -I- B. 

95-001910 
den Beaten, Plcter J. 

95-003519 
Denrnan, Kenneth L. 

95-00*1 W2 
DenucB, J. Manuel 

95 -002') 7 8 
Dcingon. K. I.. 

95-002*162 

dcs Clots, S. 

95-00339& 

Doaaunay, Yves 

95-002933 

95-003115 

Deactiaux, P. 

95-002633 

Dcacy, J.-P. 

93-003058 



Dosproz, D. 

95-002205 
Devecchi, Monica 

95-0023'il 

DCVEHd, S. 

55-003320 
DeVries, A I.. 

95-002507 
DeVries, Dennis K. 

95-003232 
Dcwallly, Eric 

95-00350'. 
Dessfuli, Bah i am S. 

95-003181 
Dtwnanjayft, Sanncgowda 

95-00'.255 
Biallo, H. 

95-002556 
Diamant, Ariel 

95-003397 
Diana, James S. 

95-002267 
Diaz Reyes, Lilla Marina 

95-003288 
Dick, lames R. 

95-002628 
UickhoFE, W. W. 

95-002463 
Dickhoff, Walton W. 

95-002'i66 
Dickson, Katliryn A. 

95-002'.6'i 

Dickson, R. R. 

95-003233 

95-00323'. 

Dlclil, Walter J. 

95-002560 
Dieperink, Christian 

95-00300^. 
Dlewert, Ron E. 

95-004313 
DlFrancoi Jeanne 

95-003450 
Dlllane, H, G. 

95-004030 
Ding, Y. Y. 
95-002253 
95-002486 
Dlrksen, S. 

95-003513 
Dltton, Bob 

95-003632 
Ditty, James G. 

95-002923 
Divanacli, Pascal 

95-002247 

Dixon, B. A. 

95-003311 

Dlxon, D. G. 

95-003497 

Dixon, Rupert 

95-003514 
Docker, Margaret F. 

95-002924 
Dodrill, Jon H. 

95-004145 
Dodson, J, J. 
95-0034&3 
Doeg, T, J. 

95-003765 
Doherty, F. G, 

95-003555 
Domain, Francois 

95-003107 
Dommasnes, A. 
95-004143 



FR 40(2) 



185 



1995 



AUTHOR INDLX 



Donald, John A 

95-0026JO 
Donaldson, rdw.ml 

95-OOJ607 
Donaldson, Paul L. 

95-0029?0 



Denial 1 1, I'rtincesLO 
95-002206 

DtmelS, 2 S. 

93-003356 
DOUR SlilMilgHli 

93-00223'i 
Donnelly, Riclmid 

95-004097 
Donnelly, Hichaul E. 

93-OOJB39 
Honoso, Toiesa G 

95 -00 3 '(GO 
Duiiing!!, Germaine 

95-002619 
Dot el, Didier 

55-002933 
notes, R. H. 
95-00259'. 
Dm in, Dominique 

95-002403 
Dotoshov, Saiga I, 

95-002219 
DoLscy, Siiztinne E. 

95-003074 
Dosdnt, A. 

95-002?17 

Doty, Danlol 1'.. 

95-00298A 

95-003766 

93-OOH829 

DoiiBla^, David K. 

95-003917 
Douglas, Neil II. 

95-003153 
DnnaLnii, M, A. 

95-003889 
Dow, 0. S. 

95-002207 
Downing, Nigel 

95-OOJ199 
Doyle, John P. 

95-004259 
Drake, David C. 

95-00'(103 
D i edge, M. C. L. 

95-003875 
Dclcdiic, W, R. 

95-002606 
Diiedzlp, William R, 

95-002609 
Diinkwaloi, Konnctli F. 

95-00'il51 
Diolet, llarbaia S. 

95-00336'. 
Dtonmeir, Wolfgang 

95-003353 
Drouln, Hclene A, 

95-002326 

Ilnickci, E. G. 

95-00235(1 

93-002362 

Drum, Ann S. 

95-003313 

95-00331/1 

dii Picea, II. II. 

95-003578 
Dili Xi.ioyan 

95-002239 
Duan, Cunnilng 
95-002'i66 



Uuarte, Sergio 

95-002223 
Duaute, Sergio A. 

95-003263 
Dubnor, Barry Hart 



Duhois, Nicole 

95-002485 
DufE, Don 

95-003749 
Duf field, John W. 

95-003991 
Duf field, Richard M. 

95-003006 
Dugan, P J. 
95-003633 
Duhatt V. , Marcel 

95-002897 
Duke, A. 

95-003675 

Dunel - Erb , Suzanne 
95-002355 
95-002526 
Dunham, Rex A. 

95-00273B 
Dunnigan, John II. 

95-004290 
Dim(.on, William A. 

95-002708 
Dunstan, Graeme A. 

95-004273 
DuPont, Joseph Ilichael 

95-003992 

Diiranthon, It. 

95-002991 

Dushklna, L. A. 

95-002480 

95-004170 

DuLta, II, M, 

95-003515 

95-003516 

DuWora, Elaine 

95-003802 

95-003803 

Dwyer, John F. 

95-003634 
Dwyer, William P. 

95-003863 
Dyer, Chiistoplier L. 

95-003635 
Dykova , Iva 

95-003397 

Eales, J. G. 

95-002640 

Earle, John L. 

95-003278 

95-003280 

Eastman, J. T. 

95-002507 
Eastman, Joseph T. 

95-002356 
Eaton, D. R. 
95-003832 
Ebellng, Alfred 

95-003775 
Ebisawa, Chika 

95-002287 
Echelle, Alice F. 

95-002681 
Echelle, Anthony A. 

95-002681 
Eddy, F. B. 

95-002448 
Edmondaon, W. T. 

95-003926 

Edwards, Alasdair J. 
95-003761 



FR 40(2) 



186 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Edwards, Gary 

95-003636 
Edwards, Gary B 

95-003716 
tfanov, V. N. 

95-002839 
Effendl, I. 

95-003304 
EftliimioiL, St&fan 

95-002247 
Efting, Arts 

95-003.B93 
hgEinton, S , 

95-002467 
Fgp,ol<l, Bradley T 

95-003057 
Fgna, H. 



ElUe, D H. 

95-003340 
Elleitson, C. D. 

95-002647 
Einarsson, Sigurduir H 

95-0030B6 
Eisemaich, Steven J. 

95-003') 85 
BlsBruher, H. 
95-QQ131B 
Eisner, Sherry Anne 

93-003007 
Elsnisr, Wendy R. 

95-00313'. 
Eklov, Petar 
95-002901 
Eldar, Avl 

93-003312 
Elder, Nicholas J. 

95-002293 
Eldildgc, Maxwell D 

95-002925 
Eleby, Hi anil on 

QS-00267<i 
Eliohu, Noa 

y5-0025'i9 
Ellersloch, Hark R. 

95-003550 
EUcrtsen, HJornar 
93-OQ3013 
95-003088 
Elliot, Uoliart Tec 

95-OD3008 
Elliott, J, A. 

95-003-235 
Elliott, J. H. 



95-003235 
Ellis, A. E. 

95-002625 
Mils, Denifae M. 

95-002988 
Elmarakby, Sayed A. 

95-003587 
Elmarcakchl, A. 



Elcrioro, Wayne 

95-0037*9 
Elsei , James J. 

95-003927 
Els tot), Ralph 

05-003313 

95-003314 
Elvira, B. 

95-003155 
Elvira, Bcnigno 

95-003137 
EnianuelsBon, Urban 

95-003475 



Emata, A. C 

95-002208 
1'ineljanova, N G 

95-002237 
Impif., Joao M, A. 

95-00^250 
Enaml, Jumpcl 
95-002716 
tncina, I.. 

95-OOJ009 
Emllei , John 
95-00'i03'i 
kndler, John A. 

9 r -002fi82 
Fnrto, H. 

95-OOZ')68 

Cngel, Sandy 

95-002169 

95-003928 

Engwtill, Magnus 

95-003517 
Ensenbac.li, Uwe 

95-003518 
Ensign, William E. 

95-003010 
Epes, Daniul Pierce 

95-002100 
Epperly, Sheiyan P. 

95-00'il'.5 

Epstein, Paul II. 

95-003800 

95-OOU'iG 

Erik&son, Pedar G. 

95-OOJA92 
Criksaon, Torleif 
9S-0028/il 
95-0032JO 
Elkamo, Ein 
95-002611 
95-003011 
95-003205 
Eckinato, Jdakko 

95-003109 
fcrwin, K. I. 
95-003637 
Kspe, Harit 

95-002'iJ7 
Espenea, Arild 

95-002357 
Eapinos, Ambroaio 

95-0029/7 
Esnuivcl. ROL!O 

95-002909 
EHteban, M. Angeles 

95-002551 
llBlevoa, Katliatina Eichbaiim 

95-003012 
Gtnloi, Dnvid A. 

95-00326'. 
Eusehio, P. S. 

95-002262 

Euzet, L. 

95-003383 

95-003398 

9 r i-003399 

Evans-GowiiiE, R. 

95-003418 
nvana, Ratty 
95-00'.071 
Evans, David H. 

95-002630 
Evans, Elwin D. 

95-004061 
Evans, James W. 

95-003141 

Evans, S. M. 

95-003461 



FR 40(2) 



187 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Evelyn, T. P. T, 

05-0033116 
Evonaen, Oy stein 

95-00261'. 

93-003336 

95-003366 
Everaarts, Jan tl. 

95-003519 
Everett, Richard I.. 

95-003628 
Eaura, Yoshio 

95-003373 
Faafeng, BJorn 

95-003318 
Fabi, G. 

95-004130 
Fabl, Gianna 

95-004147 
Fablani, Ortensio 

95-002378 
Fagan, Colleen E. 

95-002(169 
Fahcy, David R. 

95-002926 
Fald, H. 

95-004257 
Falcao, H. 

95-004197 
Falcon, JesiiB H. 

95-004122 
Fang, X. T. 

95-003345 
Fang, Yingxue 

95-002239 
Fange, Ragnar 

95-002470 
Fangs tarn, Hasse 

95-002766 

95-002935 
Fantz, John Ross, Jr, 

95-003993 
FAO o the UN 

95-003638 

95-003639 

95-003741 

95-003742 

95-003801 
Farchi-Piaanty, Odelia 

95-002549 
Farestveit, Eva 

95-002255 

95-002780 
Fartell, Anthony P. 

95-002519 
Fasaic, Kreatmir 

95-002266 
Faute, Gerard 

95-00<il32 
Fausch, Kurt D. 

93-002842 
Pauvol, Christian 

9S-002619 
Fcchhelm, Robert G. 

9S-003110 
Fedotova, N. A. 

95-002839 
Feeley, Elizabeth J. E. 

95-002607 
Pelatner, A. T. C. 

95-003690 
Pejaa, Jonaa 

95-003A69 
Feldhauaen, A. Scott 

95-004007 
Felger, Richard S. 

95-003797 



Felskie, Andrew 

95-002652 
Felt, Lawrence F 

95-003640 
Feiincr, Robeit 

95-002209 

95-002296 

95-002297 

95-002298 
frent, K. 

95-003489 
Ferguson, A. 

95-002741 
Ferguaon, Andrew 

95-002726 
fcergu'ion, . W 

95-003315 
Ferguson, Molra H 

95-002689 
Feinald, R. D. 

95-002350 
Fernandez, U. tl. M. 

95-003429 
Fcinandes, Berenice H. M, 

95-003422 
Fernandas, Carlos A. 

95-003929 
Fecnancles, M, N. 

95-002471 
Feinandez-PalacloB, It. 

95-002281 
E'ernande?, John 

95-004137 
Ferrando, M. D. 

95-003525 
Ferrari, Srank D. 

95-002330 
Fcrreira, Beatilce P. 

95-002927 
Flgueias, A. 

95-003374 
Filion, Fein L. 

95-003802 

95-003803 
Fillpponi, Chrlstin 

95-003379 
Findela, E. K. 

95-002358 
Findels, Eric K. 

95-002359 
Fink, William L. 

95-002409 
Finlayaon, C, M. 

95-003994 
Finley, Lee 

95-002299 

95-003156 

95-003157 
Finn, James E. 

95-002916 
Finneran, James J. 

95-002488 
Finnerty, John H, 

95-002683 
Finnigan, N, 

93-002832 
FiiiBlad, Bengt 

93-002958 
Fiorentini, L. 

95-004120 
Fiorentlni, Loris 

95-004147 
Fiahelaon, Lev 

95-002360 

95-002361 
Fisher, Nicholaa S. 

95-00357S 



FR 40(2) 



168 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Fitingov, E. M. 

95-00225*1 
Fjeld, Eirik 

95-003483 
Flajahans, Martin 

95-Q0272B 
Fleeger, J. Vf. 

95-003092 
Fleig, Rictiard 

95-002432 
Fleischer, Siegfried 

95-003162 

95-003*167 
Flenasnid, R. 

95-002592 
Fletcher, G. C. 

95-006258 
Fletcher, Garth I,. 



Fletcher, Rick 

95-004035 
Flicfcinger, Stephen A. 

95-004052 
Flight, W. 

95-004284 
Flint, Oliver S 

95-003006 
Flares Vergara, David 

95-003400 
Fluck, Richard A. 

95-002473 
Foikvord, Arild 

95-003246 
Foota, Chris J. 

95-002(1 74 
Forbis, Larry A. 

95-004062 
Ford, Lariaa A. 

95-003310 
Ford, Timothy E. 

95-004146 
Fore, S. A. 
95-00206*. 
95-002585 
Foreman, Terry J, 

95-003102 
Foicst, A. 

95-00<U'i8 
Korlln, L. 

95-003520 
Forsius, Martin 

95-003570 
Fortes, Miguel D. 

95-002170 
Fortunate, Carlo 

95-002662 
Forvard, Glann Meiton 

95-00331& 
Forward, R. B. , Jr. 

95-003052 
Fossi, Maria Crlstina 

95-003521 

Foa sura, Fetter 

95-003013 

95-003088 

foster, Karen L. 

95-004 149 
Fonda, N. H. 
95-004150 
Fowden, Mark 
95-003995 
Fowler, L. G. 
95-002268 
Foyn, L. 

95-00-3457 

Francfort, James E. 
95-003880 



Frank, Kenneth T. 

95-004151 
Franklin, Craig E. 

95-002475 
Frankovic, L. 
95-003522 
Frazer, Thomas K. 
95-002959 
95-004219 
95-004306 
Frechet, Alain 

95-004134 
Fredericks, Jane? P. 

95-002843 
Freeman, S. N. 

95-003B90 
Freitas, Christine 

95-003203 
French, Richard A. 

95-003401 
Frenkel, Hobeit E. 

95-004092 
Friaa-Tuyln, Javier 

95-003221 
Frlberg, N. 

95-003014 
Friberg, Nikolai 

95-004152 
Frick, Stefan 

95-003015 
Fiicke, II. 

95-002900 
Frid, C. L. J. 

95-003461 
Fridraan, Samuel 

95-004295 
Friedlnndcr, Alan 

95-004153 
Frier, Jens-Ole 

95-003111 
Fritsche, R. 
95-002620 
Froeae, R. 

95-003097 
Frome, Michael 

95-003641 
Fu 7,eng-Cai 

95-0023B3 
Fudn, Ilirotoshi 

95-002563 
Fuiman, Lee A. 

95-002491 

I-iiJil, Tateo 

95-004277 

95-004278 

Fujio, Voshihisa 

95-002710 
Fukuda, Takumi 

95-002545 
Fnkudome, Mikio 

95-003432 
Funk, William H. 

95-004006 
Funkenstein, n. 

95-002680 

Furuknwa, Kiyoshi 

95-002576 

95-002620 

FuruLa, Takeshi 

95-002275 
1'Ufhiki, Shozo 

95-002704 
Fyhn, Unni E, H. 

95-002687 

Gaard, Eilit 

95-002B91 



FR 40(2) 



189 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



fintney, Sloven W. 

95-003048 
GiiriLl.m, R. Q. 

95-003391 
U.iclaleUi, ti. N. 

95-002670 
(ionium, M. H. 

95-003461 
Gtilkowskl, (Uik 

95-003575 
Unlui'i, Freddie 1 1 elliighiiyypn III 



9 1 -002 461 
GfiUktloiiov, Kiryl 

91-1)03097 
CuloUl, I'cdio M , Jr. 

95-OOJ012 
Gall-i, F. 

91-002362 

Gnll.iBhur, Katluyn 

95-003523 
Gallnli) ClaiirUane 

95-002516 
Gnllaway, Bonny J 

95-003110 
Galvan-tlaflnna, tolipe 

95-OOJ202 
Galzin, Rene 

95-00272't 
Gamble, lolm C. 



Can , C . 

95-002721 
Gunilolfi, G. 
95-002742 
Gnnnon, John f., 
95-003930 
95-003931 
(inccia Chaiton, Jose A. 

95-OQU13 
Garcln do Jalon, Diego 

95-003767 
Gaccia Elviin, Junti AnLonio 

95-002269 
Garcia Vazquez, K. 

9 r )-()02712 
[Jarria-GccLliou, E. 

9B-003188 
Gaicia-Hollncr, Graciela 

95-0029't'> 
Gnrcin-Ojcila, C. 

y 5 -002'. 22 
Gnicia, L. Ha. B. 

95-002208 
Gnrduno UIBI Harlo 

95-002226 
Garman, Gcog C. 
95-002990 
95-00299(1 
Ganod, D. .!. 
95-00'tl5'i 
Garwood, G. 

95-002282 
Garzon-Fcrrciro, Jaime 

95-003112 
GaBhagaza, Has La Hukwaya 

95-003947 
GaBpatlnl, Joao I.ulz 

95-003016 
GaLos, David H. 

95-00376B 
Gales, Lawrence; 

95-003693 

Gausoupe, Francois- Joel 
95-0022'iB 



Gatlin, Delbcrt H. Ill 

95-002458 
Gaudant, Jean 

95-003265 
Gaudzin&kl, Sabina 

95-003158 

Gaugush, Kobei-t F. 

95-003790 

95-003932 

Gaultlie, R. W. 

95-002363 
Gayevskaya, A V. 

95-003402 
Gazourian, L. 
95-002476 
Gebhaidt, Kenneth J 

95-002BB9 
Gee, John H. 
95-002477 
Gee, Phyllis A 

95-002477 
Gehlbach, Frederick R. 

95-003017 
Gelin, Kurt 

95-002210 
Gelnar, Milan 

95-003170 
Geng, Q. F 

95-0026BB 
Geraaimova, 0. V. 

95-003018 

Gerlal, Robert 

95-002767 

95-003019 

Germain-Henry, Harcla 

95-002279 
Gerrita, Martin F. 

95-002434 
Gerstner, Cynthia 

95-002768 
Gary, Jacques 

95-003266 
Getz, Jenna 

95-003759 
Gevera, Petra 

95-00247B 
Ghals, S, H. Al. 

05-003522 
Glapia, A. J. 
95-002860 
Glbb, A. G. 

95-002364 
Gibbons, Hade N. 

95-003524 

Gibson, D. I. 

95-003403 

95-003404 

95-003405 

Gibson, David I 

95-003406 
Giesy, J. P. 
95-003531 
Gilbert, E. 

95-003691 
Gile, Stephen R. 

95-002689 
Gill, Anthony C. 

95-003267 
Gill, Duane A. 

95-003465 
Gill, M. E. 

95-003461 
Gill, R. 

95-003565 

Ciller, P. S. 

95-003642 



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...CONTINUED.. . 
Ciller, P. S. 

95-003703 
Glllesple, Graham E. 

95-003159 
Gillet, C. 

95-003513 
Gillian, Jamea F. 

95-002962 
Gillis, G. D 

95-002365 

95-002769 
Glmencz llnrtado, Emique 

95-003804 
Gimeno, L. 

95-003525 
Gingras-Bedatd, Julie H 

95-002494 

Giordano, Steven D 

95-003057 
Gislason, AsLthoir 

95-003020 

95-003223 
Gjevre, A. G. 

95-003291 
GJosaeter, Harald 

95-004155 
Gjosaeter, J. 

95-004238 
Glenn, Edward P. 

95-003797 
Glette, Jolian 

95-0033 &3 
Glickmnn, U. W. 

93-003547 
Glubokov i A I 

95-002 '.79 

95-002*1 BO 
Gliiyas-Millan, llaria Georgina 

95-002 BW 
Glynii, Petar W. 

05-003562 
Godiiarrt, Sally V. 

95-OG24S1 
GodFccy, Jcf M. 

95-004300 
Godin, Jean-Guy J. 

95-002770 

95-003423 
Godlnlio, Hugo P. 



Godwin, W, F. 

95-003933 

95-00393/. 
Godwin, Waltei. F. 

95-003916 
Goede, HOH 

95-003B'tO 
Gocl, 3. 

95-003526 
Goetnan h Timothy J. 

95-003824 
GoForth, H. Reid 

95-003643. 
Gohaoyc, Andera 

95-002497 
Gol.d h Jotin R. 

95-002730 

95-00273.4 
Goldberg, Harry 

95-OOW.l 
Goldman, Charles R. 

95-003927 
Golez, H. V. 

95-002262 
Gollkov, Sergey Yu. 

95-003.113 



Golovklim, T. V 

93-002327 

95-00252B 
Gomclslvy, It. 

95-002675 

95-002676 
Gomes, Eraldlo F. 

95-002270 
Gomes, Uliases I,. 

95-00236fi 
Gomesi-DucUley, Haita C. 

95-004156 
Gomez, Edgardo D. 



Gomez , M . 

95-003161 
Gomez, Sergio E. 

95-003185 
Gotri6ir,Gil-Hh , Btinio 

95-002327 
Gong, El V. 

95-002688 
Ganyaiat Vlera, Maria del Itoclo 

95-003407 
Good, Dill 

95-OOJ7f)9 
Goodgamn, I.nurn S. 

95-002259 
Goo-i, Henk J. Til. 

95-002418 
Goibman, A. 

95-002613 
Gorbman, Aubrey 

95-002482 
Goidon, William R. , Jr. 

95-004157 
Gorsllnc, Donn S. 

95-004183 
GoBae, F. 

95-002229 
GotelH, Nicholni J. 

95-003212 
Goto-Nance, Rinii 

95-002463 
GoLLe'iFeld, Leslie H. Johnson 

95-003644 
Gottof tey , Jamos 

95-003577 
Goudle, C. A. 

95-0026UO 
Goiildie, R. W, 

95-003114 
Gourec, L. 

95-003409 
Goutayer, Juan J. 

95-003171 
Grady, Jamos H. 

95-0032BJ 
GraCton, R. quentin 

95-003643 
G i all am, C. R. , Jt . 

95-002404 
Granado-I.oienclo, C, 

95-003009 
Granada, Carlos 

95-002974 
Graneli, Edna 

95-004079 
Graneli, WllUolm 

93-003492 
Grant, E. Christopher 

95-002690 
Grnnt, James W. A. 

95-002771 
Grant, Katharine 

95-003996 



FR 40(2) 



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AUTHOR INDEX 



i I. tK'iSoi 1( k 

(M1 r >fJ 

* .hid! Ih I'. 



liuiy, I'.HI! A 



9 'i -00 'I (JIM 
(iU'lil, N. 



(iioinic. Mil lint'L 

'J r -<103 r i?7 
(iiocms Hiiy 1. . 



(Si Pi'iiwuoil , 1'. UiunplllV 

<*'>-tm lacy 
(iiccr, -'PI iy I)* 1 "!! 



i Knit J tt ! 

i-oin'iii'J 

i KiHliild 

n 

UllllUl L 

'i/ 
(tili'i , HniLy I. 

93-(H) 
(IilII In, 

fll-OO 
(.ilfLln, WiulP I.. 

tii-ooap/i'j 

(lilltilli, 1>. . H. 

9T-(KU p 10'i 
(iiLCtlth, l-nn i:. 



(irllCllli, Jnk 

fl-i-OOIH'tL 
OiliritliH, WtlUnm H. 

i>5-fl()]]10 

(iilliilva-Clliou. I. H. 

(|S-(Hl?fi'J'y 
(ii'lllnnt, S. 



BrllliiPi, iU en 

95-OO^ r J ( J'J 
(litmiiOH, Arwlron 

g-i-tiozariS 

lirlHtlim, H. 
9 l )-002 t JS6 
(iioljlor, J. P. 



ltltlllllltljll!, 11. 

9S-003670 



(SuiBfllcin, Hnrvin D, 



95-0*39!) !> 
Urotlia, S. 

93-003376 
Uiovo, H- S- 



Grunbaum, Daniel 

95-003B91 
Grunwald, Cheryl 

95-003510 
Gruttar, Alexandra 3. 

95-003289 
GuderLey, Helga 

95-002^85 
GudEinnason, Hatstelim 

95-003020 
Gudmundsdottir, Aata 

95-003223 
Guerault, D. 
95-003115 
Guleue, Thierry 

95-002182 
Gullford, Tim 

95-002772 
Guillaume, J. 

93-002285 
Guillaume, Jean 

95-002261 
Guillen, Juan E. 

95-002172 
Guiral, Daniel 

95-OOfi090 
Gunderson, llanald R 



Gunn, J. M. 

95-002012 
Guo Qiong-Lin 

95-002368 
Guo Wei-Shi 



firovo, Roliati S. 



Guo, G. X. 

95-0033Q9 
Guo, J. Q. 

95-002211 
Guo, Q. H. 
95-002253 
95-002AB6 
Guruge, W. A. H. P- 

95-002867 
GustaEson, Arne 

95-003462 
Guatiano, Rudhy 

95-002212 
Gutermuth, F. Brandt 

95-003160 

Guttman, S. I . 

95-0026811 

95-0026 &5 

Guttman, Sheldon 1. 

95-003526 
Guy, Martha 

95-002335 
Ha, Bong-Seuk 
95-002509 
95-002581 
Haas, R- E. 

95-003116 
Haaa, W. 

95-003408 
Habcra, James W. 

95-002B90 
Haherl, B. 

5-003ft08 
HabBtmehl, Gerhard G. 

95-003529 
Ilabib, M. A. D. 

95-002201 
Hoedricli, Richard L. 

95-OO2904 
llaenen, H- E. M. G. 

95-002*29 
Haesloop, Uwe 
95-003466 



ra 10(2) 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Hagerman, Margret A. 

95-00*10615 
llahlbeck, Eka 

95-003409 
Hflimovici, H. 

95-004216 

Hainst Jl> J. 

95-004063 
Hair, C. A. 

95-002961 
Kale, Cathy A. 

95-003799 
Halbrook, Richard S. 

95-003519 
Hale, H. E. 

95-002369 
Hale, Robert C. 

95-003523 
Hall, Brian K. 

95-002370 
Hall, J- Wayne 

95-00') 115 
Hall, 3. J. 

95-003648 
Hall, Wayne J. 

95-001116 
(teller, Joasef 

95-002791 
Hallett, S. L. 

95-003410 
Halmo, David B. 

95-0011230 
Halton, D. W. 
95-003'.3fi 
Halusky, Joseph G. 

95-00429*1 
Ilalveraon, Wendy S. 

95-003649 
Mamasaki, Tetsuo 

95-003530 
llombright, K, David 

95-001295 
Hamilton, Steven J. 

95-004336 
Hammcnnclator, D. E, 

95-003534 
llamrin, S. F. 
95-00396B 
Hannah, C. C. 
95-003 1B2 
Hansen, Dogi 
95-002891 
Hanson, II. 0. 
95-OD3014 
llansen, Hans Ole 



llanaen, 



P. 



llanaon, Renn 

95-003021 
llansson, Sturo 

95-003892 
Hanyu, Isao 

95-OQ257S 
Harn, Afethtko 

95-002245 

95-002513 

95-002563 

95-002635 

95-002636 

95-002900 
Hata, Toshiflki J. 

95-002814 
Haroda, Katsuhiko 

95-002773 
Harada, Yasusht 

95-003113 



llarbaugh, Jeffrey T. 

95-003141 
Hard, Jeffrey J . 

95-003650 
Hardarson, 'I'll. 

95-00219'i 
llardlc. L. J 
95-002500 
lldidlng, W. R. 

95-004095 
llardwick, James E. 

95-004241 
Hargei , Bruce W. W 

95-004117 
Hargreaves, N. Brent 

95-003237 
Harms, Craig 
95-003290 
Harold, Antony S. 

95-003270 
llaroun, R. J. 
95-003161 
Haiotm, Ricardo J. 

95-004156 
Harper, A. A 
95-Q024H7 
Harper, Douglas E. 

95-004119 
Harpman, David A. 

95-003843 
Harrington, Michael E. 

95-002774 
Harris, M. P. 
95-002775 
Harris, Patricia M. 

95-004053 
Harris, PaLilck J. 

95-003864 
Harshbarger, John C. 

95-00349B 
llaitemink, Ralf 

95-002425 
Hartley, Dana-Lyn 

95-002824 
Hartley, Sheila E. 

95-002695 
Hiirtson, David 

95-003431 
Hascgawa, Izuml 

95-002559 
Haaaan, Abdul Mutalih Hat 

95-004205 
Hassan, Raja Dldin D. Raja 

95-004296 
Hassan, Raja Bldln Raja 

95-004205 
Hastein, Tore 

95-003366 
Hastings, Hard! C. 

95-002488 
Hatal, Kiahio 

95-003349 
Hatchett, Laura A. 

95-003026 
Hau, C. II. 

95-004249 
Hauei, F. Richard 

93-003791 
Hawkins, Julie P. 

95-003770 

Hawryshyn, C. W. 

95-002435 

95-002547 

Hayaml, Kazuo 

95-002245 

Hayden, Bruce P. 

95-003150 



FR 40(2) 



193 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Hayes, Benjamin U. 

95-004078 
Hayes, Daniel B 

95-003631 
Hayes, Peter 
95-003652 
llaygood, Margo 

95-002025 
Haylor, Graham 

95-002213 
Haynes, Jody L. 

95-002371 
Hayward, Thomas L. 

93-004160 
Hnzon, N. 

93-002448 
He, Xi 

95-003022 
Healcy, M. C, 

95-003771 
Hearnsberger, James 0. 

95-004262 

95-004279 
Heath, H. 

95-003162 
Heath, S. 

95-002578 
lleaton, Russell D. 

95-004019 
Heaton, S. N. 

95-003531 
HeaHole, Harold 

95-003532 
Hebert, Ronald Thompson, Jr. 

05-002331 
Hodgecock, Dennis 

95-003696 

95-002858 
Hedtick, R. P. 

95-00)367 
Heesaen, Henk 

95-003163 
Hees-icn, Henk J. L, 

95-004139 

95-004181 
Hegedis, A. 

95-002271 

95-003164 
Heggbergct, T, G. 

95-003832 
Heggberget, Thrine Hoen 

95-003023 
Heggbcrgct, Tor G. 

95-00295B 
Heidlnger, Roy C. 

93-003842 
HeiHgonberg, Halter 

93-002825 
Haii-nig, E 

95-002412 
Helnig, J. A. 

93-0024B9 
Heins, D. C. 

95-002912 
Heins, Stephen W, 

95-004597 
llclbig, James A. 

95-002901 
Held, James A. 

95-002433 
[feliotis, F. 

95-004000 
Helle, Kristin 

95-003165 
Kclmlnen, H. 

95-002978 



Helmlnen, Harri 

95-003936 
Helvey, Mark 
95-003653 
Hem, S. 

95-004085 
Hemphlll, Hinn 

95-003024 
Henneck, J. 

95-003456 
Henriksen, Arne 

95-001476 
Henry, Ken 

95-003614 
Henaley, Rebecca A 

95-004298 
HeppaXl, J. 

95-003376 
Herbert, 11. W. 

95-003411 
Herbert, Kiistine A. 

95-002962 
Hecke, William H. 

95-004086 
Hernandez Corrca, Sonla AracclL 

95-003879 
Hernandea Gonzalez, Rafa-al 

95-003597 
Hernandez Mendo^-a, Fidel Alejandn 

95-002272 
Hernandez- Vanquez, Sergio 

95-003166 
Hernandez, J. J. 

93-003161 
Hernandez, L, P, 

95-002776 
Hernandez, Maria Luisa 

95-003804 
Hernandez, Patricia 

95-003057 
Herrera-Mnrachl tz, Mario 

95-002399 
Herrara, U. 

95-003161 
Herrlinger, Timothy 

95-003775 
Hersart cle I,a Villcmarqiici, Jatqu 

95-004161 
Iloraig, Alois 

95-D03090 
Hesse, Larcy H. 

95-004001 

95-004002 

05-004003 

95-004004 
llesslein, R. H. 

95-00^540 
Ilestand, Ruo S. Ill 

95-003826 
Heulett, Steven T. 

95-002273 
Hewitt, Latry Mark 

95-003533 
Hewitt, Roger 

95-003 1B4 
Hews, Diana K. 

95-003025 
Hiasa, Takayukl 

95-002704 
Higaihi, Glenn R. 

95-004162 
Hildrew, A. G, 

95-003642 

95-003703 
Hill, David K. 

95-003962 



FR 40(2) 



194 



Hill, Douglas 

95-001087 
Hill, Lotren G. 

95-004075 
iHmelbloam, Brian 1! 

95-00',259 
Hlnch, Scott G. 

95-00*313 
Hiiishaw, Jeffrey H. 

95-002* 4ft 

95-002562 
Hlroi, Osamu 

95-002635 
[[irono, Ikuo 

95-002701 

95-0012717 
Hirons, C J. El. 

95-OQ306B 
Himse, Keijl 

95-002289 
Hirst, D 

95-003.319 
Hlrvela-Koski, Varpu 

95-003317 
Hlcvoncn i A . 

95-002978 
liislop, John Tl. 

93-00 (tiei 
HiHon, Mark A. 

95-004114 
Hlavova, Vera 



G. 



Ho, J.-S. 



[|o, Ju-SUey 

95-003*12 
HoagsLrom. Christopher William 

95-003167 

Hockey, Philip A. H. 
95-00*161 

Scott A. 
95-002663 
Hodgson, JamoB R. 

95-003022 
Hoilson, P. V. 
95-003463 
lloff, Gerald 31 

95-002'i91 
Hoff, Michael H. 

95-003937 
UofEraan, U. C. 

95-002192 
HoEfmnnn, R. W. 

95-00331B 
lloEEnnrd, P. 0. 

95-0033AO 
HoElmiJ, Johan 

05-002A53 
Hohonauer, G. 
95-002539 
HokfalL, Tamas 

93-002599 
Holbrook, Solly J. 

95-00^16(1 
lloicih, Juraj 
95-0028'i5 
llolcombc, G. W. 

95-00353^ 
llolden, Kathleen K. 

9S-002372 
Holdcen, G. Chris 

95-003956 
Holdway, D. A. 

95-003535 

Hole, Michael 

95-004286 



Hoi land- Bartels, Leslie 

95-002916 
Holland, Riciiatd S. 

95-OOJ69J 
Hollonder, Arto 

95-0025B4 
Hollls, Matthew 

95-002232 

Holm, Marianne 

95-002255 

95-002780 

95-002963 

Holmgren, KersLin 

95-00221') 
Holorauzkii Joseph It. 

95-003026 
Holt, C. 

95-OOJ319 
Holt, G. Joan 

95-00:1127 

llontla, llacuo 

95-002275 

95-002328 

Honda, KazuniitMi 

95-003335 
Honda, Satoahl 

95-00'il65 
Hoole, D. 

95 -003/1 '.9 
Hopey, HarSt E. 

95-003027 
Hopkins, C, C. E. 

95-003244 
Hopkins, J. Stoven 

95-002244 
Hopaon, Margaret S. 

95-003929 
Hori, Hiroalii 

95-002700 
Itoii, Michio 
95-003947 
Hoii, R. 

95-003928 
llorniazabal, V. 

95-00'.280 
Horn, Micliaol J. 

95-003020 
Hocnaday, Kelly 

95-002697 
Homo, Alex J. 

95-004064 
Home, II- 

95-002282 

Home, John K. 

95-003168 

95-003886 

Hornick, Hony T. 

95-003130 
llorovitcz, Avshalom 

95-003312 
Horppila, Jukka 

95-003029 
Hoisted, Svend Aage 

95-003227 
Hose, Jo Ellen 

95-003530 
Hoskin, Robert. 11. 

95-004013 
Hosoya, Kazmuni 

95-002287 
llosper, Harry 
95-003930 
95-003939 
Hottoti, J. 

95-004254 

Houdo, Edward D. 

93-003074 



FR 40{2) 



195 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Honk, James L. 

95-004241 
House, Robert. 

95-OQ2B92 
Houston, A. II. 

95-002494 
Hovgard, Hulgei 

95-003227 
Hovmanil, Mads 
95-003472 
Howaitl. Susan Mary 

9S- 003940 
Howarth, W. 

93-002292 
Howe, Jeffrey C. 

95-003833 
llowocth, Laura S. 

95-003825 
Hoyetr, Hark V. 

95-003941 
lloynum, Timothy A. 

95-003913 
Htiulcy, Stove 

95 -0035 '<5 

Hsu, Hui-Min 

95-003320 

Huang, H. L. 

95 -002 '(86 

Huang, I'. 

95-002(195 

Huang, P. P. 

95-002215 

95-002688 

Huang, X. L. 

95-003308 

Huaquin, Laura 

95-0023'iO 

Hubert, Wayne A. 

95-002373 

05-00365(1 

95-003659 

95-004022 

Hudd, Richard 

95-002895 
Hudson, John 
95-002964 
lluotor, R. 

95-002496 
Iluoy, Raymond D. 

95-003656 
llulatn, G. 
99-002675 
95-002676 
Hulbert, Man Wilson 

95-004212 
Hull, E. 

95-002496 
Hulon, Mikel W. 

95-003942 
Hulsbock, Mark 

95-004119 
Hulsman, Steven 

95-004166 
Humphrey, H. 
?5-003602 
Hunar, Jay V, 
35-002216 
95-004054 
95-OQ<.055 
Hunt, H. G, 

95-002334 
Hunter, J. Roe 

93-002936 
Huntingford, F. A. 
95-002284 
93-002777 



. .CONTINUED... 
Huntingford, F. A 

95-002822 
Huntingford, Felicity A. 

95-003395 
Hunzlher, Ray 

95-002300 
Huse, I. 

95-002963 
Husebye, Haraltl 

95-002698 
Husevag, Bente 

95-003321 
Husoy, Astrid-MEtte 

95-002'.97 
HUBsain, Moharmad G 

95-002699 
Hussein, Mobarak 

95-OOd205 
Huasin, Che Omar Mat 

95-004205 
Hutchlngs, J. 
95-00'i234 
Hatchings, L. 
95-004167 

Hutchlnson, Elcnarie S. 
95-002696 
95-002858 
Hutterer, E. 
95-003408 
Hvidsten, Nils Ame 

95-003030 
Hyland, Jeffrey 

95-003775 
Ilylander, Lara D. 

95-003537 
Ilylen, A. 

95-002914 

lancu, Carol 

95-003220 

Ibbotaon, A. 

95-004005 

ICES/EIFAC 

95-003740 
Ida, Hitoahl 
95-002483 
Ide, Atauhiko 

95-002704 
Iger, Y. 

95-002498 
Ignatius, Onlmawo Akhokhia 

95-004260 
Iguchi, Kei'lchiroh 

95-004006 
I Ida, Kohji 

93-004299 
lida, T. 

95-002468 

lida, Takaji 

95-002655 

95-002656 

Ijiri, Shigeho 

95-002546 
Ikeda, Yayoi 
95-002751 
Ikeura, Shigeru 

95-002545 
Imai, Chifumi 

95-002'i99 
Imaizumi, Keinosuke 

95-002788 
Iraamura, Eiji 

95-003775 
Inagaki, Hidehito 

95-002700 
Inglea, J. 
95-004168 



FR 40(2) 



196 



AUTHOR INDEX 



inglia, V, 

95-003337 
Inoue, Tomobi.ro 

95-003594 
Int. Counc. Explor. Sen, 

95-004169 
Irfan, Sumera 

95-OOZ450 

Irlandi, Elizabeth A. 
95-003220 

arry L. 
95-003628 
akason,. Ami 
95-002250 

, Y. 

95-002658 
ishigokt. Kenkichl 

95-002842 
lahii, Susumii 

95-00242'. 
Ishii, Taken 
95-001184 
Ishimoto, Ryo 

95-004261 
lala, Docnlnic 

95-004337 
Ita, Edet 0, 
95-003477 
Itabaalii, Yutaka 

95-002377 
Ito, Fumlnari 

95-004006 
luchi, Ichiro 

95-002716 
Ivorsen, Edwtn S. 

95-003103 
Ivorsfln, T. H. 

95-003014 
Iwatsuki, Kenjl 

95-OD2215 
iKetjyn, L. V. 

95-00(1170 
IzquLerdD, H. S. 

95-002281 
Izzo, AlEoaso 

95-003B65 
Jacks, Gutmar 

95-003/.67 
Jacobacn, D. 
95-003014 
JncdbBon, Larcy 0. 

93-004171 

Jacqucmont, Andre 

95-003602 

95-003803 

Jafrl, S. I. H. 

95-003(413 
Jniyen, Kltjar 

95-002267 
JahoUaen, Hana J. 

95-002198 
Jakobsgon i Jakob 

95-OOM7Z 
Jakonlcw , S . 
95-002686 
Jakupsstovu, Stein Hjalti 1 

?5-003238 
Jamat, J.-L. 
95-003031 
Jang. S, 1. 

95-002500 
Janiach, J. 

95-004002 

Janovy, J. i Jr. 

95-002968 

95-003893 



Jansc, J. H 
95-0038B4 
Jansson, Mats 
95 -003 '.68 
95-003469 
Jara S. , Fernando 

95-004173 

Jara, Fernando 

95-002929 

95~00'il74 

Jarp, J. 

95-003291 
Jarvi, Torbjorn 

95-002841 
Jarvia, Brian H. 

95-002925 

Javald, Muhanmad Yaqoob 
95-002450 
95-002593 
Joved, M. N. 
95-003187 
Jayne, B. C. 
95-002501 
Jayne, Biuce C. 

95-002502 
Jean, Frederic 

95-004175 
Jedlicka, Ladlslav 

95-002845 
Jcllyman, Don 

95-003117 
Jendryaek, Simonc 

95-003353 
Jenkins, Dob 
95-003655 
Jenkins, M. 

95-003670 
Jenner, H. A. 
95-002499 
Jennings, S. 
95-003005 
Jensen, A. C. 
95-003762 
95-003772 
Jensen, Benny 

95-002411 
Jensen, Frank B. 

95-002503 
Jensen, J. S. 
95-002354 
Jensen, John 0. T. 

95-003286 
Jensen, Michael 

95-004065 
Jentoft, Svein 

95-004176 

Jeppeaen, Erik 

95-003943 

95-003933 

Jeric, Randall J. 

95-004300 
Jesscn, Flermiing 

95-002411 
Jessop, B. H. 
95-003354 
Jewell, William T. 

95-003538 
Jimenez-Guzman, Fernando 

95-003360 
Jin, Deuk-Hec 
95-002701 
Jiraaeh, Jirl 

95-002266 
Jobling, Malcolm 

95-002504 

Jobaia, Gocrit 

95-003453 



FR $0(2) 



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1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Joels son, Ame 

95-003462 

95-003467 
Joorke, James 

95-004065 
Johdiinesscn, HereLe 

93-003976 
Johanning, K. 

95-002517 
Johannsson, Vlgfus 

95-002251 

93-003086 

95-0032/10 
Jcihansen, Torild 

95-002GB7 
Johansson, AnlLa 

95-003064 
John, liana-Christian 

95-002374 
John , J . 

95-004QBB 
Johnson, Christine 

95-002861 
Johnson, Christine H, 

95-003032 
Johnson, D. M. 

95-002375 
Johnson i Bonn H. 

93-003843 
Johnson, Erik L 

95-003322 
Johnson, G. 

95-003329 
Johnson, G, David 

95-002342 
Jolmson, Jnnms Henry 

95-003239 
John a on , P , 

95-002507 
Johnson, R. D. 

95-003534 
Johnson, Scott W. 

95-004007 
Johnson, Stephen L. 

95-002505 
Johnson, T. D. 

95-002893 
Johnson, T. 11. 

95-003670 
Johnson, Theodore Arthur 

95-003944 
Johnson, Theresa 

95-003710 
Johnson, Thomas D. 

95-003108 

95-004289 
Johnion, William E. 

95-003917 
Johnson, William S. 

93-002823 
Johnston, Carol E. 

95-002778 

95-002930 
Johnston, Ian A. 

95-002435 

95-002436 

95-002175 
Johnston, Warren E. 

93-002219 
John s tone, Rufus A. 

95-002779 
Jonas son, Jonas 

95-002252 

95-003240 
Jonasson, Petur M. 

95-002877 



Jones, A. 

95-003385 

95-003414 

95-003420 
Jones, Barton G 

95-003751 
Jones , Bryn 

95-003514 
Jones, G. R. 

95-003367 

95-003369 
Jones, Gary J. 

95-003673 
Jones, J, 

95-003470 
Jones, J. B. 

95-003415 
Jones, Madeleine H. 

95-003866 
Jones, P. D. 

95-003331 
Jones, T. 

95-003859 
Jones, T. Wayne 

95-003689 
Jones, Thomas E. 

95-003310 
Jones, Thomas S 

95-004008 
Jones, William W. 

95-004065 
Jonsson, B. 

95 -003 84 4 

95-003852 
Jonsson, Bror 

95-002877 
Jonsson, Jon 

95-004177 
Jonsson, N, 

95-003844 
Jordan, G. A. 

95-004229 
Jordan, S. 

95-002506 
JorjjGnsen, Foul E. Vestetgtud 

95-003366 
Jorgensen, Sven Erik 

95-003894 
Jorstad, K. E. 

95-004143 
Jorstad, Knut E. 

95-002255 

95-002702 

95-002780 

95-002882 

93-002963 

95-003131 
Jorstad, Knut Elrlk 

95-003830 
Jouventin, Pierre 

95-003BC7 
Jovanovic, Vojislav N. 

95-002398 
Jowett, Ian 

95-003079 
Joy, K. P. 

95-002604 

95-002605 
Jude, David J. 

95-003945 
Juma, Calestous 

95-003713 
Jung, A. 

95-002507 
Jurajtla, Pavel 

95-003169 



FR 40(2) 



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AUTHOR INDEX 



,,. CONTINUED. . 
Jurajda , Pavel 

95-003170 

95-003192 

95-OU4009 
Jusys, Vytautas 

95-003053 
Juul, Steve T. J. 

95-004066 
Uflttari, Stephen I,, 

95-00250B 
Kaerlyama, tlasalilde 

95-002635 
kaeae, F 

93-002960 
Kaev, A, M. 

95-082839 
Kaferaann, R. 

95-003253 
Kagawa, Hlrotiiko 

95-002288 
Kalnz, E. 

95-00-3831 
Kainz, Ericli 

95-003033 
KaLriukstls, L. 

95-QQ3G60 
kakiraoto, Hlrostii 

95-002781 

95-001150 
Kalas, Steinar 

95-Q02S46 
Kam, Alan K. H. 

95-004126 
Kamlya, Hisao 

9S-OQ24B3 
Kamfierad , Benid 

95-003135 
KaraiiTide, CoLlins 

95-002475 
Kainyaheva, T. P. 

95-002852 
hniiamoti , tl> 

95-002658 
Kanenaka, Dcian K. 

95-OOU78 
Kang, Dong-Soo 

95-002509 

95-002581 
Xang, Seok-Joong 

95-002195 

95-002196 
Kang, Shin-Kwon 

95-0042S2 
Kang, Yong-Joo 

95-002722 
Kao, Y, H. 

95-flQ2510 
Kapuscinski, Anne R. 

95-002536 
Kara, M. H. 

95-002511 
Karafcmisis , Vannia 

95-002729 
Kara-nL, H. 



Karelva, Peter M. 

95-003656 
KarHhakk, E. 

95-003/iL6 
Kacp, William A. 



Kaaai., Akihlde 

95-002966 
Kasama, Kentaro 

95 -00 'i 261 
Kaseloo, Paul Anta 

95-004301 



Kaahlwagl, Has.iokl 

95-0025'>6 
Kashulin, H, A. 

95-003360 
Kaspuyak, Peter 

95-0039'.6 

Kasprzak, Uick A. 

95-00'.302 

95-004303 

Katnnelion, UcviLal 

95-003530 
Kaufman, L 

95-002175 
Kauji, F -J. 

95-003323 
Katiihik, Sadasivam J. 

95-002270 
Kowaga, Hitohiko 

95-o025'.6 
Kawai, F. 

95-002658 
Kawanmra, fiunzo 

95-002512 
Kawamucn, Hirostil 
93-002635 
95-002636 
Kawanabe, Hlroya 
95-003947 
95-004010 
Kawano, Ka?,uLoshi 

95-002559 
Kowatn, K. 

95-00265B 
KawaucUl, 11. 
95-002G13 
Kayea, TcLicnce n, 

95-002536 
Kc, It. R. 

95-003307 
Kean, Chcali Hna 

93-004205 

Kearn, G. C. 

95-003417 

95-003410 

Keeley, Ernest Robert 

95-002647 
Kccloy, F. W. 
95-002460 
KcGnloysido | tlilui II. A. 

9 1 i-002021 
Keller, W. 

95-002332 
Kelloy, K. H. 
95-00?513 
Kelly, Llam A. 

93-002176 
Kelly, Mm tin 

93-0039'.8 
KolHUi, SLevon W. 

95-004011 
KPtnp, A. 

95-003292 
Kempf, M. 

93-002217 
Korappaincn, B. W. 

95-003526 
Kcmppalnen, Hoibara W. 

95-002277 
Kendall, James J,, Jr. 

95-003758 
Kennedy, Mary Kathleen Lewis 

95-002965 
Konnon, Jonathan Gary 

95-00289'. 
Kenney, D. R. 
95-003171 



FR 40(2.) 



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1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Kent, Michael L. 

95-003355 
Kerdchuon, Nanthawat 

95-002274 
Kecloguer, Chris tophe 

95-002261 
Kern, T. J. 

95-0035B'i 
Kerr, S. R. 

95-002452 

95-002/i53 
Kesminaa, V. 

95-003949 
Kesslei, Doyne W. 

95-003172 
Klialll, L. F. 



95-003420 
Khan, A. A. 

95-003539 
Klmn, H. A. Q. 

95-003522 
Klion, L. V. 

95-004012 
Khristophorov, 0. L,. 

95-002514 
Khullai., Pankaj 

95-003637 
Kicld, K. A, 

95-0035^0 
Kieffei, J. D. 

95-003950 
Kijima, Akihiro 

95-002722 
Klkuclil, Koji 

95-002515 
Klkuchi, Kotaro 

95-002275 

95-002328 
Kikue-Nakamnra, Mtyako 

95-002932 
Kim, Chang Gil 

95-004180 
Kim, Chang R. 

95-004262 
Kim, Geon-Bae 

95-004253 
Kim, Jae-Hyun 

95-004253 
Kim, Jin-Yeong 

95-003173 
Kim, joo-il 

95-003173 
Kim, Sung-Hee 

95-004282 
Kim, Yuck-Yong 

95-004253 
Klmura, Shlngo 

95-002966 
Klmura, Takahisa 

93-003373 
King, John Hark 

95-00311B 
King, Scott 0. 

95-003481 
Kingaford, M. J. 

95-002961 
Kingsford, Michael J, 

95-00416/1 
Klngaolver, Joel Q, 

95-003656 
Kita, Tatuo 

95-003951 
Kircheis, Frederick W. 

95-002703 
Kiril'clilk, S. V. 
95-002737 



Kiik, R. S. 

95-003421 
Kirkegaard, Jorn 

95-003472 
Klrklevi Jamea 

95-004107 
Klrkwood, G, p. 

95-003890 
Risen, Gunn 

95-002516 
Klshidu, H. 

95-002517 
Klshlno, Takuo 

95-003541 
Kita-Taukamoto, Kunlko 

95-003344 
Kitahara, Takeru 

95-003113 
Kitajimd, Chikara 

95-002518 
KlLamura, Shoj i 

95-002572 
Kitchell, Jamos F. 

95-003022 
Kittel, Timothy G. F. 

95-003792 
Kittrell, William B., Jr. 

95-004089 
Kitzmann, Dion a 

95-004079 
Klviat, Erik 

95-002173 
Kiyouo, Hichiyaau 

95-002328 
Kj oilman, Jakob 

95-002895 
Kjeabu, Olav S. 

95-002882 
Klein Bretoler, J. G. P. 

95-003975 
Klein IHeteler, Jan 

95-002218 
Klein Bretoler, Jan G. P. 

95-003091 

95-003920 
Klein, Thomas C. 

95-003324 
Kleiner, Kevin J. 

95-002930 
Kleinholz, Conrad W. 

95-003325 
KUmas, R. 

95-003949 
Kltimpp, D. V, 

95-003471 
Klumpp, David H. 

95-003598 
Klungland, Holge 

95-002516 
Klyachko, Olga S. 

95-002579 
Knapp, Roland A. 

95-002931 
Knights, Brian 

95-002910 

95-003542 

95-003881 
Knljn, Ruud J, 

95-004181 
Knoechel, Roy 

95-002875 

95-002896 
Knoph, Mai Britt 

95-003543 
Knox, George A. 

95-0041B2 



FR 40(2) 



200 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



KIKK, Robin F. 

95-003806 
Kobayashi, Kunio 

95-003541 
hobayashi, Toorii 

95-002704 
Kochman, Eddie 

95-003656 
Koehn. J. D. 

95-003765 
Koelle, M. 

95-003069 
Koga, Afcihiko 

95-002700 
Kogane, Tnkayiikl 

95-002780 
Kohda, Masanort 

95-002932 
Kuhler, Christopher C. 

95-003659 
Kohler, Karl-Ludwig 

95-002967 
Kohlcr, Nancy E. 

95-003121 
Kohn, A. 

95-003429 
Kohn, Anna 

95-003422 
Koike, Asako 

95-004276 
Kojima, Hlhotto 

95-003594 
Kofcea, Jiri 

95-003034 
Kolesnikova, H. G. 

95-0033:56 
Kolle, F. 

95-003318 
Kolok. Alan S. 

95-002519 
Kolpack, Ronald L. 

95-004183 
Komatpti, Tetuhiaa 

95-004184 
Konan, A. Annabello 

95-004090 
Konan, Annabello A. 

95 -00'. 100 
Konings, Ad 

95-00317*1 
Knisklc, Blake 

95-003510 
Kanno, Edfly S. 

95-004171 
Kontrimavicius, V. 

95-003660 
Kooncc, T. A. 

95-00'i229 
Hornet, M. 

95-003403 
Kom field, Jrv 

95-002703 

95-002723 
Kotiunan, Lewis E. 

95-0039S2 
Kortlng, H. 

95-003323 
Korting, Wolfgang 

95-003353 
Koryak, Michael 



Koachel, Ralner 

95-0039-16 
Koski, Perttu 

95-003317 
Koslawski, Susan Elizabeth 

95-003544 



KosLoi , Eclimril A. 

95-001154 
Kotak, Blian 

95-003545 
Kou, G. H. 

95-002524 
KouhKova , liozfinn 

95-003170 
Koumana , J. T. M. 

95-002520 
KouLsikopoulos, C. 

95-002761 
Koutslkopoulos, Constnntln 

95-002933 
Kovac, Vladimir 

95-002521 

95-002522 
Kovaleva, A. A. 

95-003356 
Koya, Yasunoii 

95-002376 
Koiihara, A. V. 

95-002705 
Kiajnovic-Ossrutit:, H. 

95-002523 
Kramer , D. 

95-002782 
Kramer, Bcrnd 

95-002587 
Krnmer, P. II. G. 

95-0018R'. 
Krauae, Gaiy F. 

95-003550 
Krause, Jons 

95-003423 
Kreamcr, Gunt-I.ian 

95-003352 
KreliB, llnna C. 

95-003529 
Krebs, 1.. J. 

95-002960 
Kreba, Laura 

95-003093 
Krechmei, Michael 

95-002301 
Krienitiii I.otlinr 

95-003946 
Kristenscn, Peter 

95-003472 
Kriatjunaflon, D. A, 

93-002194 
KriBtmannHSon, Stefan S. 

95-004165 
Kritsky, Dolano C. 

95-003424 
KrochLa, Jolm H. 

95-004281 
Krojganrd, L. 

95-003014 
Kiokun, liana K. 

95-002698 
Krone, Cheryl 

95-003563 
Kronvnng, Biinn 

95-003472 

95-004152 
Kropp, Roy K. 

95-004149 
Krouae, C. W. 

95-003906 

Krueger, Charles C. 
95-003631 
95-003661 
Kruglov, Mikhail 

95-003175 

Krupp, Friedtiolm 

93-003260 



FR 



201 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



. , .CONTINUED. . 
Krupp, Fliedhelm 



Kumk, it. 

95-00307-i 
Kit, {-,, L. 

95-002524 
Knbac'kl, K. li. 



Kutiecka, ). 

91-OQ4J04 
Kuliiak, T. J. 

9 r >-001531 
KuliiU, loily A. 

05-004061 
Kulio, lilt okn tin 

95-002564 
Kiilioshlra.i, Y.i-iiiko 

95-002515 
Kiulo, Ilideakl 

95-002635 
htulryavtseva, 

95-003560 
Ktihn, n. 



I,. 1' 



Kulkka, Saknri 
95-001205 
<J r >-00384<i 
Kill LEI, Rudie II. 

95-003176 
Kulbicki, Michel 

95-003177 
Kulka, I). W, 
95-00320', 
Kullo, llarbnr.i lo.m 

95-003602 
Kulman, Kilstin 

95-00'i319 
Kumai, Hlderai 

95-0022B9 
Kuinat, Subotth 

95-003587 
Kimt/c, Ellen K. 

95-003537 
Kuo, Vo-Hln 

95-003546 
Kniila-Hatsubii, Hlroko 

95-004061 
Kiirltn, Yutaka 

95-002097 
Knrokiun, lliflasbl 

95-002525 

KUL/,, Uaymonil G. 

95-001035 

95-003036 

Russet, W, C. 

95-003547 

Kuiiida, Uiiclii 

95-003326 

95-003342 

Kvlngcdal, Ann M. 

93-002706 
Kwnrambn, Ratlicl 

95-001119 
Kynnrd, Doyd 
95-002005 
La Itivera, Ira 

95-003170 
Labbe, Edltti 
95-0035'iR 
Labcd, S. 

95-002511 
Lachaisc, D. 
95-00322G 
Lackpy, Robert T. 

95-003063 

LaLOiirsiere, Jean 0. 
05-003490 



Ladle, M. 

95-004005 
LafEerty, K. D. 

95-003037 
Lagueux, Cynthia J 

95-003038 
Lai, J. X. 

95-003307 
Laldig, Thomas E 

95-002377 

Lair, Nicole 

95-003078 

95-003089 

Lair, S 

95-00329(1 
Lakatos, Gy. 
95-003191 
Laliberte, Claire 

95-003473 

Lam, T. J. 

95-002928 

95-003303 

Lamb, Barton L. 

95-003664 

Lambert, Derek 

95-002302 

95-002303 

95-003179 

Lambshead , P. J. D. 

95-004215 
Lamidon, Jean-Louis 

95-0021B2 
Lammens, Eddy II. 

95-003091 
Lainmena, Eddy H. R. R. 

95-003920 
LaMorte, D. 

95-004062 
Lamour, F, 

95-002285 
Landau, H. 

95-002181 
Landers, Dixon 

95-003601 
Landers, Dlxon H. 

95-003H7'. 
Landslieig, Jan H. 

95-003357 
Landaverk, Thoc 

95-002357 
Lanford, Pamela J. 

95-002488 
Lanfianchi, Alberto 

95-002370 
Lanfranconi-Izawa, Tanya I. 

95-002821 
Lang, Geoffrey 

95-003039 

Langeland, A 

95-003847 

95-003851 

Langeland, K. A. 

95-002174 

Langer, H. R. 

95-002849 

Lang is, Rene 

95-003549 

LangloiSi Claude 

95-003549 
Lannoo, Michael J. 

95-002356 
Lansford, Matthew 

95-003825 
Lao, R. 

95-004168 

LaPatra, S. E. 

95-003367 



FR 40(2) 



202 



199) 



AUTHOR INDEX 



. , CONTINUED . . 
laPatra, S. E. 

95-003308 

lapshln, Oleg M. 

95-002241 

95-001186 

Lara, Maria Jose 

95-003040 

95-004091 

LaHivicre, Haik G. 

95-003224 
Larsen, D A. 
95-Q02<.63 
Larsen, 11 I- S. 

95-0033(10 
Larsen, Jens Lautits 

95-003339 
Larson, S . E. 
95-00301. 4 
Larson, Dana W. 

95-003773 
Larson, Joseph S. 

95-003665 
Larson, Ralph J 

95-0031BO 
Larssoii, A. 

95-003520 
Liislimanov, F. I 

95-00293'i 
Lnsso de la Vega, Ernesto 

95-003038 
Inuda, K. A. 
95-003367 
93-00336S 
l.atider, G. V. 
95-002370 
15-002501 
95-002769 
Lander, George V. 

95-002502 

Laur&nt, Pletre 

95-002355 

95-002526 

Lauridgcii, Torben L. 

95-003953 
Laurila, Ilkka P. 

95-001263 
LavLolette, F. 

95-003059 
Lnvole, Brigltte A. 

95-002465 
Lavole, Marc C. 

95-002326 
Law. Philip M. W. 

95-003895 
Lawlng, William 

95-003885 
LtiHSon, R- 

95-OD257B 
Le Belliou, Herve 

95-002261 
LE Eberfoart, Blch-11\uy 

<)5- 00356 3 
Le Gall, Jean-Yves 

95-002162 
I,e Mcnn, F. 
95-002537 
95-002538 
Le HOE van, C. 
95-002633 
Leach, Josepli 

95-003945 

Leatlierlnnd, J, F. 

93-002580 

95 -002 5 H9 

Leavitt, Suzanne 

95-004076 



Lebedeva, N. E 

95-003527 

95-002528 

Letneton, I -D. 

95-003068 
Lecleic, L. 

95-00426/1 
Lecomie-finigei, Raymonde 

95-0023BO 
Lecomtc, J. 

95-003376 
Leo, Dennis W. 

95-002389 
Lee, Gunliua 

95-003550 
Lee, James It. 
95-003666 
LOG, Jeong Won 

95-004180 

Lae, Kaiig-Ha 

95-002195 

95-002196 

Lee, Keun-Woo 

95-00' ( 253 
Lee, Nam-Geoiil 

95-00^1 253 
Lee, S. C. 
95-002673 
95-002707 
I.tie, Sam Suk 
95-004167 
Lee, Sou- Jung 

95-00'.2B2 
Legare, Giegg 

95-003802 
Legendre, Marc 

95-002274 
LcggeLt, William C. 

95-003899 
Logkil, V. P. 
95-002869 
Legueii, I. 

95-002426 

LeUtonmi, Ilannu 

95-002895 

95-003?29 

Lelbcl, Wayne S. 

95-002304 

95-002305 

95-003271 

95-003293 

Leiner, Srocko 

95-003181 
Lojeuno, Plorie 

95-002818 
Lenarz, William II. 

95-003180 
Lennt, David R. 

95-003774 
LcntscU, Leo D. 

95-003160 
Lena, S. D. 

95-003526 
Lens;, Stephen D. 

95-002277 
Leon, Henry 

95-003667 
Leonard, E. H. 

95-003534 

Leonard son, Lnrs 

95-003468 

95-003469 

95-003475 

95-003492 

Leong, Jo-Ann C. 

95-003364 



FR 40(2) 



203 



1995 



AUTHOR INDtX 



I.ooa, Robert R, 

95-QO'i305 
Laatichevn, T. S. 

95-002783 
Laskela, Ari 

9S-Q02B95 
Lespflfjnol , 1'atrick 

95-004310 
Los-iard, Joanne 

95-002529 
Lcstollc, Limy 

93-00'iOH 
Lester, R. J. G. 



Levvl-Sivan, Berla 

9D-002!>49 
Lcvl, Dlno 

95- 00ft 121 
I.avlngs, CoLin D. 

95-003041 
Levins, Richard 

95-003823 

95-003090 

95-0042'.6 
Lewis, J, W. 

93-003421 
Lowla, Robin D. 

95-00'ilflB 

95 -00 424 5 
Li Clmo-Jun 

93-002330 
Li-Sctilenk, R. 

93-002507 
Li, Gnng 

9-1-002606 

95-002058 
I.i, llirarn W. 

95-003734 

95-003G<iB 

9S-00'i017 
Li. M. 

95-003526 
LI, Hens H. 

95-00227C 
Li, II. L. 

95-002253 
Liang, W. X. 

95-002191 
Liao, P. II, 

05-002197 
Linu, (J. F. 

95-002101 

95-U02638 
l,tao, Y. J. 

95-002191 
Licliatowicli, Jamas 

93-00401'. 
Lie, 0. 



Licd f Elnnr 



Lion, Lolf 

95-003476 

95-003970 

r, Donald 

95-003398 
Lignon, JacquoH 

99-002526 
Llgllmrt, Harlnda F, 

95-003042 
LLllctiaug, A. 

93-003333 
Lilly, 0, 

95-004234 
Lilly, George U. 

95-002989 



.. .CONTINUED.. , 
Lilly, George li. 

95-003Q43 
Lin Xln-Hei 

95-002381 
Hn, C. Kwei 
95-003267 
Lin, C.-L. 

95-OQ3'.25 
Lin, D. 

95-QO(,2fi5 
Lin, Hui-chcn 

95-002708 
Lin, Jen Jen 
95-002709 
Lin, Jiun-Chern 

95-OOdl89 
Lin, Junda 

95-002184 

Lindberg, William J. 
95-002959 
95-00(,219 
95-004306 
Llndbom, Dennis Robin 

95-003807 
Lindesjoo, E. 
95-002382 
Lindquist, D. G. 
95-002993 
95-0030'.'! 
Llndquist, David G. 

95-003072 
Ling, He 

95-002230 
Linhart, 0. 

95-002531 
Llnke, Horst 
95-002306 
Llnton, Thomas L. 

95-003808 
Liesimore, Timothy J. 

95-004313 
Listen, Charles R. 

95-004334 
Liu Ming-llua 
95-002383 
Liu Rong-Zhen 

95-002530 
Liu Xinghc 

95-002234 
Liu Zheng-Wen 

95-003045 
Liu Zhi-Hui 

95-002530 
Liu, (Jim 

95-003897 
Liu , Zhiyun 

95-002239 
Livingston, R. J. 

95-003551 
Livoff, Alex 
95-003312 
Lo, K. V. 

95-002197 

Lo, Nancy C. H. 

95-002856 

95-003890 

Lobon-Cervia, Javier 

95-002848 
LockHart, W. Lyle 

95-003552 

Lockwood, A, P. M. 

93-003762 

95-003772 

Lockwood, S, J. 

95-003762 

Loder, J. W. 

9S-0031B2 



FR 40(2} 



204 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Loengr Harald 

95-002903 
loftier, Helns> 

g5-0039V ( 
Lognn, Dennis T. 

95-003553 
Logan, Samuel II. 

95-002219 
[oasrton, Dale E. 

95-004015 
Lohnisky. KareL 

95-003040 
lolselle, Paul V. 

95-002307 
Lo keni Solveig 

95-0023 B4 
Lokkebore, S. 

95-002784 
Lorn, Jiri 

95-003397 
Lombard!, J- A 

95-003056 

Long' Dl J - 
95-002849 

Long, J- "- Jr - 

95-002346 

95-002369 
Loomis, David K. 

95-Q03S6S 
Lopes-Lopez, Eugenia 



Lopaz-lUiiz , Antonio 

9 r i- 002551 
Lopinot, Al 

95-002220 

95-002221 

95-002222 
Lorena, Rennte 

95-003566 
Losey, Goacee S., Jr. 

95-002785 
Lou, X. W. 



Lough, R. G. 

95-0031S2 
Loiighf R. GrGBory 

95-GGH220 
Louts, Hat 

95-00^.190 
Love, Hilton 

95-OD3775 
Lovell, R. T. 

95-003526 
Lovell, Klchacd T. 

95-002277 



Low, Susail E. 
95-004313 
Lowc-HcConncll, Rogemaiy 

95-003982 
Lowe, K. F. 
95-003933 
95-003934 
95 -003955 
l.awecy, Donny R. 
95-003957 
95-00^067 
Lozano-Vllano, Lourdos 

95-0026H1 
Lu Quan-Zhang 

95-002368 
Lu, C. II, 

95 -O0252'i 
Lu, J. K. 

95-002710 
Lu, Q. q. 
95-003307 



Lu, T. 7,, 

95-003307 
Lnl][>rdn, Z 

95-002532 
Lubnow, Fred S. 

95-003956 
Lucy, Jon 

95-004107 

Lucy, Jon A. 

95-003809 

Luc/ynsM, H 

95-002532 

Luitovlco, A. 

95-002670 

Luecke, Chria 

95-003927 
Lukcr, George W 

95-003325 
Lukin, A A. 
95-003560 
Liunlertdacha, S. 

95-003526 

Lmnlcrtdacha , Sonkphan 
93-002277 
95-00355'. 
Liunsden, J. S. 

95-003315 
Lund, Svein 

93-002698 
Lundqvist, Hans 

95-002935 
Liming, Julia 

95-003047 
Lunto, D. W. 
95-004025 
Luo, Z. F. 

95-003369 
Lura, 11. 

95-004016 
Lushchak, V. I. 

95-002533 
Lylc, Alex A. 
95-003&69 
Lynch, D. R. 
95-003182 
Lynn, D. C. 

95-003558 
Lynn, Denis H. 

95-003362 
Lynn, Ronald J. 

95-004160 
Lyons, John 

95-003693 
Lyons, Michcle L. G. 

95-00'.307 
I.yafjord, Crete 

95-002534 
Mac, Michael J. 



MacConnell, EliKabeLli 

95-003370 
MacDonald, F. 

95-003319 
Mace, G. H. 

95-003690 
Macelna, Michael J. 

95-00273B 

95-003957 

95-004067 

95-004068 
Macewicz, Beverly J. 

95-002936 
Machado- Allison, A. 

95-003270 
Macias Garcia, Constantino 

95-002786 



FH 40(2) 



205 



1995 



AUTHOR 1NDFX 



Mdclag-Karooia, K. 

9 r J~00<.191 
Hai-k, A. K 

9'i-002*50 
U.i('Ken/i(i, D. H. 

95-OOWJ 
H.irKeiwip, Brian H 

9 r >-OOJ899 
Ilat-Kausric, D. &. 

95-002640 



M.icklln, h. Allen 



MarPhec, 0. D. 

95-001 H-i 
Maeplidson, E. 

gvooaaso 
Haddock, D. H. 

93-002535 
Maddijian, Charlcb P 

95 -0031) ft fl 

93-003958 
Mndkour, Mahmaud 

95-002177 
Hadon, Slmciiok P. 

95-002220 
Hailaon, i>. S, 

9S-00?')56 
Haeda, HUoto 

95-00)142 
Hncda, Kmilko 

9 r )-002'i21 
Hncil.i, TaLsimkl 



Hnglll, C. R. 

9-1-003670 
Hnglieltt-, It. J, 

9 r i- 001 555 
MnRlUilw Ccpi'iano, I. 

95-002660 

95-003556 

MnfiiiuHtm, Jnlm .1. 

95-003147 

93-003939 

95-003962 

Magor, Iliadloy G. 

9Ii-00271J 
Mnguiruiii, A. E. 

95-002800 
Mnhon, Hohin 
95-001103 
Mahon, hiiann D. 

95-001181 
Hnlnl, I'. K. 
95-003007 
MaloliQ, Holo A. 

95-003970 
llalUaml, I'oloi H. 

95-003669 

Hdkccva, A. P. 

9"i-00221/ 

M,uk 

95-002787 

95-002431 

95-002 r )36 
Hnllatt, Jon 

95-003557 
MallinHon, J. J. 

9 r .-0037/2 
Malllson, CiaiR T. 

93-1103826 
Mallnlii, Ike 

95-0040') 6 



Malmhetg, Svend-Aage 

95-004192 
Malmquiet, Hllmar J. 

95-002877 
Hananos) , E . 
95-002537 
95-00253B 
Hanea, Uhcocghc I. 

95-003215 
Hanelphe, J. 
95-002991 
Hanilo, L. G. 
95-002851 
Manire, G. 

95-002496 
Mannio, Jaakko 

95-003570 
Mannon , P . J . 
95-002548 
Hdntiri, Rose Olivia Shirley Elizabeth 

95-Q0289B 
Hantyla, Arnold W 

95-004160 
Matcot, Bruce G. 

95-004017 
Harcquonski, Susan V. 

95-003370 
Mares, Jan 

95-003125 
Margenatt, Teiry L. 

95-003370 
Maiie, D. 

95-002229 
Hark, W. 

95-002539 
Maikevich, Alexander I. 

95-004193 
Hackina, N P. 

95-002852 
Marmcmtel, M, 
95-004216 
Marques da Sllva, llelder Guerioiro 

93-002899 
Harsh, Paul C. 

95-003028 
Mai shall, Douglas L. 

95-004262 
Mat shall, Eliot 

93-004018 

Matte, C. L. 

95-002208 

Marti, M. A. 

95-004267 

Martin, A. 

95-002865 
Martin, Jim 

93-003671 
Mai tin, Tony 
95-002952 
Maitineuw, D. 
95-003294 
Maitlnaa, Iclar 

95-002540 
Martinez, J. M. 

95-002712 
Martinez, Luis 

95-002172 
Martinez, P. 
95-002672 
MarLincK, Patrick J. 

95-OOJ960 
Maitinaen, E. A. 

95-003457 
Marlynov, V. G. 

95-003494 
Haruyoma, Takashl 
95-004010 



FR 40(2) 



206 



1995 



AUTHOR INIM.X 



Haser, Chris 

95-D03672 
Hasini, Maria Aagela 

95- (102541 
Hassabuau, Jean-Charles 

95-003976 
Hasser, Hichtiel 

95-002223 
Hasrnla; Beijl 

95-002788 
Hasuda, Kiyoslit 

95-OO2 17 7 
Hasuda, Tornoyufci 

95-001277 

95-QQ<H27B 
Ha ia. Loonatdo 

95-00^266 
Hatheney, Matthew P. IV 

95-002969 
(jatlieson, Richard E. , Ji 

95-003272 
Mathuws, C. P. 

95- 004:19 4 
Matsubaia, Takahiro 

95-002342 

95-002543 

95-002900 
Hatsubara, Yulici 

95-003776 
Matsuif Scllchi 

95-002518 
Hatsumoto, Taraayo 

95-002525 
Hatsunaga , Tnkeslil 



Halsuiira. Stmliei 

95-OB25H5 
Hatsuurn , Vasunobti 

95-003184 

Halsuyama, Michtya 

95-0025H5 

95-002546 

Hatter, John H. 

95-003575 
Matthews, WltUam J 

95-002385 
KatuJa , Ko 

95-00'.308 
Hatvcev, Vladimir 

95-003673 
Hatvsavai Lilian 

95-DD3673 
Hauvais, Jean-Louis 

93-004195 
Hauvlsseau, Bertcancl 

95-002182 
Haviros, Bill 

95-004071 
May. T. 

95-003599 
Mayer, Foster L. 

95-003550 
Hayer, Ion 

95-OD2119 

95-002474 
Hajhow. Edmonrt A. 

95-003961 
Hayhew, Mary C, 

95-003961 
May land, Hans J. 

95-002306 

95-002309 
HaaEaceso, D. B. 



Hbagvu, Ilicanyl G, 
95-003<i7T 



McAllister, P. F 

95-003371 
McAndrew, Biendan J. 

95-002699 
McCain, Katharine W. 

95-003674 
McCall, R. Dale 

95-003557 
McCarthy, Linda J. 

95-003199 

McCarthy, T. K 

95-003049 

95-003675 

95-003990 

McClanahan, T R. 

95-003050 
NcClellan, David B. 

95-00^119 
McClelland, Patricia T. 

95-003051 
McConnoll, Hob H. 

95-003556 
McCormick-Uay, II. Geraldinc 

95-003150 
McCoy, C. P. 
95-003558 
McCumber, Gary R. 

95-00'.2'hl 
McDonald, C G. 

95-002547 
McDowall, Robert M. 

95-003949 
McEachran, John D. 

95-003272 
McEachron, Lawrence W. 

95-003676 
HcEdwaicl, L. R. 

95-00256H 
McElderry, Howard 

95-003777 
McGlllivray, D. 

95-002292 
HcGlnnls, Samuel M 

95-003273 
McGlennon, David 

95-003810 

HcGoodwin, James R. 
95-003635 
95-OOU9G 
McGovcrn, P. 
95-003675 
McGovorn, Thomas H. 

95-003605 
McGuiie, William Read 

95-002937 
HcGurrin, Joseph 

95-004118 
McHetuy, M. J. 

95-002369 
Mclntosh, Bruce A. 

95-OOJ734 
HcInLyre, M. J. 

95-0040-17 
McKalvoy, I.. M, 

95-003052 
HcKcowii, Brian A. 

95-002569 
McKinney, D. 
95-003555 
McLain, Ann S. 
95-003939 
95-003962 
HcMahon, T. 

95-00'.062 

HcMahon, Tliomaa 

95-00' ( 077 



FR 



207 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Ht Uranus, .1. H 

<J =5 -00^179 
MUIill.in, J.1IHP4 I. 



MePlinll, .1 I). 

95-002983 
Mi-qut'on Iicifsoii, R. 



KeVpy, [). C. 

9i-{)02 r j'.fi 
Mcnclur, HlUiacL R. 

Q'>-004075 
Huclunls, Romas 

95-003033 
Mc'iHrni-limii'alp-Ai UORPI 

<> r -DftJ?Zl 
Mi'dimi, B. 

95-00.1596 
Mcd Ley , One 



Hce, JonnUinn K. L. 
Q5-QOJ?fiS 
91- OGT,! 7 7 



tlefln, linry K. 

95-002273 
Mf-hl , Si(ib]ai[i 

95-002851 

95-002909 
ItclPt, Willy 

01-003160 
Jloijeu, Mnile-Lnulsa 

03-00393B 
Hokiiclii, Tnkayiiki 



Mcliirncd, 

93-OOa5'i9 

Molanl, C. 
95-00^205 
9^-00222'. 



3 r i-002550 
Mellow, R. J. 



Monn, Jnvlcr 



n I,, , Ramon 

95-00'ii:0 
Hengo, IliucQ A. 

93-0032'il 
Hpnnl, Itobcitu C. 

95-OOJ1B5 
Hiunll, Nazll.i 

91-002931) 
Hurcoton, M. 

95-002217 
Mt-ieLsky, Virky .1. 

9'i-003797 
Heilcnf , Doan E. 



HortoLL, Nigel R. 
95-00285'i 



95-OD2901 
Nca, |{. G. 

9^-003513 
Ncaoguer, Jose 

95-002551 
HeLaiUcr, Robert 

9S-002261 
Hatcaire, N. 0. 

95-00220'! 

95-00277/ 
MoLcaUe, Noll B. 

93-002789 

95-002790 



Heulemans, J T 

95-003975 
Heye , Jacob 

95-003216 
Meyer, Axel 
95-002713 
95-002714 
95-002825 
Meypr, Cynthia A. 

95-002B56 
Meyeul, A. 

95-002715 
Mhaisen, Fuclian T. 

95-00305^ 
Hicha, J. Cl. 
95-003850 
Mick, Lynnette A. 

95-0032^2 

Mickovlc, B. 

95-002271 

95-003164 

Middleton, Daclene L. 

95-002711 
MidUvjell, L. 
95-002592 
Hllnalaincn, H. 

93-002978 
Mlkalsen, Knut H. 

95-004176 
Mlkkelson, Kent Olav 

95-002256 
Hlkloai, Adam 

95-002791 
Hlkulin, A. E. 

95-002552 
Hilclla, F. 

95-002670 
Miles, Donald B. 

95-003677 
Millamena, 0. H. 

95-002262 
Miller, Bruce S. 

95-002992 
Miller, D, S. 
95-002866 
Miller, Norman W. 

95-002711 
Miller, Thomas D. 

95-004019 
Miller, Thomas J. 

95-003899 
Mills, Edward L. 

95-003651 
Milton, David A, 

95-003120 
Mima, Steven D. 
, 95-002225 
Minoso, G. G. 
95-002262 
Mlrza, M. R. 
95-003186 
95-003187 
Mlslira, Ifajnlkant 

95-003559 
Mlta, Hasatoshi 

95-002553 
Mltanl, Illroahl 

95-002420 
Mitanl, laamu 
95-002315 
95-004184 
Mitchell, Mark A, 

95-003401 

Mitach, R. H. 

95-003678 

Mitsch, W. J- 

95-003678 



FR 40(2) 



208 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Kitsch, William J. 

95-003679 
Blttal, A. K. 
95-OQ23B& 
HlLzner, Larry 

95-004069- 
Hiya, Nasakl 
95-002855 
Hlyanohanfl, Yoichi 

95- 00 '.3 07 

Hiyaaakl, Taiko 

95 -0025 5 4 

95-002773 

Hiz^an, Luc a 

95-002 3 It 1 

Mizisi, Janet A. 

95-004020 
Mllmuka, Aggrey K. L. J. 

95-003479 
Hob rand , Lars 

95-OD1G14 
Modde, Timothy 

95-004300 
Motaeenfco, T. I. 

95-003560 
Hojlea, C. L. 
95-002715 
Holes, D. Adam 

95-003450 
(tolls t, Pilar 

95-002555 
Holler, Dag 

95-003246 
Holler, Nona 
95-002698 
Holnar, K. 
95-003127 
95-003128 
Honaco, Maik E. 
95-003150 
95-003220 
Hound i G . 
95-002556 
95-003511 
Montague, Clay L. 

95-Q0370& 
HonUuio, Orlando Jose Ferrer 

95-0038'fia 
Hontelro, C. C. 

95-004197 

HonteLco, Uogerio A. F. 
95-002394 
95-002591 
Hontero, D. 
93-002281 
95-003161 
Hontero, P. 

95-004267 
Hanzon, A. 

95-002871 
Hoon, T. W. 

95-002643 
Moore, C. C. 
95-003055 
Koran, P. 

95-fl02712 
Hoeand , S , 

95-003900 
Horavec, F. 

95-003429 
Horeno-Amlch, R- 

95-003108 
Horeno, Isabel 

95-004198 
Moreno, T. 
95-003161 



Morgan, J 

95-004231 
Morgan, M. Joanne 
95-002632 
95-002907 
Morgan, Raymond P. II 

95-004029 
Mori, Hlchifuml 

95-002227 

Horlnrty, Christopher 
95-002902 
95-003680 
Morii, llidcaki 

95-004261 
Morin, P. 

95-004260 

Horing, John R. 

95-003681 

95-004057 

Morishima, Gary 

95-003614 
Morita, Jun 

95-003326 
Horlyama, S. 
95-002463 
Morlzur, Yvon 

95-004310 
Morlan, Janet C. 

95-004092 
Morot-Gdudry, J. F 

95-002229 
Horozinska, Jolanta 

95-003441 
Morris, P. A. 
95-00422'J 
Morris, Pamela 

95-002900 
Horiison, Gerold 

95-003478 
Morrissettc, Julie 

95-002792 
Morrisaey, M. T. 

95-004265 
Moishnov, K. S. 

95-002754 
Morton, Ross Thomas 

95-004021 
Hoseid, Kjcll-Erlk 

95-003023 
Mosello, Roaarlo 

95-003976 

Hoser, II. Geoffrey 
95-002856 
95-004307 
Mobor, Mary L. 

95-002874 
MoLta-Junior, J. C. 

95-003056 
Hotta, Philip J, 

95-003057 
Kounsey, Richard P. 

95-003669 
Mountain, David G. 

95-004220 
HousHh, M. 

95-003850 

Mower, Dairy 

95-003459 

Moyano, F. J, 

95-002281 

Moylo, Petor B. 

95-003848 
Mraz, Ladislav 

95-003458 

Mueller, Gordon 

95-003028 



FK 



209 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



.. .COmiNUED... 
Mueller, Gordon 

95-01) d33/i 
Mugiya, Yaaiio 

93-002557 
MuEiiici, Ch.mtal 

95-002619 
Mtiir, D. C. (!, 

93-003540 
Unit-, William C 

95-004149 
Mukdi, Tohtu 
95-004311 
Mukankomeje, it. 

95-003058 
Mule co, V. 

95-002500 
Mullen, Dennis M. 

'J5-002970 
Milliner, Scott A 

95-004022 
Mulvey, Bilan 

95-003327 
Monday, n. ! 
95-003372 
tluncliata, lllroyukl 

95-002793 
Hunllla-Mocan, R. 

95-002558 
MimkitUick, Kelly li. 



Mimn, C. 11 

95-003295 
Munoz Cordova, German 

95-002226 
Ihinoz-Chitpuli, R- 

95-002578 
Hunshi, J. S. Datta 

95-003515 
Miunta, Ill^ashl 

95-002595 
Kurata, Kenjl 

95-002716 

Murav'ev, William B. 
95-002241 
95-003757 
Huravyova, 0. E. 

9 r >-002852 
Murdocli, Roll 
95-004312 
Hiiroga, Klyokuni 
95-00333'. 
95-003335 
Miicphcy, Stephen W. 

95-004199 
Hurphy, Brian R. 

95- 0024 'tO 
Murphy, E. 

95-OOA234 
Hurphy, Michael J. 

95-003059 
Murphy, William F. 

9-5-003682 
Unit ay, J. D. 
95-003887 
Hurray, Jamoa D. 
95-003811 
95-003812 
Murugeshi Meenakshi 

95-003410 
Hurza, I. G. 
g-i-002514 
Hushiake, Keiicld 

95-002559 
Huaselman, Natalie J. 

95-002560 

Mustafa, Hd. G, 

95-002561 



Huatafa, Hd. Ghulam 

95-002278 
Huth, Robert T 

95-004335 
Muss/all, Patrick M. 

95-003431 
Mwachlreya, S. 

95-003050 
Myatt, DeWitt 0, III 

95-003778 
Hyatt, Evelyn PJ. 

95-003778 
Myers i A. A 

95-004200 
Myers, Mark S. 

95-002497 
Myers, R. 

95-00423'. 
Myers, Robert F. 

95-00279'i 
Mylonaa, Coatadlnos, C. 

95-002562 
Hyouga, lUsashl 

95-003373 
Naamin, Nurzall 

95-003685 
Naas, Kjell E 

95-002279 
Naesje, T. F. 
95-002532 
Naoss, Tore 

95-002279 
Haevdal, Gunnar 
95-002687 
95-002702 
95-003830 
Nafstad, Per 
95-002614 
Nagae, flasakl 

95-002563 
Nagaliama, Tatsuakl 

95-003871 

Nagahama, Yoahltaka 
95-002545 
95-002546 
95-002553 
95-002659 
Nagano, Maiato 

95-002717 
Nagase, Hlsamitsu 

95-003530 
Hagel, Roland 

95-OOJ518 
Nagulb, Khayrla 

95-004269 
Nalmle, C. E. 
95-003182 
Najdek, M 

95-002523 
Nakagawa, H. 
95-002501 
Nakagawa, Helsuke 
95-002200 
95-002227 
95-002278 
Nakagawa, Hisaki 
95-002564 
95-003561 
Nakagawa, Kolchi 

95-003561 
Nakal, T. 

95-003372 

Nakai, Toslilhiro 

95-003334 

95-003335 

Nakajlma, Hasamlchi 
95-002718 



FR 40(2) 



210 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Nakaimira, Futoshi 

95-004023 
Nakarmitra, Illroshl 

95-002310 
Nakatnura, Kai.oru 

95-002565 
Nakaimira, Kaauyo 

95-003349 
NaVamura, Ma koto 

95-003683 

95-004359 
Nakaimira, Matohiko 

95-003670 
Nak-amura, Motoji 

95-002289 
Nakamura, Tonoyoshl 

95-003341 
(Jnh-ano, S. 

95-002795 
Nakflno, Shigeru 

95-002796 

95-D02842 
Nakflshitra, ft. 

95-002880 
Nakatanl. Toshikunl 

95-QQ3101 
Nakayama, Tamo 

95-002560 
Nakazoe, Jun-iclii 

95-002287 

95-00229L 
Nakkon, Odd 

95-002853 

95-004201 
Natnba, Kenji 

95-002525 
Naor, Kvl 

95-0025^9 
Napolcao d-e Carvallio, Joie 

95-0037^4 



Hapoll, Laura 

95-0025'hl 
Naruse, Kiyostii 

95-002420 
Naantion, Syaf rud 

05-002857 
Hatnnson, Lisa J. 

95-00312L 
Natli, A, 

95-003515 
Navratll, t* 

95-003502 
tlavrotskil, V- V. 

95-003901 
NiiiiL, Tom 

55-002311 
Needharn, Ted 

93-004270 
NeF, T. 

95-0035G2 
Negrellc, Haqu-eL H. II. 

95-002999 
Negus, H.iry T. 

95-003963 
Nelicisig, R. IJany 

95-00'i02'. 
Neigel, loaepli E. 

95-002719 
Nelll, Villlam E. 

95-OOJ9G6 
Noill, Villiam II. 



. . .CONTINUED, .. 
Nel, J. A, J. 

95-003075 
Nells, H J 

95-001311 
Nellen, W. 

95-003253 
Nelson, Charles U. 

95-003006 
Nelson, David H 

95-003130 

95-003220 
Nelson, Gary A, 

95-0032/i3 
Nelson, J. Gordon 

95-003813 
Nelson, Keith 

95-002695 

95-00.2058 
Nelson, W. G. 

95 - 00 J 5 62 
Nelson, Walter fi. 

95-003095 
Nenitizle, David A. 

95-00307/1 
Nemeth, D. 

95-003060 
Nomtzov, Simon C. 

95-002059 
NeophHou, C. 

95-002860 
Neumann, Robert H. 

95-0030H3 
Neunabor, H. 

95-002412 
Ncusluil, Michael 

95-004117 
Newton, 1. I 1 1 

95-002467 
Ney, John J. 

93-003902 
Ngandn, GaLei wa 

95-0023B7 
Ngtietisuii, Fellcltc Monnuth 

95-004271 
Nguyen ,11 D . 

9 1-0033 72 
Nguyen, Julie T. 

95-002367 
Nitmgt A. 

95-004272 
Nichols, David S. 

95-004273 
Nichols, Peter D. 

95-002428 

95-OOA273 
Nichols, Stanley A. 

95-003928 
Nicholson, Peter 11. 

95-004057 
Hiclozd, Alfredo R, 

9b-003122 
Nlciu, L. E. 
95-002560 
Nickol, firont B. 



95-002615 

Nel, J. A. J. 

95-003012 



NicoleLto, Pnul F. 

95-002720 
Nicoll, C. S. 

95-002513 
Nitiland, David L. 

95-003290 
Nielsen, J. L, 

95-002721 
Nielsen, Jorgen G. 

95-003274 
Nielsen, Larry A. 

95-003684 



FR 49(2) 



211 



1993 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Nielsen, Michael E. 

95-002569 
Kielscn, Mogcns B. 

95-0041 r >2 
Niemela, Ecro 

95-003109 
Nleto, J M. 
95-003320 
Nievecn, Maaike C. 

95-002639 
Nilmuia, Yaswo 

95-004010 
Niirnnen, Hillevi 

95-003317 

Nikcevic, M. 

95-002271 

95-003164 

Nlkijuluw, Victor P. II. 

95-003685 
Niklik, Noll 
95-0036BG 
Nikolalchuk, L. A. 

95-002404 
Nilspii, Frank 

95-003363 
Nllsson, E. M. 

95-0032'.'. 
Nllison, Jan 
95 -00? 69 It 
Nil), Ftantz 

95-002618 
Nishi, Akefumi 

95-002708 
Nishikawa, Telsuya 

95-003871 
Nishimoto, Marc 

95-003563 
Nlshioka, R. S, 

95-002596 
Nisaling, Andcis 

95-003245 

Noakes, David L, G. 
95-003613 
95-003687 
95-00360B 
95-004329 
Hobic, Richard L. 

95-003689 
Nocln, Hldcaki 

95-003776 
Noniika, Hoaaru 

95-002570 
Norhcrg, Dirgittn 

95-002571 
Norbifl, Walter 

95-00'.093 

Korrgren, I.eif 

95-003517 

95-00356A 

Noiria, Kenneth S. 

95-002861 

95-003032 

95-003061 

95-003062 

95-003100 

Horthcutt, R. Glenn 

95-002439 
Horton, Jertold G. 

95-OOA202 
Host, T. 

95-0036'(7 

95-003851 

Nott, M. Philip 

95-004338 

Hovlngar, Doug 

95-002757 



Hovinger, Gary D. 

95-003824 
Novoa , B 

95-003374 
Nozakl, M. 

95-002613 
Nriagu, Jerome 0. 

95-004314 
Hahombo, Hudeihwa 

95-002797 
Nuguos, H. 

95-003050 
Numachi , K . 

95-002692 
Nunes, Maria L 

95-004256 
Nunez, J. 

95-002537 
95-002538 
Nurnberg, Gectcud K. 

95-003965 
Nu&ch, Ernst A 

95-004070 
O'Brien, John W. 

95-004203 
O'Brien, Lotetta 

95-004220 
O'llrien, Tim 
95-003610 
0' Bryan i P. D. 

95-004084 
O'Connor-HcCourt, M. 

95-003376 
O'Connor, William 

95-003990 
O'DonoehuG, Peter J. 

95-003358 

O'Farrell, M. M. 

95-003675 

95-003990 

O'Halloran, J. 

95-003329 
O'Hara, T. M. 
95-003558 
O'llare, D. B. 
95-003565 
O'Keeffe, Jay 

95-003779 
O'Neill, Michael F. 

95-003120 

Ocadia Tapia, Raul 
95-003566 
95-003597 
Odebrecht, Clarissa 

95-004079 
Oestmnn, Richard 

95-003759 
Officer, R. A. 

95-002388 
Ofir, Hichal 
95-002549 
Ogata, Illroshi 

95-002572 
Ogawa, Kaz.uo 
93-003432 
Ogawa, Masatiiro 

95-002573 
Ogburn-Matthews, H. 

95-002798 
Ogfaurn-Matthews, Virginia 

95-002823 
Ogor, Andre 

95-004310 

Ohta, Iliroml 

95-002288 

Ohta, Masahiro 

95-002647 



FR 40(2) 



212 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Ohya, Shotaro 

95-002227 
QiesLad, Victor 



Ojetla, F. Patricio 

95-002887 
Oka, Yoshitaka 

95-002574 
Okada, E. K. 

95-0037B1 
Okaraoto, Hobuaki 

95-002751 
Okimota, D. K. 

95-002575 
Okiyama, Huneo 

95-002515 

Oklaiid, F. 

95-003852 

95-001016 

Okuzawa, Koichi 

95-002288 

95 -00257* 

Oku^iimi, Hasayo 

93-006277 

95-006278 

Oladosii, G. A. 

95-003330 
QldewagQ, VI. H. 

95-003633 
Olflsen, HIela J . 

95-003366 
Oliva 1.., Joegc 

95-002939 
Oliva, Marcelo E. 

95-003207 
Ollveica, Lazaro J. 

95-003537 
Olla h B. L. 

95-002781 
Olla, Bori I.. 
95-002807 
OLney, P. J. S. 

95-003690 

Olsen. A. B. 

95-00-3291 

OLscn, K, H. 

93-002756 

Olsen, Yngvat A. 

95-003563 
Olntianaky, V, M. 

95-002756 
Olson, Peter 0. 

95-003634 
Olsson, Mats 
95-003567 
Oman , M . 

95-006025 
Omar, Raja M, Noordln Raja 

flS-OQf.205 
Omeljanluk, Roliert J. 

95-002601 
Omeniik, Jaraea M. 
95-Q03935 
M- 0039 56 
Ona, E. 

95-0029G3 
Onachelcn, Anne Mette 

95-003331 
Ong, Jin-Eong 

95-003780 
Ong, Tun-Liang 

95-003510 

Oot, At sushi 

95-002566 

Qosthuizon, J. H, 

95-003003 



Opperliuismn. An toon 

95-003581 
Quito, Hitioiii 

95-002620 
Orlov, A. A. 
(J5-007756 
Orlovsky, G. N. 
95-002601 
95-002816 
Orringer, Ravlil .1. 

95-003389 
Orfi, ticlia Relini 

95-003786 
Ortega, E. 

95-00265'. 
Or Lhi Donnld I. 

95-004026 
Orti, Guillen 

95-002825 
Ortiz, David 
95-003797 
OrtiK, Hairy 
95-002312 
Oaborn, T. J. 
93-003236 
Osburn, Hal R. 
95-003820 
95-004206 
Osliiio, Tnkdshi 

95-002717 

OskaiBHon, Siunailiili 
95-002251 
95-003260 
Oataankov, 0, A. 

95-003569 
OsLerlMus, AlberL 1). H. E. 

95-003576 
Oatlanil, V. K. 

95-003315 
Oatrowalii, Anthony C. 

95-00310J 
OatVEilL, 0. J. 

93-002916 
Ota, Torn 

95-002577 
Otis, Edward (Ted) Os good IV 

95-003169 
OLtcra, llakon 

95-003131 
Otterloi, Eilina 

95-003266 
OLLcracn, Geir 

95-002903 
Otto, Cluiatian 

95-003064 
Ouiiit, Gavin Y. 

95-OQ2'i42 
Ouellet, C., 

95-006256 
Ouollet, G. 

95-003691 
Onghtcraon, S. M. 

93-002578 
Owen, C. 

95-003456 
Owoil, G. P. 

95-002'.27 
Owens, W. J. 
95-003371 
Ozernyuk, Nikolai D, 

95-002579 
OKictic, B, 

95-002523 
Pacific Fishery NanaRernQnt Council 

95-004207 

Faczkowski , Joey 

95-002313 



FK 40(2) 



213 



1995 



AUTHOR INDKX 



Padilla, Jose fc, 

95-001872 
Page, I. 11. 

95-00318.2 
Page, ttedricK 11. 

35-0011151 
Page, Hike 

95 -004 all" 
Pagnotta, R. 
05-003925 
Pajak, Paul 
05-003692 
95-003693 
Pajaro, Marcelo 
95-003065 
95-003505 
Pallcka, Jirl 

95-002314 
Pallor, Michael II 

95-004027 
Palma, Roilrigo 

95-002929 

Palsaon, Ol.ifur K. 
95-002989 
95-003066 
Pandare, D. 

95-003211 
Panek, fiank M. 

95-00369(1 
Pang, C. S. 

95-002580 
Pang, S, F. 

95-002580 
Pansar, Joaklm 

95-003'i62 
Papacons tan tinou , C. 

95-002995 
Paiadls, Anne Heine 

95-003435 

Paragamlan, Vaughn L. 
95-003695 
95-003967 
Pardo S. , Alda 

95-002939 

Patent!, Lynne R. 

95-002367 

95-002399 

Paret, lotm M. 

95-002740 
Park, Eim-Sook 

95-002581 
Park, Joo Suck 

95-004180 
Paik, Jung-Youn 

95-002723 
Parker, Alex 
95-002723 
Parker, Brian It. 

95-003B53 
Paiker, S. J. 
95-002799 
Parker, William Roy 

95-003'.80 
Parkhurst, James A. 

95-002185 
I'arr, John W. K. 



Parrlah, John J, 

95-002433 
Parsons, Glenn R. 

95-002971 
Part, Peter 

95-OOJ5B1 
Pacnkliin, A. M. 

95-003436 
Paicnll, H A. 

95-003602 



Pnahchenko, V. Z. 

95-003503 
Pat-Canul, Roberto 

95-003221 
Patalas, K. 

95-003696 
Pathicatne, A. 

95-003J32 
Patra, Dldhan C. 

95-002280 
Patrick, Simon 

95-003976 
Patterson, T. M. 

95-002506 
Pattlsina, L. A. 

95-003',61 
Patton, J. C. 

95-002666 
Pattan, John C. 

95-00267') 
Patton, H, L. 

95-004208 
Pdiilln, C, D. 

95-002062 
I'aulin, Cliris 

95-003190 
Paulo-Maya, J. 

95-0040/i3 
PaulovitH, G. 

95-003191 
I'nulovita, Gatior 

95-004059 
Paulscn, Olo I. 

95-003830 
Paulson, Larry J. 

95-004076 
Pauly, D. 

95-003697 

95-003698 
Pauly, Daniel 

93-002863 
Pavlov, D. S. 

95-002869 
Pavlov, Dmltryl Sergcevitcli 

9!i-002972 
Pavlov, Igor 

9 1 ) -003 169 
Pnxton, C. G. M. 

95-002800 
Pearson, H. D. 

9-1-003.347 
Pearson, W. II, 

95-002784 
Peavey, Stephanie 

95-00427/t 
Pecor, Charles 

95-003709 
Pedersen, Carsten l.ruige 

95-00^690 
Ppdersen, G. 

93-003251 
Podetacn, Kail 

95-003139 
Podorson, Lelf JunRe 

95-003933 
Pedarscii, Soren rtnkei* 

95-003067 
Pcdcrsen, T. 

95-0032'i4 
PcdoLscn, TorsLoin 

95-0023fl4 
Peebles, C. Robert 

95-003431 
Peiog, Coatns 

95-002729 
PeHutier, K, 

95-003568 



PR 40(2) 



214 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Palletler, Emillen 

95-003577 
Pen, I,. J. 

95-002864 
Pena, Francisco 

95-0021&6 
Penaflorida, V. D. 

95-002262 
Peiiaz, Milan 

93-003142 

95-0031*2 

95-004009 
Penczat-, T. 

95-003781 
Pendas, A. 

95-002712 
Pendar, Michael J. 

95-003193 
Peng, H.-I. 

95-003619 
Penman, David J. 

95-002699 
Penning-Rcwsell, Edmund C. 

95-004029 
P&rdikaris, Sophia 

95-003005 
Perdu-Durand, E. 

95-002556 
Pereira, Carlos A. 

95-002394 

95-002591 
Perelodov, M. V. 

95-003782 
Perenyl, H. 

95-fl03L91 
Peretz, Y 

95-002675 

95-002676 
Perez Hernandez, Luis 

95-003318 
Parez-Aranda, Lourdes 

95-003321 
Perez, F. 

95-OIH131 
Perls, S. J. 

95-002865 
Perrin, Chris J. 

95-004041 
Perrlns, C. M. 

95-003068 
Pcrrotta, Hlcardo G. 

95-002806 

95-004209 

Perry, R. I. 

95.-0031B2 

Perry, S. F. 

95-002626 

Persoll, John S, 

9"5-0034fll 
Pcrason, A. 

95-00396B 
Persson, Lcnnart 

95-002601 
Per s son, Petra 

95-003582 
Per a son, Tlrornaa 



Peters, H. II. 

95-003069 
Peters, Tamantha Leigh 

95-003699 
Peterson, Charles H 

95-002336 
Peterson, Douglas Let-, Jr. 

95-003070 
Peterson, M J. 

95-003583 
Peterson, Mnrk S. 

95-002560 
Peterson, N. P. 



Pertierra, Juan P. 

95-00^171 
Pertierra, Juan Pablo 

95-004203 
Resale, G. 

95-002670 
Pet, J. 5. 

95-002867 
Peters, D. S, 

95-CQ39&6 



Petrakis, G. 

95-003123 

95-00387J 
Petrnnka, Jamas W. 

95-003027 
PC trie, Roger I). 

95-002583 

95-002616 
Peuranen, Seppo 

95-00258'i 
Phang, V. 

95-002928 
Phclan, F. J. S. 

95-003950 
Phllipp, D. P. 

95-003950 
Philippart, I. C. 

95-002?05 
Phillips, KaLluyn 

95-002802 
Phlip^, Edward I, 

95-003929 
PhromhunLliong, W. 

95-002585 
PickctL, G. 1). 

95-00383? 
Plot, G. J. 

95-002067 
Pijiiimwskn , Joanna 

95-003071 
Pike, L. A. 

9S-0030A '. 
Piko, l.iin A 

95-003072 
Pileo, EspeiaLo 

95-0042AO 
Pilstiom, LBLB 

95-002493 
Pinm, SLuait 

95-004338 
Plnclmk, V. I. 

95-002868 
Piniler, Michael J. 

95-004029 
Pinedo, H. C. 

95-00'.216 
Plnkorton, Evelyn W. 

55-003700 
Pinnoy, Chris 

95-004071 
Piotrowaki, Wieslnw 

95-00319'. 
Pipitonc, C. 

95-002956 
Pitcher, Tony J. 

95-003897 
Pitchford, Grogory Dunne 

95-003783 
Pltlo, John H. 

95-003693 
Planes, Sorgo 

95-002724 



FR 40(2) 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Plnyer, R. W. 
95-004292 
PliseUkaya, F,. tl. 

95-002637 
Plisetakaya, Erlka H. 

95-002/i66 
Poddnbnyi, A G. 

95-004058 
Poduahka, S. B. 

95-002586 
Pae, Thomas P. 

95-003882 
Poff, N. LeRoy 

95-003195 
Pogson, Giant II. 

95-00272-1 
Pohle, John F. 

95-002702 
Poiani, Kaien A. 

95-003792 
Poilnrd, D. A. 

9 r >-004210 
Pollatd, David A. 

95-004123 
Polo, A. 

95-002393 
Polosukhlna, EkaterinaS. 

95-002579 
I'olcvlna, Jeffiey J. 

95-003814 
Polunin, H. V. C. 

95-003805 
Pomeroy, Caiolinc 

95-003969 
Pome toy, Robeit S. 

95-003815 
Pondulla, 0. J. 

95-004229 
Pondella, Dan 

95-002980 
Pondella, Daniel J. II 

95-004211 
Pontiffs, Trevor 

95-002212 
Ponton, D. 

95-001874 

Poolc, W. It. 

95-00312'< 

95-004030 

Popazoglo , Flavin 

95 -003/1 2 <i 
Pope, J. G, 

95-003244 
Pope, John G. 
95-004139 
Popoca Gonzalez, Roberto 

95-003437 
Popova, E, K. 
95-003569 
Fopova, 1, K. 
95-002869 
Poppet, Arthur N. 

95-002488 
Porak, Wesley F. 

95-00299'i 
Pocan, Naomle S. 

95-003532 
Porcclla, Donald B. 

95-003482 
Porter, J. 

95-003461 
Portillo, A. 
95-003161 
portrnann, J. E. 

95-003470 
Poach, Maximilian 
95-003570 



Posey, M. II. 
95-003044 
Poss, Stuart G. 

95-003701 
Poaaaa, Criatina de A. 

95-004146 
Post, John R. 
95-002973 
Postner, Martin 

95-002587 
Potter, I. C. 
95-002864 
Potter, Ian C. 

95-002443 
PottB, Thomas Andrew 

95-004212 
Poulet, F. M 
95-003375 
Povz, tleta 
95-003181 
95-003196 
95-003197 
Powell, J. F. F. 

95-002649 
Power, (Scoff 
95-002904 
Power, Glen W. 

95-002443 
Power, Greg J. 

95-003981 
Poynton, Sarah L. 

95-003359 
Piager, Michael H. 

95-0023B9 
Pratt, R. 

95-003859 
Prenda, Jose 
95-002974 
Prepaa, F.llie 

95-003545 
Press, C, McL. 

95-003333 
Press, Charles McL. 

95-002357 
Primavera, I. Honculada 

95-003784 
Prince, Angela M. J. 

95-004313 
Prince, Eric D. 

95-002389 
Ptindle, Scott E. 

95-003073 
Pringle, C. 

95-004000 
Prinsloo, J. F. 

95-002492 
Pritchard, G. I. 

95-003285 
Privitera, Lisa A. 

95-002919 
Procarione, Lynne S, 

95-002536 
Prodohl, P. A. 

95-002741 
Prodohl, Paulo A. 

95-002726 
Proonca, Luis A. 

95-004079 

Prokes, Hiroslnv 

95-002390 

95-002391 

95-002913 

95-003125 

95-003143 

Prosser, C. L, 

95-002602 



FR 40(2) 



216 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Ptovenzano, F. 

95-003270 
Pcunet, P- 

95-002*i26 
Prunet, Patrick 

95-002516 
PriisalLe, J 

95-003660 
Puccia, Charles 

95-00<U*i6 
Pugnet-ti, A. 

95-003925 
Pulsford, A, L. 

95-002590 
PunL, A, E. 

95-003903 
Purcelli Jennifer E. 

95-003074 
purcell, L. J. 

95-002893 
purdom, Colin 

95-002727 
Purves, H. G. 

95-003075 
Pybas, Donald W 

95-003702 
Pyle, Richard L. 

95-003275 
Qln, JianguanB 

95-002228 
Queirnla. Lewis E. 

95-004226 
Quick, A. J. R. 

95-004095 

quillerG, 1. 

95-002229 
quinn, Norman 

95-003654 

quinn, T, P. 

95-002679 

95-004044 

Quhm, Thomas P. 

95-002803 
Quicoga, 1. 

95-003326 
Qulros, Rolando 

95-003765 
Bab, Petr 
93-002728 
95-002729 
Kaboni,. Charles F. 

95-00*1031 
Raddum, Gutinar G. 

95-003976 
Radhakristmaiah, K. 

95-0035S9 
Raffaelll, D. 
95-003 6 68 
RafFaelll, D. G. 
93-0036^2 
93-003703 
Raid, T. 

95-002338 
Raj i P. J. Sanjeeva 

95-004213 
Raknea, Askjoll 

95-002903 

RaLston, Stephen 

95-002377 

95-003180 

Ramasaray , P. 



Kamlalihartsoa, Angelina 

95-003529 
Ramirez -Eon, Enrique 

95-003350 



Ramon, Christina 

95-002171 
Uamos-Eapla, Alfonso A 

95-QOU13 
Uamob, Alfonso A. 

95-002172 

Ramos, Jesus 

95-002440 

RanawlcUrama, A. S. K. 
95-002588 
95-003152 
Rand, Peter S. 

95-004032 
Randall, David J. 

95-002529 
Rand.il!, John 1! 
95-003177 
95-003198 
95-003199 
95-003268 
95-003275 
95-003276 
95-003277 
95-OOJ27B 
95-003279 
95-0032BO 
95-003281 
95-0032B2 
Hankine, P. 

95-003162 
Ranta, E. 

95-003076 
Uantin, F. T. 
95-002471 
Hnntio, T. 

95-003491 
Kapaporti L. G. 

95-003836 

Raslild, M. Mninniu 

95-003334 

95-003335 

Raak, Harttl 

95-003570 

Rastnuason, Jorry I,. 
95-00/.033 
95-004040 
Rasniiisson, rnnl W. 

95-003370 
Rasmusscn, T. 
95-003251 
Raso, Dominic S. 

9^-002392 
Rasoaimlvo, Philippe 

95-003529 
Rtiverty, Stephen A. 

95-002276 
Ray, Lewi a 

95-00370'. 
Ray, Sankfir. 

95-003571 
Raymond, Mike 

95-002315 
Hebollo, K, R. 

95-002393 
Recksiek, C. V, 

95-00311G 
Redding ton, Jolin 

95-003298 

Roddy, P. K. 

95-0025BO 

95-002509 

Reddy, Y. Rnnga 

95-004330 
Rceba, Stcplinn G. 

95-002804 

Reed, Dcniao J. 

95-004098 



FR 40(2) 



217 



19 95 



AUTHOR INDEX 



U(M><3, El I:. 

) r ) -Dim /a 

Kpcvot i Go i (km II. 



RIM-VPS, HI LI lam C. 
yi-miACHin 

Itcl-iLio, T. 



UoR.il, Ciaiy 
i) 1 *- 0029/5 

lU'RlllDL, f.. fc. 

'J-i-UOl 1B2 
HfHOf A, A. 



Hctilit'il, Will l.ii L. 

9 t )-llOJ'iEl l i 
Held, Hanoi 



i)!t -tt (HEIDI 

Hpljiulei-'i i I'etcv J. H. 

Q't-QIHS^O 
Hclmprii HURls A. 

9'.-001/ r >3 

<j p i-(mU2.} 
Hi'luni, Joll 

93-00(972 
lloiiicil , Jnhup 



iui'-rl i Bobcrt K. 

9') -11 1)3701 
llifclilWi 'oil' 1 R 

Q3-OIHS72 
lUi, 01 iv U. 



RcJllll, 



n(J HB6 
i Hnico 



9 r i-U037H6 
llciiiii, I'nitlo 



Itciliunl, (JlfturtP ft. 

93-00'*3lft 
Heinle i , -3 A- 



95-OCI3077 

Limunnu, 



ruc. 1-". 

, Ftiiimolao 

a t i'i9 

, Clmrilil, .If. 

A(>79 
Kut , Hlcliaol K. 



HoiUliC't, Itiicloll 

<) -5-003571 
llpy, .1. It- 

93-0(1') 08 A 
llpyiiti-Cnvlluil) FPlipc G. 

95-001122 
Hr,yo8-MaLchaiiL Patricia 

9-3 -0030 78 

91-0030 E19 
Kayos, R. 



Reynolds, Julian D 
95-002883 
95-00312', 
95-003839 



Reznlck, David 

95 -00 ',03'. 
Sha, Seonfi-an 

95-0033^9 
Rhodes, Raymond J. 

95-003815 
Ribbink, A. J. 

95-003706 
Rice, A. L. 

95-004215 

Richards, R H. 

95-003305 

95-003337 

Rlchacda, Todd A. 

95-003816 
Richards, William J. 

95-003707 
Ricliardaon, Jody 

95-003079 
Richardson, Linda R. 

95-002730 
Rlchman, N. 11. Ill 

95-002596 
Richmond, Alan M. 

95-002Q05 
Rickey, Martha H. 

95-0029U 
Riddle, Brett R. 

95-002690 
Rldgway, Lara L. 

95-003126 
Rieman, Bruce E. 

95-003970 
Riff el, Michael 

95-002731 
Riggers, Brian W. 

95-00'i072 
Riley, Cecilia M. 

95-003127 
Riley, Jeanne Dyonne 

95-003247 
Riley, John 

95-00^274 
Riley, R. T. 
95-003526 
Riley, Stephen C. 

95-002904 
Rimkus, Gerhard G. 

95-003574 
Rlnne, John 

95-00'.035 

Rlnne, John N. 

95-002942 

95-004036 

Rioncon, P. A. 

95-002848 
Riater, Paul W. 

95-003201 
Ritchie, Scott A. 

95-003700 
Rittschof, D. 
95-002548 
Rivas Sepulvedn, Horma 

95-003597 
Rivas, C. 

95-003374 
Rivaton, Jacques 

95-003177 
Robaina, I.. 

95-002281 
Eohert, F. 
95-003900 



FK 40(2) 



216 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Robert), M. 

95-002670 

Roberts, Callum H. 
95-003770 
95-003854 
Roberts, Clive 

95-OQ3190 
Roberts, M, L. 

95-QD259Q 1 
Rolieits, R. J. 

95-003347 
Robertson, D. Ross 

95-002352 
Robertson, Jolin L 

95-003300 
Robertson, John H. 

95-003709 
Robertson, P. A W. 

95 -003304 
Robertson, Robert A. 

95-Q03S17 
Robins-Troeger, J. B. 

95-003875 
Robinson, Beren H. 

93-002870 
Robinson, Edward 

95 -DO '.279 
Rnbinson, Edwin H. 

95-002276 
Robothnm, P. W. J. 

95-003565 
Uoca, Isabel 
05- OO/i 19 B 
Roclm, Eduardo 
95-00239'; 
95-002591 
Hoclm, Gecely Rodrigues Alvos 

95-003144 
RoiidB, J. 

95-003562 
Rodger, H. D. 
95-003337 
Rodgers, David W. 

95-003787 
Roilrigues, L. S. B 

93-002071 
Hodeigiicx-Moldea, Isabel 

95-002555 
Rodriguez-Romero, Jesus 

95-003202 
Rodriguez, Marco A, 

93-003904 
Itodrlgvazi S. 
95-002672 
Rodsetli, Odd Magnc 

95-0(13363 
Rotlyuk, G. H. 
95-003(102 
Hodyuihkin, I. V. 

95-003560 

Koed, K. H. 

95-002592 

95-003340 

Rogers, Barton D. 



Rogers, Evelyn 

93-0011338 
Itogecs, M. L. 

95-004258 
Rognerud, Sigurd 

95- DOS'. B3 
Ronde, K. 

95-003440 
Rojo, Enciqua 

95-002171 
Roklcki, Jerzy 

93-003'i'il 



Itollln, Sylvlc 

95-00333B 
Roman , Ana 

95-002943 
Rome, L. C. 

95-002456 
Romeio-Jarero, Jorge 

95-002327 
Ronan, Pdtilck J. 

95-003575 
Roni, Philip 
95-002B72 
Roolil, Nabila 
95-002450 
95-002593 
Uooa , John F 
95-004037 
Roper, Brett H. 

95-004038 
Ropke, Andreas 

95-003203 
Rorvlk, K. A. 
95-002592 
Rosarlo, Alda 

95-002943 
Rosas, F. C. W. 

95-004216 
Ro<ie, G. 

95-00423'. 
Rose, G. A. 

95-003204 
Roseboom, Donald P. 

95-003693 
Roaenbluin, P. 
95-002282 
Rosenfeld, R. G. 

95-002"il3 
Roenkilde, Per 

95-002569 
Rosenlund, Brncn D. 

93-003710 
Rosenthal, Kara Id 

95-002247 
Rosilea Martinez, Rene 

95-003597 
Itcibinski, JannlEei !,. 

95-003431 
Rosa, Jeffrey L. 

95-002873 
Rosa, Lindsay G. 

95-002176 
Rosa, I'oter S. 

95-003576 
Rosa, bteve W. 

95-002B7', 
Roaa, William 

95-00280C 
Hoaseland, BJorn 0. 

95-003976 
Rosaiter, P. B. 

95-003858 
Roth-Nelaon, W. 

95-004012 
Roth, Tim 

95-003614 
Rothhard, Sluimcl 

93-002231 
Rotlmry, P. 

95-00300-1 
Rothschild, D. J. 

95-00324B 
Rott, Eugen 

95-003905 

Rottlngen, J. 

95-0041'i3 

Roubach, R 

95-003080 



FR 



219 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Kmiliill, K It. 



Kniibnl , timik R 

9'j-()03im 
lUmlenu, (.iltuulr 

9 r i-OOT)7/ 
Round y, Hrucc A. 



Ikiiix, U. I. 

<J!i-lll)3 r i7H 
ItiWK, I.. 



ItuwluLI , S. M. 

9voiri/i/o 

lloHlor, I). K. 



lltjy, l.ncio [[clone 

95-oinoni 

[toy, I 1 . K. 

gi- oo'ms 

V!. -OOTH.fi 
Kciirns, Ipiwronie P. 

'Jl-OO/iO'Jfl 
Rulilll, U. A. 

qs-nn-.ja'ji'i 
BiiMoo, Bill 0. 

oi-o 

Umldle, 

9*i-() 
Hurts tarn i l-rii i . 

9 1 i-002')71 
Kill nnnsa,. N. Cl. 

qi-oonan 

Kmnbuld, Uotren R. 

Ol-flOJ-Jli? 
tlnufioll, UnvLd 



Hiiimcll, Itubnit L. 
91-001788 
, Jdfcph 1,, 



Itullici'fonl, .1. K. 



llnlLor, It. I 1 . 

Q-i-no'ica; 

llnyckl, K. 



llynii, I'nirlch H. 
93-002H70 
93-002896 
I'll 1 Hp A. 



Hyilisc, Cheryl A. 



, Clifford II. 

93-002007 
Sanriknrl, V. 
95-00297& 

o-Hey, F, 



Saccono, C. 

93-002670 
Siiclldcv, S, C. 

95-002712 
Hnilovy, Yvonne 

92-002943 



Saetrc lljollo, g, 

95-003^57 
Said, Holid Zakl H 

95-00381H 
Sailors, R. 



Saint-Paul, U. 

95-003QBO 
Sal to, KlyoLaka 

95-OOH315 
Snkae, Kenji 

95-002227 
Sakaguclii, Horlhlko 

93-002554 
Snkal, H, 

95-0021168 
Sakni, Mltauo 

95-002977 
Sakai, Tadatlil 

95-002595 
Sakamoto, T. 

95-002596 
Sakamoto, Watoru 

9^-002421 

95-002559 
Hnkiunrnoto, Kaziunl 

95-003113 
Salamanca, Margni'ltn 

95-00'tl98 
Snlo, Micliael J, 

95-00'.078 
Salmi, Julian 1 

95-00?895 

95-003011 
Salminen, Mattl 

95-003011 

95-003205 



93-002593 



Salojarvi, K. 

95-003837 
Salvadorl, S. 

95-002742 
Samllo, U. S. 

95-00' ( 292 
Sammons, Stuvcn H. 

95-003083 
Samollys, H. A. 

93-00132/1 
Sampson, U. Neil 

95-003711 

95-001712 
Samuel, A. 

95-00(126(1 

95-0042GB 

95-00'.27S 
Snmuolson, Clmrloa I), 

95-003C6S 
Snnborn, Herbert H. 

95-003563 
Sanctiev: Ll^aao, Jouti 

95-002172 
Sanchez, L. 

95-002672 
Saiictioz, Pablo 

95-003767 
Sandiest, S. 

95-003525 
Sanchez, Vicente 

95-003713 
Sanders, N. 

93-002808 
Samlknop, Elaine H. 

93-002856 
Sandlund, Odd Torjo 

95-002877 
Sandnes, K. 

93 -002 'i 15 



FH 40(2) 



220 



AUTHOR INDtX 



Sandra, Ollvlar 
95-OQ2516 

Scmeyoslii., Minoo 

95-002563 
Sanger, Andrew C. 

95-01)4073 
bannomlya, N. 

95-003889 
Sana, Milsiihiko 

95-002897 
Snntana-IIentandG/, II. 

95-004191 
Santo?, M. N- 

95-004197 
SarasqiLGlG, H. C. 

95-002395 
Saravanskii. 0. N. 

95-OQ27/.6 
Sargent, Jalin R. 

95-002028 
Sarvala, J. 

05-002978 
Sarvala, Joiik-o 

95-002233 

95-003936 
SasakL, Tetsua 

95-002716 
Saankura, Toyokt 



Sato, Keiiji 

95-006276 

Sato, Mamoru 

95-002554 

95-004276 

Sato, Takiahlko 

95-003530 
Sato, Tsuneo 
95-004277 
95-004278 
Sato, Tsuiomu 
95-00256'i 
95-003561 
Saucier, D. 

95-002556 
Saunriers, Mark W. 

95-003150 
Sawada, Kouichi 

95-00*317 
Saylor, ChnrLos f . 

95-003452 
Sassima, Ivnn 
95-003016 
Scalet, Charles G, 

95-003083 
Scarnecchia, Dennis L. 

95-00(1038 
Scliaaf, H. E. 
95-00390G 
Scliael, DenLae H. 

95-002973 
ScheicloBgor, Karl J. 

95-004039 
Schlntller, D. W. 

95-003540 
Schlndlec, David W. 

9S-003fl53 
Sclilciger, Steven L. 

95 -003 l/il 
Schlenk, Daniel 

95-002597 
Sclilottertacck, Robert E. 

95-00-1140 
Scliluter, Dolph 

95-002733 
Sclimidt, Bruce R. 
95-003714 



Sclimidt, David J. 

95-002900 
Schmidt, Timothy R 

95-002734 
Sclimltt, Unas ell J. 

95-OOM6'. 
Schmitz, Brail J. 

95-004074 

Schneider, David C. 
95-003206 
95-004219 
Schneider, Rudy Jay 

95-00259B 
Scholcy, Vernon 

95-003129 
Schopka, Sigfus A. 

95-003249 
Schorr, Mark S. 

95-004075 
Schotland, Judith 

95-002599 
Schottler, Shawn P. 

95-003485 
Schrairm, Hal, Jr. 

95-003715 
Schianin, Harold 1.., Jr. 

95-003716 
Schceck, Carl li. 

95-002199 
Schreibei, A. S. 

95-002600 
Sclireiber, Arnd 

95-002731 
Schreiber, Roland 

95-002876 
Schreibrnan, H. P. 

95-002660 
Schubert, Alex 

95-002757 
Schubert, Alex L. S. 

95-003084 
Schultz, Ortwln 

95-003239 
Schumacher , A. 

95-004154 
Schwartzentruber, R. Steven 

95-002601 
Sclafani, Matthew 

95-002979 
Scott, D D. C. 

95-002832 
Scott, Sue 

95-003250 
Scribner, Kim T. 

99-002735 
Scruton, David A. 

95-003571 
Seaby, R. M, H. 

95-003832 

Seaman, William, Jr, 

95-003702 

95-004219 

95-004294 

Secombes, C. J. 

95-002500 
Secombes i Christopher J. 

95-003299 
Secor, David II, 

95-003130 

Seddon, H. L. 

93-002602 

Sodell, James B. 

95-003672 

95-003734 

Seehausen, Ole 

95-003971 



FR 40(2) 



221 



1995 



AUT1IOH INDEX 



. ..CONTINUED. .. 
Seehauscn, 01 o 

95-004339 
Seelye, James 

95-003557 
Segovia- Salinas, Fcllclano 

05-003300 

Selbul, Rebecca 

95-OD2'<59 

95-002603 

Seikai, Tailahlaa 

95-002287 
Sckiya, Sachio 

95-002788 
Soljelld, R. 
95-002621 
Sell, Jane A. 
95-003669 
Scnmlulu, S. S. 

95-003539 
Semalulu, Sauleh 

93-003545 
Semenenko, L. I. 

95-002254 
Sen, A. R. 

95-003907 

Senthilkuinaran, 1J. 
95-002004 
95-00-2605 
Sephton, D. II. 

95-002006 
Sepulveda, A. 
95-003253 
Sorchuk, Frcdrlc H. 

95-004220 
Serediak, Mack 

95-003545 
Serna- Hernandez , Jose Angel 

95-004043 
Sernap (Serviclo Naclonal cle Peaca) 

95-003717 
Settle, Lawrence R. 

95-003220 
Sevenster, Plot 

95-002785 
Seyouin, SelFu 

55-002703 
Sliaffer, Jean E. 

95-003972 
Shah, Ravlndra M. 

95-002607 
Shaharom, F. H. 

95-003411 
Shnlaby, A. R. 

95-004209 
Shao, K.-T. 

95-003819 
Shapiro, Douglas V. 

95-002944 
Shardo, j. D. 
95-002396 
Sharp, Peter J, 

95-002418 
Shaw, Kerry 

95-002809 
Shaw, Richard F. 

95-002923 
Shaw, William W. 

95-003986 
Sheaves, Marcus John 

95-003870 
Shcelian, Robert J. 
95-002749 
95-004040 
Shelby, R. A. 
95-003526 
Shelby, Richard A, 
95-002277 



Shelton, P. 

95-004234 
Shen Jun-Bao 
95-002383 
Slien, Snn-Tai 
95-002431 
Shepherd, D. S. 

95-002590 
Shepherd, Gary R. 

95-O04221 

Sheridan, M. A. 

95-002447 

95-002510 

Shcmian, Kenneth 

95-004222 
Sherwood, N. H. 

95-002649 
Sherwoort, Nancy H. 

95-002418 
Sherwood, Timothy S. 

95-004298 
Shi Weiliang 
95-002234 
Shlbdinoto, Takayuki 

Q5-0042B5 
ShLkata, Takafiuni 

95-002608 

Shimn, Aklhlro 

95-002420 

95-003579 

Sliimada , ALsuko 

95-003579 
Stiimeno, Sadao 

95-002608 
Shimizu, MaUoto 

95-002897 
Sliimizu, Munctaka 

95-002635 
Slitrnlzu, Yutaka 

95-004276 
Sliimowada, TaXaahi 

95-002512 
Slkiozawo, Satoahi 

95-002788 
Sliipp, Bobert L, 

95-002981 
Shirai, Takaaki 

95-0026S4 
Shively, Rip S. 

05-003882 
Short, Steven A. 

05-003120 
Shubin, Neil 
95-002397 
ShugarL, Lee 
93-003580 
Shugort, l.ce R. 
95-003495 
95-003519 
Shukla, S, P. 
95-003559 
Shupliakov, Oleg 

95-002599 

Slmtc, J, R. 

95-002283 

95-002316 

Sibley, Thomas H. 

95-002997 
Sidell, Bruce D. 

95-002609 
Siegwarth, Gary 

95-003693 
Sigholt, Trygve 

95-002198 

Siharath, J. 

95-002596 



FR 40(2) 



222 



IS 93 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Buy dp i i Dill Ifcl 1 



Snyiloi , Sc-ot t D. 

93-01)3691 
SiotmHii, Davlil M. 

95-001790 
Situ in m, .1 . 



Soilc-iliflik, IJjotu 



i Hulm-Tfiiiii , I .Pint 

-,- turn u 



Soil ink, Pftiiom 

95 -(1 02699 
SBnfli Susan M. 



liii , Kan n a 
91-110262 / 
kolav, A, h. 



Suli'ii E, 

9^-003161 
&olow, lotly 



{ioniPio, ficoigc N. 

91-noa709 
Swnlyfli IHioakl 

0.1-00^51^ 
SnnrUiiRitaitl, Mm Lin 

00- 0039 '< 3 

05-003931 
Snna, Jlahun 

95-002399 
HmiRt Yann-Hiwl 

95-OOA221 
Smut . ClioulP ,1. 

95-00'.lQ9 
Juioa, Cntlioi liiQ E. 

9D-QU2m 
Snitlonl, Vnlcilo 



jioi-Roloot, Pal 
95-1)02237 



, 0. 

Soln-tinlcrn, Kiiu-trtla 

9-i-00'iO'i3 
Solo, Unrli 



93-00'tUB 
Sotithwortli, 0, H. 

93 -003583 
Soti'Aiii Stephen J. 

93-001956 
Sown, Scott P. 

95-003906 
Sonar, *. A, 

95-002/162 



93-002612 

93-002613 

SpalcllnBi * 
95-OOWAi'i 

Bponlet, Ehud 
95-002986 



... CONTINUED.. . 
Spanleu, ['hud 

95-0030B5 
Sparks, Richard E. 



Sparks, Ruth M 

95-0040*5 
Speare, D. J. 
95-003315 
Specker, I. L. 
95-002495 
95-002517 
Specker, Jennifer L. 

95-002611 
Speer, Lisa 

95-004225 
Speilberg, Lara 

95-002614 

Spence, Jeff 

95-OQ394B 

Spcranza, S. 

95-004120 

Spieler, R. 

95-002496 

Spieler, R. E. 

95-002879 

95-002951 

Spielman, Andrew 

95-003Q23 



Spicser, Hunrich 

95-003586 
Sprague, Luclan M. 

95-003720 
Sproul, Jolm T. 
95-003855 
95-004226 
Spumy, Petr 
95-003125 
Spyker, Kay 

95-002905 
Srinlvaaan, Meera 

95-002599 
Stackebrandt, Erko 

95-003331 
Stanaland, Brock E. 

95-003199 
Stanford, Jack A. 

95-003791 
Stanley 1'rice, M. R. 

95-003836 
Stanley, David R. 

95-004227 
Starling, Scott M. 

95-002615 
Starnea, Wayne C. 

95-003264 
Statler, David P. 

95-004066 
Statzner, Deinard 

93-004046 
Staurnea, H. 
95-002534 
SLaurnes, Magno 

95-002198 
Stednick, J. D. 

95-003584 
Steed, R. H. 
95-004047 
Steole, Robert 

95-00362B 
Stefanaaon, Gunnor 

95-002989 
Steffenak, I. 
95-004280 
Stegeman, John J. 
95-003523 



FR 40(2) 



224 



AUTHOR INDEX 



StairoU, Frank W 
95-003486 
93-004149 
Stein, Joln E. 
95-003563 
95-003585 
Stein, Roy A. 
95-003232 
Steinberg. Christinn T. W. 

93-003386 
Stalnliflgiin, Diuter 

95-003353 
Stoinsliolt, Kjell 

95-004251 

Stenipiiicwic/,, Lech 
95-003097 
95-004228 
Stephan, C. Uiannc 

95-003820 
S to plian t G. 

95-002203 
Stephens, Benjamin T. 

95-004241 
Stephens, Douglas E. 

95-004040 

Stephens, John S., Jr. 

95-002900 

93-00/1164 

1)5-004211 

95-004229 

Stergiou, K. I. 

95-003123 

05-003873 

Stetson, M. H- 

95-002575 
SLeudei, I. 

95-002412 
Stevens, David R. 

J5-003710 
Stevens, Edward, Jr. 

95-003309 
Stevens, Tonya M. 

9-5-00 2073 
Steward, A. Hutli 

95-OQ3587 
Stewart, C. 

95-003588 
Stewart, Kalhlyn H. 

95-00320(1 
Stewart, W. P. 

95-003821 
SLcyii, G. J. 
95-003578 
Stibe, Lars 

95-003462 
Stlbor, Hoiwlg 

95-003047 

Stickle, W. B. 

95-002459 

95-002603 

Stickncy, Robert R. 

95-004331 

Stltea, D. I.. 

95-003933 

95-003955 

Stonknor, John G. 

95-003977 
S toff la, Ucont W. 

95-004230 
Stoffle, Richard W. 

95-004230 
Stokca, F. Joseph 

95-003209 
Stokoatmry, Kevin D. K. 

95-003210 

Stokesbuiy, Michael J. W. 
95-003210 



Stokkc, Svein 

95-002333 
Stollc, A. 

95-003310 
SLone, Richard 

95-00'ilia 
Stone, Steven L 

95-003220 
Stoich, V. 

93-002585 
S torch, VQ liter 

95-002731 

Storey, K. n. 

95-002533 

Stoskopf, Michael K. 
95-002187 
95-002320 
95-003301 
Stowell, Rick 

95-003721 
Strange, Richard J. 

95-002616 
Strnnko, Scott A. 

95-00299B 
Strawhridge, Eli?abeth W. 

95-004294 
Strawn, R. Kirk 

95-002615 

Strehlow, Deate 

95-002617 

95-002878 

Stromaheim, A. 

95-003340 
Stromsnes, Anne Haas 

95-004251 
Stroud, Geoffrey D. 

95-004255 
Strnasmann, Carlos A. 

95-002618 
Stiuasmann, Carlos Augusto 

95-002230 
Str?,Qiiek, J. 
95-002532 
Stuart, Karen G. 

95-003587 
Stuchell, Yvonne M. 

95-004281 
Stuckcy, L. F. 

95-003304 
Stuetzle, Weiner 

95-004319 1 

Sturlaugsson, Johannes 

95-002251 

95-003006 

93-003087 

Su, Wei-Cheng 

95-004189 
Subosa, P. F, 
95-002262 
Suenobu, Toshihidc 

95-003342 
Suffia, David 
95-002321 
Sugimoto, Takasbige 

95-002966 
Sugita, llaruo 

95-003341 
Suk, William II. 

95-003495 
Sulikowaki, J. A. 

95-002879 
Sullivan, Craig V. 

95-002562 
Sullivan, Patrick J. 

95-004231 

Sulztnan, Elizabeth H. 
95-003792 



FR 40(2) 



225 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Sumagaysay, N, S. 

95-002262 
Sumet, Suzana 

93-002286 
Sumnerfelt, Robert C, 

93-003722 
Sumners, Cliff II. 

95-003575 
Sunaila, John S. 

95-00*. 203 
Sunaga, T. 

95-002ai3 
Sundby, Svein 

95-003.088 

95-003136 
Sundo , Aoic 

95-QQ269B 
Sundell, Janne 

95-004232 
Sundell, Kristlna 

95-OQ25B? 

95-0026(11 
Sung, SaJc-Ju 

95-0042B2 
t, Hare 

95-002619 
Sucesh, A. 

95-003589 
Surtida, H. H. 

95-003302 

95-004233 
Suter, V. 

95-0&Z880 
Sutherland, A. 

95-003319 
Suwa, Makoto 

95-002739 
Suziiki , Ryo 

95-002739 
SusMikl, Satoru 



95-0033A2 

Suzuki, Tetauya 

95-002G23 



95-002620 
SvasQiid, TcrJG 

95-003131 
Svedang, llenrlk 

95-02906 
SvElnbJotnsaon, B. 

95-002621 
Svcinsson, T. 

95-002194 
Sveinsson, Torarinn 

95-Q02BU 
Sveniacn, E. 

95-003'i57 
Svcndaen, lars M. 

95-004152 
Svanson, Frederick J. 

95-004023 
Swanson, Rick 

95-003723 
Swattarann, Gordon 

95-004319 
Sweeting, Ruston M. 

95-002569 
Szathmary, Eots 

95-002740 
Szczerbowski, Jan A. 

95-00348? 
Saodlmayer, Stepfien T. 

95-002901 

95-003B33 
Tabata, Kazuo 

95-002546 



Taggart, C. T. 

95-004234 
Taggart, J. B. 

95-002741 
Taggart, John B. 

95-002726 
Tagliavini, Jamas 

95-002 M2 
Tait, Danilo 

95-003976 
Tniwo, F. ft, 

95-002622 
Takagl, Toru 

95-002577 
Tahahashl, A. 

93-002613 
Takahashl, lliioya 

95-002376 
Takahashi, N. 

95-003590 
Taknma, Kozo 

95-002623 
Takano, Kazunori 

95-0023/6 

95-002543 
Tnkao, Yoshlml 

95-004235 
Takashlma, Furaio 

95-002230 

95-002373 

95-002618 

95-002717 
Takcda, MasalilKo 

95-002289 
Takcda, Tako-akl 

95-00227B 
Takemura, Aklhlro 

93-002624 
Tahenaka, Aklko 

93-002793 
Takcnaka, Qsamu 

95-002793 
Takeuchl, llltoyukl 

95-002546 
Takeuchi, Toshio 

91-00?2B7 
Tftkil, KGnji 

95-002289 
Taklaawa , Tntanya 

95-002515 
Tnlamonl, S. A, 

95-003056 
Tdleb, llasaan 

95-003070 

B'i-OOSOBO 
TalBs, F.voljmo 

95-003507 
Tnlo, Anttl 

93-0026?7 
Tom, Nora F, Y. 

95-003716 
Tiimlya, Toru 

95-002573 
Tamoikine, K. V. 

93-003211 
Tamse, A, K 

95-003591 
Tomso, C. T. 

95-003591 
Tamutra, Yuklyoahl 

9S-002773 
Tanoka, Hldekl 

95-002288 
Tanaka, lllaao 

95-002635 
Tanaka, 

95-0033/d 



PR 40(2) 



226 



AUTHOR INDEX 



annkn, Satoshi 

95-002557 
finaka, Syoiti 

95-002499 
anda, Hlnorti 

95-003871 
fande, K. S 

95-1)03251 
faniroura, Haaayo 

95-002932 
fanner, Margaret K 

95-002177 

Taraachewski , Horst 
95-003379 

Tftiriqi H. 

95-Q03iB7 

Tarr, A. Bradley 

95-003199 

95-0032B2 

Torrab, Esther 

95-003376 
Tatner, H. V- 
95-002625 
Tfltrai, 1. 

95-003191 

Tatral, Istvan 

95-003090 

95-003091 

95-003920 

T.ivnres, Elizabeth F. 

95-002945 
Taylor i Alan C. 

95-G027S9 
Taylor, Christopher A. 

95-002946 
Taylor, Christoplier H. 

95-003212 
Taylor, tdwartl C. 

93-002236 
Taylor, G, B. 
95-003793 
Taylor, Malcolm 11. 

95-002922 
Taylor, lliehael S. 

95-003141 
Taylor, William W. 
95-003621 
95-003&51 
TcliiaHov, Sergey 
95-003252 
95-004230 
Teaming i A. 

95-002957 
Tcna, Fernando 

95-002171 
Tcrcclro, Matk 

95-004221 
faccnclo, Louis 

95-002302 
Tarramwa, Rusacll 

95-003486 

Torrabonne, H, Pater 
9S-OQ3724 

Terry, C. 

95-003859 
Tesch, F.-W. 

95-(103139 

95-004287 
Teasler, Nathalie 

95-002947 
Tester, Patricia A. 

95-003592 
Thacfcer, Sayca G. 

95-00-2249 
Thedinga, John F. 
95-004007 



Theoilorakis, Christoplier 

95-003580 
Theron, J. 

95-002492 
Therricn, L. 
95-003691 
lliiel, R. 

05-003253 
Tlilriot-Quievrcux, Cathfsilne 

95-0027^3 
Thomas, David U. 

95-002258 
Tliomas, G. L. 
95-003224 
Thomas, P. 

95-002661 
Thomas, I'aul W. 

95-003973 
Thomas , S . 

95-002626 
'Ihomas, W. K. 
95-002721 
Thornassen, Hagny Skinla 

95-004251 
Thompson, Doyd 7.. 

95-003626 
Thompson, Bruce A. 

95-002940 
Thompson. J. A- J ' 

95-0035BB 
Tliomson, Brute C. 

95-002790 
Thotkildsen, Solveig 

95-003030 
Thorne, Rlcltord E. 
95-00'.320 
95-001331. 
TliorpO) J- K - 
95-002777 
Thocpe, John E. 

95-002769 
Thamenu, Gerard 

95-004175 
Tlirusl), S. F. 
95-00364B 
Tliurow, Frlta 

95-004109 
Thurow, Russell F. 



Thyholt, K. 

95-003244 
Tian, M. Y. 

95-003369 
Tidwell. Jaraca II. 

95-002259 
Tlarnay, Jayne F. 

95-003395 
Tieisch, Terrenes R. 

95-002677 
Tillitt, D. E, 

95-003531 
Tilney, R. L. 
95-003213 
Tlnichcnko, Nelly F. 

05-003343 
Timnlna, Claik Brighton 

95-002H15 
Tirrii Rauno 
95-002627 
Tian, Hark S. 
95-003254 
Tislei, T. 

99-003593 

Tizol Correa, Rafael 
95-003804 
95-004Z37 



FR 



227 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



lvc, llnni 



Tdlinri T. U. 
j-i-OlV'tld't 
L'mhor, lUiutll^ U. 

(ji-oourrzn 

Toilcl, r.wi-n C. D. 



Jnhl/, Jtf 1 K. 

95-11 ITJQ93 
ToUl. Tmln 



Milur, Vlni1iin.li 



TiiiioHnkl, AH I Mi 
93 -nCW 65 7 

Toop, Hnil*-*n itl 
95-002629 

Tom' i -1 ' OI! 

91-002630 ^ 
nfi Al r " 



- 
Mn|vim, Toibjoin h. 



Ti 



- J - 



1 " N ' 
?* 

luit'y, IHyri 
<j>i-0 

TiiUnor 



A. 



ijl-0026'H 



iip CnrL K. 
t)'1-00372/ 



91-OOZQB1 



93-002.601- 

. T. 

91-003130 
TrluLdodi Annnboll* l 

95-001872 

'frllipnl. Edwotil A. 
75-002032 
93-002907 



Trumble, Itobcrt J 

95-00^231 
Taat, II. -J 



Tsai, Huai-Jen 

95-0027fi5 
Tseng, Fu-Slien 

95-00271.5 
Tsiliezav, V. V. 

95-002A41 
Tsu h V. Y. 

95-002707 
Tsuchiya, Takahide 

95-002573 
Tauda, Talzo 
95-00359'. 
Tsultamoto, K. 
95-002673 
Tsukamoto , Kntaurai 

95-002788 

Tsmnura, Ken 

95-OQ27B1 

Tucker, JotmW., Jr. 
95-002948 
95-00385(1 
Tucker, P. 

95-DO'<062 
Tufts, B. L. 
95-003950 
Tullock, John 
95-002283 
95-002316 
Tulonen, Jouni 

93-003595 
Turingan, R. G. 

95-002400 
Turner, R. E. 
95-003678 
Turner, R. R. 
95-003583 
Turnpenny, W. H. 

95-003772 
Turovetsky, V. B. 

95-003503 
Tusov, V. B. 
95-003503 
Tyler, Jeffrey A. 

95-002982 
Taeng, Wann-Nian 

95-002634 
Udagawa, Miho 
95-002201 
Udolisa, R. E. K. 



Ueda, Hii-oshi 

95-002635 
Ueno, Koichi 
95-002704 
Ugaretz, Steven 
95-00379<> 
95-003930 
Uiblein, F. 

95-003831 

Ukawa, Hasaharu 

95-002289 

Ullen, F. 

95-002401 
95-002816 

Umezu, K. 0. 
95-002813 

Umino, T. 
95-002S61 

Omlno, Tetsuya 
95-002200 
95-002227 
95-002278 



93.002613 



22S 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Underwood, 13. T. 

95 -003 US 
lira, Kazuliiio 

95-002&3G 
Urlihiatl, t. C. 

95-002637 
Urdaneta, M. 

95-0(J3'i96 
Ursin, Michael J. 

95-003214 
UsIiLkuW, Akikuni 

95-00/,0<>l 
USbR Academy of Sciences 

95-002339 
Utevsky, Surge Vu. 

95-00311 '.6 
Utrilla, C. G 



Uva, Dlancn Maria 

95-OOZ3iil 
Dye, Sliin-ichl 

95-004X01 
Uzars, D. 

95-00309'. 
Vadaa, Robert L. , Jr. 

95-004049 
Val, Artalbarto L. 

95-002529 
Voile, C. F. 

95-004208 
VnlnonLc, Roberta Caildatl D. 

95 -00'. 239 
Vnn Den A,vyle, Michael J. 

95-003909 
van den Bctjjhe, Eric 

95-002818 
Van Den Nlcuwenhuiaon, Arcnd 

95-0023-22 
van den Tliillact, Guido C. E. J. H. 



9^1-002630 
Van dei Hank, F. H. 

9S-Q02&93 
vim dci Moercn, Tci-Je 

93-002B82 
Van ttonk, K. 

95-003975 
Von Drlal, T>. 

95-l)0'.06a 
vnn lloutte, Aimlck 

93-002188 
Van Lear, 0. H. 

95-003793 
van I.aQuwen, Jacqueline F. N. 

95-00315', 
van Leenwon, Johan L, 



Vail Love reu, Hank 

05-003576 
Van Poucke, S, 0, 

95-003311 
van Rnalj , Marcel T. M. 

95-002648 

95-002639 
van Schalck, M. J. H. 

05-003513 
Van Tassell, Jame^ 

55-QOA122 
Vnn Veld, I'cLer A. 

95-003523 
Vnti Vooren, Al 

55-00372S 
Vandc Vusae, Frctlorick J, 



VaflDenliossche, Jamie 
93-002^-02 



Vanl'utte, C L, H 

95-0026(10 
Varanaai, Uiha 

95-0(13563 

95-003583 
Vari, Richard P. 

95-003270 
Varnavskaya , N. V. 

95-002746 
Varnavskii, V. S. 

95-002746 
Vaailiu, George D. 

93-003215 
Vasquez Garcia, Alvaro 

93-002109 
Vaughan, D S. 

93-003906 
Vaughan i Douglas S. 

95-002873 

95-002908 
Vaux, Peter D 

93-00'i076 
Vaya, Jacob 

95-002461 
Vaxquea Hernandez, Roan Maria 

95-003597 
Vecchione, Michael 

93-003627 
Veclit, Sharon 

95-003132 
Vecsei-Holil, R. 

95-003489 
Veillette, Philip A. 

95-0026'.! 
Velarde, Entiqueta 

95-002909 
Velaaco, J. C. 

95-002865 
Velea Hernandez, Hayca Elizabeth 

95-OQ3' l ' 1 7 
Vellgorskaya, Elena V. 

95-003343 
Vcllldis, G. 

95-004000 
Venkataramani, C. S. 

95-003555 
VenTreaca, D.wld A. 

95-00',241 
Vcrberne, Marlles E. 

95-003581 
Verbrugge, D, A. 

95-003531 
Vergara, J. M. 

95-002281 
Verheljen, F. J. 

95-004284 
Verlgin, D. V. 

95-002237 
Vernier, Jean-Marie 

95-002465 
Verrill, Donovan D. 

95-003827 
Verspoor, Eric 

95-002747 
Veshchev, P. V. 

95-002947 
Vickory, Amy P. 

95-004262 
Victor, Reginald 

95-003216 
Vldnurri-Sotelo, A. L. 

95-004191 
Vldeler, John J. 

95-002642 
Vieyra, Leticia 

95-002909 



FR 40(2) 



229 



1995 



AUTHOR INDEX 



VI IV 



VI 



VUn, A. 

rj'i-(M>UFlH 
Vl 1 I'll i Ml - l 

yi-oiwany 

Vluc i'iit i Aii"" 



c; - ' 



- 
VOIHI, tii'lovli' K. 



I*' ' 



Wagimaii , Sukarno 

95-004205 
Wa&ner , Eric J. 

95-002192 
Wagner, Eric S. 

95-00(1323 
Valili, Thomas 
95-003366 
Wald, Roxana H. 

95-003217 
Wainwright, P. C. 

95-002400 
Wakabayashl, Hlsatsugu 

95-0033*'* 
Vakamatau, ShLgeru 

95-002278 
Walker, Charline 

95-002505 
Walker, J. 

95-002405 

Hallaett, Charlotte 
93-002645 
95-0026'i6 
WaLllg, Matthew A. 

95-003401 
Walla, Jerry 0. 

95-003218 
Walsh, Patrick J. 

95-002U7 
Walsh, Richard G. 

95-003843 

Walsh, Theresa 

95-002883 

95-004097 

Walters, Gary E. 

95-004179 
Walthew, George 

95-004249 
Waluga, Jerzy 

95-003487 
Wang Aimln 

95-002406 
Wang Hao 

95-002530 

Wang Liahu 

95-002234 
Wang Qingtang 

95-002653 
Wang Yl-Lel 

95-002407 
Wang, C. D. 

95-003345 
Wang, Lai 
95-003345 

Wang, King 

95-003096 
Wang, Z. Y. 

95-002215 
Hanless, S. 

95-002775 

Ware, Robert R. 

95-003747 

95-004244 

Waring, Colin P- 

95-003600 
Warnecke, J. 
95-004062 
Warnecke, Jim 

95-004077 
Warner, Robert R. 

95-002818 
Ware, Gregory W. 

95-002711 
Warren, Helvln L. 

95-003283 
Warren, W. G. 
95-003910 



230 



AUTHOR INDEX 



Haste, Stephen 

95-003729 

Wataiiabe, Takeshi 

95-002287 

95-002647 

Vfatanabe, Vusukc 

95 -OD? 463 
Vathne, lien to M 

95-003976 
Uatson, R A 
95-OQ'i32'i 
Uats-on, William 

95-002856 
Watt, P. W 

95-002487 
Hflynne, Forrest 

95-00223(1 
Webb, Paul W. 
<J5-0026'i8 
Webber, D. N. 
95-002'iD2 
95-002'*53 
Hcber, G. M 

95-0026<i9 
Weber, Nlkolaus 

95-003379 
Wpbsier, Call D. 

95-002259 
Wabstttir, Joe 
95-003730 
Hederich, Robert P., 

95-002323 
Weeks, Stephen C. 

95-002273 
Wegner, M. 

g5-003fi08 
Walinas, Richard E. 

95-003693 
Vei, C. I. 

95-003309 
Helmerakiit-h, Henri 

95-003067 
Hclsncr, Stefan E. D. 



Meat , James E. 



Hcisae, Thomaa 

95-003977 
Wcithman, A. Stephen 

B3-0037H 
Velch, H. 

95-003602 
Wellcr, Milton W. 

95-003732 

Wells, Hnmlall S. 

9S-002B61 

95-003061 

95-003100 

Helton, S. 

95-00'i005 
Wen, Ntian 

95-OOH319 

VeudGlaai Gcinga, S. 
95-0021129 
95-002498 
Wendllne, Dertrand 

95-002182 
Wecner, F. K. 
95-003182 
Werner, Gisela 

95-003379 
Wornerua, Francois 

93-002818 
Wesche, Tliomaa A. 

95-0-04333 
tfeslawskl, Jan H. 

95-003097 
Weat, 1. F. 
95-00311A 



FR 40(2) 



95-003B29 
WesLin, L. 

95-003978 
Westneat, M. W. 

95-002369 
Weston, Jarae 1 * A. 

95-002505 
We they, David S 

95-00'iOGO 
Wetzel, Lisa 
95-002748 
Whaley, Roy A. 

95-003856 
Whelan, K. F. 
95-00'.030 
White, Charles 11. 

95-004262 
White, Ed 

95-002910 
95-003881 

Wliltc, Miller G. Ill 
95-004060 

White, R. J- 
95-002600 
White, Hay J. 
95-004026 
White, Robert G. 

95-003863 

White, Steve 

95-002324 

95-003219 

95-003255 

Whitman, K. 

95-003329 
Whitlinston, I. D- 

05-003<.18 
WhltUngton, R. J. 

95-003331 
Whitworth, Wilbur Eugene 

95-002911 
Whoriakcy, F. G. 

95-002819 
Wicht, Helmut 
95-002/<39 
Wickstrom, H. 
95-003152 
Wickatrom, Hahan 
95-002403 
95-002588 
95-003978 
Wldanapathlrana, G. S. 

95-003332 
Wicier, W. 

9-J-002539 
Wiik, Ragnhlld 

95-003331 
Wljeyaratno, H. J. S. 

95-003763 
Wikatrora, Martin 

95-002599 
Wllcox, Rebecca 

95-003057 
Wild, Gillian C. 

93-003496 

Wiley, Robert W. 

95-003733 

95-003828 

95-003837 

Wilkcna, Lon A. 

95-002650 
Wilkonaka, llallna 
95-002950 
95-003133 
95-003236 



231 



W95 



AUTHOR INDEX 



...CONTINUED,.. 
Wllkonaka, Halina 

95-003979 
Willard, T. 

95-OQ40G2 
Willett, D, J. 

95-003834 
Williams, Christopher fl, 

95-003220 
Williams, 0. E. 

95-003590 
Will lams, Dick 

95-004273 
Williams, Jack E. 

95-003723 
Williams, M. A. 

95-003449 
Williams, P, James 

93-003510 
Williams, ft. 
95 -00233 J, 
Williams, T. V. 

95-003134 
Williams, W. D. 

95-003980 
Willis, David H, 
95-003824 
95-OG39fll 
VilUs, H. 0. 
95-002637 
Willis, Maryjean L, 

?5 -00 249 7 
Wlllatigflby, . R. 

95-00.3347 
Wills, Paul S. 

93-002749 
Wilson, A, C. 
95-003836 
Wilson, Charles A. 
95-003296 
95-004214 
9-5-004227 
95-004302 
95-004303 

Vilson, David Sloan 
95-002620 



Wilson, Harold T. 

95-003553 
Wilson, Kenneth C. 

93-0041B8 

93-0042-15 
Wilson, Maty E. 

95-003623 

95-004246 
Wilson, Helanie R, 

95-002731 
WHson, Rose 

95-ooaeoi 

Wilson, Thomas C, 

95-QO40 
Wilson, William J, 

95-003110 
Wiltzius, Hillian J. 

W -003 MO 
Winemiller, Kirk 0, 

95-002406 
Wlnfield, Dcnise K. 

9S-003098 
WlnEleld, Ian J. 

95-0030?8 
Wing, Bruce L. 

95-003450 
Wlrgin, Isagc I. 

95-003510 
Hiadom, Michael J, 
95-00^017 



Wiaenden, Brian D, 

55-002821 
Wianiewskl, JOB 

95-003727 
Wianiewskl, S, J, 

95-003002 
WlsBmar, Robert C. 

95-003734 
Witick, A. 

9S-003A91 
Witte, Frans 
93-004339 
Witter, Daniel j. 

95-003733 
Wlttgren, Hans fi, 

95-003453 
liohlfaitli, Giora W. 

95-002231 
Wohlgemuth, Evzcn 



95-002344 

95-003142 

Wolf, Alan E, 

95-003981 

Wolf, Manfred 

95-003574 
Wolfe, S. H. 
93-002931 
Wong Perczurlta, Carlos Fc 

93-002290 
Wong, Henry K. T. 

95-004314 
Wong, R. J. 

93-004258 
Wong, Yuk-Shdn 

95 -00} 736 
Wood, C. C, 

95 -002566 
Wood, Chris C. 

95 -002 4 7/. 
Woodford, jf. H, 

95-003S5S 
Woocifiead, Peter tl. j. 

95-003795 
hoorfward, Colleen Calclwo 

95-002fi51 
Woodward, Peter fi. 
95-00294B 
95-003B54 
Woostcr, G, A, 

95-003361 
Wooster, Gregory A. 

95-003320 
Wootton, Robert J. 

95-002BU 
Wotk, Kiraten 

95-003099 
Work, Thereee 

95-004274 
WorUiey, Wendy 

95-003024 
Worthington, K. Oaiiou 

95-003982 
Wrenn, William B. 
95-0039S7 
93-004067 
Wright, Andre-Hen is o, 

95-003362 
Wright, J. H, 
95-002721 
Wright, P. j. 
95-002822 
Wright, Patricia A, 

95-002652 

Wright, Russell A, 
95-003022 



PR 40(2) 



232 



AimiOH INDEX 



Hu He-Zhou 

95-004250 
tfu, J. L. 

05-0021B3 

95-002213 

95-002688 

95-00337? 
Hu, S. M. 

95-002215 
WursLg, Bernd 

95-G02BG1 

95-003001 

95-003100 
Wiiralgi Melany 

95-002861 
Hurls, William ft 

95-002?39 
Wustcmami , OtErlcd 

95-003135 
Wyatt, T. 

95-004247 
Wydoski, Richard S. 

95-003737 

95-003B28 
Xlile, J 

95-0(12363 
It La Dcchang 

95-00223* 
XI a Liqun 

95-002653 
Xiao, 2. M. 

9J-003307 
Xlong Qunn-Wel 

95-002381 
Xcdakova, Ludmlla P 

95-003343 

Xn Fens-Shan 

95-OOfi250 



Xn. Y L. 

55-003377 
Vagt , Robert E. 

95-00407B 
Yomagami k Kcnjlro 

95-009716 
YotnagiBUt, Satoahl 

95-002932 
Yamamoto, Atsushl 

95-002655 

95-002656 
Vamana, Vasuyukl 

95-002518 
Yamauchl, Kolici 



95-0025i6 

95-002563 

95-002633 

05-002636 
Yan, J. S. 

95-003738 
Vanceyj Daniel It. 

95-002259 
Yang J mix ing 

95-00328'. 
Vang, B.-Y. 

95-002750 
Yang, Q. Z. 

95-003451 
Yang i Hua7.hu 

95-002239 
ao, Shan-JiUB 

95-002200 
Yao , Zuxu 

95-002200 

Yap, Maureen Rao 

95-004248 



Yarbarovigh, K. A. 

95-003821 
Yaron, Zvi 

95-002549 
Yaaultaro , Akio 

95-004.285 
Yasumasu, Ikuo 

95-002716 
Yasumasu, Shlgekl 

95-002716 
Yavnov, Sergey 

95-00't236 
Ye Mao-Zliong 

05-004230 
Yeoger, Biuce L. 

95-003452 
YeEimova, N. A. 

95-002432 
Yi, Soon Kll 

95-004187 
Yin Mingcheug 

95-00280', 
Yipp, H, W. 

95-004249 
Yndcstact, M. 



Yokoyama, Haaah-tto 

95-002291 
Yokoyama, Shln-iclii 

95-003101 
Vokoyama, Tdkeahi 

95-002325 
Yoneda, Hlki 
95-002546 
Yoo, Kyung H. 
95-002190 
York, Dniryl 
95-004332 
Yosliida, Krttsunori 

95-002623 
Yoshidd, Hikd 

95-002657 
Yosliida, T. 

95-002468 

Ya-ihikdwa, II. 

95-00265& 

Yoshikuni, Hlclilyaau 
95-002353 
95-002659 
Yaahimizu, Hamaru 

95-003373 

Yoshlnaka, Reljl 

95-002554 

93-004276 

Yoshloka, Yosliitada 

95-003130 
YoBhlzaki, Goto 

95-002717 
You, 7,hl-l)inE 

95-002599 

Voum, Hal-fin 

95-002195 

95-002196 

Young, Alan V. 

95-002607 
Youngbluth, H, J. 

95 -002'. 2 7 
Yousha, E. J. 
05-002Q60 
Yousl, A- N. 
95-003346 
You son, J. H. 
95-002489 
95-002510 
Vu, D. P. 
95-003377 



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AUTHOR INDI..X 



Yw, John Yuh-Lin 

95-002/.31 
Vuasa, K-ei 

95-0033119 
Yufera, H. 

95-00-2395 
Yumoto, tsao 

95-003373 
Yun, S. 

95-003367 
Zahlk, H. E. 

95-003602 
Zablk, M. J. 

95-003602 
2agorc-Koncan, J, 

95-003593 
2ahnleva, Victoria A. 

95-003343 
Zaino, Jolm P. 

95-003556 



P. 



95-003660 
Zafclrova, Z. H. 

95-002639 
Zanuy , S . 

95-002537 

95-002538 
Zanuy, Silvia 

95-002', W 
Zapletal, Tomas 



Zaroban, D. M, 

93-0011047 
Zaraky, Lytiba 

95-003652 
Zavala-Gonaalea, Alfredo 

95-0029B5 
Zdanowlcz, Vincent S. 

95-003486 
ZdanowsM , Bogus law 

95-003487 

95-003796 
Zeh, H. 

95-003489 
Zelck, Clementine 

95-002374 
Zelditch, Miriam Loali 

95-002409 
Eeleplen, Jaroslaw 

95-003133 
Kengel, Scott A. 

95-003797 
Eetina-HogueL, Carlos 

95-003221 
Ehan, Y. P. 

95-003307 
Zhang Tie-qi 

95-0023B3 
Zhang Zi-Ping 

95-002407 
Zhang, Ikm&bao 

95-00264B 
Zhang, Huan 

95-002751 
Zhang, Weiqi 

95-002599 
Zhang, . S. 

9.5-00373B 
Zhang, Y. X. 

95-Q024B6 
Zhang, Zhan 

93-002240 
Zhao Weiqian 

95-003911 

95-003913 
Zhao Zi-Jing 

95-00'i2SO 



Zhao, Guojing 

95-003309 
Zhao, N X. 

93-002191 
Zheng Hei-Yun 

95-002A07 
Zheng Wenbiao 

95-002410 
Zheng, W. 

93-002756 
Zhou, G. Y. 

95-002215 
Zhou, S. R. 

95-003369 
Zhu Song-Quan 

95-003045 
Zhu Xin-Hua 

95-004250 
Zhu, Y. 

95-002661 
Zhuang, N. N. 

95-002486 
Zhulkov, A. Y. 

95-002783 
Zithzee, Hans 

95-002639 
Zotoa, Anaataaloa 

95-004286 

ZOU, P. Q. 

93-002183 

Zuckecman, Lawrence 
95-003693 




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GEOGRAPHICAL INDEX 



Africa 

95-002307 
93-003260 
95-003/06 
95-00395', 
93-003982 
93-00(1163 
Africa, Western 

93-002109 
Africa: Luke Malawi 

55-003174 

Africa. Lake Tanganyika 
95-002797 
95-003148 
95-003947 

Africa: Lake Victoria 
95-003741 
95-003971 
95-004339 
Alabama 

95-1)02223 

95-002738 

Alabama, Caa3t.nl 

95-002981 
Alabama: Beovec Creek 

95-002930 
Alabama: Cahab.i River 

95-00(1039 

Alabama: Gunttsiaville Reservoir 
95-003-357 
95-004067 
95-OOdOGB 
Alabama! Holly Hill Cieek 

05-002930 
Alabama! Paint Rock River 

95-G0328.3 
Alabama! Tallapoosa River 

95-004013 
Alabama: Wheeler Reservoir 

95-004068 
Alnska 

95-003172 
95-OQ34G5 
95-003729 
95-003825 
Alaska, Southeastern 

95-003667 
Alaska: Gulf of Alaska 

95-OQ282& 
Alnska: Kodink Island 

95-003BfiO 
Alaska i Laka Aleknajjlk 

95-003099 
Alaskoi Prince William Sound 

95-003799 
Alaska: Prudhoe Bay 

95-003110 
Alaska t ScHrader Lake 

95-003601 

Alaskai Shaliltof Strait 
95-002326 
95-Q0293B 
Alaakai SituU Rivoi 

95-00'i007 
Alaska! Tustumcim Lake 

95-00291* 

Alaska! Wood River Lakes 
95-002748 
95-003021 
American Samoa 

95-002992 
Antarctica 
95-002935 
95-003667 
95-004 1B2 

Arabian Sea and Area 
95-003203 



. -CONTINUED, . 
Arabian Sea ami Arcn 

95-003268 

95-003277 

95-OQ327B 

95-00327'J 

95-003280 

95-003281 

95-004150 
Ami Sea 

95-003980 
Arctic Ocean 

95-003097 

95-003446 

95-003474 

95-003493 
Argentina 

95-002977 

95-003065 

95-003185 

95-003505 

95-003865 

95-004209 
Arizona 

95-003903 

95-004036 
Arizona: Aravaipa Cieoh 

95-003986 
Arizona: Rrigiit Angol Creek 

95-003 IBS 
Arizona: Canyon Creek 

95-0039B6 
Arizona: Grand Canyon Natl. Park 

95-003189 
Arizona: Ilayden-Rhodcg Aqueduct 

95-004334 
Arizona: Kanab Creek 

95-003189 
Arironai Saguaro Lake 

95-004062 

95-00'i077 
Arizona: Verde Hivei 

95-003986 
Ailinneasi nig Pincy Creok 

95-003393 
Arkansas: Lake SiiRailaaf 

95-004031 
Arkansas: Lake Wed ing ton 

93-004051 
Arkansas: Logan Cave Stieam 

95-002902 
Arkansas: Mulbcrty lUvcr 

95-003393 
Arkansas: Soutli Eoutclie Ln Faro Itlvot 

95-003393 
Asia 

95-002843 

95-003954 
Asia, East 

95-003652 
Asia, Sou Lheas tern 

95-002178 

95-002243 
Aalai Mekong River nntl ilnain 

95-004012 
Atlantic Ocean 

93-002866 
Atlantic Ocean, Eastern 

95-004104 
Atlantic Ocean, HorUl 

95-002389 

95-002775 

95-002631 

95-002854 

95-002910 

95-002969 

95-003020 



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. ..CONTINUED.. . 


.. CONTINUED... 


Atlantic Ocean, North 
95-003056 


Atlantic Ocean, North wastein 
95-003121 


33-003067 


95-00316B 


95-003067 


93-003204 


95-003165 


9S-003206 


9V003221 


95-003209 


95-003227 


95-003214 


95-003233 


95-003218 


95-003234 


95-003222 


95-Q032'.B 


95-003357 


95-003219 


95-003562 


95-003250 


95-003864 


95-003'iil 


95-003888 


95-003605 


95-004115 


95-00^640 


95-004119 


95-003680 


95-004136 


95-004124 


95-004145 


95-004 H8 


95-OQ'il61 


95-0041.511 


95-004230 


95-004172 


95-004234 


95-006177 


95-004294 


95-004185 


Atlantic Ot.ean, boutli 


95-004192 


95-004182 


95-004204 


Atlantic Ocean, SimtlwouLprn 


95--OQ4224 


95-003065 


Atlantic Ocean, Norths Middle Atlantic Blglit 


95-003262 


95-003150 


95-003402 


95-001107 


95-003505 


95-004221 


95-003865 


Atlantic Ocean, North: Sew York night 


95-004209 


95-003 4.B6 


Atlantic Ocean, Western 


Atlantic Ocean, Norths Scatian Shelf 


95-003016 


93-004151 


Australia 


Atlantic Ocean, North: South Atlantic night 


95-002428 


95-003864 


95-002907 


Atlantic Ocean, Northeastern 


95-003809 


95-QD23K- 


95-003875 


95-002374 


95-004073 


95-002384 


Australia! Botany Slny 


95-002679 


95-002961 


95-002667 


Australia: Brisbane Hlvin 


95-002.761 


95-003293 


95-002B7B 


Australia; Clarence Hivoi 


95-002862 


95-003859 


95-002391 


Australia! Colllo Itlvoi 


95-002914 


95-002864 


95-002933 


Australiai Gtcat |i(inh>i UP 


95-003013 


95-002927 


95-003115 


95-003289 


95-003131 


95-003598 


95-003139 


Australia; Gulf ot Ciupnim 


95-003161 


95-003120 


95-003211 


Australia: Gulf HL, Vliurni 


95-OQ323B 


95-003753 


95-003251 


95-003810 


95-003457 


Australia; Heron Island 


95-003890 


95-003289 


95-004122 


Australia i Jeivia Bny 


95-004131 


93-003789 


95-004143 


Australiai Lianul inlniul 


95-004140 


95-0032B9 


95-004197 


Australia! Moicton Bay 


Atlantic Ocean, Northwestern 


95-003418 


95-002342 


95-003443 


93-002.457 


Australia; New Sonlli Vnlni 


93-002481 


95-002961 


93-002824 


95-003059 


95-002834 


95-003176 


95-G02S74 


95-003789 


95-002886 


95-003859 


95-&02B99 


95-003866 


95-002901 


95-004210 


95-002953 

95-003018 


Australia! QuocnnLnncI 
95-002678 


95-003043 


95-003292 


95-003095 


93-003418 



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., CQHTIWJED.. . 
Australia: Queensland 



95-003 4 43 
95-003471 
95-003598 
95-00337(1 

Australia: South Australia 
95-003257 
95-001753 
95-003810 

95-004123 

Australia: Spencer Gulf 

95-003753 
Australia. Swan River 

95-0040SB 
Australia, Tasmania 

95-003860 

Australia; Victoria 
95-003176 
95-003765 
95-003866 

Australia: Western AusUalia 
95-002443 
95-004088 
Australia: Yarra River 

95-003765 
Austria 

95-0023/1 8 
85-003033 
95-003259 
95-OQ32&5 
Austrian Mondaec 

95-003831 
Azores Islands 

95-003055 

Kaliama Islands 

95-002329 

93-002342 

Baltic Sea and Area 
95-00233B 
95-002382 
95-002906 
95-003094 
95-003236 
95-003245 
95-003409 
95-003576 
95-003846 
95-003861 
95-004080 
95-004109 
95-004124 
95-004169 
95-004228 
95-004232 
95-004238 
Bangladesh 

95-002213 
Barbados 

95-003183 
Barents Sea 
95-002333 
95-002687 
95-002702 
95-002853 
95-002903 
95-0029B9 
95-003066 
95-003088 
95-003136 
95-003165 
95-003244 
95-004155 
95-004201 
ftiiy of Bengal 
95-003430 



Belgimns OurUiQ Hlver 

95-002753 

Bering Sea 

95-003039 

95-003172 

95-003493 

95-004179 

Bermuda Islands 

95-002953 

Black Sea and Area 
95-002241 
95-003175 
95-003782 
95-O0410B 
95-OOdl70 
Brazil 

95-003012 
95-003016 
95-003056 
95-003429 
95-003.617 
95-003744 
95-003745 
95-004216 
Brazil: Guandu River 

95-003424 
Brazil! Paraguay River 

95-003537 

Brazil' Parana River 
95-002999 
95-003422 
95-003761 
Brazil: Fatos Lagoon 

95-004079 
Brazils Rio Coart 

9S-0023QS 
Brazil: Rio Cuiaba 

95-003537 
Brazil: Rio Madeira 

95-003573 
Brazil: Rio Tibagi 

95-003141 
Brazil: Rio Tiete 

95-002876 
Brazil: Tres Marias Hese rvoi r 

95-002943 
Brazil: Uaupea niver 

95-003989 
California 
95-002721 
95-002925 
95-003184 
95-003273 
95-003630 
95-004064 
95-004128 
95-004164 
95-004171 

California, Coastal 
95-002-696 
95-002856 
95-002 95B 
95-002893 
95-002931 
95-0029BO 
95-00310B 
95-003180 
95-003746 
95-003747 
95-003748 
95-003775 
95-004117 
95-004140 
95-004183 
95-004188 
95-004202 



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. ..CONTINUED. . 
California, Coastal 

95-004201 

95-0114207 

95-G0420S 

55-004211 

95-0042-29 

95 -0 042 4 1 



95-QOH245 

95-00(1289 

95-OD'i3Q7 
California i Southern 

95-00'.20a 

95-004307 
California: Paldwiik Lake 

95-003946 
California: Bogus Creek 

95-002085 
California! California. Current 

93-00*11-50 
Calif ortilai Castle Lake 

95-003937 
California: CoacheLla Canal 



California: Crandall Creek 

95-003536 
California: Ilumboldt Bay 

95-004133 
Cnlifornia! King Harbor 

95-002980 
California! Lake Talioe 

95-003972 
California; San Francisco Bay 

95-003536 
California: Santa Catalina Island 

95-002810 

95 - 002 B 27 

95-003746 
California ! Southern California Bight 

95-003166 

95-001208 
Cameroon 

95-003363 
Canada 

95-00290(4 

95-003446 

95-003701 



Canarta, Northern 

95-00330*1 

95-003552 

95-003923 
Canada: Alberta 

95-OD3fi99 

95-OOJ771 



M-OD3S53 
Canada: Annapolis River 

05-003210 
Canada' Athabasca River 

95-Q&3J71 
Canada: Garkley Sound 

15-003337 
Canada! British Columbia 

95-002*174 

95-0039B3 

95-fl03159 

95-003237 

95-003568 

95-003625 

95-003644 

95-003760 

95-003771 

95-003777 

95-OD37B6 

95-004037 



. ..CONTINUED. . . 

Canada: British Columbia 

95-004041 
Canada: Conception Day 

95-003169 
Canada: Conoe River 

95-003910 
Canada: East River 

95-003354 
Canada: Eraser Rivor 

95-003588 

95-003771 

95-004037 
Canada; Gatincau Riuor 

95-003463 
Canada: Ko of en ay Lake 

95-00247ft 
Canada: Lake Cioclte 

95-0039'iO 
Canada! Lake Labergo 

95-003540 
Canada: Lake Opcoago 

95-002934 
Conada. Manitoba 

95-003730 
Canada; Halapeflin Flivcr 

95-003904 
Canada! Minas Qosin 

95-002857 

95-00289B 
Canada: Nanaimo llatboi* 

95-003788 
Canada; Ncchako Rivor 

95-0040^1 
Canada; New Brunswick 

95-002735 
Canada; Newfoundland 

95-002481 

95-002747 

95-0028 Vi 

95-002073 

95-002BB6 

95-002891) 

95-002901 

95-003989 

95-003043 

95-003066 

95-003168 

95-00320'. 

95-003206 

95-003222 

95-003571 

95-003640 

95-003888 

95-00391O 

95-004234 
Canadai Nova Scotia 

95-002857 

!>S- 00289-8 

95-003210 

95-003354 

95-003480 
Canada: Oldman Rivoi 

95-003699 
Canada; Ontario 

95-002332 

95-002335 

95-002812 

95-002954 

95-003484 

95-003497 

95-0037B7 

95-003923 

95-003950 

95-003965 
Canada! Peace River 

95-003771 



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Canada; quftbc 
95-003126 
95-003415 
9 5- 003 '.63 
95-003348 
95-003549 



95-003940 

Canada: Saint-Maurice River 
95-003463 
95-003548 
Canada: Salmon River 

95-002983 
Canada: Southern Indian Lake 

95-001750 

Canada; St. Lawrence Seaway 
95-003473 
95-OQ3GBO 
95-004134 
Canada: Vancouver Island 

95-003777 
Canada: Yukon 

95-003540 
Canary Islands 
95-003161 
95-OQ'il22 
95-004131 
95-004156 
Caribbean Area 
93 -002 4 00 
95-002859 
95-002921 
95-003112 
95-003209 
95-003263 
95-003274 
95-003436 
95-003BO'> 
95-00 3 854 
95-004190 
95-00'.237 

Ca apian Sea and Area 
95-0022'.! 
95-003752 
95-003878 
95-004186 
Central America 
95-0023O7 
95-003266 
Chile 

95-002939 
95-003297 
95-003717 
95-004173 
95-004174 
Chile: Lago Rupanco 

95-003460 
China 

95-002184 
95-003738 
China! Blanch! Lake 

95-003045 
Clilnaj Hainan Island 

95-003284 
China! Heilong Jiang Rivar 

95-0-023&3 
Chlnai Liaonlng Province 

95-002234 
China; Tallin Lake 

95-002884 
China i Yangtze River and Basin 

95-002884 
Colombia 

95-002186 
95-003112 
95-003263 



. . CONTINUED . 
Colombia 

95-003389 
Colorado 
95-OO2193 
95-00365B 
95-004024 
Colorado' Granby Lake 

95-003960 
Connecticut 

95-003609 
Costa Rica 
95-QO3392 
95-004034 
Croatia 

95-003181 
Cuba 

95-002344 
95-003804 
95-004237 

Cuba! Isla da la Juventud 
95-002343 
95-003142 
Czech Republic 
95-002390 
95-002398 
95-002913 
Czech Republics Dyje Rival 

95-003169 

Czech Republic! Labe River 
95-003046 
95-003150 

Czech Republics Morava River 
95-002391 
95-003170 
95-003192 
95-004009 
Czech Republic; Muaov Reservoir 

95-003034 
Czech Republic: Oslava River 

95-003143 

Delaware. Delaware Bay 
95-002922 
95-004149 
Denmark 

95-003004 
95-003111 
95-003472 
95-003861 
95-003953 
95-004152 
Dominican Republic 

95-004230 
Eaatetr Island 

95-002887 
Ecuador 

95-003386 
England 

95-003235 
95-003514 
95-001005 
England! Black Brows Deck 

95-002840 
England! number River 

93-004082 

England! PoolG Bay 
95-003772 
95-003832 

England! River Avon 
95-002910 
95-003881 

England! Severn River 
95-002910 
95-003881 
Europe 

95-002210 
95-002292 



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..CONTINUED ,. 
Europe 

95-003 L15 

95-003333 

95-003680 

95-003919 

95-003976 
Europej Danube River and Basin 

95-002398 



95-003033 
95-003107 

95-004000 

Europe; Rhine River and Basin 
95-008731 
95-003860 
95-003489 
Faerae Islands 
05-002687 
95-002891 
95-003233 
Fiji Islands 
95-003805 
Finland 

95-003229 
95-003337 
95-003570 
93-003595 
95-004232 
95-0042(63 

Finland! Gulf of Bothnia 
95-002611 
95-003011 
95-003205 
95-003491 
Finland t Kyronjoki River 

95-002895 

Finland! lake Pyhajarvi 
95-01)2978 
05-003936 
Finland! Lake Vesijarvi 

95-003029 
Finland; Tenojoki River 

95-003109 
Florida 

95-00217* 
95-002959 



93-003736 

93-003826 
93-003929 
93-003934 
95-003935 
95-003941 
9S-OQIHQ84 
Florida h Central 

95-00299'i 

Florida, Coastal 

95-003582 

95-003703 

95-004 29<, 

95-004306 

Florida, Eastern 

95-003095 

95-003357 

95-003562 

95-004136 

Florida, Southeastern 

95-004119 
Florida, Southern 
95-002879 
93-002951 
95-003582 

Florida, Southweatern 

95-003637 

95-003838 

Florida, Western 

9S-D03035 



.CONTINUED. , 

Florida, Western 

95-003751 

95-004219 

Florida! Banana Lake 

95-003948 
Florida: Bivans Arm Lake 

95-003501 
Florida' Cedar Kuy 
95-OOJ036 
95-003551 
Florida- Choc tawha tehee Bav 

95-002952 
Florida: Keyg 

95-003582 

Florida: Lake Apopka 
95-003933 
95-003555 
Florida: Lake Bryant 

95-003501 
Florida: Lake Denham 

95-003916 
Florida: Lake Griffin 

95-003917 
Florida: Lake Istokpoga 

95-0039/3 
Florida: Lake Jackson 

95-003942 
Florida: Lake Thonotosaasn 

95-003478 
Florida: St. Johns River 

95-003453 

Florida: Tampa llay 
95-003057 
95-004242 
Florida: Wnkulla River 

95-003038 
France 

95-002217 
95-002991 
95-003031 
95-003078 
95-004195 

France: Bay of Biscay 
95-002761 
95-002933 
France: Bay of Brest, 

95-004175 
Fr-uice: d'Aydat Lake 

95-003089 
France: Rhone River 

95-002765 
France: River Seine 

95-003307 
French Guiana 

95-003874 
Gabon 

95-003226 

Georges Bank 

93-003182 

93-003243 

93-004220 

Georgia, Coastal 

95-004106 
Georgia: Hartwell Lake 

9'i-004063 

Georgia! Lake Hottely 
95-004083 
95-004089 
Georgiai Lake Sidney LmUer 

95-003961 
Georgia; Ocmulgee River 

95-003141 
Germany 

95-002731 
95-002957 
95-003015 



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Germany 

95-003135 

95-003158 

95-003323 

95-003409 

95-004070 
Germany: Elbe Rivei 

95-003253 
Germany! Lake Conatante 

95-003096 
Germany: Lake Haussee 

95-003946 
Germany Weser Rivet 

95- 003 '166 

Ghana 

95-002988 

Grand Danka 

95-002907 

95-003018 

95-003204 
Great Britain 

95-003421 

95-003669 
Great Lakes 

95-003485 

95-003531 

95 -0035'. 6 

95-003602 

95-003924 

93-003930 

95-003931 

95-003945 
Greece 

95-002729 

95-003123 

95-003B73 
Greece: Gulf of Saronikoa 

95-002995 
Greece! Lake Ketkini 

95-002860 
Greenland 

95-003067 

95-003154 

95-003227 

95-003234 

95-003605 
Guinea 

95-003107 

95-003211 
Gulf of Mexico 

95-002835 

95-002923 

95-002955 

95-002959 

95-002981 

95-003035 

95-003036 

95-003037 

95-003214 

95-003218 

95-003220 

95-003296 

95-003551 

95-003582 

95-003751 

95-003755 

95-003758 

95-003773 

95-003808 

95-003920 

95-003825 

95-004096 

95-004110 

95-004206 

95-004214 

95-004219 



Gulf of Mexico 

95-004237 

95-004302 

95-004303 

95-004306 
Hawaii 

95-002861 

95-002888 

95-002019 

95-003103 

95-004125 

95-004126 

95-004162 

95-004178 
Hawaii: Kaneohe Day 

92-002830 
Hong Kong 

9S-004249 
Hungary: Lake Balaton 

95-003191 

93-004059 
Hungary; Zala River 

95-004059 
Iceland 

95-002250 

95-002251 

95-002252 

95-002989 

95-00:1020 

95-OOJ066 

95-003086 

95-003087 

95-003223 

95-003240 

95-003249 

95-003605 

95-004177 

95-Q041B5 

95-004152 
Iceland! Lake Thingvallavatn 

95-002877 
Idaho 

95-003171 

95-003728 

95-003970 

95-004047 
Idaho: Bworahak Reservoir 

95-004066 
Idaho: Henrys Fork 

95-00399B 
Idaho; Pend Orollle Lake 

95-003967 
Idahos Pend Oreille River 

95-003992 
Idaho; Sawtooth Lake 

95-002703 
Idaho- Snake River 

95-004066 
Idaho; Warm springs Creek 

95-004023 
Illinois 

95-002946 

95-003231 
Illinois! Illinois and Michigan Canal 

95-003817 
Illinois: Illinois River 

95-002915 
Illinois! Lake Shelbyville 

95-003242 
India 

95-003003 

95-003430 

95-003438 

95-003657 

95-003718 

95-004137 



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, .CONTINUED ,, 
India 

93-004213 
Indian Ocean 
95-002051 
95-003050 
95-Q034JB 
95-003529 
95-QQ3761 
95-OW1J7 
95-004213 
Indlaa Ocean, Soutli 

95-004182 
Indian Ocean, Southwestern 

95-003213 
Indiana' Honrofe Reservoir 

95-004065 
Indonesia 
95-003213 
95-DOJ1D4 
95-003267 
95-003461 
95-0036B5 
Iowa 

95-OOfiOOl 
95-OD4002 
95-OQ40QJ 
95-004004 
Iowa: Hed Haw Lake 

95-004065 
Iowa: Union Grove Lake 

95-00391J 
Ivan 

95-003260 
Iraq 

95-0024U 
95-003054 
Iraq! Shatt al-Acab River 

95-002763 
Iceland 

95-003049 
95-003134 
95-003675 
Ireland: Buirishoole River 

93-004030 
Ireland; Lough Derg 

93-002902 

Ireland: Shannon River 
93-002883 
9S-001839 
95-003990 
93-004097 
Irish Sea 



95-004148 
Israel 

93-002986 

95-003085 
Italy 

95-003448 

Italy; Adriatic Sea 
95-004120 
95-004147 
Haly: Gulf of Cnatellannare 

95-002956 

Italys Llgurlan Sea 
95-002976 
95-003786 
Italy: Sicily 
95-002956 
93-004121 
Ivory Coast 
95-004085 
95-004090 
95-004100 
Japan 

95-002181 



...CONTINUED, 
lapan 

95-002499 
95-002545 
95-002623 
95-003718 
95-003335 
95-OOJ432 
95-OOJ683 
95-004159 
95-004165 
95-004184 
<)5-00'.226 
95-004233 
95-004243 
Japan: Funka Bay 
95-002577 
95-003101 
Japan: Hokkaido 
95-002577 
95-002842 
95-003101 
Japan; Hokkaido Bay 

95-003855 

Japan! Kumozu River 
95-002795 
95-002796 
Japan: Nagara River 

95-004010 

Japan; Osafca Bay 

95-003871 

95-004101 

Japan: Sagaml Bay 

95-002855 

95-002897 

Japan: Tokyo Bay 

95-004101 
Japan: Wakasa Bay 

95-003870 
Kentucky 

95-002238 
95-003151 
Kentucky: Bark Camp Creek 

95-004048 
Kentucky: Cumberland River. 

95-003201 
Kentucky: Laurel Crock 

95-004048 
Kentucky: Little South Fork 

95-003283 
Kentucky: Smoky Valley Lake 

95-003952 
Kentucky; Tennessee River 

95-003201 
Kentucky: White Oak Creek 

95-004048 
Kenya 

95-003030 
95-003208 
Kenya: Lake Nalvaaha 

95-003361 
Korea 

95-003173 
95-004190 
95-004187 
Kuwait 

95-003134 
93-004194 
Lake Erie 
93-OQ30(,a 
95-003073 
93-003388 
93-003444 
93-003544 
93-003958 
Lake Huron 
95-003621 



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Lake Michigan 
95-OQ2BB9 
95-03008 
95-003070 
95-003147 
95-003794 

Lake Ontario 



95-0037S7 
Lake Superior 
95-002668 
95-003963 
Lnos 

95-002235 
Liberia 

95-002306 
LitSmanla 
95-003053 
95-Q03&GO 
Lithuania. Mtisa River 

95-003919 
Louisiana 
95-002940 
95 -GO 3 153 
95-003769 
95-004098 
Louisiana, Coastal 
95-003758 
95-004214 
55-004302 
95-0043O3 
Louisiana! Bai'ataria Bay 

95-003092 
Madagascar 
95-003255 
95-003529 
Maine 

95-003459 
Hainc! Floods Pond 

95-002703 

Maine: Gulf of Maine 
95-004151 
95-004220 
Malnei Lac D'or 

95-004057 
Maine: Penobscot River Estuary 

95-002759 
Malaysia 

95-003111 
95-0037BO 
95-003818 
95*004205 
95-00129-6 
Maldives 

95-003761 
Mariana Islands 

95-002791 
Martinique 

95-004190 
Maryland 

93-003193 
95-Q0377B 
95-00(1029 
Massachusetts 

95-004127 
Massachusetts! Buttermilk Day 

95-004099 

Mediterranean Region 
95-002171 
93-002172 
95-002762 
95-002850 
95-002B66 
95-0029O5 
95-002956 
95-002976 



..CONTINUED., 
Mediterranean Region 
95-002986 
95-003085 
95-003123 
95-003164 
95-003786 
95-003873 
95-004111 
95-004113 
95-001120 
95-004121 
95-0041/.7 
95-00'il56 
95-001198 
Mexico 

95-002189 1 
95-003179 
95-004191 
95-001337 

Mexico- Baja California Nortc 
95-002844 
95-002858 
95-002909 
95-003797 

Mexico: Bnja California SUE 
95-002909 
95-003166 
95-003202 
Mexicoi Campecho 
95-004096 
95-004110 
Mexico! Colima 

95-003147 
Mexicoi Concepcion Bay 

95-003202 

Mexico; Gulf of California 
95-002849 
95-002909 
95-002985 
95-003149 
Mexico: Lake Chapala 

95-0039G9 
Mexico: Mexico 

95-003378 

Mexico: Nuevo Leon 
95-002681 
95-003360 
Mexico: Rio Lerma 

95-004043 
Mexico! Rio Nazas 

95-003261 
Mexico: Sinaloa 

93-004196 
Mexico: Terminoa Lagoon 

95-004096 
Mexico: Vizcaino Bay 

95-002844 
Mexico: Yucatan 

95-003221 
Michigan 
95-003621 
95-003709 
95-003914 

Michigan! Au Sable River 
95-00296'. 
95-002975 
Michigan: Deer Lake 

95-004061 
Michigan! Ford River 

95-002970 
Michigan: Green Bay 

95-003147 
Michigan! Gull Lake 

95-0034.31 

Michigan! Saglnaw Bay 
95-003531 



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Michigan i Sturgeon lllvor 

95-004081 
Michigan: Tittabawassee River 

95-OOJ974 
Michigan! Tfcomile Creek 

95-003970 
Minnesota 

93-002536 

93-003195 

95-003914 

95-003963 
Minnesota, Northern 

95-0.03456 
Minnesota: Heron lake 

95-003827 
Minnesota; Lake Vermilion 

95-003481 
Mississippi 

95-00225B 
Mississippi, Coastal 

5-003 755 
Mississippi: Hatcbie River 

95-002971 
Mississippi! Hamochi tto River 

95-002012 
Mississippi- Wolf Diver 

95-002971 
Missouri 

95-002732 

95-003022 

95-004001 

95-00i002 

95-00*003 

95-004004 
Missouri! Current River- 

95-.0029G9 
Missouri; llinfcson Creek 

95-003783 
His sour 1 1 Lamine [liver 

95-0-03993 
Missouri: Locust Cieek 

95-003993 
Missouri) Ozark Plateau 

95-OQ390B 
Monaco 

95-004111 
Montana: Big Hole River 

95-003991 
Montana: BltterrooL River 

95-003991 

95-004008 
Montana: Flathead Lake 

95-003093 

95-003791 
Montana: Tlathead River 

95-003791 
MonUnai Hungry Harae Reservoir 

95-003051 
Hontaerrat 

93-003200 
Morocco 

95-003B50 



93-003174 
Nebraska 

95-004001 

95-004002 

95-0-050-03 

95-004004 
ffebraflkal Elkhocn River 

93-003416 
Hebraskas Platte River 

93-00296B 
Netherlands 

95-003513 

95-003519 



..CONTINUED... 
Netherlands 

95-003918 

95-003910 
Netherlands Antilles 

95-OQ2B-S9 
Netherlands: Lake Zw. 

05-003975 
Nevada 

95-002690 

95-003178 

05-004064 
Nevada: Lake Mead 



Nevada; Lake Tahoe 



95-003972 
New Jersey 

95-004297 
New Jersey Delaware Day 

95-002923 

95-OU4149 
New Mexico 

95-002365 

95-004036 
New Mexico: Rio de las Vac as 

95-002942 
New Vork 

95-004297 
New Vork: House Bcook 

95-003002 
Wow York: Hudson River Estua 

95-003795 

95-0040B7 
New Vork! Minekill 

95-003002 
New York: New York Bight 

95-003536 
New York: Orwell Brook 

95-004033 
New Vork: Sandy Creek 

95-004033 
New York: Susqiiehanna River 

95-003239 
New Zealand 

93-002862 

95-003079 

95-G03H7 

05-003190 

95-003415 

95-003849 
New Zealand: Cook Strait 

93-004312 
Nicaragua 

05-003217 
Nigeria 

95-003216 

95-003330 

95-003477 

05-001104 
North America 

95-003212 

05-00^650 

95-00^601 

95-0036G4 

95-003681 

95-0036S4 

95-003680 

95-003692 

95-003812 

95-003818 

95-003997 

95-004011 

95-004040 

95-004052 

95-0040B6 

95-004333 



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. CONTINUED... 
North America 
95-004335 
95-004338 
North America: 
95-OQ317S 
95-0033.99 
95-003797 
95-003983 
95-003986 
95-004076 
(forth America: 
95-OQ2S74 
95-003007 
95-003882 
95-003996 

North America: 
95-003B21 

Norili America: 
95-003654 
95-003721 
95-003730 
95-003733 
95-003737 
95-003006 
95-003841 
95-003857 

North Carolina 
95-002873 
95-002874 
95-003987 

North Carolina, 
95-004199 

Ho r til Carolina, 
95-003146 

North Carolina! 
95- 0037 74 

North Carolina: 
95-003774 

NortH Carolina- 
95-002920 
95-002993 
95-003005 
95-^03044 
95-003072 



Colorado River and Basin 

Columbia River and Basin 

Rio Grande and Basin 
Rocky Mountain Region 



Coastal 

Western 

Devil's Cradle Creek 

Marsh Creek 

Onalow Bay 



95-004212 
North Carolina: Smith Cieek 

95-003774 
North Carolina: Walters Lake 

95-003488 
North Dakota: Lake Sakakawoa 

95-002843 

95-003981 
North Dakota i Little Missouri River 

95-004011 
North Sea 

95-002334 

95-002957 

95-003015 

95-00306G 

95-003162 

95-003163 

95 -003 3 U 

95-003319 

93-003890 

95-00412'. 

95-004139 

95-004148 

95-004181 
northern Ireland: Lough Neagh 

95-00309B 
Horvay 

95-002304 

95-002679 

95-002687 

95-002702 



. . .CONTINOED.. . 
Norway 

95-002780 

95-OU2B46 

93-002882 

95-002914 

95-002958 

95-002963 

95-003033 

95-003023 

95-003030 

95-003QB8 

95-003111 

95-003116 

95-003244 

95-003251 

gs-oos^es 

95-003605 

95-003830 

95-003847 

95-003851 

95-004016 

95-004143 

95-004176 

95-004204 

95-004238 

95-004247 
Norway. Alta River 

95-003852 
Norway. Lake Gjersjoen 

95-003918 
Norway: Oalotjorden 

95-003396 

95-003844 
Norway: Raunefjorden 

95-003416 
Norway: River Akersolva 

95 -003 84 <i 
Ohio 

95-002684 

95-002685 

95-004013 
Ohio! Black River 

95-003444 

95-003498 
Ohio: Cuyahoga nivei 

95-003444 
Ohio: Huron River 

95-003444 
Oklahoma: Lake Texoma 

95-004073 
Oman 

95-003203 

95-003268 

95-003277 

95-003278 

95-003280 

95-0032B1 

95-003282 

95-004150 
Oregon 

93-003584 

93-003970 

95-004112 
Oregon, Coastal 

95-002856 

95-002936 

95-004207 
Oregon, Eastern 

95-003734 

95-004017 
Oregon; Dead Horse Canyon Creek 

95-002892 
Oregon : Lookout Creek 

95-004033 
Oregon: Middle Fork John Day River 

95-003996 



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Oregon: Salmon River 

95-004092 
Oregon: Snake River 

95-004019 
Pacific Ocean 

95-002339 

95-00279* 

95-OQ3B05 

95-004135 
Pacific Ocean, Eastern 

95-003276 

95-003386 

53-003739 

93-003743 
Pacific Ocean, North 

93-002666 

95-002692 

95-002661 

95-002888 

95-003103 

95-003172 

95-004136 

95-004178 
Pacific Ocean, North: Kuroshio Current 

95-002966 

95-004184 
Pacific Ocean, Northeastern 

95-002696 

95-002731 

95-002S56 

95-00285B 

95-002919 

95-002925 

95-002935 

95-002941 

95-002955 

95-002965 

95-003108 

95-003159 

95-003156 

95-OQ31BO 

95-0031814 

95-003547 

95-003614 

95-003746 

95-003775 

95-004135 

95-004128 

95-004140 

95-004360 

95-004164 

95-004171 

95-004X83 

95-004188 

95-004191 

95-004196 

95-004202 

95-004203 

95-004207 

95-00420B 

95-004211 

95-004229 

95-004231 

95-004241 

95-004244 

95-004245 

95-004307 
paclflt Ocean, Northwestern 

95-002545 

95-002623 

95-002966 

95-003252 

95-003683 

95-004141 

95-004165 

95-004180 



. .CONTINUED... 

Pacific ocean, Norlhwestern 

9S-OQ4184 

93-004235 

95- OOfi2/ ( 3 

Pacific Ocean, South 
9V002724 
95-002852 
95-003079 
93-004182 

Pacific Ocean, Southeastern 
95-002965 
95-003262 
95-003297 
95-00371? 
95-004174 

Pacific Ocean, (southwestern 
95-O02S62 
95-002927 
95-003176 
95-003177 
95-003415 
95-003789 
Pacific Ocean, Western 

95-002992 
Pakistan 

95-0033SO 
95-003'13 
Pakistan: llingol River 

95-003186 
Pakistan; Zhob River 

95-003187 
Panama 

95-003025 
Papua New Guinea 

95-002/62 

Pennsylvania 

95-004013 

Persian Gulf 

95-003199 

95-003279 

95-003282 

Pom 

95-003156 
95-003157 
Philippines 
95-002170 
95-002179 
95-003382 
95-003394 
95-003784 
95-003872 
95-004168 
05-004240 
95-004248 
Philippines: (.aguna do Uny 

05-004239 
Philippines; Ungayen Gulf. 

95-004129 
Poland 

95-003194 

Poland: Konin Lakes 
95-002950 
95-003106 
95-003133 
95-003256 
95-003487 
95-003796 
95-003921 
95-003979 
Polynesia 
95-002724 
95-004217 
Portugal 

95-003871 
95-00312B 
95-004197 



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Puerto Rico 

95-002400 

95-0029'*'i 
Red Sea and Area 

95-002762 

95-003198 

95-C03279 

95-003770 
Reunion 

95-004X32 
Rhode Island: Narragansett Bay 

95-003116 
Roman in 

95-003215 
Russia 

95-002241 

95-002705 

95-002934 

95-00309 7 

55-003207 

95-003752 

95-003757 

95-OQ3B78 

95-OQd058 

95-004136 
Russia, European 

95-003494 

95-003560 
Russia! Far Eastein Region 

95-003252 

95-004141 

95-004193 

93-004236 
Russia! Kamchatka 

95-002746 
Russia! Kola Petiirmla 

95-003560 
Russia: Lake Baykal 

95-002737 
Russia: Neva Day 

95-004080 
Russia: Pechora River 

95-00349*1 
Russiai Sea of Azov 

95-004170 
Russia; Volga River and Basin 

95-002949 

95-003994 
Ruanda 

95-003058 
Sargasso Sea 

95-002960 
Scandinavia 

95-003564 
Scotland: Loch Lomond 

95-002832 
Sea of Japan 

95-002577 

95-002722 

9S-OOU41 

95-004193 

95-004236 
Sea of Okhotsk 

95-002839 
Senegal 

95-003211 
Sierra Lcono 

95-002306 
Singapore 

95-002928 
95-003349 
Slovenia 

95-004326 
Sloveniat Drava River 

95-003196 

Sloveniat Muca River 
95-003196 



..CONTINUED., 
Slovenia: MUM Itiver 

95-003197 
South Africa 

95-002833 

95-003063 

95-003140 

95-003213 

95-003228 

95-003779 

95-003922 

95-004095 

95-004167 

95-004328 
South Africa: Brcede River 

95-003042 
Soutli Africa. Crocodile River 

95-00357B 
South Africa! Gamtoos River 

95-002917 
South Africa: oUfants River 

95-003075 
South America 

95-002307 

95-003266 

95-003954 

95-Q042G6 
South Ameiicai Amazon River and Basin 

95-003080 

95-003573 

95-003989 

95-004018 
South America: Rio de la Plata and Dnsin 

95-002876 

95-003785 

95-004093 
South Carolina 

95-004027 

95-004115 
South Carolina, Coastal 

95-003815 

95-004116 
South Carolina: Chang a Rivpr 

95-003793 
South Carolina; llartwell Lako 

95-004063 
South Carolina: Mortli Inlet 

95-002798 

95-002823 
South Carolina! Santec-Cooper Reservoir 

95-004060 
South China Sea and Area 

95-004205 
South Dakota: Lake Thompson 

95-003QQ3 
Spain 

95-002171 

95-002672 

95-002848 

95-002850 

95-002974 

95-003155 

95-003188 

95-004113 
Spain: Balearic Islands 

95-004198 
Spaint Bay of Biscay 

95-004091 

95-004136 
Spaini Guadalete River 

95-003009 
Spain: Guadiana River 

93-003137 
Spain: Nolon River 

95-004091 
Spaini Narcea River 

95-003040 



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Spain! Rio Malarrana 

95-003990 
Spain- Uivot Agucda 

95-002865 
Spnliit Teca River 

95-003.767 
Sri Lanka 

95-002067 

95-002916 

95-003152 

95-00333? 

95-05376', 
Eli l,ankai Weeombo Eatnory 

93-003763 
Svalbard 

95-003476 
Svedcit 

95-003455 

95-003462 

95-003467 

95-003468 

95-a03<i69 

95-003492 

95-003517 

95-003520 

95-003978 
Switzerland 

95-002850 

95-003(169 
Switzerland; Lake Magglore 

95-003936 
Switzerland! Lake Zurich 

95-003926 
Syria 

95-003045 
Taiwan 

95-003104 

95- 0032 fib 

95-003425 

95-003819 

95-004109 
Tanzania 

95-003148 

95-003479 
Tennessee 

95-003 UD 

9 5- 003 26 'i 
Tennessee! Cherokee Reservoir 

95-002446 

95-003254 
Tennessee! Clinch Rivar 

05-001283 
Tennessee: Dale Hollow Reservoir 



Tcnnoasea: East I'orh Poplar Creek 

95-0035B3 
Tenneaaeei Great Smoky Mountains Natl. Park 

95-002890 

95-003247 
Tennessee: Hiwnasec Itiver 

95-003607 
Tennessee! Old Illchocy Reservoir 

95 -0024'. 6 
Tonne B see! Powell River 

95-0031152 
Tennessee! Watauga 

95-Q02&38 
Texas 

95-002385 

95-002730 

95-003601 
Texas, Central 

95-003017 
Texas, Coastal 

95-003676 

95-003773 



, ..CONTINUED... 

Texas, Coastal 

95-003820 

95-004206 
Tetas, Eastern 

95-003077 
Texas: Dig Bend Natl. Park 

95-003821 
Texas! Galveston Bay 

95-003118 
Texas: Lake Texoma 

95-004075 
Texas: PECOH River 

95-003167 
Texas: Sabine River 

95-002331 
Texas; San Marcos River 

95-003445 
Thailand 

95-002246 

95-004094 
Tokelau 

95-003104 
Trinidad and Tobago 

95-002682 

95-002697 

95-004034 
Turkey 

95-004108 
U.S. Virgin Islands 

95-002031 

95-003854 

95-004114 

95-004153 
Ukraine 

95-002868 

95-003175 

95-003782 
United Kingdom 

95-003470 

95-003762 
United States 

95-003634 

95-003636 

95-003653 

95-003694 

95-003701 

95-003811 

95-003880 

95-003919 

95-004118 

95-004144 

95-004226 
United States, Eastern 

95-002674 

95-002924 

95-003084 

95-003214 
United States, Horthccntc 

95-003914 
United States, Northeaate 

95-002824 
United States, Northwests 

95-003614 

95-004014 
United States, Southeast* 

95-002735 

95-002908 

95-003264 

95-003812 

95-003825 
United States, Western 

95-003749 
United States: Appalachii 

95-002911 

93-003145 

93-003146 



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.. CONTINUED ., 




Hulled States: Appalachian Area 


Washington, Granite Reservoir 


95-004029 


95-004071 


United States' Chesapeake Bay 


Washington: Lake Oisette 


05-00307'. 


95-003224 


95-003130 


Washington: Lake Washington 


95-Q033&7 


95-002996 


95-003778 


95-002997 


95-0.03B09 


95-003926 


United States: Middle Atlantic SLate-i 


Washington: Puget Scum! 


95-003150 


95-002984 


United States; Mississippi River and Uasin 


95-003756 


93-004015 


95-003759 


95-004033 


95-003766 


95-004045 


95-004 166 


United States' Missouri River and IJiisin 


Washington: Snake River 


9-5-Q04QQ1 


95-004019 


<>5-'004Q02 


95-004071 


95-004003 


West Indies 


95-004004 


95-003436 


95-004020 


West Virginia 


95-004033 


95-004013 


United Stateas Ohio River and Basin 


Wisconsin 


95 -006013 


95-003022 


Uruguay 


95-003195 


95-004093 


95-003482 


Utah 


95-003794 


95-003714 


95-003914 


95-003983 


95-003959 


Utah 1 Green Ilivor 


Wisconsin , Northern 


95-003160 


95-003370 


95-003599 


Wisconsin! Green Bay 


95-004336 


95-002BB9 


Utah: Ro-ckporl Reservoir 


Wisconsin! Lake Mendota 


9-5-004074 


95-002973 


Uzbekistan 


Wisconsin! Lake Onalaskn 


95-002237 


95-003932 


Vanuatu 


Wisconsin! Lake Winnebago 


95-004133. 


95-002837 


Venezuela 


Wisconsin- Neblali l.altp 


95-003270 


95-003937 


95-003596 


Wisconsin: Pool 7 


95-001217 


95-003790 


Venezuela! Lake Maiacalbo 


Wisconsin: Rico Lake 


95-003868 


95-003928 


Vietnam 


Wyoming 


95-004012 


95-002193 


Virgin Islands 


95-003B56 


93-002921 


95-003857 


Virginia 


95-003995 


95-003810 


Wyoming: Gieon Hlver 


95-004107 


95-004022 


Virginia, Coastal 


Wyoming i Libby Greek 


93-003809 


95-003006 


95-004102 


Yellow Sea and Area 


Virginia, Eastern 


95-004250 


95-002990 


Yugoslavia 


Virginia: James River 


95-003164 


95-002998 


Zaire 


Vitginlai Itoanoke Hiver 


95 -00') l/i 8 


95-0011)49 


95-001219 


Wales; Wye River 


Zambia 


95-00.4028 


95-00314B 


Washington 


Zimbabwe 


95-002925 


95-003980. 


95-002911 




95-003007 




95-003132 




95-003882 




Washington, Coast.il 




95-002656 




95-004207 




Washington , Eastern 




95-003734 




Washington: Box Canyon ResiCivoir 




05-004072 




Washington : Cascade Mountain 1 ) 




9 5 -00104 2 





FR 40(2) 



249 



1995 




FR 40(2) 



250 



Administrative Reports 
GIFA Subcomm. Dev. Manage. Fish. 

95-003741 
EIFACJ1994 

95-003T42 
General /Annual Reports 

95-003470 

95-0037(15 

ICES Advisory Cornm. Mar. 
Environ. 

95-004169 
ICES/EIFAC Eel Working Group 

95-003740 

Inter. -Ani Trop. Tuna Cornm. /3rd 
Q. Rep. 1994 

95-0037(13 
Inter-Am. Trop. Tuna Comm. 

95-003739 
Aquatic Plants 
Algae 

95-004090 
Aquatic Plant Control 

93-002169 

95-00217'. 

95-003229 

95-003501 

95-003502 

95-003796 

95-003835 

95-003830 

93-003917 

95-003942 

95-003943 

95-003955 



95-003979 
35-004067 
95-004069 
95 - 00 H 072 

Control/Biological 
95-003835 
95-003838 
95-003.973 
95-004067 
95-004069 
Contcol/Chmical 
95-003501 
95-003502 

Cent rol I Median ica 1 
95-00322B 
95-004072 
Control/Water Levels 

95-003917 
General 

95-002169 
Kelp 

95-003718 
95-004117 
95- 004140 
95-004208 
Myricphyllum splcatum 

95-002169 
Fotamogeton 

9S-003B35 
Seagcass Beds 
95-002170 
95-002171 
95-002172 
Muter Cliestnut 
95-002173 
Zoster a marina 

95-004223 
Behavior 
Abnormalities 
95-003037 
95-003087 



Behavior 

Activity Patterns 

95-0027H1 

95-002819 
Age/Sex Relationships 

95-002765 

95-002774 

93-002706 

95-002795 

95-U02809 

95-002811 
Aggressive tlcliavior 

95-002774 

95-O02019 
Agonistic Dehavioi 

95-002247 

95-002294 

95-002758 

95-002771 

95-002774 

95-0027S5 

95-002789 

95-0(12791 



95-002822 
95-002937 
95-002947 
Air Breathing 

95-002477 
Air Gulping 

95-002477 
Attacks on Humans 

95-002763 
Uioenergetic-i 

95-002700 
Chafing Dehavioi 

95-003037 
Chemo reception 
95-002527 
95-0027B8 
95-003019 
Cleaning Behavior 
95-002209 
95-002256 
Colonization 

95-002781 

Coloration 

95-002752 

95-002757 

95-002772 

95-002797 

Commensal Ism 

95-002800 

Communication 

95-002772 

95-002&15 

Competition 

93-0025.39 

95-1)02771 

95-002790 

95-002796 

95-002301 

95-003226 

Courtship 

95-002753 

9S-002757 

93-002767 

95-002779 

95-002786 

95-002817 

Crypala 

95-003061 
Diadromy 

95-002634 
Dominance 
95-002777 



FR 40(2) 



251 



1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



-CONTINUED .. 
Behavior 
Dominance 
95- 0027 n 
95-002789 
95-002795 
95-002796 
95-Q02B20 
95-002B30 
Drinking Behavior 



...CONTINUED, 
Behavior 



Early Development 
95-002776 
95-002805 
95-002806 
95-0026.21 
Electric Behavior 

95-002754 
Electrical Communication 

95-002782 
El&ctrolocation 

95-0027B2 
Escape Behavior 
95-002<iQ5 
95-002859 
95-001032 
Evolution 
93-002477 
93-002735 
95-002B09 
Ft ah Passage 
95-002416 
Foods /Feeding 
95-002364 
93-002758 
95-002759 
93-002763 
95-002769 
95-002770 
95-002773 
95-002776 
95-002777 
95-002784 
95-Q027BS 
95-002790 
95-002796 
95-002797 
95-002801 
95-002807 
95-002810 
95-QD2813 
95-002821 
95-002982 
95-003035 
95-003060 
95-003061 
95-003062 
95-003395 
95-003899 
Fright Behavior 
95-002648 
95-002767 
93-002806 
95-002820 
Genetics 
95-002767 
Habitat Selection 
95-002765 
95-002781 
95-002966 



95-003B52 



95~002808 
95-002819 
95-002820 
95-003061 



95-002774 
95-002798 



95-002771 
95-002790 
95-002791 
95-002807 
95-002820 
95-002830 
95-00294/1 
95-002947 
95-003891 
Kin Recognition 
95-OOZ752 
95-002804 
Larval Behavior 

95-002776 
Learning 
95-002752 
95-002783 
95-0027B5 
95-002BOB 
Hate Selection 
95-002345 
95-002720 
9S-002755 
95-002757 
95-002772 
95-002779 
95-002792 
95-002809 
95-003226 
Migration 
95-002780 
95-002963 
93-002967 
Modeling 

95-003891 
Monogamy 
95-002762 
95-002817 
Movements 
95-002452 
95-002453 
95-002768 
95-002799 
95-002972 
95-002982 
95-003035 
Nests/Nesting 
95-002294 
95-002778 
95-002B04 
95-002806 
95-DD2B1S 
95-002930 
95-002931 
95-002937 
Olfaction 
95-002784 

Orientation /Homing 
95-002799 
95-002803 
95-002967 

Parasites/Diaeasos 

95-003076 

95-003423 

95-003450 
Parental Behavior 

95-002760 



40(2) 



232 



SUBJECT INDEX 



...CONTINUED... 
Behavior 

Parental Behavior 

95-002793 

95-002804 

95-OOE806 

95-002611 

95-OD2B1S 

95-002821 

Phfflroroones 

95-002756 

95-002 814 

95-003047 

95-003071 

PhotoperiodiBtn 

93-002799 

93-002010 

Phototiopiam 

93-002761 

95-OQ2B05 

95-00201* 

Population Studies 

95-002796 

Predator/Prey Relationships 
95-002640 
95-002770 
95-002800 
93-002801 
95-002002 
95-002822 
95-002859 
95-003019 
95-003024 
95-003423 
Reproduction 
95-002753 
95-002755 
95-002762 
95-002793 
95-002815 
95-002931 
95-002932 
95-002937 
95-002946 
Rlieotropism 

95-002761 
Schooling Behavior 
95-Q027B7 
95-002790 
95-002800 
95-002002 
93-002306 
95-002830 
95-003032 
95-003889 
95-003891 
95-004319 
Sex Ratios 
95-002733 
95-002771 
95 - 002786 
Sex Recognition 

95-002756 
Shoaling Behavior 

95-003423 
Social Behavior 
95-002754 
95-002777 
95-002766 
93-002791 
93-002807 
93-OOZ944 
Sound Production 

93-002922 
Spawning 
95-002753 
95-002764 



.. .CONTINUED... 
Behavior 
Spawning 
95-002771 
95-002778 
95-002793 
95-002802 
95-002B10 
95-002B11 
95-002811 
95-002920 
95-002930 
95-002931 
95-002937 
95-002943 
95-002946 

Swindling Performance 
95-002354 
95-002365 
95-002379 
95-002401 
95-002405 
95-002432 
95-002453 
95-002648 
95-002759 
95-002761 
95-002766 
95-002816 
95-003032 
95-003586 
95-003889 
95-004015 
Symbiosis 
95-002778 
95-003061 
Techniques/Foods f Feeding 

95-002769 
Techniques /Gene ral 

95-002755 
Techniques/Light 

95-002816 

Techniques/Predator/Prey 
Relationships 

95-OOZ64B 
Techniques/Swimming Performance 

95-002401 
Techniques /Vision 
95-002416 
95-002816 

Temperature Selection 
95-002452 
95-002812 
Terrestrial Behavior 

95-002365 

Territorial Behavior 

95-002762 

95-002796 

95-002847 

95-003997 

Variation Studies 

95-002797 

95-002859 

Vision 

95-002416 

95-002777 

95-002606 

Bibliographies 

Data Bases 

95-004326 

Genacal 

95-004325 

95-004327 

95-004329 

95-004330 

Habitat Alterations 
95-004332 



FR 40(2) 



253 



199 S 



SUBJECT INDEX 



. . .CONTINUED .. 
Bibliographies 
national Parks 

95-QQ432S 
Roman I a 

93-003315 
Slovenia 
95-004326 
Smith Africa 



. CONTINUED. . . 



Culture/Propagation- -ColdiMter 
Age/ Growth 
95-002194 
95-002.198 
95-OD226B 
93-002291 
95-002466 

Brackishwater Culture 
95-002199 
95-004030 
Cnge Culture 

95-003460 
Carcass Tcaita 
95-002192 
95-002300 
95-004351 
Diets 
95-002195 
95-002261 
95-OOZ363 
95-002268 
95-002270 
95-003391 
95-002589 
95-004030 
Disease Control 

95-003333 
Economics 
95-003691 
95-004270 

Envltoimental Impacts 
95-002197 

Feeding Experiments 
95-002200 
95-002261 
95-002268 
95-002270 
95-002291 
95-002423 
95-Q025B9 
Feeds 
95-002284 
95-002286 

Fish Hatchery Effluents 
95-Q03S56 
95-003460 
Food Conversion Efficiency 

95-003270 
Fry Production 
95-003194 
95-003286 
General 
95-002186 
95-002193 

Hatchery /Wild Populations 
95-003852 
95-001016 
95-001050 
History 
95-001050 

Hooking /Hand ling Stress 
95-002194 
95-00,251 
Hormones 
95-002199 

Induced Maturation 
95-002199 



FR 40(2) 



- 

Invettebrate Forage 
95-002266 

Lipid Content 

95-002200 
Marketing 

95-002193 

95-004270 
Medication in Dlet 

95-002469 

95-003320 
Mortality Factois 

95-003352 
Net-Pen Culture 

95-002284 

95-003456 
Nutrients 

95-002291 
Nutrition 

95-002261 
Ocean Ranching 

95-002250 

95-002251 
95-002252 
95-002255 
95-002841 
95-003087 
95-003240 
Parasites /Diseases 
95-002192 
95-002194 
95-003285 
95-003287 
95-003291 
95-003314 

95-00331-i 

95-003320 
95-003329 
95-003352 
95 -0033(51 



254 



Parr-Smolt Transformation 

95-005198 

95-004030 
Pigmenters 

95-002195 

95-002106 
Pigments 

95-004016 
Production 

95-002186 

95-002193 

95-003196 

95-004270 
Raceway Culture 

95-002192 
Reconditioning 

95-004030 
Stocking/ Introductions 

95-003691 
Stress 

95-002194 

95-002616 
Stunting 
95-002466 
Supplemental Feeding 

95-002263 
Survival 
95-002198 
Temperature 

95-002616 
Transportation 

95-003291 
Treatment Residues, 

95-004280 

Vaccination 

95-003287 



IV 



SUBJECT INDEX 



...CONTINUED... 
Qiltute/Propagation--Coldwatcr 

Water Quality 

05- 003 '< 56 

Cu 1 tti re / P ropaga t ion- - Gene ra 1 
Aeration 

95-002182 
Aqua ri lira a 
95-002187 
95-002310 
95-OOJfi90 
Bacteria 

95-002326 
Bio filtration 

95-002326 
Bird Predation 

95-002185 

Brackishwater Culture 
95-002177 
95-003736 
C ryopre se rvo tion 
95-002191 
Disease Contiol 
95-0021B7 
95-003311 
Disinfection 

95-002327 
Economic Value 
95-003744 
95-003745 
Economics 
95-002178 
95-003798 

Endangered populations 
95-002175 
95-003670 
95-003691) 
Endangered /Threatened Species 

95-004335 

Environmental Impacts 
95-002176 
95-002188 
95-003736 
95-00378'. 
Feeders 

95-002310 
Feeding Experiments 

95-002647 
Feeds 

95-002310 
Fertilization/Soil and Water 

95-002177 
Fishery Associations 

95-002178 
Fishery Cooperatives 

95-002178 
Foods/Feeding 
95-002288 
Fry Production 

95-002288 
Genetics 
95-002665 
95-002727 
Growth stimulants 

95-002183 
Hatchery Design 

93-002179 
History 
95-002181 

Induced Maturation 
95-002479 

Invertebrate Forage 
95-002327 
95-003311 

Laws/Law Enforcement 
95-002188 
95-002292 



. CONTINUED. . 
Culture/ Propagation- -General 
Marketing 

95-00427'. 
Oxygen 

95-002180 
Oxygenatian 

95-002182 

ParasitesVDiseases 
95-002184 
95-002187 
95-002292 
95-00329B 
95-003311 
95-003312 
95-003359 
95-003374 
95-003681 
Planning 

95-002178 
Pollution 

95-002184 
Pond Constiuctlon 
95-002190 
Pond Culture 
95-002180 
95-002190 
Predator Control 

95-0021B5 
Production 
95-002184 
95-003744 
95-003745 

Public Health Problems 
95-003798 
95-004283 
Recirculating Systems 

95-002326 

Selective Breeding 
95-002727 
Social Values 

95-002178 

Sperm Preservation 
95-002191 

Stocking/Introductions 
95-002176 
95-003681 
Techniques /Purapa 

95-002190 
TechniquEs/Water Loss 

95-002190 
Techniques/Water Quality 

95-002326 
Transportation 

95-002292 

Water quality 

95-002177 

95-0021B4 

95-002190 

95-004291 

Water Supply 

95-002190 

Culture/Propagation- -Invertebrates 
Artemia 

95-002327 
Disinfection 

95-002327 

Environmental Impacts 
95-003780 
95-003784 
Fertilisation/ Soil and Water 

95-002266 
Forage Production 

95-002266 
Molluscs 
95-003782 
Shrimp Culture 
95-002177 



FR 40(2) 



235 



1995 



SUBJFtyr INDEX 



...CONTINUED .. 

Culture /Propagation- -Invertebrates 
Shrimp Culture 
95-003780 
95-003784 

Culture/Propagation Marine 
Age/Growth 
95-002242 
95-002273 
95-002278 
95-002466 
Alarm Systems 

95-002179 
Airman! a 

95-002328 
Aquariums 
95-002209 
95-0&22B3 
95-002296 
95-002297 
95-003298 
95-003316 

BrackUlwater Culture 

95-003455 

93-003411 

95-003780 

95-00*1090 
Cage Culture 

95-002217 

95-0022<i3 

95-0022116 

15-003432 
Carcass Traits 

95-002273 

95-002278 

95-002561 
Cramercial Fishing 

95-004159 
Condition Factors 

93-002449 
Diets 
95-002179 

J5-002247 
95-002248 
95-002257 
95-002275 
95-C02279 
93-002281 
95-002283 
95-002285 
95-0022B7 
95-002289 
95-OD229B 



95-002419 
95-002438 
95-002590 

Economics 

95-0022^3 
95-002246 
95-QQ2249 
95-OOdl39 

Environmental Impacts 
95-002243 
95-002250 
95-003780 
95-006169 

Feeding Experiments 
95-002235 
95-0-0227B 
95-002269 
Feeds 
95-0022VB 
95-002283 
95-002284 
Fertilization 
95-002260 



. . CONTINUED . . , 
Cuitura/Ptopagatian-Ha, 
Filtration Systems 

95-002328 
Fingerling Production 

95-002249 

Fish Hatchery Effluent, 
95-0022',! 
95-003737 
95-003878 

Food Conversion EffJ 
95-002242 J 

95-002247 
95-002275 
95-002278 
95-00221)1 
Fry Production 
95-002279 
95-003055 
Growth Stimulants 

95-002242 
Harvesting Techniques 

95-002250 
Hatchery Design 
95-002249 
95-003855 



Holding Facilities 

95-003776 

Induced Maturation 
95-002245 
95-002234 
95-002559 

Invertebrate Poeage 
95-002279 
Larvae 
95-002179 
95-002247 
95-002248 
95-002254 
95-002237 
95-002279 
Hoc tali ty Factors 

95-003432 
Mortality Hatfts 

95-002240 
Net-Pen Culture 
95-002199 
95-002241 
95-002284 
95-003411 
95-003683 
95-003752 
95-003757 
95-003776 
95-003878 
95-004090 
95-004186 
Nutrients 
95-003603 
Nutrition 
95-002275 
95-002640 
Ocean Ranching 
93-002243 
93-002250 
93-002251 
95-002252 
95-002255 
95-002788 
95-002841 
93-003087 
93-003240 
95-004159 

Ornamental Fish Trade 
95-002209 



FR 40(2) 



256 



SUBJECT INDEX 



, . .CONTINUED... 
Culture /Propagation- -Marine 
Overwintering 

95-002256 
Oxygen 

95-00225 'i 
Parasites/Diseases 

93-002248 
95-002257 
95-003314 
95-003328 
95-003315 
95-003372 
95-003397 
95-003411 
95-003425 
95 -003/. 3 2 



95-002309 
Planning 

95-002243 
Pond Culture 

95-002246 
Production 
95-002217 
95-002246 
95-002247 
93-002349 
95-002250 
95-OOZ257 
95-Q022B5 
Roaring Density 
95-002179 
95-OD2254 

Keci reflating Systems 
95-002179 
95-00232B 
Rep roil action 

95-002260 
Salinity 

95-O02254 
Selective Breeding 

95-002252 
Spawning Techniques 

95-002260 

Stocking/ Introductions 
05-002251 
93-002255 
95-002841 
95-001155 

Stuntina 

95-002466 
Supplemental Feeding 

95-002561 

Survival 

95-002254 

95-002256 

95-002298 

$5-002458 

95-003240 

Temp eta tii re 

93-002.25'. 
Vitamins 

95-002287 
Water quality 

95-002179 

Culture/ Propagation- -Hannwater 
Aeration 

95-002244 
Age /Growth 
93-002214 
95-002215 
95-002218 
95-002219 
95-002226 
95-002227 
95 - 002228 



.. .CONTINUED., . 

Culture/ Propagation- -Harmvatet 
kga; Growth 
95-002232 
95-002240 
A S c/Se\ Relationships 

95-002226 
Agricultural Wastes 

95-002233 

Agriculture-Fish Culture 
95-002229 
95-002233 
95-002239 
95-002264 
95-002290 
95-003879 
Alarm Systems 

95-002179 
Ammonia 

95-002271 
Aqua r iuti) a 
95-002202 
95-002204 
95-002236 
95-002272 
95-002293 
95-002294 
95-002293 
99-002299 
95-002300 
95-002301 
95-002302 
95-002303 
95-002304 
95-002305 
95-002306 
95-002307 
95-00230B 
95-002309 
95-002311 
95-002312 
95-002313 
95-002314 
95-002315 
95-002317 
95-002318 
95-002319 
95-002320 
95-002321 
95-002322 
93-002323 
93-002324 
95-002325 
95-002876 
95-002929 
93-003179 
95-003219 
95-003293 
95-003301 
95-004337 
Aquatic Plants 
95-002229 
95-002300 
Bacteria 

95-002244 
Benthos 

95-002201 
Bibliographies 

95-004331 
Dioflltration 

95-002258 
Bird Predation 

95-003322 

Bcachiahwater Culture 
95-003394 
95-003411 
55-003784 



FR 40(2) 



257 



1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



. ..CONTINUED... 

Culture/PropneatlQu-~Wannwnter 
Brackishwater Culture 
95-004085 
95-004090 
95-00(1100 
Biooil Stock 
95-002208 
Cage Culture 
95-003233 
95-00223'. 
95-002263 
95-003325 
Carcass Traits 
95-002269 
95-003273 
95-003330 
Cryopreservation 

95-002211 
Diets 
95-003379 
95-002223 
95-002262 
95-002265 
95-003269 
95-002272 
95-002273 
95-002274 
95-002276 
95-002280 
95-002303 
95-QD23Q9 
95-002333 
95-002609 
Disease Control 
95-002330 
95-003268 
95-003293 
95-003301 
95-003318 
95-003407 
9S-Q03437 
Early Bevelopnient 

95-00221B 
Economic Value 
95-002206 
Economics 
93-002206 
95-002219 
95-002223 
95-002232 
95-002239 
95-003346 
Egg Collection 

95-002206 

Egg Quality 

95-002240 

Egg Sorting 

95-002203 

Egg Survival 

95-0022QB 

Fecundity 

95-002205 

Feeding Experiments 
95-002340 
95-002364 
95-002266 
95-OD2371 
95-002373 
95-002376 
95-002276 
95-002280 
95-002290 
Feeds 
95-003239 
95-002240 
95-00224(1 



.. CONTINUED... 

Culture/Propagation Watmwater 
Feeds 

95-002262 
95-002264 
95-002265 
95-002277 
95-002282 
95-003290 
95-003554 

Fertilization/Soil ami Vatc- 
95-002228 
95-002233 
95-002239 
95-002266 
93-002267 
95-003879 
Flah Aggregation Devices 

95-004085 

Food Conversion Efficiency 
95-002227 
95-002239 
93-002280 
Food Digestibility 

95-002265 
Forage Production 

95-002216 
Fry Production 
95-002213 
95-002253 
General 
95-002186 
95-004331 
Genetics 

95-002693 
Growth Stimulants 

95-002315 
Hatchery Design 
95-002231 
95-002236 
95-002238 

Hatchery /Wild Populations 
95-002179 
95-002213 
History 
95-002189 
95-002203 
95-002207 
Hybridization 

95-002215 

Induced Maturation 
95-002236 
95-002237 
95-002245 
95-002432 
95-002480 
95-002514 
Invertebiate Forage 

95-002266 

Laboratory Spawning 
95-002236 
95-002291 
95-002294 
95-002295 
95-002303 
95-002304 
95-002306 
95-003307 
95-002311 
95-002312 
95-002314 
95-002319 
95-003929 
Larvae 
95-002179 
95-003274 
95-002495 



FR 40(2) 



25 8 



SUBJFCT INDEX 



. .CONTH1UED.. 
Culture/Prapagation--Warmwater 

Manure 

95-002239 
Marketing 

05-002212 
Modal Ing 
95-002206 
95-0:02219 
Monosex Culture 
95-002205 
95-002224 
95-0021680 
Mortality Factoia 
95-003300 
95-003554 
Met- Pen Culture 
95-002212 
95-001111 



95-OD4Q90 
95-004100 
Nitrogen 

95-002229 
Nutrition 

95-002262 

Ornamental Fish Trade 
95-002202 
95-002203 
95-002207 
95-002216 
95-002231 
95-002236 
95-002272 
95-002305 
95-002307 
95-00232'i 
95-003300 
05-003349 
Overwinteiing 

95-002259 
Oxygen 

95-002271 
Parasites/Diseases 
95-002179 
95-002204 
95-002276 
95-002277 
95-002320 
95-002323 
95-003288 
95-003300 
95-003301 
95-003318 
95-003322 
95-003325 
95-003330 
93-0033'i9 
95-00339(1 
95-003400 
95-003401 
95-003407 
95-003'.!! 
95-003413 
95-003437 
Pigmenters 
95-002269 
95-002272 
Pigments 

95-002264 
P lank ton 

95-002228 
Planning 
95-002223 
95-002235 
Pollution 
95-003596 



..CONTINUED .. 
Culture/l>iQpaaatiQn--WarmwatQi: 

Poly culture 
95-002213 
95-002233 
95-002235 
95-002239 
95-003003 
95-003318 
Pond Culture 
95-002201 
95-002218 
95-002220 
95-002221 
95-002222 
95-002223 
95-002225 
95-002232 
95-002238 
95-002244 
95-002250 
95-002259 
95-002262 
95-003318 
Production 
95-002186 
95-002206 
95-002210 
95-002212 
95-002223 
95-002228 
95-002229 
95-002232 
95-002234 
95-002239 
95-002259 
95-002274 
95-002277 
95-002280 
95-004085 
Public Health Problems 

95-003437 
Rearing Density 
95-002179 
95-002219 
95-002228 
95-002232 
95-002259 
95-002267 

Hecirculatlng Systems 

95-002179 

95-002258 

95-002271 

Reproduction 

95-00220B 
Rice-Fish Culture 
95-002212 
95-002235 

Selective Breeding 
95-002202 
95-002203 
95-002231 
95-002302 
95-002311 
95-002313 
95-002318 
Sex DB termination 
95-002214 
Sex Reversal 
95-002205 
95-002224 
95-002680 
Sexing 

95-00'i288 

Spawning Techniques 
95-002208 

Sperm Preservation 
95-002211 



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. . .CONTINUED. . . 

Culture/Pr&pagation--Wiirmwater 
Sperm Preservation 

95-002230 

Supplemental Feeding 
95-0022&7 
Survival 
95-002218 
95-002240 
95-002274 
Tank Culture 
93-002204 
95-002237 

95-002262 
Techniques/Water Quality 

95-002229 
Temperature 

95-002237 
Transportation 

95-002323 
Water Exchange Rates 

95-0022'. 4 
Water Quality 

95-002179 

95-00223'i 

95-0022M 

9-5-002298 

95-002290 

95-002312 

95-002323 

95-003330 

95-004100 

End angered/ Threat eued Species 
General 

95-004335 
History 

95-00317B 
Laws/Law Enforcement 

95-004335 
Nevada 

95-003178 
North America 

95-004330 
Hotcopis alblzonatua 

95-003283 
United States, Northwestern 

95- 00401 1, 

Environmental Factors 
Acidification 

95-003923 
Altitude 

95-002842 

95-002845 

95-003962 
Aquatic Plants 

95-003090 

95-003998 

95-004095 
Ca tctum 

95-002578 
Caves 

95 -003084 
Climate 

95-003227 

95-003233 

95-003234 

95-003248 

95-003250 

95-00325L 

95-003592 

95-003656 

95-003696 

95-003768 

95-003792 

95-003823 

95-003964 

95-006067 



...CONTINUED... 
Environmental Factors 
Climate 

95-004138 

95-004172 

95-004192 
Currents 

95-002333 

95-002799 

95-002891 

95-003136 

95-003190 

95-003223 

95-003227 

95-003249 

95-003252 

95-003253 

95-003845 

95-003999 

95-004135 

95-004136 

95-004160 

95-004171 

95-004183 
Depth 

95-002427 

95-002661 

95-002850 

95-002867 

95-002953 

95-002955 

95-002970 

95-002974 

95-002980 

95-003175 

95-003213 

95-003904 

95-003940 

95-003999 

95-004022 

95-004098 

95-004289 

95-004300 

95-004322 
Drought 

95-003115 

95-004011 
El Nino 

95-003592 

95-003768 

95-004160 
Eutrophication 

95-003229 

95-003922 

95-004109 
Fire 

95-004036 
Floods 

95-003985 

95-003989 

95-004011 

95-004023 

95-004033 
Flow Regimes 

95-002227 

95-002970 

95-002982 

95-002983 

95-003012 

95-003135 

95-003192 

95-003195 

95-003225 

95-003750 

95-003859 

95-003922 

95-003985 



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... 

Environmental Factors 
FLow Regimes 
95-003990 
95-0-03992 
95-004011 
95-00" 4015 
95-004071 
95-001*081 
95-004097 
Food Supply 
95-002459 
95-002603 
95-002640 
95-002682 
95-002708 
95-002758 
95-002761 
95-002807 
J5-Q02847 
95-OOZ891 
95-002955 
95-002965 
95-002978 
95-002992 
95-003008 
95-003020 
95-003041 
95-003043 
95-00309't 
95-003109 
95-003129 
95-003165 
95-003205 
95-003239 
95-003252 
95-003900 
95-003936 
95-004074 
95-004105 
95-004220 
Freshwater Inflow 

95-0-02843 
General 
95-002234 
95-002082 
Geonorptiic Effects 
95-002803 
95-003964 
95-003966 
95-004200 
Gradient 
95-002842 
95-004029 
Groundwater 

95-002934 
Hurricanes 
95-004115 
Ice 

95-002333 
95-003493 
Inatream Flow 
95-004023 
95-004074 
Iron 

93-002584 

Large Organic Debris 
9S-003672 
95-004023 
93-004044 
Latitude 
95-002845 
95-002967 
95-003204 
99-003212 
95-003962 
95-003964 



...CONTINUED... 
Environmental Factors 
Latitude 

95-004273 
Light 
95-002455 
95-002547 
95-002610 
95-002661 
95-002816 
95-002857 
95-002979 
95-003990 
95-004057 
95-004105 
Lunar Influences 
95-002799 
95-002921 
95-002967 
Magnetic Fields 
95-002803 
95-002967 
Microhabltat 
95-002974 
95-003090 
95-004044 
Noise 

95-003032 

Nutrients 

95-003673 

95-003940 

Ocean Fronts 

95-002923 
Oxygen 
95-002453 
95-002459 
95-002471 
95-002504 
95-002603 
95-002638 
95-002639 
95-002658 
95-002965 
95-003152 
95-003245 
95-003253 
95-003254 
95-003427 
95-003961 
95-003965 
95-004019 
95-004300 
P H 

95-002558 
95-002584 
95-003119 
95-003541 
95-004029 
Phosphorus 
95-003966 
95-003968 
Pho tope riod ism 
95-002198 
95-002350 
95-002452 
95-002453 
95-002518 
95-002534 
95-002545 
95-002546 
95-002559 
95-002575 
95-002580 
95-002604 
95-002759 
95-002810 
95-002867 



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...CONTINUED... 
Enviianmental Factors 
Photoperiodlsm 
95-003919 
95-002921 
95-002922 
95-002954 
95-002957 
95-002962 
95-002969 
95-00305B 
95-003096 
95-003839 
95-003870 
Precipitation 
95-002934 
Pressure Effects 
95-002427 
95-004105 
Primary Production 

95-003698 
Salinity 
95-002177 
95-002199 
95-002255 
95-002268 
95-002126 
95 -.002129 
95-002453 
95-002158 
95-002491 
95-002534 
95-002560 
95-002596 
95-002600 
95-OQ2628 
95-002661 
95-002708 
95-002898 
95-002923 
95-002928 
95-003041 
95-003150 
95-003162 
95-003 L65 
95-003223 
95-003237 
95-003245 
95-003249 
95-003253 
95-003718 
95-003045 
95-004088 
95-004093 
95-004095 
95-004098 
95- 00*109 
95-004133 
95-004172 
95-004192 
95-004202 
Season 
95-002355 
95-002376 
95-002410 
95-002440 
95-002448 
95-002454 
95-002463 
95-002466 
95-002487 
95-002536 
95-002591 
95-003604 
95-002644 
95-002B23 
95-002073 



.,. CONTINUED. . 
Environmental Factors 
Season 
95-002874 
95-002883 
95-002896 
95-002903 
95-002913 
95-002923 
95-002923 
95-002923 
95-00292? 
95-002940 
95-002951 
95-002954 
95-002956 
95-002964 
95-002966 
95-002967 
95-002969 
95-002973 
95-002976 
95-002995 
95-003002 
95-003006 
95-003008 
95-00301? 
95-003020 
95-003029 
95-003031 
95-003043 
95-003073 
95-003078 
95-003083 
95-003089 
95-003096 
95-003101 
95-003105 
95-003115 
95-003125 
95-003128 
95-00316C 
95-003 IBS 
95-003203 
95-003223 
95-QQ323!) 
95-003236 
95-003254 
95-003416 
95-00343!) 
95-003558 
95-003562 
95-003717 
95-003059 
95-003922 
95-0039J6 
95-003964. 
95-003985 
95-003989 
95-004005 
95-004093 
95-004097 
95-004098 
95-004108 
95-004111 
95-004114 
95-004123 
95-004 13G 
95-004147 
95-004151 
95-004190 
95-004211 
95-004221 
95-004229 
95-004232 
Sedimentation 
95-002177 



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...CONTINUED... 
Environmental Factors 
Sedimenlatioii 
95-001183 
95-004248 
Solar Activity 

95-0029&7 
Stratification 
Q.5-OCM 185 
95-004220 

Substrate Composition 
95-002177 
95-002192 
95-002661 
95-002768 
95-002781 
95-OQ2B21 
95-002850 
95-002956 
95-00295") 
95-002970 
95-0029B4 
95-003035 



95- 
95-003195 
95-003213 
95-003766 
95-003772 
95-DD3B10 
95-003904 
95-003972 
95-003939 
95-004005 
95-00*022 
95-004120 
95-COM26 
95-004140 
95-004312 
95-00(1219 
95-004269 
95-001300 
Temperature 
95-002211 
95-002322 
95-002421 
95-002425 
95-002435 
95-002436 
95-002418 
95-002*52 
95-002454 
95-002*56 
95-00245S 
95-002171 
95-002175 
93-002485 
95-0024S7 



95-002'i94 
95-002504 
95-002507 
95-002512 
95-002532 
95-0025J4 
95-002557 
95-002558 
95-002573 
95-002576 
95-002579 
95-00260* 
95-002606 
95-002627 
95-002640 
95-002645 
95-00264B 
95-002708 



.. .CONTINUED.. . 
Environmental Facton 
Temperature 
95-002709 
95-002819 
95-OQ2834 
95-002B39 
95-002842 
95-002B45 
95-002B7* 
95-002898 
95-002903 
95-002915 
95-002923 
95-002950 
05-002952 
95-002955 
95-002958 
95-002966 
95-0030'il 
95-001043 
95-003069 
95-003078 
95-003106 
95-003109 
95-003129 
93-003147 
95-003162 
95-003163 
95-00316B 
95-003175 
95-003185 
95-003190 
95-003204 
95- 003213 
95-003223 
95-003227 
95-003229 
95-003235 
95-003237 
95-00324* 
95-003246 
95-003248 
95-003249 
95-003250 
95-003251 
95-003253 
95-003254 
95-003286 
95-0033*7 
95-003500 
95-003508 
95-003510 
95-003696 
95-003750 
95-003634 
95-003865 
95-003960 
95-003979 
95-00*015 
95-004017 
95-00*105 
95-004133 
95-004172 
95-004192 
95-004201 
95-004202 
95-004220 
95-004229 
95-004232 
95-004322 
Tides 
95-002759 
95-002799 
Turbidity 
95-002898 
95-002974 



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. CONTINUED . . 
Environmental Factors 
Turbidity 

95-003090 

95-0031-17 

95-003231. 

95-003939 

95-004064 

95-004248 

95-004322 
Turbulence 

55-003086 

95-003899 

95-004105 

95-004220 
Ultraviolet Light 

95-002455 
Upwelling 

95-002820 

95-00293'. 

95-003180 

95-003206 

95-003237 
Water Level Fluctuations 

95-002915 

95-003237 

95-003960 

95-004011 

95-004022 

95-004064 

95-004066 

95-004081 
Water quality 

95-003185 
Waves 

95-003776 

95-004163 
Wind 

95-002828 

95-002834 

95-002901 

95-003136 

95-003182 

95-003233 

95-003237 

95-003248 

95-003888 

95-004093 
Winter 

95-002410 

95-002819 

Fish Control /Removal 
Drawdowns 

95-003327 
Electric Barriers 

95-003827 
Exotic Species 

95-002890 

95-003247 
General 

95-003059 

95-003S26 

95-003328 
Lake Renovation 

95-003916 

95-003933 

95-003934 

95-003-939 

95-003955 

Rough Fish Control 
95-003S27 
93-003916 
95-003946 

Trout Stream Management 
95-002690 
95-003247 
Flah Kills 
Algal Blooms 
95-004088 



.. CONTINUED... 
Fish Kills 

Eutrophication 

95-004088 

Toxic Algae 

95-003545 

95-003592 

95-004283 

Winterkill 

95-003913 

Fish Lists/Keys 

Africa 

95-OD2307 

95-003266 

Africa! Lake 

95-003148 
Africni Lake Victoria 

95-003971 
Alaska 

95-003172 
Antarctica 
95-004182 
Aplochoilidae 

95-003226 

Atlantic Ocean, Northwestern 
95-003209 
95-003214 
95-003218 
Australia 
95-003810 
95-004123 
Australia: New South Males 

95-003176 
Austialiat Victoria 

95-003176 
Austria 

95-002348 
Barbados 

95-003183 
Bering Sea 
95-003172 
Black Sea and Area 

95-003175 
Brazil 
95-003144 
95-003617 
California 
95-003273 
95-004229 
Canary Islands 
95-003161 
95-004122 
Caribbean Area 
95-003209 
95-004190 
Central America 
95-002307 
95-003266 
Characidae 
95-003266 
Cichlidae 
95-002307 
95-003148 
95-003271 
95-003971 
Croatia 

95-003181 
Cuba 

95-003142 

Cyprinidae 

95-003261 

95-003284 

Czech Republic 

95-003192 
Fiji Islands 

95-003B05 
Florida 
95-004119 



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. .CONTINUED... 
FLsh Lists/Keys 
Florida 

93-004136 
French Guiana 

95-003374 
Gemiany 

95-003253 
Gobi lil ae 

95-003263 
Great Britain 

95-003669 
Gulf of Mexico 
95-003218 
95-004110 
Italy 
95-002956 
95-002976 
95-005120 
95-004147 
Kentucky 
95-003151 
95-003201 
Louisiana 

95-003153 
Malaysia 

95-004205 
Martinique 
95-004190 
Mediterranean Region 

95-00419B 
Mexico 

95-004110 
Montana 

95-003791 
Nevada 

95-003178 
New Zealand 
95-003190 
Nicaragua 
95-003217 
North Caiolina 
95-003146 
95-004212 
HorUi Sea 
95-004181 
Norway 

95-003396 
Pacific Ocean 

95-003177 
Pacific Ocean, North 

93-003172 

Pakistan 

95-003186 

95-003187 

Persian Gulf 

95-003199 
Peru 

95-003156 
95-003157 
Poland 
95-003194 
95-003979 
Red Sea and Area 

95-003198 
Romania 

95-003215 
Russia 

95-003207 

Slovenia 

95-003196 

95-003197 

South Africa 

55-004095 
South America 
95-002307 
95-003266 



. CONTINUED. , 
Fish Lists/Keys 
Spain 
95-003137 
95-003155 
Tanzania 

95-003148 
Tennessee 
95-00326'. 
95-003452 
Trlchonotidae 

95-003262 
Ukraine 

95-003175 
United States, Eastern 

95-003214 

United States, Southeastern 
95-003264 

United States: Missouri River 
and Basin 

95-OD4020 
Zaire 

95-003148 
Zambia 

95-003148 
Fish Passage 
Economics 

95-003880 
Escapement 
95-003880 
Fishways 
95-003QB1 
95-003882 
95-004026 
General 

95-003681 

Hydroelectric Developments 
95-003880 
95-003B82 
Impoundment 
95-OD38B2 
95-004071 
Lights 

95-002416 
Fishing Geai 

Acoustical Methods 
95-004299 

Artisanal Fisheries 
95-003989 
Baits/Baiting 

95-002784 
By catch 
93-003859 
95-003862 
95-003869 
95-003875 
95-004231 

Commercial Fishing 
95-003958 
95-004191 
95-004268 
Electro fishing 
95-003230 
95-003863 
95-003877 
Fish Attractants 
95-002773 
95-002784 
Fish Preservation 

95-004268 
Gear Efficiency 
95-003B70 
95-003876 
Gear Selectivity 
95-003861 
95-003B62 
95-003868 



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...CONTINUED.. , 

Fishing Gear 

Gear Selectivity 
95-003971 
95-003873 
95-003876 
91-003958 
9-i-OQ<.231 

Holding Facilities 
95-003776 
93-00(1268 
Hooklng/llaiKillna Mortnlity 

95-003877 

Hooking/HandliHE Stiess 
95-003.363 
95-001877 
95-ODI.214 

Incidental Entrapment 
95-0038C6 
93-003667 
05-00(1316 
95-IM22B 
Injuries 

95-003B62 
Lnrval Fiah 

95-003670 
Lon alines 
95-004191 
93-004203 
Neta/flon&a Nets 

95-003970 
Nous/Cast Nets 

95-00'. 075 
Heta/Dip Noti 

95-003621 
Nets/DtiFt Nets 

95-003872 

Nets/Escape Mechanisms 
95-003869 

95-003975 
Nets/Fry 

95-003670 
NGtsVFyke Beta 

95-C03B61 
Nets /General 

95-00(1228 
Nets /Ghost Nets 

95-003B66 
Ncls/Clll Hcts 

95-003872 

95-003873 

95-003953 

95-003984 
Kots/Hiac. 

95-003865 
Ncts/Puraa Seines 

95-003872 

95-004167 
Nets /Seines 

95-003(159 

95-003872 
Nets/Separator Pattala 

95-003B69 

95-003875 
Neta/Sut NGta 

95-003859 
Ncts/TrainnQl Neta 

93-004147 
He ta/ Trawl a 

9S-003067 

95-003&59 

93-003869 

93-003871 

95-003872 

95-003875 

95-004293 
Sampling 

95-003076 



. . .CONTINUFD... 
Fishing Gear 
Sampling 

95-003877 

95-003959 

95-004293 
Sportfishing 

95-003621 
Subsistence Fishing 

95-003989 
Traps 

95-003860 

95-003989 
Traps /Fry 

95-003874 
Traps /General 

95-003876 
Traps/Ghost Traps 

95-003866 
Traps /Lighted 

95-003874 
Trap B/ Wire 

95-003864 
Vessel Design 

95-003865 
Weirs 

95-003990 
Genetics 

Abnormalities 

95-003471 

95-003580 
Age/Growth 

95-002673 

95-002702 

95-0027f6 
Age /Sex Relationship^ 

95-002669 

95-002689 
Alloaymes 

95-002662 

95-002665 

95-002666 

95-002681 

95-002693 

95-002696 

95-002699 

95-002718 

95-002724 

95-002731 

95-003738 
Behavior 

95-002720 

95-002767 
Chromosomes 

95-002697 

95-002727 

95-002728 

95-002743 

95-003'.71 
Cloning 

95-002704 
Coloration 

95-002700 

95-002720 
Condition Factor a 

95-002669 

95-002720 
Cy to chrome 

95-002666 

95-002683 

95-002734 

95-002742 
Cytochrome P450 

95-003495 
Cytogenetica 

95-002739 

95-002743 



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. .CONTINUED... 
?enetlcs 

DMA 

95-002*36 
95- 0026 &S 
95-002669 
55-002670 
95-00267'i 
95-002679 
95-002683 
95-002697 
95-002698 
95-002701 
95-002713 
95-002714 
95-002715 
93-002716 
95-002710 
95-002721 
95-00-2723 
95-002725 
95-002730 
95-002732 
95-002737 
95-002741 
99-00274'! 
95-002745 
95-003495 
95-003506 
95-003519 
D5-003547 
95-003580 
95-003505 
Early Development 

95-002686 
Electrophoresis 

95-002746 
Embryology 
95-002820 
Enzymes 
95-002702 
95-002722 
95-003519 
Evolution 
95-00266'i 
95-00266B 
93-002670 
95-002681 
95-Q026fl2 
95 -0026 B3 
95-002690 
55-002711 
95-002714 
35-002715 
95-002719 
95-002723 
95-002728 
95-002732 
95-002734 
95-00 2.740 
95-0027*3 
95-002826 
95-003271 
Fertilization 
95-002G69 
Gone Expression 
93-002680 
95-002709 
95-002741 
95- 0027 Vt 
95-002750 
95 -003495 
95-003510 
Gene Happing 
95-0021B3 
95-002486 
D5-002666 



...CONTINUED. ,. 
Genetics 

Gene [lapping 
95-002670 
95-002674 
95-002666 
95-002690 
95-002695 
95-002*97 
95-002701 
95-002703 
95-002706 
95-002712 
95-002713 
95-002714 
95-002715 
95-002716 
95-002717 
95-002726 
95-OOZ7J4 
95-0027'.! 
95-002745 
95-002747 
95-002751 
95-002825 
Gene Transfer 

95-002710 
Genetic Diversity 
95-00267B 
95-002692 
95-002718 
93-002721 
95-00352(1 
95-00362H 
95-003681 

Genetic Engineering 
93-002665 
95-002688 
95-002710 
95-002727 
95-002744 
95-003295 
Genetic Fitness 
95-002708 
Genetic Markers 
95-002679 
95-00266-1 
95-002685 
95-002687 
95-002712 
95-002719 
95-002726 
95-002741 
95-003495 
93-003496 
95-003519 
95-003521 
95-003536 
95-003579 
95-003580 
95-0035B5 
Genetic Strains 
95-002186. 
95-002704 
95-002708 
95-OD2747 
95-002382 
Genome a 
95-002695 
95-0027(10 
Gonadotropin 

95-0027*i4 

Growth Hormone 

95-002694 

95-002750 

Gynogeneais 

95-002231 



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SUBJECT IHDFX 



..CONTlriUED.. 
Genetics 

Gyiiogeiiesi <i 
95-002671 
95-002673 
05-OQ2&76 
95-002677 
95-002739 
HatciieryfWild ropulationa 

95-002721 
Hemato Logy 
95-0025B7 
Hetero^ygosLty 
95-002W5 
95-002662 
95-002691 
95-002693 
95-002699 
Hybridization 
95-002215 
95-002663 
95-002727 
95-002735 
95-Q0273B 
Inrnune Response 
95 -GOP 7 12 
95-001316 
Isoaymes 
95-092673 
95-002673 
95-OQ27D7 
95 -002 700 
95-002722 
95-003271 
95-003830 
kaiyotypes 
95-OD272G 
95-002729 
Lactale 
95-002702 
95-003271 
Mate Selection 

95-002730 
Maturation 
95-002736 
Mltochondcia 
95-002670. 



95-002719 
95- 00272 L 
Modeling 

95-003113 
Nutagens 

95-003547 
Mutations 

95-002700 
Natural Selection 

95-002662 

95-002663 

35-002733 

95-002735 

93-003767 
Osteolugy 

93-003668 
PaiaslLes/oiaeascs 

93-0033.10 



95-002505 
Ploldy Level a 
95-002675 

95-002670 
95-002699 
95-002727 
95-002719 
95-004006 
Polymorphism 
95-002672 



CONTINUED, , . 
Genetics 

Polymorphism 
95-002679 
95-002694 
95-002725 
95-00272B 
55-002731 
95-002737 
95-002746 
Poiyploidy 
95-002749 
95-002751 

Population Gciietlra 
95-002661 
95-00266^ 
95-002672 
95-002671 
95-00268^ 
95- 01)26 B5 
95-002696 
95-OOZ7D5 
35-002719 
$5-002725 
95-002727 
95-002728 
93-002732 
95-0027^6 
95-003528 
95-003830 
Proteins 

95-002701 
Reproduction 

95-0026B9 
RHA 

95-002669 

95-002712 

Selective IH 

95-0022ai 

93-002252 

95-002308 

93-002317 

93-002325 

93-002727 

Sex Dotecmln 

95-002671 

95-002680 

95-002727 

Sex Ratios 

95-002680 

Sex RevetaiU 

95-00222') 

95-002680 

Sex Specific 

95-002097 

93-0026Qft 

Species Id 

95-002738 

Stock Assessment 

95-002696 
Stock Identlf tr 
95-002687 
95-002703 
95-003 &81 

Stocking/ Ini UK! HLLU 
95-002/31 
Survival 
95-002735 
Swinging PcrtoTimmrt 

95-002720 
Taxonomy 
05-0026711 
95-002683 
95-002707 
95-002728 

Technlquaa/CliroinoBtt 
95-002743 



FR 



268 



SUBIECT INDEX 



...CONTINUED... 
Genetics 

Techniques/Gene Transfer 
95-002680 
95-002710 
Tcclin i ques / Gynogene sis 

95-002671 
Tectmiqucs/Ploldy Levels 

95-002665 
95-0027'<9 
Techniques/Variation studies 

95-002664 
95-00269'! 
95-002714 
95-002726 
Tetraploldy 
95-002751 
Triplold Fish 
95-Q02&55 
95.-002&56 
95-002.7'.9 
Variation Studies 
95-OOZ492 
95-002665 
95-002666 
95-002672 
95-00267') 
95-002678 
95-OQ26B'. 
95-002685 
95-0026B9 
95-002692 
95-002693 
95-002*95 
95-002696 
95-002702 
95-OOZ705 
95-002708 
95-002,712 
95-Q2717 
9-5-002718 
95-002722 
95-00272'. 
95-002726 
95-Q02729 
95-002730 
95-002731 
95-002733 
95-002737 
95-002742 
95-0027'.? 
95-002825 
95-003340 
95-006006 

Habitat Alterations 
Acidification 
95-003570 
95-003915 
95-003923 
95-003951 
95-003976 
95-004029 

Agricultural Drainage 
95-003477 
95-003774 
95-003913 
95-003928 
95-004012 
95-004175 

Aquatic Plant Control 
95-002173 
95-003487 
95-003979 
Artificial Reefs 
95-002241 
95-002781 
95-003551 



. .CONTINUED.. 
Hdbitat Alterations 
Artificial Reefs 
95-003562 
95-003683 
95-003707 
95-003746 
35-003747 
95-003751 
95-003752 
95-003753 
95-003755 
95-003756 
93-003757 
95-003i760 
95-003762 

95-003764 

95-003766 

95-003772 

95-003773 

95-003775 

95-003782 

93-003789 

95-00379'i 

95-00380Q 

95-003818 

95-003819 

95-00387B 

95-00391*1 

95-003930 

95-003972 

95-004057 

95-004062 

95-004077 

95-004100 
95-004117 
95-004156 
95-004159 
95-004186 
95-004189 
95-004206 
95-004211 
95 -00'. 22 9 
95-004244 
95-004289 
95-004302 
95-004303 
95-004323 
95-004334 

Artificial Spawning Beds 
93-00391'. 
Bank Revetment 
95-004026 
Deaver Ponds 

95-003793 

Boat Turbidity 

95-004332 

Breakwaters 

95-003762 

95-0037B9 

95-004211 

95-004229 

Brush Shelters 

95-003763 

95-003764 

95-003914 

95-004041 

95-004057 

95-004100 

Canals 

95-004334 
Channelization 
95-003466 
95-003490 
95-004001 
95*004002 
95-004003 



FR 40(2) 



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1995 



SUDJECT INDEX 



...CONTINUED. .. 
Habitat Alterations 
Channelization 
95-004009 
95-0040115 

95-004152 
Clears utttng 

95-003781 

95-0040ia 
LI iron te 

95-003696 

95-003768 

95-OQ379Z 

95-003962 
Coral Reefs 

95-003770 
Dams 

95-003216 
95-003610 
95-003750 
95-003771 
95-003785 
95-003791 



9S-OQ4QOO 
93-004 0-10 
95-004019 
95-004035 
95-004037 
95-00-4045 
Bikes 
95-003736 
95-003771 
95-0037BII 
95-004013 
95-004033 
Disturbances 

95-004332 
Drawdowns 
95-OQ3B27 
95-003992 
Dredging 
95-003948 
95-004229 
Eutroptiication 
95-002233 
95-003603 
95-003925 
95-003946 
95-003951 
95-003977 
95-003979 
95-003982 
95-004000 
95-004070 
95-001088 
"-OQ4101 
95-004173 



95-004041 

ttsh Aggregation Devices 
95-003707 
95-003756 
95-003786 
Fishing Gear 

95-003172 

Flood Central 

95-004033 

95-004095 

Floods 

95-004033 

95-004033 

How Regimes 

95-003487 

95-OOJ767 

95-003921 



...CONTINUED. .. 
Habitat Alterations 
Plow Regimes 
95-003979 

Forestry Practices 
95-003080 
95-003255 
95-0033B'. 
95-OQ3G10 
95-003057 
95-003711 
95-003712 
95-003734 
95-003774 
Grazing 
95-003749 
95-003988 
95-003996 

Habitat ImprovemonUGoni 
95-003707 
95-003763 
95-003778 
95-003782 
93-003/83 
95-00378S 
95-003790 
93-00381B 
95-003819 
95-003933 
93-003972 
93-003986 
93-004026 
95-004058 
95-004077 
93-004081 
93-004083 
93-004089 
95-004152 
93-004159 
Habitat Protection 

93-002172 

Heated Effluents 

95-002950 

93-003105 

9S-00313J 

Heated Water 

93-003795 

95-003921 

Hydroelectric Davolom. 
95-003750 
95-003767 
93-004037 
95-004081 

Impingement /Entrflliumin 

95-003787 
Impoundment 
95-002949 
95-003144 
95-003615 
95-003736 
95-003780 
95-003704 
95-00/1002 
95-Q040B4 
Industrialization 
95-003754 
95-003928 
Instreajn Flow 
95-003616 
95-00'.023 
95-004039 
95-004041 
Irrigation Projects 



Land Use 
95-003216 
95-003610 



PR 40(2) 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



..CONTINUED,.. 
Habitat Alterations 
Land Use 
95-001657 
95-003711 
95-00373'i 
95 -00377ft 
95-003781 
95-003926 
95-003928 
95-001000 
95-004017 
95-004018 
95-004035 
95-004095 
Landfills 
95-003464 

Large Organic Debris 
95-003314 
95-004002 
95-004003 
95-00(1023 
95-004057 
Hartnas 
95-003759 
95-004229 

Hidwater Structures 
95-002241 
95-003707 
95-003757 
95-003758 
95-003773 
95-003775 
95-003782 
95-004117 
95-0041B6 
95-00/1306 
Mine Effluents 

Q5-QQ3497 
Mining 
93-002170 
95-003537 
95-003573 
95-003761 
95-OQ399G 
Mitigation 
95-002170 
J5-003707 
95-003747 
95-003740 
95-003756 
95-003759 
95-003788 
95-003972 
95-00(1041 
95-00424'. 
95-004280 
95-004334 

Navigation projects 
95-004045 
Net-Pen Culture 
95-002241 
95-003683 
95-003757 
95-003776 
95-0037B2 
95-003878 
95-004100 
95-OOUB6 
Noise 

95-004332 
Offshore Drilling 

95-004144 
Plpelinea 
95-003777 
Pollution 
95-002170 



, ..CONTINUED... 
Habitat Alteiatlona 
Pollution 
95-002949 
95-002950 
95-003144 
95-003175 
95-003477 
95-003479 
95-003551 
95-003603 
(95-003796 
95-003823 
95-003951 
95-003982 
95-004222 
Port Construction 
95-003759 
95-004159 
Power Plants 
95-003748 
95-003787 
Recreational Activities 

95-003770 
95-003986 
Riparian Habitat 
95-003781 
95-003988 
Sediment 
95-003603 
Sedimentation 
95-003765 
95-003770 
95-003913 
95-003951 
Sewage Effluents 
95-003926 

Shoreline Development 
95-003736 
95-003755 
95-003780 
95-003784 
95-003788 
95-003823 
95-003972 
95-004222 
95-004249 
Tempo rature 

95-003962 
Thermal Pollution 
9S-002950 
95-003106 
95-003133 
95-003256 
95-003487 
93-003921 
95-003979 
Tide Gates 
95-003795 
95-004087 
Turbidity 
95-003765 
95-003926 
95-004001 
95-004002 
95-004003 
Urban Development 
95-003538 
95-003603 
95-003770 
95-003774 
Water Diversions 
95-003779 
95-003797 
95-001033 
95-OOd037 

Water Level Fluctuations 
95-003951 



FR 40(2) 



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SUDJtCT INDEX 



..CONTINUED.. , 
Habitat Alterations 
Water Level fluctuations 
95-004007 
95-004058 
Water Quality 
95-003530 



95-00-4095 
Vnier Supply 

95-003944 
Watershed Management 

95-QOJ53B 
Wetland Restoration 

95-004092 
Invertebrates 
Anemones 

95-G02B06 
Artcmin 



95-002287 
95- 0030 52 
95-003311 
Benthos 
95- 003 101 
Copepoda. 
95-002330 
95-002334 
Crayfish 

95-002337 
Ctenophoces, 

95-GC3074 
Daphnia 
95-003047 
95-0030?! 

Dreissena polyrnorplia 
95-00308? 
95-Q0392H 
95-004080 
I sop oils 
95-003026 
Leeches 
95-Q030&3 
Medusae 

93-003074 
Molluscs 

93-002336 
tlysla relicta 
55-003093 
95-003981 

Parasites/Diseasea 
95-003445 
Rotifers 
05-00224S 
95-CG228B 
Trophic Relationships 

95-003445 
Zoop lank ton 
95-00227? 
95-002650 
95-003099 
95-003916 
95 -0039? 2 
95-003953 
95-004072 



95-006295 

95-004307 
Limnology 
Acidification 

95-003476 

93-003976 
Eutrophication 

93-003796 
General 

95-003137 
93-003732 



. . CONTINUFt). . . 
Limnology 
Hydrology 

95-003974 

Lake Classification 
95 - 0039 J 5 
95-00396G 
Modeling 
95-00389'. 
95-003894 
Morpheme try 

95-002333 
Nutrient CycLin B 
95-OOJ884 
95-003894 
95-004076 
Nutrieut3 

95-00396B 
0\ygen 

95-003961 
Paleolitnnology 

95-003154 
Phosphorus 
95-002335 
95-00396B 
95-004032 

Primary Production 
95-004076 
95-004090 
Sediment 

95-00392O 
Sedimentation 

95-002335 
Tempera tWLe 

95-OOHS12 

Trophic Relationship a 
95-003796 
95-003B94 
95-003977 
95-004096 
Turbidity 

95-003920 

Water Lavel Fluctuations 
95-OQ2m 
95-00394') 
Water Qunllty 

95-002331 
Zooplankton 
95-002331 
93-002332 
93-004292 



Abmidnuce/Factorg o 

95-004079 

M-004232 
Aquntic Planta 

95-00/i090 
Artificial Heefs 

9^-002952 

95-003760 

95-003764 

95-003778 

95-003B09 

95-004080 

95-004085 

95-004090 

95-004100 

95-004149 
Artisnnal Flslictlca 

95-003868 

95-004090 

95-004093 
Hays 

95-003202 
Brush Shelters 

95-003764 

95-004.090 



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272 



SUBJECT INDEX 



. . CONTINUED. . 
Management/Research- -Estuaries 

Brush Shelters 

95-00'. 100 
By catch 

95-Q03S59 
Canals 

95-00409B 

Catch Per Unit Effort 
95-003809 
05-004093 
Coastal Habitat 
95-003784 
95-004232 

Conmeicial Fishing 
53-00385') 
95-003861 
95-004093 
95-004097 

Kcologlcal Analyf.ii 
95-003672 
y5-004099 
Economics 
Q5-0037GO 
95-0037B4 
95-004091 
Exploitation Rates 

95-004091 
Fish ABsragntion Devices 

95-004QB5. 
Fis5i Passage 

95-004095 
Fisherman/Anglei Surveys. 

95-003809 
Freshwater Inflow 

95-004097 

Ha b L tat AlLciations 
93-003760 
35-003763 
95-003761 
95-003784 
05-00379*5 
95-004084 
95-00(1086 
95-0040B7 
95-004088 
95-004092 
95-004095 
95-004100 
95-01)4101 
95-OU417 r > 
95-004249 
Habitat Classiricalion 

95-003150 
Habitat Evaluation 

95-004086 

Habitat Improvement /General 
95-003778 
95-004095 
Habitat Protection 

95-004094 
Harvest 
95-0038GS 
95-004001 
Hatchfiry/Hild Populations 

95 -00 384 / ( 
Lagoon s 
95-002988 
95-0040B2 



95-00'i090 

95-004100 
Larae Organic Dpbris 

95-003672 
Laws/Law Enforcement 

95-004086 
Mangrovos 

95-002928 



.. CONTINUED., 

anaiieraent/Reseatch-- Estuaries 
Mangroves 
95-003763 
95-00378'. 
95 -00'. 09 4 
95-QO'i249 
Marine Reserves 

95-004163 
Marshes , Salt 
93-002023 
95-0040B4 
Mitigation 
95-004092 
95-004149 
Modeling 

95-004096 
Mosquito Control 

95-004084 
Multiple Use 

95-004095 
Net-Pen Culture 

95-004090 
Nursery Areas 
95-002983 
95- 0032 LO 
95-004095 
95-004133 
95-004249 
Otnamental Fish Tr.icle 

95-003763 
Pollution 

95-00349i 

Population Studies 
95-002823 
95-004098 

Primary Production 
95-004079 
95-004100 
Production 
95-003253 
95-0037*4 
95-004085 
95-004090 
Recreational Benefits 

95-004095 
Recruitment 

95-002906 
Scagrnss Beds 
95-002874 
95-003057 
95-004098 
Species Diveiiity 
95-003202 
95-00325J 
95-003760 
93-004232 
Sportfishins 

95-003H09 

Stake Beds 

95-004090 

Stock Assessment 

95-002906 

95-003795 

95-003868 

95-004091 

95-004097 

93-004101 

S tocklng/ Introductions 

95-003844 
Supplemental Stocking 

95-003B44 

Trophic Relationships 
95-004079 
93-004096 
95-004175 
Water Quality 
95-004080 



FR 40(2) 



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1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



. . . CONTINUED.., 

Management /Hesear(.li--F&tuai.les 
Water Quality 

95-00*1095 
Wetlands 

95 -oof, 092 

95 -00 '.2 '.9 
Year Class Strength 

95-002906 

Management /Research- -General 
Abundance/Factors of 

95-003553 

95-003695 

95-00369& 

95-OOJ725 
Administration 

95-003717 
Aquatic Plant Control 

95-0021&B 

95-002173 
Aquatic Plants 

95-002174 
Arctic Habitat 

95-003'i7ti 

95-003S52 

95-003567 
Artificial Reefs 

95-003653 

95-003702 

95-003707 

95-003720 
Artlsanal Fisher I as 

95-003200 

95-003617 

95-003635 

95-003640 

95-003720 
Benthos 

95-003042 

95-003648 
Commercial Fishing 

95-003117 

95-003215 

95-003615 

95-003045 

95-003664 

95-003665 

95-003669 

95-003717 

95-003724 

95-003768 

95-OD3B62 
Cumulative Indexes 

95-003674 
Data Bases 

93-003638 

93-003639 

95-003697 

93-003701 

95-001*326 
Ecological Analysis 

93-003567 

95-003603 

93-003642 

93-003648 

95-003656 

95-003663 

93-003703 

95-003711 

95-003712 

95-003725 

93-003732 

95-003768 

93-004017 
Economic Value 

93-003607 

93-003608 



...CONTINUED... 
Management /Research- -General 
Economic Value 

95-0036J8 

95-003666 

95-0037(.4 

95-003745 

95-003801 

95-003802 

95-003003 
Economics 

93-003608 

95-003610 

95-003615 

95-003624 

95-003645 

95-003661 

95-003691 

95-00372'. 

95-003731 

95-003736 

95-003800 

95-003013 
Education 

95-OOJ609 

95-003619 

95-003624 

95-003631 

95-003643 

95-003650 

95-003659 

95-003668 

95-003682 

95-003701 
Endangered Populations 

95-002175 

95-003137 

95-003178 

95-003666 

95-003669 

95-003670 

95-003690 

95-004337 
End angered/ Threatened Species 

95-003170 

95-003604 

95-004335 
Environmental Impact Asscsso*nli 

95-003754 
Exotic Species 

95-003137 
Exploitation Rates 

95-003607 

95-003638 

95-003639 

95-003668 

95-003675 

95-003680 

95-003698 

95-003717 

95 -003 7 44 

95-003745 

95-003909 
Extension Services 

95-004272 
Extirpation 

95-003178 
Fish Aggregation Devices 

95-003707 
Fish Control /Removal 

95-003828 
Fisherman/Angler suiveya 

95-003699 

95-003702 

95-003802 

95-003822 
Fishery Associations 

95-003719 



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.. CONTINUED. . . 

Management /Research- -General 

Fishery Associations 

95-003 &24 
Fishery Literature 

95-01)3674 
Fishery Management Councils 

95-001640 

05-003729 
Forecasting 

95-003634 

93-004263 
General 

95-00362& 

95-01)3642 

95-003659 

95-003661 

95-003671 



95-003700 
95-003725 
95-0037*12 

Habitat Alterations 
95-003216 
95-003(177 
95-00353B 
95-003610 
95-003616 
95-ODi628 
95-003633 
95-003656 
95-003677 
95-003679 
95- 00369 6 
95-003707 
95-003711 
95-003712 
95-003727 
95-003731) 
95-003754 
95-003768 
95-003792 
95-003757 
95-00399* 
95-CO/.332 
95-004333 

Habitat Classification 
95-003146 
95-003646 
95-003718 
95-004333 

Habitat Evaluation 
95-003665 
95-00') 3 21 

Habitat Improvement/General 
95-003603 
95-003707 
93-003727 

HiUiHnl Protection 
95-003604 
95-003666 
95-003669 
95-003679 
95-003693 
95-003727 
9-i- 00399 <> 
95-00'i017 

Habitat Rating Systems 
95-003-665 
Habitat Selection 

95-002173 
Handbooks 

95-003659 
Harvest 
95-003-615 
95-003621 
95-003656 



.. .CONTINUED. ,. 
Management /Research- -General 
Harvest 
95-003668 
95-003686 
95-003719 
95-001901 
95-003903 

Hatchery/Wild Populations 

95-003625 

95-003714 

Histoiy 

95-002207 

95-003178 

95-003200 

95-003215 

95-003605 

95-003611 

95-003612 

95-003613 

95-003619 

95-003620 

95-003622 

95-003623 

95-003628 

95-003663 

95-003662 

95-00368'. 

95-003687 

95-003668 

95-003711 

95-003719 

95-003737 

Hooking/Handling, Mortality 

95-003362 

Hook ing /Hand ling Stress 
95 -002 '.67 
95-003862 

Indian Lands Management 
95 -003 644 
95-003-664 
Instteam Flow 
95-003616 

Interagency Cooperation 
95-003616 
95-003676 
95-003730 

International Fisheries 
95-003652 
95-003666 
95-003713 
Jurisdiction 
95-003616 
95-003652 
95-00366Ii 
95-003666 
95-003685 
95-003713 
95-003720 

Laws/Law Enforcement 
95-002292 
95-003604 
95-003608 
95-003616 
95-003624 
95-003626 
95-003664 
95-003676 
95-0036B9 
95-003693 
95-003713 
95-003720 
95-003721 
95-003730 
Mangroves 
95-003716 
95-003736 



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. CONT1NUFD. , 

Management/Research.- -General 
Marshes 
95-003637 
95-OQ367B 
Marshes, Salt 

95-003678 
Maximum Sustainable Yield 

95-003698 
Midwaler Structures 

95-003707 
(litigation 
95-003537 
95-003653 
95-003707 
Modeling 
95-003607 
95-003 BOD 
95-003623 
95-003685 
95-00389'! 
95-003697 
95-003901 
95-QB3903 
95-003905 
95-004175 
Mosquito Control 

95-003 70B 
National Parks 
95-003694 
95-00 4326 
Noncon sump live Users 

95-003647 
Hursery Areas 

95-003736 
Ocean Ranching 
95-003691 

Ornamental Fish Trade 
95-002207 
Paleontology 
95-003605 
Paiasi tea /Diseases 

93-003294 
Personnel 
95-003650 
93-003701 
Perspectives 
93-OQ.3610 
95-OQ.361B 
95-003629 
93-003633 
93-003647 
95-003650 
95-003655 
93-003663 
95-003694 
93-003704 
93-003710 
93-003/16 
95-003723 
93-003735 
95-003824 
Planning 
9S-003?85 
93-003606 
93-003608 
93-003632 
93-003634 
95-003635 
93-003636 
93-003652 
95-003653 
95-003692 
ff5-003700 
95-003702 
95-003709 
95-003713 



.. .CONTINUED... 

Hanageincnt/Ueso n rrli.-(, N1( 
Planning 
95-003742 
95-00389'. 
Pollution 
95-002705 
95-001472 
95-OOJ474 
95-003477 
95-003624 
95-003652 
95-003660 

Population Studlci 
95-002640 
95-003524 
95-003695 
95-003719 
95-003901 
95-003909 
95-004293 
Predatoi ConLiol 

95-003649 

Predator/Prey HeUi Ui-it 
95-003642 
95-003648 
95-003725 
Production 
95-003903 
Professionalism 
95-003611 
95-003612 
95-003613 
95-003620 
95-003622 
95-003623 
95-003632 
05-0(13687 
95-0036H8 
95-003735 
Public Relations 
95-002174 
95-003609 
95-003624 
95-003631 
95-003635 
95-003705 
95-003735 
95-003737 

Recicational Hciii'lM i < 
95-003607 
95-003632 
95-003634 
95-003726 
95-003731 
95-003802 
95-003803 
95-003813 
95-003817 
Recruitment 
95-003621 
95-003675 
95-003680 
95-003686 
95-003903 
Regulations /Catch and Ito 

95-003655 
Regulations /Catch l.lmltt 

95-003645 

Regulations /Gunoinl 
95-003285 
93-003607 
95-003635 
95-003664 
95-003668 
95-003676 
95-003685 



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tfanaBement/llesearch--General 
Regulations/General 
95-003689 
95-003700 
95-003724 
95-00382'. 
Remote Sensing 

95-003646 

Restoration of Anadromons Runs 
95-GD36B1 
95-003691 
Riparian Habitat 

95-003676 
Sampling 

95-003881 

Sanctuaries 

95-003657 

95-003669 

95-003718 

Sedimentation 

95 -GO 43 33 
Social Valuee 
95-00217'i 
95-003606 
95-003608 
95-003609 
95-003617 
95-003624 
95-003631 
95-003632 
95-00363') 
55-003*35 
95-003640 
95-003644 
95-003657 
95-003661 
95-0036B5 
93-003689 
95-003700 
95-003704 
95-003714 
95-003715 
95-003720 
95-003731 
95-003733 
95-003735 
95-003737 
95-003800 
95-004284 
Species Diversity 
95-003624 
95-003642 
95-003656 
95-003657 
95-003677 
95-003696 
93-003718 
Sport fishing 
95-003607 
95-003625 
95-003629 
95-003631 
95-003647 
95-003655 
95-003664 
95-003668 
95-003689 
95-003692 
95-003694 
95-003699 
95-003704 
95-003705 
95-003710 
95-003716 
95-003721 
95-003723 



. ..CONTINUED . . 
Management f Research- -General 
Sportfiahing 
95-003726 
95-003731 
95-003733 
95-003737 
95-003802 
95-003803 
95-003817 
95-003842 
Stock Assessment 
95-003115 
95-003137 
95-003 15!) 
95-0031S1 
93-003216 
95-003477 
95-003660 
95-003675 
95-003677 
95-003680 
95-003695 
95-003719 
95-003740 
95-003902 
95-004293 
95-004321 

Stocking /lu Leo duct ions 
95-002175 
95-002292 
95-003155 
95-003178 
95-003618 
95-003625 
95-003628 
95-003676 
95-003681 
95-003690 
95-003691 
95-003710 
95-003714 
95-003733 
95-003737 
95-003836 
95-003842 
95-003848 
95-003994 

Subsistence Fishing 
93-003606 
95-003635 
95-003644 
95-003662 
Techniques /Water Quality 

95-004291 

Trophic Relationships 
95-003642 
95-003656 
95-003673 
95-003679 
95-00369B 
95-003725 
U.S. Bureau of Land Management 

95-003721 

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 
95-003636 
95-003643 
95-003730 
U.S. Forest Service 

95-003721 
U.S. National Biological Service 

95-003643 
Urban Fishing 
55-003692 
95-003716 

Volunteer Programs 
95-003609 



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. . .CONTINUED 

Management /Research- -General 
Water Quality 
95-0031-. 72 
95-003693 
95-003736 
95-004291 

Watershed Management 
95-003610 
95-003693 
95-004333 
KG Hands 
95-003146 
95-003633 
95-003637 
95-003665 
95-003678 
95-003679 
95-003718 
95-003727 
95-003732 
95-003736 
95-003739 
95-003797 
95-003994 

HlliI Trout Management 
95-003618 
95-003625 
95-003629 
95-003647 
95-003710 
95-003714 
93-003721 
95-003723 
95-003733 
95-003737 
Wilderness Areas 

95-003641 
Yield 
95-003215 
95-003686 

Management/Research- -Lakes 
Abundance/Factors of 
95-003099 
95-003224 
95-003229 
95-003232 
95-003916 
95-003917 
95-003959 
95-003960 
95-003967 
95-003980 
Acidification 
95-003919 
Alpine Lakes 
95-003633 

Aquatic Plant Control 
95-002169 
95-003501 
95-003917 
95-003919 
95-003938 
Aquatic Plants 
95-002169 
95-002994 
95-003941 
95-003942 
95-003943 
95-003955 
95-003973 
Arctic Habitat 

95-003601 
Artificial Reefs 
95-003794 
95-003914 
95-003930 



.. .CONTINUED... 

Management/ Research LaKes 
Artificial Reefs 
95-003931 
95-003972 
Artificial Spawning Bads 

95-003914 
Arti-janal Fisheries 

95-003148 
Brush Shelters 

95-003914 
Catch Per Unit Effort 

95-003970 

Commercial Fishing 
93-003239 
95-003921 
95-003969 
95-003978 

Ecological Analysis 
95-003706 
95-003920 
95-003922 
95-003927 
95-003964 
95-OOJ968 
95-003975 
95-003980 
Economics 
95-003658 
95-003978 

Endangered Populations 
95-002703 
95-002929 
95-003971 
95-004339 
Escapement 
95-002894 
Eutrophicatlon 
95-003229 
95-003454 
95-003468 
95-003919 
95-003934 
95-003930 
95-003939 
95-003945 
95-003948 
Exotic Species 

95-003188 

Exploitation Rates 
95-003229 
95-003952 
95-003970 
Extirpation 
95-003971 
95-003979 
95-004339 

Fish Control/Removal 
95-003826 
95-003916 
95-003933 
95-003934 
95-003938 
95-003939 
95-003946 
95-003955 
95-003975 
Fish Kills 
95-003913 

Fisherman/Angler Surveys 
95-003658 
95-003952 
95-003969 
General 
95-003651 
95-003741 
95-003964 



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. .CONTINUED. . 

aiiagenKint /ResearchLakes 

CIS 

95-003932 

Habitat Alterations 
95-002233 
95-002950 
95-003106 
95-001133 
95-003356 
95-003487 
95-003570 
95-003722 
95-003767 
95-003790 
95-003794 
95-003796 
95-003627 
93-003913 
9 5 -0039 14 
95-003915 
95-O03917 
95-003919 
95-003921 
95-003923 
95-003925 
95-003926 
95-003928 
95-003930 
95-003932 
95 -003 94 4 
95-003.9'i5 
95-003946 
95-003948 
95-003951 
95-003954 
95-003962 
95-003972 
93-003975 
95-003976 
55-003977 
95-003979 
95-003982 
Habitat Evaluation 
95-003722 
95-003<>35 
95-003962 

Habitat Improvement /General 
95-003920 
95-003944 
95-003972 
Habitat Protection 

95-00-39') 7 
Harvest 
95-003937 
95-003954 
95-003956 
95-003982 

[latchery/Wllil Populations 
95-003654 
95-003658 
95-003-841 
95-003857 
History 
95-003B57 
95-003931 
95-003945 

Hook Ing /Hand ling Stress 
95-003950 

Interagency Cooperation 
95-003931 
Invertebrates 

95-003924 

Jurisdiction 

95-003931 

95-003934 

Lake Classification 
95-003935 



.. .CONTINUED... 
Management /Research- -Lakes 
Lake Classification 

95-003966 
Lake Renovation 
95-003913 
95-003915 
95-003933 
95-003939 
93-003942 
95-003943 
95-00394B 
95-003955 
95-003956 
Lamprey Control 

95-003945 
targe Organic Debris 

95-00391A 
Laws/Law Enforcement 

95-003973 
Liming 

95-003915 
Limnology 
95-002335 
95-003221 
95-003919 
95-003935 
95-003961 
95-003964 
95-003980 
Modeling 
95-00310b 
95-003256 
95-003487 
95-003884 
95-003958 
Mortality Factors 

95-003370 
Nursery Areas 

95-003979 
Nutrient Control 
95-003468 
95-003933 
93-003934 
95-003939 
95-003948 
95-003955 
Nutrients 

95-003929 

Ornamental Fish Trade 
95-003148 
95-003174 
Perspectives 

95-003794 
Planning 
95-003741 
93-003794 
95-003930 
95-003931 
95-003956 
95-003969 
Pollution 
95-002B37 
95-003454 
95-003*56 
95-003459 
95-003460 
95-003468 
95-003478 
95-003481 
95-003482 
95-003 4B3 
95-003485 
95-003517 
95-003796 
95-003919 
95-003925 



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...CONTINUED. 

Management /Research- -Lakes 
Pollution 

95-003945 

95-003948 

95-003954 

95-003955 
Population Studies 

95-002875 

05-002950 

95-QOJ1SB 

93-003921 

95-00392? 

95-003937 

95-003945 

95-003952 

95-OD3960 

95-003967 
Primary Production 

95-003938 
Production 

95-002875 

95-003099 

95-003917 

95-003921 

95-003970 
Public Relations 

95-003969 
Recreational Benefit's 

95-003054 

05-003658 

95-003856 

95-003930 
Recruitment 

95-003229 

95-003232 

95-003936 
Regulations /General 

95-003958 
Regulations/Size Limits 

95-003937 

95-003952 
Sedimentation 

95-003913 

95-003932 
ScLlal Values 

95-003654 

95-003969 
Spnuning Grounds Evaluations 

95-002916 
Spawning Substrates 

95-003979 
Species Diversity 

95-003147 

95-003146 

95-003256 

95-003706 

95-003947 

95-003959 

95-003964 

95-003965 

95-003971 

95-003980 

95-003982 
Sportfishing 

95-003654 

95-003728 

95-003856 

95-003857 

95-003917 

95-003950 
95-003970 
Stock Assessment 
95-002703 
95-002973 
95-002977 
95-003022 



. -CONTINUKD, .. 
Moimaeraont/Rosoarc-li ] alto s 

Stock Asaesiment 
95-003070 
95-003126 
95-003147 
95-003188 
95-003191 
95-003229 
95-003570 
95-003651 
95-003847 
95-003917 
95-003918 
95-003925 

95-003928 

95-003946 

95-003952 

95-003959 

95-003963 

95-003978 
Stocking/Introilin.1 Iniii 

95-002846 

95-003093 

95-003654 

95-003650 

95-003728 

95-003796 

95-003837 

95-003841 

95-003847 

95-003850 

95-003851 

95-003853 

95-003856 

95-003857 

95-003918 

95-003926 

93-003927 

95-003945 

95-003946 

95-OOJ960 

95-003967 

95-003973 

95-003978 

95-003981 

95-003982 
95-004339 

Trophic Rel.ttioii'iliipa 
95-002233 
95-002846 
95-002994 
95-002996 
95-003008 
95-003029 
95-003031 
95-003099 
95-003232 
95-003651 
95-003853 
95-003884 
95-003916 
95-003922 
95-003926 
95-003927 
95-003929 
95-003933 
95-003934 
95-003936 
95-003940 
95-003941 
95-003943 
95-003946 
95-003953 
95-003956 
95-003964 
95-003967 



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Management /Research- -Lakes 

TropHlc Relationships 

95-003975 

95-003077 

95-003981 
Tropics 

95-003919 
Water quality 

95-00345<i 

95-003456 

95-003459 

95-003460 

95-Ot)Ti68 

95-003478 

95-003881 

95-003913 

95-003510 

95-001920 



95-003934 
95-003935 
95-003930 
95-003951 
95-003956 
95-003961 
95-003963 
Q5-003966 

Watershed Management 
95 -003 r, 70 

95-003722 

95-003913 
Wetlands 

95-003468 

95-003944 
Wild Trout Management 



95-003728 

Year CUsf. SUt-ngth 
95-003133 

Yield 

95-003970 



Abundance/ Fac tens of 
95-002891 
95-00122? 
35-003233 
95-003234 
95-0032J8 
95-003243 
95-0032*8 
95-003230 
95-004105 
95-001109 
95-0.0413(1 
95-004151 
95-OOfil6'i 

g5-OQ41G7 

95-004171 

95-004172 

J5-004192 

95-00 <i 201 

95-004202 

95-004210 

95-004318 

95-00<i220 



95-004242 
95-0011250 
Aquatic Plants 
95-002170 
95-002171 
95-002172 
Artificial Beefs 
95-002171 
95-002172 
95 -002241 



Artificial UocEs 
95-0027R1 
95-002893 
95-002920 
95-002956 
95-002959 
95-002961 
95-002976 
95-0029BO 
95-002931 
95-002984 
95-002993 
95-003005 
95-003035 
95-003036 
95-003044 
95-003072 
95-003085 
95-003095 
95-00310S 
95-003161 
95-003252 
95-003551 
95-003562 
95-003603 
95-003702 
95-003720 
95-003746 
95-003747 
95-003718 
95-003711 
95-003752 
95-003753 
95-003755 
95-003756 
95-00375/ 
95-003758 
95-003759 
95-003761 
95-003762 
95-003766 
95-003772 
95-003773 
95-003775 
95-0037B2 
95-003786 
95-003788 
95-OD3789 
95-003804 
95-003QOQ 
95-003809 
95-003810 
95-003011 
95-003B12 
95-003814 
95-003813 
95-003018 
95-003S19 
95-003B20 
95-003878 
95-004062 
95-004102 
95-004106 
95-004110 
95-004111 
95-004113 
95-004114 
95-004115 
95-004116 
95-004117 
95-004118 
95-004119 
95-004120 
95-004121 
95-004122 



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. . .CONTINUED. .. 

Managenent,/Research--Matine 
Artificial Reefs 
95-004123 
93-004125 
95-004:126 
95-004127 
95-004131 
95-004136 
93-004137 
95-004140 



95-004147 
95-004156 
95-004157 
95-004159 
95-004170 
95-004174 
95-00417& 
95-004100 
95-0041H3 
95-0041B6 
95-G041B7 
95-004168 
95-004189 
95-00'.193 
95-004197 



95-004199 

95-004205 

95-004206 

95-004209 

95-004211 

95-004212 

95-004213 

95-00421(1 

95-004219 

95-004227 

95-004229 

95-004236 

95-004237 

95-004240 

95-OD4241 

95-004244. 

95-004245 

95-00424,8 

95-004289 

95-004294 

95-004297 

95-004102 

95-004303 

95-004306 

95-00(1320 

95-004323 
Artificial Spawning Beds 

95-004141 
Artisanal Fisheries 

95-00?i72 

95-OOJ720 

95-00.1.80*1 

95-OOt805 

95-003618 

95-004125 

95-004135 

95-004137 
95-004156 
95-004162 
95-004166 
95-004194 
95-004213 
95-004217 
95-004228 
95-004230 
95-004233 
95-004237 
95-004240 
Bays 
95-003252 



...CONTINUED. . 
Hanagemen t / Res e aueh - - 
Bays 

95-003462 

95-003789 

95-004190 

95-004197 

95-004239 

95-004242 

Benthos 

95-004142 

95-004158 

95-OD4173 

95-004215 

Binrnii'is 

95-0(13223 

95-003227 

95-003249 

95-004105 

95-004128 

95-004133 

95-004134 

95-004167 

95-004171 

95-004172 

95-004179 

95-004220 

95-004242 

Bye a tcli 

95-002835 

95-003859 

95-003869 

95-003875 

95-004107 

95-004194 

95-006225 

95-004231 

Catch Per Unit Effo 
95-003396 
95-003809 
95-003810 
95-003B90 
95-004109 
95-004120 
95-004129 
95-004135 
95-004139 
95-004147 
95-004153 
95-004191 
95-004213 
Charter Boats 

95-004202 
Coastal Habitat 
95-0028B7 
95-002933 
95-003190 
95-003241 
95-OQ4159 
95-004160 
95-004195 
93-004210 
95-004217 
95-004222 
95-004250 
Colonization 
95-003777 
95-003788 
95-004236 
95-004244 
95-004248 

Commercial Fishina 
95-003067 
95-003175 
95-003249 
95-003250 
95-003465 



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CONTINUED.. 

lnn.n&ement/ Research- -M.i fine 
Commercial Fiiliing 
95-003739 
95-003799 
95-003804 
95-003808 
95-003B25 
95-003859 
95-003865 
95-003 B6G 
9-5-003869 
95-003871 
95-003872 
95-003875 
95-(103S90 
95-003907 
95-00410'i 

95-004107 

95-0<H110 

95-004112 

95-004128 

95-004129 

95-004138 

g3 -004139 

95-0'il4B 

95-004154 

95-004159 

95-004161 

95-001167 

95-004172 

95-004177 

95-ao<usi 



95-004186 
95-004187 

95-0.04191 
95-004193 
95-004191 
95-004195 
95-004196 
95-004201 
95-004203 
95-004204 
95-004207 
95-004209 
95-004216 
95-004220 
95-004221 
95-004224 
95-004225 
95-004231 
95-00(1234 
95-004247 
05-004296 
Carol Reefs 
95-003209 
95-003761 
95-003770 



95-003864 
95 'OO/i 114 
95-004126 
95-004132 
95-004163 
Creel Census 

95-003810 
Data Bases 

95-004222 

95-004246 
Distribution /Geographical 

95-004221 
Ecolog lcal Analysis 

95-001241 

95-004105 

95-004142 

95-004158 



...CONTIHUFD... 
Management /Research --Ma fine 
Fcoloelcal Analysis 
95-004169 
95-004102 
95-004200- 
05-004215 
95-004218 
95-004246 
Economic Value 
95-003799 
95-003855 
95-004125 
95-004131 
95-004137 
95-004207 
Economics 
95-003465 
95-003630 
95-003784 
95-003799 
95-003815 
95-003855 
95-004110 
1)5-004131 
95-004159 
95-004194 
95-004226 
95-004233 
95-004240 
Endangered populations 

95-004130 

Exploitation Rates 
95-00 2908 
95-003249 
95-003614 
95-003739 
95-003743 
95-003799 
95-004124 
95-004129 
95-004139 
95-004145 
93-00414B 
95-004171 
93-004172 
95-004181 
95-004201 
95-004203 
95-004207 
95-004209 
95-004220 
95-004221 
95-004225 
Extirpation 

95-00317S 

Fertilization/Soil tind Water 
95-00307B 

Fish Aggregation Devicea 
95-002992 
95-003756 
95-003786 
95-003812 
95-003814 
95-004104 
95-004135 
93-004153 
95-004159 
95-004162 
95-004213 
95-004296 

Fish Hatchery Effluents 
95-003782 
95-003878 

Fisherman/ Angler Surveys 
55-003702 
95-003804 



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. CONTINUED 

Management /Re 3 ear ch- -Marin 
Fi<j|)pcnwnMngler Surveys 
95-003B05 
95-003809 
95-003810 
95-003B11 
95-003B12 
95-003S15 
95-003B20 
95-003507 
95-004307 
95-004330 
Fishery Associations 

95-004230 
Foretasting 

95-006164 
CIS 

95-004157 

Ground fi ah 

95-006166 

95-004231 

Habitat Alterations 
95-002170 
95-002172 
95-002241 
95-002781 
95-003175 
95-003479 
95-003551 
95-003562 
95-003663 
95-003746 
95-003747 
95-003746 
95-003751 
95-003752 
95-003753 
95-003755 
95-003756 
95-003757 
95-003758 
95-003759 
95-003761 
95-003762 
95-003766 
95-003770 
95-003772 
95-003773 
95-003775 
95-003776 
95-003777 
95-003780 
95-003782 
95-003784 
95-0037B6 
95-003788 
95-003789 
95-003808 
95-003818 
95-003&19 
95-003B78 
95-004062 
95-004115 
95-004117 
95-004144 
95-OOHL46 
95-004156 
95-004159 
95-004186 
95-004195 
95-004206 
95-004211 
95-004229 
95-001.244 
95-004249 
95-004289 



. .CONTINUEU. , 

Management /Bcson nil- -hh r In 
Habitat AUoi.il iniit 
95-004302 
95-004303 
95-004323 

Habitat CJaasllL.-f.tl,,,, 
95-004222 
95-004240 

Habitat Evaluation 
95-004132 
95-004157 
95-004210 
95-004289 

Habitat Impicivoiimit/t.cnr 
95-003746 
95-003759 
95-003/61 
95-004242 
95-004245 

Habitat Proteclioii 
95-004103 
95-004163 
Habitat SelotAloii 

95-002827 
Harvest 
95-002824 
95-002073 
95-00290B 
95-002909 
95-0032J8 
95-003249 
95-004108 
95-004112 
95-004128 
95-004129 
95-004130 
95-004134 
95-004139 
95-004145 
95-004151 
95-004154 
95-004163 
95-004171 
93-004172 
95-004177 
95-0041G2 
95-004201 
95-004202 
95-004204 
95-004220 
95-004226 
95-004234 
95-004247 
Ilistoiy 
95-003227 
95-003773 
95-004114 
95-004163 
95-004177 
95-004178 
95-004196 
95-004204 
95-004238 
95-004247 
Hooking/IIandlliiR Mnrl.il 

95-004214 
Illegal Harvest 
95-002172 
95-003803 
International Pl 
95-004182 
95-004224 
95-004223 
Interspecies 

95-004146 

Jurisdiction 

95-003720 



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. ..CONTINUED... 

Hanageracn.t/He'JeaECh--Mirinc 

Jurisdiction 

95-003811 

95-003925 

95-004224 

95-004240 

Kelp Foi.es ts 

95-002827 
lagoons 
95-006210 
95-001239 
Lar&e Organic Debris 

95-003672 

Laws [law Enforcement 
95-003627 
95-003030 
95-003720 
95-003625 
95-004 14*1 
95-004159 
95-004224 
95-004225 
95-0042(15 
Mangroves 
95-003780 
35-003784 
95-004150 
55-004190 
95-004242 
95-004249 
Marino Reserves 
95-002175 
95-004103 
95-004111 
95-004113 
95-001163 
Marketing 

95-004226 
Marshes, Salt 

95-004133 
Matlmum Sustainable Yield 

95-OQ3fl05 
Mlcrohaliitat 
95-002827 
95-003190 
95-004157 

Hidwater Structures 
95-003782 
95-003820 
95-004159 
95-004214 
95-004227 
95-004302 
95-004303 
Mitigation 
95-002170 
95-003748 
95-003759 
95-004133 
Modeling 
95-002933 
95-OD3S72 
95-003690 
95-003907 
05-004170 
95-004194 
Mortality Factors 
95-002209 
Multiple Use 

95-004195 

Multiapecles Management 
95-004167 
Net- Pen Culture 
95-003683 
93-003776 
95-0037B2 



.. .CONTINUED... 
Management/ Research- -Har ire 
Nursery Areas 
95-002171 
95-002761 
95-002807 
95-002980 
95-003223 
95-003252 
95-003766 
95-003784 
95-004131 
95-004133 
95-004141 
95-004150 
95-004192 
95-004236 
95-004241 
95-004249 
95-004250 
Nutrients 

95-004246 
Ocean Ranching 
95-003693 
95-004159 
Ornamental Fish Trade 

95-002209 
Parasites/Diseases 

95-004169 
Personnel 

95-004294 
Perspectives 

95-003814 
Planning 
95-002241 
95-003683 
95-003702 
95-003757 
95-003773 
95-003788 
95-003811 
95-003812 
95-003815 
95-003855 
95-004062 
95-004127 
95-004131 
95-004157 
95-004196 
95-004206 
95-004245 
Pollution 
95-002170 
95-003175 
95-003461 
95-003462 
95-003465 
95-003470 
95-003473 
95-003479 
95-003519 
95-003336 
95-003551 
95-003866 
95-004146 
95-004169 
93-004195 

Population Studies 
95-002908 
95-002925 
95-002956 
95-002976 
95-003250 
95-003396 
95-003614 
95-003854 
95-004123 



FH 40(2) 



285 



1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



...CONTlNUt'D .. 
lliinaaenent/Ru.sQari:li- -Mai me 
Population Studies 

95-004124 

95-004148 

95-004186 

95-004190 

95-004219 

95-C104227 

95-004231 
Predator/Pipy Relationships 

95-00415B 
Primary Production 

95-0102891 

95-003020 
Production 

95-002893 

95-003108 

95-003248 

95-00381'. 

95-003B19 

95-003B7Z 

95-003870 

95-tWWi 

95-004124 

95-004141 

95-004155 

95-004186 

95-004190 



95-004209 
95-004239 
Public Relations 
95-004196 
95-004233 
RecreaLianal Activities 

95-002835 

Recreational BeneE iLg 
95-0022'il 

95-003755 

95-003757 

95-003815 

95-003B20 

35-004119 

95- 00 4 125 

95-004.127 

95-00/.162 

95- 004199 
Recruitment 

95-002891 

95-003230 

95-003249 

95-004105 

95-004124 

93-00413'. 

95-004139 

95-004140 

95-004151 

95-004167 

95-004172 

95-004177 

95-004192 

95-004201 

95-004204 

95-00422U 

95-00423:4 
Reef Fish Comnunitlea 

95-004129 
R-oBulntioiis/Catch and Releas* 

95-004214 
RGgulations/Catch Limits 

95-003825 
negulntiona/FiahinB Gear 

95-003B72 
liegulatlona/ General 

95-004107 

95-004176 



. .CONTINUED . 
Management/Research- -1 
Reguldtions /License 

95-003825 
Regulations /Limited 

95-003825 

95-003B55 

95-004194 
Remote Sensing 

95-004319 
Sampling 

95-00390? 

95-004112 

95-004227 

95-004294 
Sanctuaries 

95-004 1.63 

95-004241 
Scagrass B-eda 

95-002 L70 

95-002171 

95-004223 
Social Values 

95-003465 

95-003630 

95-003720 

95-003825 

95-004159 

95-004176 

95-004196 

95-004217 

95-004230 

95-004233 
Spawning Grounds Ev 

95-004185 
Species Diversity 

95-002887 

95-003209 

95-003627 

95-003747 

9->-OQ375B 

95-003775 

95-003789 

95-003814 

95-004102 

95-004105 

95-00411S 

95-004119 

95-004122 

95-004131 

95-004132 

95-004136 

95-004 14 L 

95-004158 

95-004164 

95-004168 

95-004170 

95-004173 

95-0041B7 

95-00416B 

95-004189 

95-004190 

95-004193 

95-004200 

95-004210 

95-004212 

95-004219 

95-004229 

95-004236 

95-004237 

95-004242 

95-004250 
Sportfisliin& 
95-003630 
95-003S09 
95-003810 
95-004195 



FR 40<2) 



286 



SUBJECT INDEX 



... CONTINUED... 

Ha:iaS ei!lcnL ' ReSPi>rc ' l "~ t ' larlne 
Sportfi'ihliiB 

93-004202 

95-004207 

95-00^.221 
Stake tlEits 

95-004168 
Stock Assessment 

95-G02H24 

15-002852 

95-002851 

95-Q02H7J 

95-002886 

95-002888 

95-00 2908 

95-002909 

95-003223 

95-003227 

95-003233 

95-003234 

95-OD323Q 

95-003249 

95-003470 

95-003739 

95-003743 

95-003870 

95-003890 

95-004108 

95-004109 

95-004112 

95-00112'! 

95-OQ412B 

95-004129 
95-001130 
95-004134 
95-004138 
95-001139 
95-004143 
95-004145 
95-001148 
95-004151 
95-004154 
95-004155 
95-004159 
95-004164 
95-001165 
95-004167 
95-004171 
95-001172 
95-004177 
Q5-OOU79 
95-004181 
95-004102 
95-001184 
95-004192 
95-004201 
55-004203 
95-004204 
95-004220 
95-004221 
95-004227 
95-004234 
95-004235 
95-001238 
95-004243 
95-004247 
9-5-004250 
95-004308 

Stocking/ Intioductions 
95-003846 
95-003854 
95-003855 
95-004169 
Toxicology 
95-004169 

Trophic Relationships 
95-002330 



... CONTINUED .. 
Management. /Re search- -Marine 
Trophic Relationships 
95-0023.34 
95-003066 
95-003079 
95-003243 
95-004105 
95-004132 
95-004L42 
95-004146 
95-004182 
95-004218 
95-004222 
95-004223 

Volunteor Programs 
95-004166 
95-004294 
Water Quality 

95-003462 
Wetlands 

95-004249 

Year Class Strength 
95-003238 
95-003249 
95-004109 
95-004172 
95-004179 
Yield 
95-003805 
95-003808 
95-004104 
95-004109 
95-004129 
95-004138 
95-004139 
95-004145 
95-004296 

Management/Research- -Ponds 
Aeration 

95-004056 
Artificial Reefs 

95-004057 
Bruah Shelters 

95-004057 
Ecological Analysis 

95-004053 
FertiUaation/Soil and Water 

95-002177 
General 
95-002190 
95-004052 
Habitat Alterations 

95-004057 
History 
95-00*052 
Large Organic Debria 

95-004057 
Nursery Areas 
95-002991 
Pollution 
95-003462 
95-00348* 
Pond Culture 
95-002220 
Production 
95-002991 
Species Diversity 
95-003003 
Stack Assessment 
95-003146 
95-003484 
95-004052 
95-004054 

Stocking/ Introductions 
95-004052 
95-004054 



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1995 



SUBJECT INDSX 



. . .CONTINUED, .. 
mnagemcnt/ Research- -l-oiids 
Supplemental Feeding 
95-004055 

Trophic Relationships 
95-003003 
05-003027 
9&-OQ4053 
Water Quality 
93-002177 
95-003190 
95-003462 

Manageraent/Reseaich-- Reservoirs 
Abundance /Factors oi 
95-003254 
95-004067 
95-004089 

Aquatic Plant Cantral 
P5-002109 
95-004072 
Aquatic Plants 
95-002169 
95-003830 
95-004065 
95-004067 
95-00406B 
95-004069 
95-004073 
Artificial Reefs 

95-004077 
Baltlish 

95-004.075 
Bycatch 

95-004075 
CatcSi Per Unit Effort 

95-004068 
Drawdown a 
95-003917 
95-004064 
95-QD40&6 
95-0(14071 
95-004078 
Economics 
95-003658 
95-004077 

Fertilization/Soil and Water 

95-004076 
Fish kills 

95-006064 
tlsh Paasnge 

95-003983 
Fisherman/Angler Surveys 

95-Q0365B 

95-004077 
General 

95-003651 

95-004066 
CIS 

95-003883 

95-OD4071 
Habitat Alterations 

95-003722 

93-Q04058 

95-004070 

95-004072 

95-004081 

95-0040B3 

95-004089 
Habitat Evaluation 

95-003722 
93-004063 
95-004066 

Habitat Improvement /General 
95-004056 
95-004077 
Harvest 
95-004060 



. .CONTINUED... 

Management /Reaenrcli~Re 
Hatchery /Wi 1,1 Populate 
95-003654 
95-003650 
95-003841 

Hooking/Handling sticks 
95-004075 

JlydroGlecttic Devclopnc 
95-003882 
95-004063 
Lake Renovation 

95-004061 
Limnology 
95-004063 
Modeling 

95-004060 

Multiple Use 

95-004070 

95-004076 

Planning 

95-004065 
Pollution 
95-003254 
95-00348!) 
95-001061 

Population Strolicn 
95-003957 
95-004060 

Post- Impoundment KluuLu 
95-004059 
Production 
95-0040SO 
95-004059 
95-004083 
95-004089 

Recreational noiiotlta 
95-003654 
95-003658 
95-003856 
95-004070 
95-004077 
Rcgulations/Hiyo Mm It 

95-004060 
Reservoir A-jjlng 

95-004076 
Reservoir Haltm-ip hfff 

95-004071 
Sedimentation 

95-004065 
Social Values 

95-003654 
Species Diversity 

95-004059 
Sportfishing 
95-003Q54 
95-00372B 
95-003856 
95-004067 
95-004068 
95-004069 
Stock Assessment 
95-002867 
95-003651 
95-004059 
95-004067 
95-004070 

Stocking/ IntiotUiclions 
95-002838 
95-003654 
95-003658 
95-003728 
95-003838 
95-003841 
95-003856 
95-004051 
95-004060 



FR 



288 



bUDJFCT INDEX 



...CONTINUED. . 

Management /Re search- -Itc'iervoii 
Stocking/ Introduction's 

95-00406? 

95-004069 

95-004-074 
7ropliic Relationships 

95-003651 

95-004072 

95-D04073 
Water Level Fluctuations 

95-001073 

95-00^078 

95-QQfiOai. 
Water Quality 

95-003254 

95-00' ( 013 



95-0040&4 



95-00*1072 
93-004073 
Watershed Management 

93-003722 

93-00(1065 
Wetlands 

95-004073 
Wild Trout Management 

95-003654 

9-5-Q0372B 

fInnaRemiint/HeHeaccti--IlivGis and Stre.ims 
Abimdanoc/Fat-tois of 

95-0028BO 



95-00^192 
95-003783 
95- 003785 
95-003908 



93-Q039B7 
95-003992 



95-004011 
95-004013 
95-004020 
95-004034 
55-004030 



Acidification 
95-002895 



95-004037 
AqunLic Plants 

95-003^02 
Artificial RccEs 

95- 004041 

95-00143.3'. 
Artiaanal Fisheii 

95-003989 

95-004004 
Backwater Lakes 

95-002189 
Deavor Pondf 

95-003793 



95-003949 
Brush Shelters 

95-C04041 
Cana 1 3 

95-001334 
Catch Pr Unit Effort 

95-003607 

95-003990 

95-004003 
Caves 

95-002962 



..CONTlNUtD. . , 

Management /Research- -Hlvcm and Stieams 
Commctcial Hilling 

9'i-OQ400'i 

95-004037 

95-004040 
Data Bases 

95-004046 
DEcompoiition 

95-004032 
Disttrlbution/FactoLR uf 

95-004017 
Early Development 

95-004033 
Ecological Analysis 

95-003195 

95-OU370& 

95-003791 

95-003983 

95-004014 

05-004040 

95-004046 
Economic Value 

95-003991 
Economics 

95-003058 

95-Q03B43 

95-003988 
Endangered Populations 

95-003185 

95-003197 

95-003264 

95-004001 

95-004002 

95-004017 

95-004035 
Environmental Impact Assessments 



95-004078 
Erosion Control 

95-003769 
Escapement 

95-003614 

95-OQ40J7 

95-004207 
Etitrophlcatia.il 

95-003949 
Exploitation Rates 

95-002380 

95-003039 

95-003990 

95-004207 
Extirpation 

95-003192 
Fertilization/Soil and Watei 



95-004041 
Flali Contiol/ Removal 

95-002890 

95-003247 
Fish Passage 

95-004037 
Fisherm.m/Anglcr Surveys 

95-003058 

95-003806 

95-003BQ7 

95-003816 

95-003543 

95-003991 
Fishways 

95-003881 
Floodplalns 

95-OD3985 

95-003989 



FR 40(2) 



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1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



.CONTINUED. .. 



CONTlNutD . . 



95-004008 
95-004012 



flow Regimes 
93-003750 
55-003767 
95-003771 
55-003591 
Forocn&ting 

95-002934 
Geneial 
35-003997 
^5-004031 
95-004046 

Habitat Alterations 
95-QQ2B95 
05-002949 
95-003080 
95-003144 
05-003145 
95 .0034 64 
95-003734 
95-003750 
95-003765 
95-003767 
95-003769 
95-003771 
95-01)3774 
95-003781 
95-003783 
55-003785 
95-003793 
95-0039B6 
95-00398S 
95-003992 
95-003996 
95-004000 
95-00 4001 
95-004002 
95-004U07 
95-004012 
95-00(1015 
95-004017 
95-004018 
95-004019 
95-004023 
95-004025 
95-00403 J. 
95-004036 
93-004037" 
93-001,040 
95-004041 
95-004041 
93-004045 
93-004334 
Haljilat Alteration 

95-003490 

IfabitaL Alterations 
95-003466 
95-003749 
95-003779 
95-003791 
95-004003 
93-004009 
95-004010 
9S-004G26 
95-004029 
93-OO403I 
95-004034 
95-010,039 
Habitat Classification 

93-004040 

Jfafcitat Evaluation 
95-003193 



40(2) 



Habitat Evaluation 

95-003904 

95-003908 

95-004007 

95-OD4QOS 

95-004025 

95-004033 

95-004042 

95-004047 

95-004049 
Habitat t valuations 

95-004045 
Habitat Evaluation 

93-0040S6 
Habitat Imrove 






290 



95-003986 

95-003906 

95-004015 

95-004132 
Habitat Piotection 

95-001709 

95-004012 

95-004018 
Habitat Selection 

95-003164 

95-004007 
Harvest 
95-0028SO 
95-004047 
Hatchery/Wild Populations 

95-003634 
95-00365B 
95-003841 
95-003852 
95-003857 
95-004016 
History 
95-003734 
95-003857 
95-003996 
95-004002 
95-004014 
95-004031 
93-004037 
1IS1 

95-004005 
Illegal Harvest 

95-0039BB 

Indian Lands Management 
95-003904 
Indian Treaty Rights 

95-003984 
Ins t ream Flov 
95-002949 
95-003734 
95-003779 
95-003985 
95-004036 
95-004049 
Iftteragancy Cooperation 

95-003996 

Large Organic Debris 
95-003672 
95-004023 
95-004041 
95-004044 

Laws/Law Enforcemant 
95-004004 
95-00402B 
Liming 
95-003564 
Limnology 
95-003974 



1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



, CONTINUED.. 

Hanagemeiil/Rese;irLh--Riverq ami Streams 
Unnroloey 

95-004032 
Han groves 

95-004012 

Hlcrohabitat 

95-002753 

9i-002765 

95-OD30B4 

95-003225 

95-003999 

95-00 (.039 
Mitigation 

95-003791 

95-004032 

95-004354 
Modeling 

95-OOJ135 

95-003904 

95-QOJ908 

55-003965 
Multiple Use 

95-003821 

95-004040 
national Parks 

951-003821 
Nursciy Ateai 

95-003985 

95-004039 

Nutrient Control 

95-003490 
Nutrients 

95-004032 
Ocnamental Fiali Trade 

95-003179 
Perspectives 

95-003749 
Planning 

95-004014 

95-004033 
Pollution 

95-003046 

95-003192 

95-003453 

35-003455 

95-003458 

95-003460 

95-003463 

05-003464 

9S-OOJ466 

95 -003467 

95-003475 

95-003480 

95-003489 

95-003490 

95-003492 

95-003564 

95-003779 

95-003705 

95-003949 

95-004021 

95-004037 

95-004040 

95-004043 
Pollution Abatement 

95-003469 
Population Studies 

95-002848 

05-002871 

95-002910 

95-003201 

95-003463 

95-003614 

95-003750 

95-003765 

95-003767 



. , CGHTimiLD... 

HanagumcnL/Rf>search--Hlvei-s and Streams 
Population Studies, 

95-003989 

95-003998 

95-004003 

95-004004 

95-004007 

95-004009 

95-004048 

95-004207 
Prc-InipouiidrnGnt Studies 

95-004010 
PrcdHtor/Prey Relationships 



Primary ProdutAlon 

95-004032 
Production 

95-002904 

95-003949 
Put- and -Take 

95-003H43 
Recreational Benefits 

95-003654 

95-00365B 

95-Q&3821 

95-01)3991 

93-003995 

95-004028 
Recruitment 

95-002894 

95-002895 

95-002904 

95-002910 

95-002949 

95-004008 
Regulationa/Fiahing Gear 

95-003607 
Regulations /General 

95-003997 
Regulations/Limited Lntry 

95-003989 
Reservoir He Lease Effects 

95-004078 
Restoration of Anadtomcjus Runs 



95-002949 

95-003852 

95-003996 

95-004014 

95-004030 

95-004037 
Riparian Habitat 

95-003490 

95-003749 

95-0039B5 

95-003986 

95-003989 

95-004012 

95-004018 

93-004026 

95-004035 

93-004042 
Biver Continuum Concept 

95-002846 

95-003672 

95-003985 
Social Values 

95-00365(1 

95-003816 

95-003989 



FR 40(2) 



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1995 



SUtlJLCT INDEX 



.. CONTINUED. . . 

Management/Rcseat-clL-Riveis and streams, 
Social Values 

95-003991 

95-00403) 
Spawning Channels 

95-004022 
Spawning Grounds Evaluations 

95-003753 
95-002872 
95-004046 
Spawning Habitat Restoration 



0.1-004022 
Species Diversity 
95-002894 
95-003144 
55-003192 
95-003195 
95-003444 
95-003705 



95-003781 
95-003785 
95-003791 
95-003949 
95-003974 
95-003967 
95-004009 
95-00',OJl 
95-004013 
95-OOf.oao 
95-004 0?7 
95- 00403 r 
95-004043 
95-OQW4 
Sportflshing 
95-003273 
95-00365'. 
95-003728 
93-003006 
95-003857 
95-003995 
95-004038 
95-001031 
95-OQfi040 
95-OQf|030 
Statistical Methods 

95-003839 

Stock Assessment 

95-002894 

95-002895 

95-003152 

95-003164 

95-00346& 

95-003774 

95-003781 

95-003998 

95-003999 

95-004001 

95-004002 

95-004004 

95-004025 

95-004027 

95-004029 

95-00403(4 

95-004047 

95-004040 

Stocking/ Introductions 
95-003141 
95-003197 
95-003239 
95-003264 
95-003651 



- . CONTINUED. . . 
Manaaement/Research-IUv 

Stocking/ introduction 
95-003658 
95-003726 
95-003839 
95-003841 
95-003843 
95-003849 
95-003852 
95-003857 
95-003988 
95-003995 
95-003999 
95-004006 
95-004008 
95-004016 
95-004024 
95-004048 
95-004050 

Stream Classification 
95-003201 
95-003904 
bubsistence Fishing 

95-003989 

Supplemental Stockinc 
95-00/1016 
Tailwaters 
95-003995 
95-004013 
95-004019 
95-004022 
95-004078 

Trophic Relationships 
93-003014 
95-0034.44 
95-003983 
93-003993 
Trophy Fi she ties 

93-003807 
Tropics 
95-004.034 
93-004043 

Trout Stream Management 
95-003654 
95-003728 
95-003793 
95-003988 
95-003995 
93-004050 
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Sc 



95-004050 
U.S. Forest Service 

95-004017 
Volunteer Programs 

95-003228 
Water Level Fluctuationi 

95-003992 
Water Quality 
95-003193 
95-003453 
95-003455 
95-003460 
95-003467 
95-003469 
95-003475 
95-003490 
93-003492 
95-003364 
95-003584 
95-003791 
95-003974 
95-004000 
95-004.013 



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1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



. .CONTINUED... 

Management/ Research- -Rivers and Streams 

Water quality 

95-004(119 

95-004021 

95-004025 

95-004029 

95-004040 

95-004047 

95-00<t07B 
Watershed Management 



95-004035 
Wetlands 
95-003455 
95-OQ3464 
95-003467 
95-003492 
95-003769 
95-004000 
95-004021 

Wild Trout Management 
95-002890 
95-003247 
95-003654 
95-003728 
95-003995 
95-00 402'< 
95-004048 
95-004050 
Year cUsi Strength 

95-002895 
Yield 
95-002894 
95-003703 
95-003989 
Modeling 

Acouatlcal Methods 
95-003806 
95-004304 
95-004316 
95-004319 
Age/ Growth 
95-00310C 
95-003110 
95-003115 
95-003135 
95-003805 

Age/Length Composition 
95-003885 
Behavior 
95-003037 
95-003891 
lilomnsa 

95-003890 
By catch 

95-004231 
Cntch Curves 

95-003897 

Ca tcli- Age Analysis 
95-003885 
95-003897 
Climate 

95-003792 

Coloration 

93-002682 

Commercial Fishing 
95-003907 
95-004194 
Competition 
95-003892 
95-003904 
Computer Applications 

95-003905 

Culture /Propagation 
95-002206 
-Q02219 



. . .CONTINUED. , 
Modi! ling 

Ciiltuie/1'iopais.at.ion 

95-002239 
Distribution/ Factors of 

95-0029B2 
Economics 
95-002206 
95-003798 
95-003QOO 
95-003823 
95-003872 
95 -00'. 194 
Evolution 

95-002682 
Fecundity 

95-003885 

FisIiernian/AnBlfr Surveys 
95-003907 
Foods /Feeding 
95-002362 
95-003899 
Genetic 1 ! 

95-002682 
CIS 

95-003453 
Habitat Altetntiona 

95-003798 
Habitat Selection 
95-OU2705 
95-003904 
95-003908 
Harvest 

95-003901 
Instream Flow 

95-003985 

Interspecies Relationships 
95-003241 
95-003256 
95-003900 
Intraspeciua Relationships 

95-003891 

Larval Drift 

95-003136 

95-0038G8 

Length Frequencies 

95-003113 

Life History/Oenctal 
95-002682 
93-003885 
Limnology 
95-003884 
95-003894 
95-003905 
Hicrohabitat 

95-002765 

Migration 

95-002933 

Morphology 

95-002362 

95-002682 

95-003687 

Horphometry 

95-003409 
Mortality Rates 

95-003885 
Nutrient Cycling 

93-003905 
Oceanography 

95-002333 

Pnrasitea /Diseases 
95-003037 
95-003693 
95-003900 
Phytoplankton 

95-003905 
Pollution 
95-003453 



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SUBJtCT INDEX 



. CONTINUED... 
Ha del ing 
Pollution 
95-00 J455 
D5-OD.J906 

Population Studios 
95-002840 
95-002805 
95-003895 
95-005901 
95-003903 
95-003504 
95-00395& 
95-004060 
95-004231 
95-004324 
Predatoi /Prey, Relationships 

95-002682 
Primary Production 

95-0038S4 
Production 
95-003B72 
95-003907 
95-004096 

Public Health Problem g 
95 -003 79 8 
93-003800 
95-003323 
95-003836 

Recreational Benefits 
95-003607 
Recruitment 

95-003890 
Reproduction 
95-OQ26B2 

River Continuum Concept 
95-003985 
Sampling 
95-003884 
95-003865 
95-003907 

Schooling Behavior 
95-OQ3B69 
95-003891 
Species Diversity 
95-003003 
Stock Assessment 
95-004316 

Stocking/ Introductions 

95-004060 
Survival 

93- 0039 D6 
Swirrmlna Performance 



Time Series Analysis 
93-003106 
95-003256 
95-003487 
95-003B90 
Toxicology 
95-003350 
95-003553 
95-003384 

Trophic Relationships 
93-003003 
95-003037 
95-003010 
95-00388(1 
95-003896 
93-003905 
95-004175 
Variation Studies 
95-OQ26B2 
Water Quality 
95-00388'. 
Horpho logy 
Abnormalities 
95-002380 



CONTINUED 
Morphology 

Acoustico-LaUrnll* 

95-002340 

Age/Gromh 

95-002198 

<J5-0024l)3 

95-002^09 

95-003103 

95-003127 

95-003130 

Age/sex Relati 



95-002361 
95-002398 
95-002409 
95-00299S 
95-003127 
Alarm Substances 

95-002610 
Car [.els 

95-0(12005 
Body form 
95-002346 
95 - 0023 d 7 
95-OQ2364 
( J5-002'i05 
35-002408 
95-002409 
95-OU26C.2 
95-002881 
95-003212 
Brain 
95-002356 
95-002418 
95-002482 
95-002555 

Cardlovaiculai Syil 
95-002392 
95-002644 
Cliomo recent ion 

95-002340 
Coloration 
93-002385 
93-002682 
M-002715 
95-002800 
Cytology 
95-002950 
95-002386 
95-002618 
95-003353 
95-003591 
Digestive System 
95-0023B7 
95-002395 
95-002550 
Early Development 
95-002341 
95-002353 
95-002361 
95-00237? 
9S-00239!) 
95-002478 
95-002522 
95-002550 
95-00280'i 
95-002836 
95-003127 

EBBS 

95-002353 
95-002366 
95-002371 
95-002372 
95-002406 
93-002530 
95-002550 



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.CONTINUED. . . 



95-001286 
Electric Organ's 

95-002825 
Fmbryology 
95-002353 
95-002358 
95-002370' 
95-002371 
95-002372 
95-002375 
95-002396 
9-5-002^06 
95-002 4 7B 
95-002482 
95-002522 
95-002550 
95-002607 
95-002B29 
05-01)2936 
9S-0038B7 
Endocrinology 
95 -002'. 10 
95- 0024 B2 
Epidermis 
95-002362 
95-002386 
95-OQ261B 
95-002937 
95-003315 
Evolution 
95 -002 3 'iO 
95-002 3 45 
95-002356 
95-002369 
95-002370 
95-002371 
95-002J97 
95-002403 

95-00240S 

95-002482 
95-002668 



95-002955 
95-003706 
lyes 

95-002350 
95-002407 
93-002515 
fins 



95-002345 



95-OOZ35B 
95-002379 
95-002382 
95-002397 
95-002'i0.1 



95-002881 
Foods/ 
95-002362 
95-00236'i 
95-OOZ386 
95-002393 
95-002(100 
95-002769 
95-002776 
95-002953 
95-002998 
95-003060 

General 
95-002347 
95-003176 

Gilla 
95-002355 



..CONTINUED.. . 
Moiphology 
Gilla 
95-002526 
95-003357 
95-003591 
Gonada 
95-002352 
9S-0023G7 
95-002376 
95-002545 
95-0029*.0 
Hatchery/Wild Populations 

95-OD3103 
Heart 
9-5-002351 
95-002392 
95-002644 
llematology 
95-002378 
Histology 
95-002336 
95-002381 
95-002386 
95-002394 
95-002526 
95-002618 
95-003347 
95-003353 
95-003363 
95-003428 
Hybridisation 
95-002391 
95-003275 
Hypothalamic-Hypophysial System 

95-002410 
95-0024B2 
Innune Response 
95-002378 

95-002388 

Integument 

95-002340 

95-002498 

95-003887 

Jaws 

95-002362 
95-002364 
95-002370 
95-002393 
95-002400 
95-002769 
95-003060 
Kidneys 
95-002429 
95-003539 
Larvae 

95-00237*. 

Larval Identification 
95-002342 
95-002377 
95-003257 

Lateral Line System 
95-002340 
95-002396 

Length-Weight Relationships 
95-OQ23&9 
Lesions 
95-002388 
95-003300 
Liver 
95-002368 
95-002394 
95-002591 
95-002614 
95-003387 
95-003539 



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1995 



SUBJECT IHDEX 



,. CONTINUED. .- 
Morphology 
LymptlOLytes 

95-002370 
MatiuatLcm 
93-002245 
Melatiopliore-i 
95-00249fl 
Meristic Studies 
95-002343 
95-002349 
93-002373 
( )S-OQ23fl'. 
93-002390 
95-002391 
93-002738 
93-002845 
93-002862 
93-002660 
93-003127 
93-003Z57 
93-003270 
93-00327'. 
95-003275 
Metamorphosis 

95-002402 
Mimicry 
95-003268 
HorttjlJng 
95-002362 
95-002062 
95-003867 
Mocphometry 
95-002342 
95- 0023 'j3 
9b-002353 
93-002374 
96-00238/1 
93-002389 
9S-002390 
9^-002391 
95-002402 
95-002fh09 
95-002667 
9S-002G96 
93-002851 
93-002858 
93-002878 
93-003159 
93-003211 
93-003261 
93-003270 
93-00327'> 
93-003276 
95-OQ33H3 
93-003871 
95-004288 
95-004309 
95-004315 
Mucous Celts 

95-002618 
Musculature 
95-002351 
95-002362 
95-002369 
93-002393 
9S-002HOO 
95-002404 
93-002501 
93-002520 
95- 002644 
95-003060 
Neoplasms 
95-003300 
Nervous System 
93-002350 
93-002355 



.. .C.ONTINUFD. , 
ffotphology 

Nervous System 
95-OQ2J75 
95-002399 
95-002401 
Olf action 

95-002402 
Osrao regulation 

95-002429 
Osteology 
95-002340 
95-002 J 41 
95-002359 
95-0023B1 
95-0023BB 
95-002397 
95-002399 
95-002607 
95-002667 
95-OQ26GB 
95-003259 
Otollths 
95-0023dB 
95-002363 
95-002377 
95-0023BO 
95-002403 
95-002634 
95-00311'. 
95-003130 
95-004207 
Paleontology 
95-002348 
95-003259 
Pharyngeal Teeth 
95-002362 
95-002998 
Photo reception 

95-002407 
P laments 
95-002505 
95-002937 
95-003257 
Pituitary Gland 
95-002410 
95-002482 
Reproduction 

95-002371 
Reproductive System 

95-002376 
Scales 
95-0031JO 
Senso Organs 
95-002403 
95-002556 
Sexual Dlmorpliism 
95-002302 
95-004288 
Speciation 
95-003706 

Specie Identification 
95-002738 
95-003273 
95-003276 
Sperm 
95-002360 
95-002619 
Spines 
95-003107 
Spleen 
95-002357 
95-002368 

Stock Identification 
95-002384 
Swlmb ladder 
95-004309 



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296 



19 3J 



SUBJECT INDEX 



,, .CONTINUED.- 
Morphology 

Swiianins Performance 
95-002346 
95-002347 
95-00235'. 
93-002365 
95-002369 
95-002379 
55-002401 
95-002404 
95 -002405 
95-002501 
95-002642 
95-002BB1 
Taxonomy 
95-002342 
95-002343 
95-002349 
95-006318 
Techniques/Fin Hays 

95-OQ2373 
Techniques /Gills 

95-002373 
Techniques /Neivous system 

95-002399 
T-schniqiies/OstGology 

95-002399 
Techniques /Tissue Staining 

95-0&2399 



95-002301 
Urinary Dladder 

Q5-G02542 

Vaiiation Studies 

95-002344 

05-002359 

95-002382 

95-002363 

95-002385 

95-002390 

95-002391 

95-00239Q 

95-002408 

95-002682 

95-002693 

95-002696 

95-002713 

95-002845 

95-002058 

95-002066 

95-002937 

95-003103 

95-003130 

Vertelnal Counts 

95-002384 

Vision 

93-002350 

95-002407 

95-002955 

Natural History 

Abundance/Faclots of 
95-002843 
95-D02BS2 
95-002871 
95-002BB4 
95-002886 
95-002890 
95-002891 
93-002898 
95-002903 
95-002989 
95-003010 
95-003136 
95-003162 
93-003165 
95-003167 



. . CONTINUED. . 
Naturai History 

Abundance/Factors of 
95-003160 
95-003L89 
95-U03206 
95-003222 
95-003223 
05-003225 
95-003228 
95-003231 
95-003.233 
95-003234 
95-003264 
95-0-03246 
95-003247 
95-003252 
95-003253 
95-003677 
95-003906 
95-003941 
95-004081 
93-004172 
95-004289 

Abundance /Seasonal 
95-002855 
95-004097 
Activity Patterns 
95-002905 
95-002954 
95-002957 
95-002964 
95-002969 
95-002975 
Ago/ Growth 
95-0023SO 
95-002391 
95-002401 
95-002466 
95-002830 
95-002831 
95-00'J635 
95-002838 
95-002B'iO 
95-OQ28IU 
95-002843 
95-0028d4 
95-002853 
95-002855 
95-002853 
95-002860 
95-002863 
95-002864 
95-002865 
95-002866 
95-002871 
95-002S73 
95-002874 
95-002380 
95-002882 
95 -002883 
95-002893 
95-002914 
95-002939 
95-002950 
95-002951 
95-002981 
95-002991 
95-00299'i 
95-002997 
95-003022 
95-003029 
95-003049 
95-003073 
95-003078 
95-003080 
95-003093 



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1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



.. CONTINUED,,. 
Natural History 
Age/ Grow tli 
95-003102 
95-00310'i 
95-003107 
95-003108 
95-003309 
95-003110 
95-003111 
95-003112 
95-003133 
95-01)3115 
95-O03117 
95-003119 
95-003129 
95-003121 
95-003122 
05-003124 
95-003126 
95-003128 
95-003X29 
P5-003J30 
95-003131 
95-003132 
95-003133 
95-003135 
95-0033(2 
95-003230 
P5-00333P 
95 -003 2 1,2 
95-003243 
95-003246 
95-003444 
95-003463 
95-003548 
95-003B31 
95-003934 
95.- 003523 
95-004004 
95-004051 
95-004108 
95-004112 
95-004114 

Age/Length Composition 
95-002875 
95-002877 
95-002B92 
95-003107 
95-003110 
95-003085 
95-003928 
95-004143 

Age/Sex Relationships 
95-002214 
95-002352 
95-002389 
95-OQ2B24 
95-002927 
95-002830 
95-002838 
95-002844 
95-002847 
95-OD2S48 
95-002853 
95-002S54 
95-002B55 
95-002B65 
95-002873 
95-002B74 
95-002877 
95-002897 
95-002907 
95-002908 
95-002912 
95-002924 
95-Q02.925 



.. CONTINUED. 
Natural Hiaun 
Ago/Sex RPhi 
95-002927 
95-002928 
95-002935 
95-002943 
95-002958 
95-002970 
95-002983 
95-002984 
95-002988 
95-002991 
95-002995 
95-002998 
95-003018 
95-003024 
95-003026 
95-003029 
95-003031 
95-003045 
95-003049 
95-003072 
95-003073 
95-003083 
95-003092 
95-00309't 
95-003116 
95-003118 
95-003121 
95-003124 
95-003126 
95-003139 
95-001183 
95-OOJ184 
95-OQJ204 
95-003205 
95-003222 
95-003235 
95-00323fi 
95-003237 
95-0032S3 
95-003297 
95-003388 
95-003392 
95-003416 
95-003558 
95-003758 
95-003868 
95-003881 
95-003910 
95-004.005 
95-004041 
95-004124. 
95-004211 
95-004229 
Biocnergct.ica 
95-002787 
95-002811 
95-002840 
93-003023 
95-003069 
93-003963 
Dianas'! 
95-002856 
95-00288S 
Uird Hrcdation 
95-002775 
95-002880 
95-002909 
93-002990 
95-003001 
9S- 003004 
95-003015 
93-003017 
95-003033 
93-00303? 



FR 



298 



199' 



SUBJECT INDEX 



,,. CONTINUED... 
Natural History 
Bird Predation 
95-003048 
95-001053 
95-003054 
95-003055 
95-003066 
95-003068 
95-003077 
95-003097 
95-003098 
95-003513 
95-003592 
95-003867 
95-00'. 2D1 
Cannibalism 
95-002969 
95-002991 
95-003005 
95-003246 
95-004201 
Cliemoreception 

95-003-026 
Coexistence 
95-002832 
95-002864 
95-002911 
Colonisation 
95-002781 
95-0029BO 
95-003725 
95-003746 
95-003751 
95-003758 
95-003775 
M-OOJ972 
95-004Q'i 1 
95-004102 
95-004110 
95-004119 
95-004123 
95-004136 
95-004170 
95-004187 
95-004189 
95-004197 
95-004205 
95-004211 
95-004236 
95-004241 
Coloration 
95-002800 
93-003174 
Conmensalism 
95-002808 
Competition 
95-002790 
95-002798 
95-002801 
95-002842 
95-002870 
95-002890 
95-002911 
95-002965 
95-002983 
95-003010 
95-003050 
95-003081 
95-003117 
95-003145 
95-003152 
55-003224 
95-003232 
95-003241 
95-003725 
95-003845 



. CONTINUED.. . 
Natural History 
Competition 
95-003847 
95-003892 
95-003904 
95-00398H 
Condition Factors 
95-002446 
95-002733 
95-002789 
95-002030 
95-002843 
95-002858 
95-002860 
95-003010 
95-003073 
95-003080 
95-003080 
95-003131 
95-003222 
95-003230 
95-003242 
95-003558 



Diadromy 
95-002635 
95-002903 
Dispersal 
95-002869 
95-003184 

Distribution /Factors of 
95-00233B 
95-002457 
95-00283.4 
95-002842 
95-002846 
95-002852 
95-002911 
95-002928 
95-002966 
95-002973 
95-002978 
95-0029B2 
95-002983 
95-Q030&3 
95-003136 
95-003145 
95-0031'. 7 
95-003149 
95-003150 
95-003152 

95-003162 

95-003163 

95-003164 

95-003165 

95-003166 

95-0-03168 

95-003171 

95-003173 

95-003180 

95-0031B2 

95-003184 

95-003185 

95-0031SB 

95-003189 

95-003190 

95-003193 

95-003195 

95-003203 

95-003204 

95-003205 

95-003206 

95-003211 

95-003212 
95-003213 
95-003216 



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1995 



SURJFCT INDEX 



. . -CGNTIHULD. . . 
Natur.il History 

1)1 str.l5)iitii)ii/Fac Lois of 

95-003220 

95-003223 

93-003225 

95-003235 

95-003 aw 

95-Q03&77 
95-Q0369G 
95-003928 
y5-0 04015 
53-004172 
95-004181 
95-004182 
95-004190 

nisLLihution/Gcographical 
95-002307 
95-002457 
95-002840' 
95-002851 
95-002B62 
95-002666 

95-002868 

95-002878 
95-002923 
95-002971 
95-001016 
95-003094 
95-G0313S 
95-003119 
93-003140 
95 - 0031 4 4 
95-003148 
95-003H9 
95-003151 
95-003113 
95-003134 
95-003155 
95-003159 
95-003160 

95-003 164 

95-003172 

95-003174 

95-003177 

95-003178 

95-003-194 

95-003190 

95-003199 

95-003200 

95-003207 

95-003210 

95-003214 

95-003217 

95-003218 

95-003264 

93-003265 

95-003273 

95-003276 

95-&03669 

95-003841 

95-003843 

95-OOU24 

95-004164 

95-004101 

95-004182 
Dls t ribut Ion / Seasona 1 

95-002933 

95-002941 

95-002952 

95-003031 

95-003202 

95-003210 

95-003220 

95-004155 

95-004181 

95-004190 



. .CONTINUED 
Natural History 

Distribution/ Vertical 
95-00251B 
95-002019 
95-002823 
95-002854 
95-002855 
95-002941 
95-002953 
95-002961 
95-002965 
95-002972 
95-002979 
95-003203 
95-003218 
95-004307 
Early Development 
95-002338 
95-002372 
95-002374 
95-002380 
95-002384 
95-002403 
95-002518 
95-002550 
95-002805 
95-002828 
95-002836 
95-002839 
95-002855 
95-002856 
95-002869 
95-002923 
95-002961 
95-002973 
95-002978 
95-003013 
95-003020 
95-003028 
95-003065 
95-003078 

95-003088 

95-003090 

95-003092 

95-003096 

95-003104 

95-003128 

95-003129 

95-003133 

95-003139 

95-003149 

95-0031fi5 

95-003166 

95-003180 

95-003213 

95-003223 

95-003245 

95-003257 

95-003372 

95-003899 

95-004097 

95-004098 

95-004287 
Egg Drift 

95-003182 

95-003888 
Egg Predation 

95-003074 
Egg quality 

95-002948 
Egg Size 

95-002918 

95-004112 
Egg Survival 

95-003245 
Eigs 

95-002372 



FR 40(2) 



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SUliJECT INDEX 



,. . CONTINUED . - 
Natural History 

FSES 

95-002532 
95-002530 
95-OQ2S56 
95-0029'tB 
95-003162 
95-003166 
95-003173 
Erobiyology 
95-002371 
95-002372 
95-002550 
95-002605- 
95-002826 
95-D02B29 
95-002036 
Evolution 
95-002J49 
95-002682 
95-002723 
95-002730 
95-002733 
95-002740 
95-002800 
95-002825 
95-002826 
95-002B29 
95-002070 
95-002955 
95-003076 
95-003226 
95-003406 
95-003417 
95-Q03B23 
95-003896 
Extinction 
95-003178 
95-003670 
95-QOA338 
Fecundity 
9*5-002832 
95-002835 
95-002954 
95-002836 
95-002B60 
95-002804 
95-002908 
95-002012 
95-002913 
95-002915 
95-002917 
95 -0029 IB 
95-002919 
95-002925 
95-0029'26 
95-002936 
95-002940 
95-002946 
95-002917 
95-002949 
95-002950 
95-004112 
Fertilization 
95-002260 
95-002932 
Foods/Feeding 
95-002168 
95-002336 
95-002337 
93-002338 
95-002364 
93-002393 
95-002400 
95-002*103 
95-002436 



, CONTINUED., . 
Natural History 
Foods /Feeding 
95-002650 
95-002759 
95-002770 
95-002790 
95-002801 
95-002810 
95-002823 
95-002828 
95-002834 
95-002838 
95-002839 
95-002BU 
95-002843 
95-002846 
95-0029'i7 
95-002B52 
95-002B57 
95-002861 
05-002863 
95-002064 
95-002B67 
95-002B74 
95-002076 
95-002883 
95-002B87 
95-002B90 
95-002893 
95-002B98 
95-002955 
95-002957 
95-002962 
95-002969 
95-002978 
95-002987 
95-002988 
95-002989 
95-002991 
95-002992 
95-002993 
95-002994 
95-002995 
95-002997 
95-002998 
95-002999 
95-003002 
95-003005 
95-003006 
95-00300D 
95-003000 
95-003010 
95-003011 
95-003012 
95-003013 
95-00301* 
95-003016 
95-00301B 
95-003020 
95-003022 
95-003025 
95-003026 
95-003029 
95-003030 
95-003031 
95-003034 
95-003035 
95-003036 
95-003039 
95-003040 
95-003041 
95-003043 
95-003044 
95-003045 
95-003046 
93-003049 



FR 40(2) 



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1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



, .CONTIHULD. ,. 
Natural His Lory 
Foods /Feeding 
95-003050 
95-003057 
95-003058 
95-003059 
95-003060 
95-003061 
95-003062 
95-003063 
95-003064 
95-003065 
95-003066 
95-003067 
95-003070 
95 -00307 1 
95-003072 
95-003073 
55-003076 
95-0030 78 
9S-Q030GO 
93-003081 
95-OD3DB2 
95-003083 
9.5-003084 
95-003085 
95-0030BG 
95-003037 
95-0031)88 
95-003089 
95-003090 
95-003091 
95-003092 
95-003093 
95-00309(1 
95-003095 
95-003090 
95-003098 
95-003099 
95-003101 
9-5-003110 
95-003117 
95-003140 
95-003190 
95-003205 
93-001224 
95-003226 
95-003261 
95-003273 
95-003395 
95-003445 
95-003502 
95-003572 
95-003673 
95-003817 
9S-003S51 
95-003896 
95-003899 
95-00391S 
95-003920- 
95-003936 
95-003960 
95-003963 
95-003968 
95-003971 
95-003975 
95-003983. 
95-0039B8 
95-004101 
95-0041*8 
95-001172 
95-004208 
95-0042B7 
95-004300 
General 
95-002347 



.- .CONTINUED... 
Natural History 
Gonobomatic Index 
95-002897 
95-002921 
95-003126 
Habitat Selection 
95-002733 
95-002781 
95-002805 
95-002042 
95-002H50 
95-002857 
95-00?B67 
95-002B74 
95-002093 
95-002917 
95-002346 
95-002952 
95-002954 
95-002959 
95-002961 
95-002968 
95-002969 
95-002970 
95-002971 
95-002974 
95-002984 
95-003044 
95-003084 
95-003109 
95-003145 
95-003147 
95-003151 
95-003153 
95-003179 
95-003183 
95-003190 
95-OOJ191 
95-003209 
95-003225 
93-003263 
95-003264 
95-003Z73 
9-5-003775 
95-003904 
95-003908 
95-003918 
93-003971 
95-003992 
95-003999 
95-004005 
95-004008 
95-004039 
95-004044 
95-004051 
95-004113 
95-004114 
95-004115 
95-004119 
95-004123 
95-004147 
95-004174 
93-004180 
95-004198 
95-004208 

Hatchery /Wild Populations 
95-002946 
95-003030 
Hatching 
95-002532 
95-002918 
Herrnaphroditigm 
95-00? 700 
95-002927 
History 
95-003151 



KR 40(2) 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



. ..CONTINUED. . . 
Natural History 
History 

95-003215 
Hybridization 
95-002603 
95-002735 
95-OQ323L 
95-003275 
Ichthyoplankt-an 
95-003076 
95-003173 
95-003211 
95-003213 
95- 00 'i 09 8 

Inter species Relationships 
95-002209 
95-002336 
95-002337 
95-003406 
95-002770 
95-002798 
95-002801 
95 "0 028'. 2 
95-002846 
95-002B50 
95 -00285 9 
95-002S61 
95-002930 
95-002997 
95-003035 
95-003040 
95-003048 
95-003050 
93-003052 
93-003057 
95-003061 
95-003062 
95-001076 
93-001091 
95-003098 
95-003100 
95-003110 
05-003195 
95-003235 
95-003241 
95-003256 
95-003400 
93-003417 
95-003420 
95-003445 
95-003732 
95-003793 
95-003823 
93-003847 
95-003893 
95-003900 
95-003918 
95-003327 
93-003957 
95-003999 
95-004236 
95-004306 

Intrnspecies Relationships 
95-002408 
95-002767 
95-002790 
95-002600 
95-002647 
95-002677 
95-002941 
95-002947 
95-002-983 
95-0030B1 
95-004053 

Invertebrate Predation 
95-003026 



. .CONTINUED.. 
Natural History 

Invertebrate Predation 

95-003066 

95-003074 

Larval Behavior 

95-002S&9 

95-D03115 

95-003149 

Larval Drift 

95-002329 

95-002761 

95-002805 

95-002828 

95-002B69 

95-002961 

95-002962 

95-002980 

95-003136 

95-003180 

95-003182 

95-003184 

95-003203 

95-003252 

95-003808 

95-003979 

95-004039 

95-004046 

95-004126 

95-004141 

95-004229 

95-004241 

Length Frequencies 
95-002863 
95-003113 
95-00312a 
95-003743 
95-003868 
95-003871 
95-003873 
95-004181 
95-00423B 

Length-Height Relationships 
95-002389 
95-002391 
95-002824 
95-002863 
95-00?87'i 
95-003112 
95-003123 
95-003125 
95-004106 
95-004173 

Life History /General 
95-002225 
95-002307 
95-002682 
95-002B31 
95-002835 
95-002856 
95-002858 
95-002860 
95-002661 
95-002872 
95-003111 
95-003151 
95-003176 
95-003209 
95-003214 
95-003215 
95-003229 
95-003238 
95-003263 
95-0037fiO 
95-004172 
95-004181 
Haimal Predation 
95-002661 



FR 40(2) 



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1995 



SUtlJFCT INDEX 



, .CQNTINUFD... 
Natural History 
Mammal Predatlon 

95-QQ29B5 

95-002990 

95-003021 

95-003023 

95-003032 

95-0030^2 

95-003056 

95-003066 

95-003075 

95-003 LOO 

95-003396 

95-0039BB 

95-004201 

95-004216 
Maturation 

95-002391 

95-002924 

95-002830 

95-002935 

95-002844 

95-002855 

95-002850 

95-002860 

95-002873 

95-002077 

95-00288't 

95-002897 

95-002912 

95-002914 

95-002917 

95-002918 

95-002919 

95-002935 

95-002936 

95-002939 

95-002941 

95-003121 

95-003131 

95-003463 

95-003B68 

95-004112 
Metamorphosis 

95-004287 
Jlicroliabitat 

95-002B01 
Migration 

95-002611 

95-002623 

95-002766 

95-0027BO 

95-002041 

95-Q02B94 

95-002906 

93-002910 

95-002958 

95-002963 

95-002966 

95-002967 

95-002977 

95-003030 

95-003087 

95-003115 

95-003131 

95-003236 

95-003881 

95-004032 

95-004071 
Modeling 

95-003115 

95-003B96 

95-003963 
Mortality Factors 

95-002840 

95-OOZB41 



. ..CONTINUED.,. 
Natural History 
Mentality Factors 

95-002880 

95-002904 

95-00300', 

95-003011 

95-003230 

95-003237 

95-003239 

95-003242 

95-003251 

95-003254 

95-003357 

95-004173 
Mortality Rates 

95-002819 

95-002832 

95-002835 

95-002841 

95-002884 

95-002908 

95-002914 

95-003011 

95-003074 

95-003107 

95-003173 

95-003236 

95-003239 

95-003251 

95-004004 

95-004108 

95-004209 
Movements 

95-002823 

95-002837 

95-002857 

95-002B74 

95-002911 

95-002921 

95-002933 

95-002941 

95-002953 

95-002964 

95-002969 

95-002972 

95-002973 

95-002975 

95-002977 

95-002979 

95-0029B1 

95-002982 

95-002999 

95-003035 

95-003036 

95-003109 

95-003149 

95-003180 

95-003205 

95-003501 

95-003795 

95-003827 

95-003832 

95-003852 

95-004167 
Museum Collections 

95-003701 
Heats/Nesting 

95-002930 

95-002931 
Niche Overlaps 

95-002823 

95-002850 

95-002867 

95-002965 

95-003081 

95-003098 



FR 



304 



19H 



SDBIECT INDEX 



. CONTINUED. . 
tlntiunl History 
Niche Overlaps 

95-003167 

95-003892 
Orientation /Homing 

05-00293'. 

95-002967 
Overwintering 

95-002819 

95-003125 

95-003827 

95-003992 

95-003998 

95-004015 
Paleontology 

95-002148 

95-002349 

95-00315'. 

95-003158 

95-D03.20B 

95-OOiZ59 

95-003265 

Q5-00296S 
95-00-3037 
95-003076 
95-003289 
95-003392 



95 -00389 3 
91-003900 

Pari-Smolt Transformation 
95-002780 
95-002841 
95-002935 
95-003011 
95-003041 
55-003 122 
95-003205 
Population Studies 
95-002827 
93-002831 
95-00283/1 
93-002840 
95-002813 
95-002848 
95-002853 
95-002856 
95-QQ2B71 
95-002075 
95-002885 
95-002886 
95-002887 
95-002889 
1)5-002890 
95-002892 
95-002 Q96 
95-002898 
95-002B99 
95-002902 
95-00290'i 
95-002905 
95-002906 
95-002911 
95-00202'i 
95-002961 
95-003133 
95-003161 
95-003162 
95-003188 
95-003202 
95-003211 
95-003213 
95-003223 
95-003225 
95-003 247 



..CONTINOED. .. 
Natural Histoiy 
Population Studies 
95-003253 
95-OOJ256 
95-003444 
95-003827 
95-OOJB'd 
95-003904 
95-003937 
95-003997 
95-00399B 
95-004037 
95-004060 
95-004 LOO 
95-004110 
95-004123 
95-004209 
95-004306 

predatot/Prey Relationships 
95-002405 
95-002682 
95-002770 
95-0027B7 
95-002801 
95-002H59 
95-002870 
95-002H03 
95-002974 
95-002904 
95-002992 
95-003000 
95-003008 
95-003024 
95-003026 
95-003038 
95-003047 
95-003066 
95-003067 
95-003069 
95-003070 
95-003097 
95-003168 
95-003224 
95-003237 
95-003239 
95-00324 1 
95-003244 
95-003892 
95-003918 
95-003960 
Production 
95-003202 
95-003751 
95-004102 
95-004147 
95-004187 
95-004236 
Recruitment 
95-002384 
95-002761 
95-002831 
95-002832 
95-002834 
95-002840 
93-002875 
95-002800 
95-002891 
95-002894 
95-002901 
95-002903 
95-002904 
95-OD2907 
95-002915 
95-003020 
95-003136 
95-003152 



FR 40(2) 



305 



1995 



SUBJECT INDEX 



, . .CONTINUED . . 

Natural History 

Recruitment 

95-003232 

95-003242 

95-003244 

95-003251 

95-003BB8 

95-003941 

95-004172 

95-004200 

95-004229 
Reproduction 

95-002391 

95-00256B 

95-002682 

95-002727 

95-002805 

95-002835 

95-002836 

95-002839 

95-00285(1 

95-002859 

95-002860 

95-002864 

95-002865 

95-002884 

95-002907 

95-002912 

95-002915 

95-002917 

95-00291B 

95-002927 

95-002930 

95-002931 

95-002938 

95-002939 

95-002940 

95-002942 

95-002943 

95-002944 

95-002946 

95-002950 

95-002951 

95-003108 

95-003190 

95-003215 

95-003226 

95-003264 

95-003273 

95-003463 

95-00354B 

95-004124 

95-004170 
Reproductive Cycle 

95-002536 

95-002840 

95-002897 

95-002919 

95-002922 

95-002942 

95-002945 

95-002951 

95-003979 
Reptile Predation 

95-002990 

95-003024 

95-003038 

95-003532 
Sex Ratios 

95-002B4H 

95-002921 

95-002944 
Sex Reversal 

95-002352 

95-002941 
Spawning 
95-002260 



. ..CONTINUED, . . 
Natuial History 
Spawning 

95-002545 

95-002559 

95-002HOO 

95-002810 

95-002814 

95-002831 

95-002844 

95-002860 

95-002864 

95-002872 

95-002873 

95-00288'i 

95-002885 

95-002897 

95-002907 

95-002915 

95-002916 

95-00291H 

95-002919 

95-002920 

95-00292L 

95-002922 

95-002923 

95-00292H 

95-002931 

95-002938 

95-002939 

95-002940 

95-002941 

95-002943 

95-002946 

95-002948 

93-002977 

95-003166 

95-003189 

95-003257 

95-003950 

95-003960 

95-003979 

95-003997 

95-004006 

95-004022 

95-004081 

95-004167 
Spawning Migration 

95-002916 

95-002933 

95-002934 

95-002960 

95-003750 

95-003044 

95-003852 
Specie 1 ! Diversity 

95-003003 

95-003144 

95-003161 

95-003253. 

95-00374-6 

95-003758 

95-003775 

95-003971 

95-004119 

95-004187 

95-004229 

95-004236 

95-004289 
Species Identification 

95-003176 
Sperm Release 

95-002932 
Stock Assessment 

95-002844 

95-002853 

95-002923 



FR 40<2) 



306 



SUBJECT INDEX 



.. .COHTINUED. .. 

Natural History 

Stock Assessment 

95-002985 

95-003033 

95-003139 

95-OD3147 

95-003155 

95-003160 

95-003167 

95-003133 

95-003189 

95-003.220 

95-OG3963 

Stunting 

95-003126 
Survival 
95-002B29 



95-002BB4 
95-00291-0 
95-003073 
95-003129 
95-003222 
95-003239 
95-003245 
95-0032^6 
95-003251 
95-003906 
95-003937 



95-004071 
95-QO<.172 

Swlmning Performance 
95-002766 
95-002881 
95-003069 
95-004015 
Taxonomy 
95-002307 
95-003269 
95-003627 
Temperature Selection 

95-00 2.B12 
Thermal Tolerance 
95-C02615 
95-003235 
95-003696 

Trophic Relationships 
95-0012330 
95-002332 
95-002334 
95-002400 
95-002838 
95-002949 
95-002887 
95-002978 
95-003001 
95-003003 
95-003029 
95-003037 
95-0030*.! 
95-0030*3 
95-003048 
95-OQ3Q58 
95-003068 
95-003070 
95-003071 
95-003082 
95-003089 
95-003091 
95-003224 
95-003261 
95-003445 
95-003572 
95-003592 
95-003673 



...CONTINUED .. 
Natural History 

Trophic Relationships 
95-003805 
95-003B5L 
95-003896 
95-003975 
95-003983 
95-004101 
95-004 Ida 
Variation Studies 
95-002391 
95-00240B 
95-002708 
95-002826 
95-002829 
95-002831 
95-002836 
95-0028'.0 
95-002845 
95-00285Q 
95-002866 
95-002882 
95-002912 
95-002916 
95-002917 
95-002925 
95-002946 
95-002983 
95-002994 
95-003010 
95-003111 
95-003117 
95-003122 
95-003173 
95-003229 
95-003237 
95-004006 
Viviparity 
9S-002371 

Year Class Strength 
95-002827 
95-002843 
95-002853 
95-002902 
95-002903 
95-002989 
95-003229 
95-003743 
95-003936 
Zoogeography 
95-002723 
95-002730 
95-00313B 
95-003177 
95-003185 
95-003190 
95-003195 
95-003208 
95-001226 
95-003264 
95-003406 
95-003420 
95-003982 
Zo op lank ton 

95-003089 

Oceanography 

Currents 

95-002329 

95-002960 

95-002966 

95-004184 

95-004222 

95-004246 

Data Bases 

95-004222 

Ice 

95-004182 



FR 40(2) 



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1995 



bUHJECT INDEX 



..CONTINUED.. . 
Oceanography 
(lode Hug 
95-003Q?3 
95-004184 
Nutrient Cycling 

95-002339 
Ocean Fronts 

95-OQ2G52 
Physical 

95-004185 
Phy top lank to n 

95-004246 
Plankton 
95-0023311 
93-002339 
93-002852 
93-0041S6 
93-004222 

Primary Production 
93-002333 
95-004182 
93-0042/i6 
Remote Sensing 



Stratification 

95-003203 
Temperature 

95-002960 
Trophic Relationships 

93-002330 

95-002334 

95-00233B 



95-003079 
95-0041-16 
95-004182 
95-004222 
Hatet Circulation 

95-003103 
Water Quality 

95-Q04146 
Hind 

95-002901 
95-003182 
Zooplankton 
95-002330 
95-002334 
95--Q02839 
95-003079 
95-Q0418Z 

Parasites/Diseases 
Abnormalities, 
95-002287 
95-003037 
95-003290 
95-003444 
95-003471 
Acanttmcephala 
95-003381 
95-003382 
95-003434 
Actinobdclla 
95-003388 
At-tinomycos 
95-003330 
AeromonaB 
95-003341 

Aetomonaa hydropliila 
93-003292 
95-003303 
95-003307 
95-003308 
95-003309 
95-003332 
95-003346 

Aerocixmas salmonicida 
95-003293 



..CONTINUED. . 
Para sites /Diseases 
Aeioinouaa salmoni 
93-003304 
9^-003310 
93-003313 



93-003317 
95-OOJJ20 
9'i-003321 
55-003J27 
05-003^33 
93-003)36 
95-003137 
95-003146 
AgG/Snx Relat-ionsliips 

95-003354 
Anmblasta 

95-003351 
Anesthetics 

95-003290 

Anguillicola crnsftis 
95-002493 
95-003409 
95-003428 
Aniaahig 

95-003297 
AnHielminUdcs 

55-QOJ400 

AntibioLica 

95-003305 

95-003322 

Antibodies 

95-003374 

Antigens 

95-003360 

95-Q03J69 

Antiviral Agents 

95-003373 
ApUanomycea 
93-003347 
95-00 JJ49 
Aqnai iunis 
95-002187 
95-002320 
95-003301 
rtrgtiius Indicus 

95-003413 
Arijulus jcipoiiicus 

95-00341 J 
Aspldogastrea 

95-003440 
Aurantidctinomyitoii 

05-003350 
Bacterial Diseases 
95-002248 
95-002656 
95-003291 
95-003292 
05-003296 
95-003303 
95-003304 
95-003305 
93-003306 
95-003307 
95-003308 
95-003309 
95-003310 
95-003311 
95-003312 
95-003313 
95-003314 
95-003315 
95-003316 
95-003317 
95-003318 
95-003319 



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SUBJECT INDEX 



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Parasites/Diseases 
Bacterial Diseases 
95-003320 
95-003321 
95-003323 
95-003324 
95-003325 
95-003326 
95-003327 
95-003328 
95-003329 
95-003330 

95-003332 

95-003333 

95-003334 

95-003335 



95-003337 
95-003338 
95-003339 
95-003310 
95-003341 
95-003342 
95-003343 
95-00334* 
95-003345 
95-003346 
95-003554 
95-001258 
95-004239 
Bactarlal Flora 
95-003306 

95-003331 
Bacterial Gill Disease 

95-002656 
Bacterial Kidney Disease 

95-003295 

95 -003 32 '> 
Bacterl aides 

95-003597 
Bacteiioplinges 

95-002168 
Biological Indicators 

95-003560 
DirnaviruB 



Dlnck-Spot Disease 

95-OD3435 
Drooklynella 
95-003357 
Caligus 
95-003297 
95-003425 
Callers epidemlcua 

95-003 'ilO 
Ca tar nets 

95-003*150 
Cell Culture 

95-003343 
Cctitroccstus formosami'i 

90-003447 
Ceratothoa gaudichaudii 

95-003297 
Cestodes 

95-003076 

95-003378 

95-003384 

95-003385 

95-003386 

95-003369 

95-003390 

95-003395 

95-003398 

95-003399 

95-003403 

95-003404 



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ParasitesJDisea<ies 
Cestodes 
95-003405 
95-003407 
95-00341'. 
95-003419 
95-003420 
95-003426 
95- 003 '.39 
95 -003d '.9 
95-003900 
Chaetoceios conravlcoruis 

95-003451 
Chactoceros convolutus 

95-003451 
Channel Catfish Reovirus 

95-003365 
Chlorine 

95-002327 
Clliatea 

95-003362 
Clostridium 

95-003318 
Coleps 

95-003361 
Contrncaccum 

95-003380 
Corynosoraa 
95-003297 
Costia necatrix 
95-003288 
Crassiphiala bulboglossa 

95-003423 
Cruoricola 
95-003411 
Ciyptobia salmositica 

95-003316 

Cul tune / P rop afjati on 
93-002192 
95-00219'. 
95-002204 
95-002277 
95-002320 
95-003288 
95-003293 
95-003300 
95-003301 
95-003311 
95-003320 
95-003322 
95-003333 
95-003348 
95-003352 
95-003359 
95-003361 
95-003394 
95-003400 
95-003401 
95-003407 
95-003411 
95-003437 
93-00355'. 
95-003597 
95-004280 
Cytophaga psychrophila 

95-0033(14 

Dactylogyrus 

95-003393 

95-003401 

95-003427 

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